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Embracing Hurling’s Revolution Is A Necessity

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Hurling has seen a gradual shift towards defensive natured games of late and Sunday’s league final saw both Waterford and Clare embrace hurling’s revolution. There’s no denying it, since the dramatic All-Ireland final sagas of 2013 and 2014, the scoring in hurling games has taken a sharp decline. Sunday’s game epitomised this with only 13 points being scored in the first …

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An Anecdote To Explain Waterford Boss Derek McGrath’s Popularity

With competitive hurling back this weekend, Brein McGinn explains why Waterford boss Derek McGrath is so popular amongst both Déise supporters and hurling followers around the country. Hundreds and hundreds of post-mortems are commonplace across the country in the wake of every Gaelic Games Championship defeat, especially in public houses. When Waterford suffered their first defeat of last season at the hands of Tipperary in …

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The Best Goals From The 2015 Allianz Hurling League

With the Hurling Championship upon us the GAA have done their part, releasing a shortlist of the best goals from the League this year. We’ve got a job for you. Pick the best goal.  Cork’s Patrick Horgan, Tipp man John ‘Bubbles’ O’Dwyer, Dublin’s David ‘Dotsy’ O’Callaghan, Waterford’s Shane Bennett and Shane O’Donnell of Clare all feature. In order to pick …

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