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Tipperary Weather Wexford Comeback In Pulsating Contest

Brian Barry reports from Semple Stadium, Thurles where Tipperary saw off Wexford on a scoreline of 3-21 to 1-21. The Davy Fitzgerald revolution rocked on to Thurles this evening, as the unbeaten Yellowbellies faced their toughest test of the year to date as they took on Tipperary in their backyard. The Premier bounced back from an opening day defeat in …

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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

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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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New Cork Senior Hurling Manager To Be Ratified Next Week

The wait to hear who Kieran Kingston’s successor as manager of the Cork hurlers is drawing to a close.  The ratification of the new boss was scheduled to take place at a county board meeting tonight but the appointment has been delayed until next Monday. Hot favourite to take the reins on Leeside is John Meyler, who managed the county’s …

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Another Frontrunner For The Cork Job Has Ruled Himself Out

Cork Senior Hurling Championship Final, Pairc Ui Rinn, Cork 11/10/2015 Glen Rovers vs Sarsfields Sarsfields manager Pat Ryan

After Diarmuid O’Sullivan ruled him self out of contention for the vacant Cork senior hurlers’ managerial post, another frontrunner has now also taken his name off the table. Pat Ryan, who like O’Sullivan was a member of Kingston’s backroom staff, has told the Evening Echo that he will not be putting himself forward for the position that the previous manager …

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Kieran Kingston Steps Down As Cork Senior Hurling Manager

All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 13/8/2017 Cork vs Waterford Cork’s manager Kieran Kingston

Kieran Kingston has left his role as manager of the Cork senior hurling team. The news will come as a shock to followers of the Rebels, given the successful campaign they enjoyed in 2017. Cork, fresh off the back of miserable campaigns in 2015 and 2016 were crowned Munster champions and really reclaimed their place at the top table in …

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Kieran Kingston Unsure About Future As Cork Senior Hurling Manager

Cork senior hurling manager Kieran Kingston is yet to make a decision as to his future in the role. Kingston’s original two-year term is up, after an underwhelming 2016 season and a summer of progress in 2017. The Rebels were hammered by Tipperary last year, before falling to Wexford in the qualifiers. With a relative drought at underage level, there …

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Three Times Cork Produced The Goods In Croke Park

“Hill 16 is Rebels only…” The excitement is steadily building and anticipation is growing by the minute on Leeside for the massive All-Ireland SHC semi-final clash between Cork and Waterford on Sunday in Croke Park. The Rebels come into the tie as Munster champions, having dispatched of Sunday’s opposition at the semi-final stage of that competition. Since then, Derek McGrath’s …

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Five Peripheral Cork Hurlers Who Could Still Have A Massive Influence

Munster Senior Hurling League Round 2, Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 15/1/2017 Limerick vs Cork Cork's Lorcan McLoughlin Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ken Sutton

To date, 2017 has been an incredible year for Cork hurling. They’ve already collected silverware in Munster, beating Tipperary, Waterford and Clare along the way and the Rebels can now dare to dream of All-Ireland glory.  Under Kieran Kingston, Cork have a new-look starting XV. Although they are young, athletic and quick, arguably their best overall trait is their skill and, …

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Pundit Arena Hurling Power Rankings 2017: Round 7

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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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