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Eoin Kelly: Hierarchy In Croke Park Should Leave The Game Alone

Noel McGrath Tipperary Wexford

Tipperary great, Eoin Kelly, believes that the governing bodies within the GAA should stop pressurising referees to officiate hurling games more stringently.  Colm Lyons came under fire for his officiating of the Allianz League clash of Wexford and Tipperary with Liam Sheedy telling the media after the game that he felt his side were unfairly judged and deserved more frees …

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It’s Only February But Limerick Proving Ready For Summer Battle

“Only a journalist would think like that”, was John Kiely’s quick-witted response when asked if Limerick were hurling too well for so early in the year.  It must be difficult for Limerick supporters not to get carried away with the current hype surrounding their team. This time last year, no one would have considered them to be All Ireland contenders. Even …

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Lethal Limerick Tame The Cats In Nowlan Park

Limerick 2-18 Kilkenny 0-15 Reporting by Marisa Kennedy in Nowlan Park Limerick recorded their third win in a row with a stunning performance against Kilkenny in Nowlan Park this afternoon. While the game hung in the balance for large portions of the first-half, a blistering period just before the break in which Limerick scored 2-3 without reply, turned the game entirely in their …

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Jamie Clarke: Friendship & Trust Key To Armagh Progression

Despite not having picked up a league win yet, Armagh’s Jamie Clarke, believes that the team is going in the right direction.  Armagh sit seventh in Division Two following draws with Kildare and Clare respectively, followed by a defeat to Meath last week. However, it must be said that the all three of the Orchard County’s games were played away …

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Jackie Tyrrell: I Don’t See Limerick Or Kilkenny In The Top Three

Kilkenny and Limerick face off against one another in Division 1A of the Allianz Hurling League this afternoon, and Jackie Tyrrell has added another layer to the conversation by claiming that neither team are in the top three in the country.  The All Ireland champions have been in impressive form since returning to action in 2019, beating both Wexford and …

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Tomás Ó Sé: They Thought He Was Just This Wild Man From Kerry

tomas paidi o se

This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of the Páidi Ó Sé Gaelic Football Tournament which is held in the West Kerry Gaeltacht in February of each year. The popularity of the tournament reflects that of Ó Sé who remains an icon of the GAA and Ireland whose legacy has continued to grow with each passing year. Comórtas Peile Páidi Ó Sé …

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