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Five Talking Points Ahead Of The Weekend’s National League Action

With a weekend schedule dominated by hurling, we take a look at the talking points ahead of what promises to be another cracking round of Allianz National League action. Davy’s springtime revolution faces its toughest test yet Davy Fitzgerald has only lost one National Hurling League game as Wexford manager, and that was against Tipperary in last year’s semi-final. Tonight, they …

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Ten Of The Greatest Matches In The History Of The Allianz Leagues

Allianz League

Allianz are entering their 26th year as title sponsor of the National Hurling and Football Leagues. With the condensed format in 2018, it promises to be a more competitive campaign than ever before. Here, we take a look at some of the greatest games we’ve witnessed in the Leagues down through the years. Football Kerry 0-20 Dublin 1-16 (2017) The …

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Pundit Arena Hurling Power Rankings 2017: Round 7

Hurling

With just five games to go in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, we take a look at the latest pecking order as the race for the Liam MacCarthy Cup turns for home. 1. Galway (no change) The Tribesmen continued to impress in the Leinster final, as they upped it a gear in the second half to blow Wexford away with …

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Eoin Larkin Column: Kilkenny Must Kill Or Be Killed Against Limerick

Kilkenny host Limerick in Nowlan Park on Saturday evening, in a game that can’t come around quickly enough from a Kilkenny point of view. There is a buzz around the city; people are genuinely excited and looking forward to the game. There are talks around Kilkenny that Michael Fennelly might be fit. Padraig Walsh is after a few weeks training, putting …

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Eoin Larkin Column: Austin Gleeson Needs To Play For The Team

Waterford

I was disappointed with Waterford on Sunday. I knew they were going to set up with the sweeper but to me, Derek McGrath hasn’t progressed with this Waterford project. Playing this style was alright in his first year to steady the ship but he hasn’t really moved on. I know they were within a puck of a ball of beating Kilkenny …

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Pundit Arena Hurling Power Rankings 2017: Round 6

With all teams up and running in the race for the Liam McCarthy Cup, we take a look at the latest pecking order in hurling. 1. Galway (no change) The Tribesmen are All-Ireland favourites, and justifiably so after the demolitions of Dublin and Offaly. The men in maroon have a physicality which is telling, while clutch players such as Daithí Burke, David …

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Eoin Larkin Column: Cork Youth Can Prevail Against Waterford

Munster GAA Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final , Semple Stadium, Thurles, Co. Tipperary 21/5/2017 Tipperary vs Cork Cork's Michael Cahalane celebrates a late score INPHO/Cathal Noonan

A confident Cork are one of the most dangerous teams around. That’s what Waterford are up against in Thurles. However, one worry for Kieran Kingston must be consistency; something they’ve been lacking so far this year. If Cork don’t keep their level of consistency up, Waterford could win the game comfortably. They’ll obviously be looking for another performance like the …

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