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10 Signs You’re A Cork Hurling Fan Through And Through

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Whether you’re from the ‘Barrs’, the ‘Rockies’, or indeed anywhere else in the county of Cork, nothing unites the ‘Real Capital’ more than the senior hurlers. With Cork hurling in a dreadful way, it might be time for a bit of nostalgia to lighten the mood. Here are ten signs that you’re a true Cork hurling fan. 1) You still …

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Farcical Hurling Rule Will Lead To Cynical Play

Sean Cremin discusses the GAA’s new ruling which has outlawed the striking technique made famous by Cork’s Anthony Nash. Only a matter of hours after publishing an article on the potential rule change regarding twenty-metre frees and penalties in hurling, , the G.A.A launched its press release which included a new ruling . The ‘Anthony Nash rule’ has now been altered. The …

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Hurling Penalty Confusion Rumbles On

The uncertainty surrounding the penalty rule took another twist in last Sunday’s Munster quarter-final clash between Cork and Waterford. Waterford keeper Stephen O’Keefe rushed towards Anthony Nash as he flicked to strike the ball and stopped the ball with his leg from only a small number of yards instead of the permitted twenty. O’Keefe’s subsequent shoulder of Nash caused a …

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More Penalty Controversy In Hurling – What Is The Solution?

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We addressed the ‘Anthony Nash’ rule around the time of congress earlier this year. In the end the rule didn’t go before the committee and the motion was withdrawn. The Cork goalkeeper has almost single headedly created one of the biggest talking points in the history of the game. The style with  which Nash strikes his penalties has been altered …

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