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PA Roundtable: Top Hurling Stars Predict The All-Ireland Final

Ahead of the highly-anticipated All-Ireland hurling final between Kilkenny and Tipperary, Pundit Arena spoke to some of the country’s top hurlers to get their thoughts.  Johnny Coen (Galway), Mark Kavanagh (Laois), Alan Cadogan (Cork), and Cian Boland (Dublin) predict the 2019 decider in Croke Park, the Hurler of the Year and tell us whether or not they would like to see …

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Alan Cadogan Recalls Learning From A Number Of The Cork Greats

Alan Cadogan has built a reputation as one of the country’s most dangerous forwards. The Douglas clubman has picked up Man of the Match awards on his debut against Waterford in 2014 and in his last outing, the Munster final against Clare. Cadogan was speaking to the Irish Independent ahead of today’s All-Ireland semi-final against Waterford. Having had his brother, Eoin, …

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Six Of The Best Value Bets For Hurling All-Stars

It’s safe to say we are now well and truly into the business end of the championship. Barring a draw, we have got just two games left to look forward to. These are generally the games where All-Stars are earned. Of course, as always at this point, it does appear as though a few players have got their All-Stars nailed …

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Kieran Kingston: We Have Learned Lessons From 2014

Cork manager Kieran Kingston is hoping that lessons from 2014 will help Cork in their search for All-Ireland glory. Kingston was in the back-room team in 2014, where Cork last won the provincial title – only to be beaten by Tipperary convincingly in Croke Park in the All-Ireland semi-final. Victory in Sunday’s Munster final, means that the Rebels are in …

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Hurling; The Best VX Knocked Out Of Championship

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny 20/3/2016 Kilkenny vs Dublin Liam Rushe of Dublin Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

The semi-finalists have been decided in the hurling championship. For an alternative look at those knocked out of the championship, this week’s Tuesday Team Selection puts together the best fifteen not remaining in the hurling champiosnhip and let people wonder how they would fair against the rest. Anthony Nash – Cork Nash is a two time all-star but his performances …

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Who’s Hot, Who’s Not – GAA Weekend Review

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After the first provincial titles of the year were handed out, we look back over the action and see who are the real winners and losers from the weekend. Who’s Hot Kilkenny They still hold that aura about them. One thing becoming a big trait of this Kilkenny side is being a ‘second half team’. It’s a clichéd term that …

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PA Report Cards: All Ireland Hurling Championship (Part 1)

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John Ivory is here to dish out the first of our PA Report Cards, grading each team’s performances during this year’s All Ireland Hurling Championship. First under the microscope are Cork, Limerick and Clare. Cork It will be tough for Cork’s faithful to get the sour taste of last Sunday’s semi-final defeat to Tipperary out of their mouths, but once …

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Preview: Munster u21 Hurling Final – Cork vs Clare

Cork and Clare clash in Wednesday night’s Bord Gais u-21 Munster hurling final up in Cusack Park, Ennis with a 7.15 throw in and for armchair fans it’s live on TG4 as well. These are the four most significant factors that will decide where the trophy will go. Clare will be going for a three in a row having won the …

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Cork Hurlers Show Their All-Ireland Credentials

Cork hurlers made a statement of intent in comfortably disposing of the Clare last Sunday. Sean Cremin discusses their potential and why they should be looked upon as real contenders to lift the Liam McCarthy cup come September. 2013 saw the Cork senior hurling team shock an awful lot of people. They reached the All-Ireland hurling final in a whirlwind …

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PA Hurling Team of the Week – 17th of June

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Sean Cremin is here to look back over the weekend’s hurling action. Here is this week’s PA Hurling ‘Team of the Week’. 1. Mark Fanning – Wexford The Wexford net minder had a very solid outing against Dublin. He kept a clean sheet and was very assured between the posts. His puck-outs were very good and it was a very …

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Will The Real Cork Hurling Team Please Stand Up?

Cork sauntered to a fourteen-point victory over Waterford after many had expected an ambush – or at least a far more competitive fare than the bookies odds of 1/3 for Cork -in the offing. Critics said prior to the game that the Cork forwards were overrated, they were weak at the back and the reputation acquired by making the All-Ireland …

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The Emergence of Alan Cadogan & Austin Gleeson

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‘A lot of legends, a lot of people, have come before me but this is my time.’ -Usain Bolt Never has the sentiment uttered above by the world’s fastest man been more applicable to two young men in the arena of Gaelic Games. Waterford’s Austin Gleeson and Alan Cadogan burst onto the GAA scene this weekend with two exceptional performances. May …

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Top 5 Players From The Weekend’s GAA Action

The Championship is now in full swing, and this weekend featured Ulster Football and Munster Hurling, along with Leinster Qualifying games and Connaught football. John Ivory ranks the top performers from the weekend. Tied 5th Patrick Horgan – Cork Horgan is for Cork what Pauric O’Mahony is for Waterford. He had unnerving accuracy from placed balls and kept the Rebels …

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