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Cuala’s Schutte Putting Inter-County Future Decision On Hold

Leinster Senior Hurling Club Championship Final, O'Moore Park, Portlaoise, Co. Laois 4/12/2016 O'Loughlin Gaels vs Cuala Cuala's Oisin Gough, David Treacy and Paul Schutte lift the trophy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Pat Gilroy is still unaware whether Paul Schutte will be available to him for selection as he enters his first season in charge of the Dublin hurlers in 2018.  The Cuala captain opted out of the inter-county setup last season under Ger Cunningham but has been in fine form for his club side as the Dalkey side look well on …

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

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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

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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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It’s Time For The Dublin Hurlers To Deliver

GAA Hurling All Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final 11/8/2013 Dublin vs Cork Dublin's Liam Rushe and Conor Lehane of Cork Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

If you weren’t following hurling between 2009 and 2014 when Anthony Daly was in charge of Dublin, you caught up on it in 2015. Ger Cunningham’s first year had everything seen in his predecessor’s tenure; from the sublime to the downright dismal. The Dubs are capable of brilliance, but are equally liable to not turn up on the day. This …

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Hurling Team News- Dublin And Offaly Both Make Changes

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Both the Dublin and Offaly teams have been announced ahead of this weekends do-or-die qualifier games. Ger Cunnigham has made three changes to the Dublin side as he brings the Boys in Blue down his native Cork. Both sides have everything to lose in this game and Cunningham had wielded the axe as he attempts to heap more misery on …

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Pundit Arena Hurling Power Rankings 2016: Round 2

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We’re on to the semi-finals for Division 1 of the National Hurling League, and what a round of games it was. Limerick, Clare, Kerry and Cork were all underdogs in the eyes of the bookmakers this weekend, but pulled off upsets. Wexford came up just short of causing the shock of the round at home to Waterford. All in all, it …

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Pundit Arena Hurling Power Rankings 2016: Round 1

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The round robin stages of the National Hurling League are over, and we now turn to the knock-out section. The league is always a tricky one to call, and week-by-week form rarely shows a pattern. Here at Pundit Arena HQ, we will be running the hurling power-rankings throughout the season. Based on the performances of teams, we will see them …

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Video: Mark Schutte’s Goal Vs Clara

Cuala had enough in the tank to see off Clara today in the Leinster Semi-Final, to reach the provincial decider for the second time in the club’s history. The Dalkey side scored three goals, as Clara failed to register one. This was the third week in a row the Dublin champions were playing, having accounted for Coolderry in Tullamore last …

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Cunningham Has Dublin Hurlers On Right Track

Five weeks ago, Dublin were in the doldrums, in the all too familiar position of inexplicably failing to perform in a big game. Galway had outclassed Ger Cunningham’s side in Tullamore, and they were left facing into the qualifiers, where the Boys in Blue have enjoyed little success in the past. In fact, since the introduction of the qualifier system …

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Plenty To Look Forward To In Dublin vs Galway Replay

Yes, Dublin versus Galway should have been played second in yesterday’s double-bill at Croke Park. Yes, both sides were reluctant to play an open game. And yes, the atmosphere was a bit dead at HQ. Ok, it has been said, so can we put the negativity to one side now please? A decade ago, the Leinster Championship had lost all …

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Leinster SHC Final Preview: Dublin v Kilkenny

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Dublin and Kilkenny will meet on Sunday at Croke Park to decide who will hold onto the Bob O’Keeffe cup for the year ahead. Dublin are the current Leinster hurling champions and will be brimming with confidence ahead of Sunday’s clash. Dublin hurling has come on in leaps and bounds from where it was five years ago. Since Anthony Daly has taken over, …

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