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Breaking: Davy Fitzgerald To Remain With The Wexford Hurlers

The Wexford county board have announced today that Davy Fitzgerald will remain at the helm for the 2019 season.  Fitzgerald has come under pressure due to a disappointing Championship campaign which saw them exit at the quarter-final stage at the hands of Clare and they were unable to reach the Leinster final which was competed by Galway and Kilkenny. He …

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Landmark Year For Hurling Summed Up With This Win Over Football

It’s been an unforgettable summer of hurling thus far in 2018.  The introduction of the round-robin series in the Munster and Leinster hurling championships led to the increased frequency of often dramatic and nail-biting encounters. It didn’t stop there and as we entered the All-Ireland stage of the championship we were greeted with some excellent quarter-final and semi-final matchups. All of …

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The PA Hurler Of The Decade: The Results

Brought to you by   Over the past decade, the hurling world has seen a plethora of exceptionally talented players come and go. There’s been dynamic goalkeepers, rock-solid defenders, exceptional midfielders and clinical forwards. But who’s been the very best in the country in each position? In the last instalment of our five-part series we look at the results and see who …

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The PA Hurler Of The Decade: Part 4 – The Forward

Brought to you by   Over the past decade, the hurling world has seen a plethora of exceptionally talented players come and go. There’s been dynamic goalkeepers, rock-solid defenders, exceptional midfielders and clinical forwards. But who’s been the very best in the country in each position? In the fourth edition of our five-part series we ask, who’s the best forward of the past …

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The PA Hurler Of The Decade: Part 3 – The Midfielder

Brought to you by   Over the past decade, the hurling world has seen a plethora of exceptionally talented players come and go. There’s been dynamic goalkeepers, rock-solid defenders, exceptional midfielders and clinical forwards. But who’s been the very best in the country in each position? In the third edition of our five-part series we first ask, who’s the best midfielder …

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John Kiely Reveals Details Of Keith Earls’ Limerick Visit

Just over 10 days separate Limerick from winning their first All-Ireland Senior Hurling title since 1973.  Of course, they have one huge obstacle in the way to finally end 45 years of hurt, reigning champions Galway. The Tribesmen are rightly favourites for the August 19 clash but the Treaty County will take confidence from their run to the final and their …

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John Kiely Has A Box Of Abusive Anonymous Letters At Home

Limerick hurling manager John Kiely has given an honest insight into the abuse he has received from fans over the years. It’s something that shouldn’t happen, but something that unfortunately does come as part of the job. Kiely seems to understand this as much anyone, and in a recent appearance in front of the Limerick media – he revealed exactly …

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Eoin Kelly: Cummins Would “Drop Everything” To Be Tipp Manager

Former All-Ireland winning captain, Eoin Kelly has said that his Tipperary teammate Brendan Cummins would relish the chance to take over as the county’s hurling manager. Michael Ryan stepped down from the post last week in a move that was “surprising” for the Paddy Power GAA columnist. “My overriding feeling when I heard that Michael Ryan had stepped down as …

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Heartbreak For Clare As Galway Edge Tight Win In Semi-Final Replay

Clare 2-13 Galway 1-17 Galway are through to the All Ireland Final once again after they survived a spirited fight from Clare. Just as was the case last weekend, Galway led this match by nine points at one stage but allowed the Banner to battle their way back into contention through goals from Shane O’Donnell and Peter Duggan. Again, it was Galway who …

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Watch: Duggan & O’Donnell Grab Stunning Goals As Semi-Final Heats Up

Clare’s Shane O’Donnell has undoubtedly scored one of the finest goals of these season’s championship in the All-Ireland semi-final replay between the Banner and Galway in Thurles. With 42 minutes gone and his side seven points down O’Donnell picked up the loose ball, spun and weaved through nearly the whole Galway defence before finishing smartly into the back of the …

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Impressive Cork Down Wexford To Stroll Into U21 Final

Cork 3-26 Wexford 0-13 Cork have roared into the U21 All Ireland final with a comprehensive victory over Wexford. A number of the players who tasted heartbreak in the senior semi-final against Limerick last Sunday were key to their impressive win this evening in Nolan Park.  This was never a match that the Rebels were going to lose two first half …

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Eoin Kelly: ‘Joe Canning Should Start For Galway Even If Not Fully Fit’

Galway and Clare battled to a draw after 90 minutes of play in the All-Ireland semi-final last weekend, with the replay taking place at Semple Stadium this Sunday. One cause for concern for the Tribesmen ahead of the rematch is the fitness of star centre forward Joe Canning. The 29-year-old limped off the field during extra time of last week’s game with what looked to …

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The PA Hurler Of The Decade: Part 2 – The Defender

Brought to you by  Over the past decade, the hurling world has seen a plethora of exceptionally talented players come and go. There’s been dynamic goalkeepers, rock-solid defenders, exceptional midfielders and clinical forwards. But who’s been the very best in the country in each position? In the second edition of our five-part series we ask, who’s the best hurling defender of the …

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Michael Ryan Steps Down As Tipperary Senior Manager

Clare vs Tipperary Tipperary's manager Michael Ryan Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie Allianz Hurling League Division 1A, Cusack Park, Ennis, Co. Clare 28/1/2018

The announcement comes with the confirmation that the entire management team has also left. Michael Ryan spent three years at the helm, winning the Liam MacCarthy cup in 2016, where the Premier County defeated Kilkenny in the final by nine points. Tipperary finished fourth in this year’s Munster group table however, and the management staff have seen fit to step …

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10 Counties Expected To Be Punished By The GAA For Training Camp Breach

The GAA are expected to hand down punishment to ten counties for breaching rules surrounding training camps.  The alleged breaches occurred earlier in the season where counties travelled or undertook training camps which are outside of the rules established by the GAA. According to the GAA, no training camps, in Ireland or abroad, are allowed unless they take place within …

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