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Combined XV From The Four All-Ireland Hurling Quarter-Finalists

The hurling championship resumes this weekend with both quarter-finals taking place in Cork. With the provincial championships wrapped up, there are only five games left in Championship 2017.  Both Wexford and Clare will be looking to bounce back from provincial final defeats, while, Tipperary and Waterford will hope to carry their qualifier form as they bid to reach Croke Park …

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Five Reasons Why This Could Be Clare’s Year

GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay 28/9/2013 Clare vs Cork Shane O'Donnell holds the Liam McCarthy Cup while being lifted in front of Hill 16 by team mates Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Ever since their 2013 triumph, it seems Clare have become one of the most underwhelming sides in the country. A new management regime brings fresh hope and we’re discussing five reasons why this could be Clare’s year. When Wexford dumped the reigning All-Ireland champions out of the All-Ireland qualifiers in 2014, it was widely accepted that Davy Fitz’s young Clare …

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Hurling: Who Are The Top 10 Forwards In The Game Right Now?

Hurling Joe Canning Seamus Callanan

Last week, we compiled a list of the best 10 football forwards in the country. Today, it’s time for the hurling. 10. Colin Fennelly Sometimes the underrated star of the Kilkenny machine, Fennelly is a top class operator. A trait of Brian Cody’s teams over the last 17 years is that game-winners can pop up anywhere. Colin Fennelly could have …

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PA Hurling Team of the Week – 7th of July


It was a huge weekend of hurling, and Sean Cremin is here with the PA Hurling Team of the Week. Two games lived up to expectation while the Leinster final was a big disappointment. Tipperary answered some questions while Galway increased the amount of questions that will be asked them. Dublin failed to live up to expectation as Kilkenny got their …

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