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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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Anthony Daly States He Has Not Been Contacted About Dublin Job

Anthony Daly

Since Ger Cunningham has resigned as Dublin hurling manager, there has been great speculation as to a potential successor. The Corkonian left after an underwhelming three seasons in the capital, as the Boys in Blue look to make their way back to the sport’s top table. Several names have been thrown about for the job, including Cuala’s All-Ireland winning manager …

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Former Inter-County Manager Expresses Interest In The Dublin Hurling Manager’s Position

GAA Hurling All Ireland Senior Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 6/9/2015.Kilkenny vs Galway.GalwayÕs manager Anthony Cunningham dejected late in the game.Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

The position of Dublin senior hurling manager currently remains vacant. But speculation grew this week when bookmakers, Boylesports, stopped taking bets on former All-Ireland winning Dublin football manager Pat Gilroy taking the reigns of the counties senior hurling team. This speculation seemed far-fetched and has remained pure rumours over the last few days as the Dublin county board claim to …

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Is A Former All-Ireland Winning Manager Set To Take Over The Dublin Hurlers?

Leinster GAA Football Senior Championship Semi-Final 1/7/2012 Dublin vs Wexford Dublin manager Pat Gilroy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

Ger Cunningham departed his role as Dublin manager following the Dubs defeat to Tipperary in this year’s qualifiers. The Cork native left after a three-year term that will be looked back on negatively in the capital. Speculation on who will take over has been quiet as the hurling season has yet come to its conclusion. But Boylesports  have created speculation today with …

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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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Five Talking Points Ahead Of The Weekend’s Hurling Action

This weekend will see at least one major hurling county eliminated from the championship. Not only this but we will also see either Galway or Wexford crowned Leinster champions. Christy Ring Cup champions Carlow were eliminated from the championship last weekend when there were beaten by Laois in the preliminary round of qualifiers. This week we will see four more …

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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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The Hurling Qualifiers Are Shaping Up Brilliantly After Surprise Results In The Provinces

Wexford , Ireland - 10 June 2017; Colin Fennelly of Kilkenny in action against Liam Ryan of Wexford during the Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Semi-Final match between Wexford and Kilkenny at Wexford Park in Wexford. (Photo By Daire Brennan/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

Shades of 2013 shine through this amazing 2017 senior hurling championship. To the delight of hurling fans, we appear to be looking at the most open championship in years. All-Ireland champions Tipperary were due to steam roll through this years championship, where are they? The qualifiers. OK, so Tipperary are gone, Kilkenny must now be favourites right? Wrong, they are …

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Eoin Larkin Column: Dublin Hurling Has Been Set Back 10 Years

Dublin

Galway were impressive yesterday in Tullamore, but the real story of the day was Dublin. Dublin hurling is after going back ten years. They were so poor in around midfield and half forward line yesterday. The quality is not really there at the moment. It’s hard to see what Ger Cunningham is doing up there. He got rid of a lot of …

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Ger Loughnane Blasts Rose-Tinted Nostalgia For Dublin’s Absent Stars

Dublin

Ger Loughnane has launched a scathing attack on Dublin hurling in the wake of their heavy defeat to Galway in yesterday’s Leinster quarter-final in Tullamore.  Defending manager Ger Cunningham, the Clare-man used his Irish Daily Star newspaper column to criticise some of the older guard in the panel.  Dublin won the National League in 2011 and a Leinster Championship in 2013, …

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Despite Mark Schutte Loss, Dublin Hurlers Won’t Settle For Anything Less Than A Win Over Galway

Dublin

The Dublin hurlers enter the Leinster Championship on Sunday with some less-than-ideal preparations. Following a winter where former players spoke out in the media against the current regime, the Boys in Blue were relegated from Division 1A of the League. The return of the Cuala cohort, who won the All-Ireland Club Championship, will be a boost to the team, but the …

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Star Hurler Mark Schutte Joins Dublin Senior Football Squad

Dublin

Big news emerging from the capital this morning is that Mark Schutte has opted to join up with the Dublin senior football squad, having departed the hurling set-up earlier this year.  Schutte chose not to rejoin Ger Cunningham’s senior hurling outfit after claiming All Ireland club senior hurling honours with his club, Cuala, on St. Patrick’s Day in Croke Park. …

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