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Cork & Kilkenny Duo Cleared For Respective Championship Openers

Cork and Kilkenny have received a huge boost ahead of the championship with the news that Seamus Harnedy and Conor Delaney have been cleared to play in the opening round after successfully appealing their bans in front of the GAA’s Central Appeals Committee (CAC). According to the Irish Examiner, the CAC upheld their appeals last night in Croke Park Both …

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GAA Stock Watch: Seamus Harnedy’s Petulance Pays A Price

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A hectic weekend in the Allianz Hurling League saw a lot of the counties fates sealed ahead of next year’s league campaign.  With the leagues restructuring for the 2020 season, this year’s campaign meant that counties were fighting to remain in Division 1 ahead of next year. The GAA today announced a whopping 20-game fixture list for Saturday as the …

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Report Card: Munster Champions Cork Fail To Impress On Big Stage

As an exhilarating inter-county season draws to a close, we issue each team with an end-of-season report card, discussing whether or not they fulfilled expectations, beginning with the Cork hurlers. _____ Team Cork _____ Preseason Expectations A change of management for the Rebels brought with it a fresh breeze of optimism at the start of the year. Although Kieran Kingston …

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Reports: Seamus Harnedy A Major Doubt For Semi-Final Clash With Limerick

Cork captain, Seamus Harnedy has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of Sunday’s All Ireland semi-final clash against Limerick, according to the Irish Independent.  The paper is reporting that the 28-year-old suffered a hamstring injury in a recent challenge game against the U21 side. The St Ita’s man has been in sensational form for the Rebel county this season, scoring 1-4 …

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UCC’s Influence On Tomorrow’s All-Ireland Semi-Final Is Outstanding

Cork and Waterford go to battle tomorrow evening at half three. After clashing three times already in 2015, these sides will know each other inside out. But there is another reason why many of these players will be familiar with one another. It’s widely accepted that just one step beneath inter-county hurling lies Fitzgibbon Cup hurling and one third level …

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Top Five Moments From The Cork-Clare Rivalry

GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay 28/9/2013 Cork vs Clare Clare's Shane O'Donnell celebrates scoring a goal Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

This weekend’s Munster final between Cork and Clare almost seems destined for drama, if recent matches are anything to go by.  While we all know that Tipperary-Kilkenny has been the rivalry of the past decade, Cork and Clare would probably claim the runners-up medal. The counties have engaged in several tight affairs over the past five years in particular. In …

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Seamus Harnedy Told Anthony Nash Exactly What To Do With Cork Puck-Outs

Munster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Semi-Final, Semple Stadium, Thurles, Co. Tipperary 18/6/2017 Cork’s Anthony Nash Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry

Anthony Nash’s puck-outs were the platform which Cork used to win today’s game. Cork caused another major upset in Thurles today, beating Waterford on a scoreline of 0-23 to 1-15. The Rebels have enjoyed a remarkable start to the summer, after shocking All-Ireland champions Tipp in their own back yard. One weapon that Kieran Kingston has used to perfection in the …

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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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Waterford v Cork – Three Talking Points

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Following last weekend’s exhilarating draw between Cork and Waterford, the Munster rivals go to war again on Sunday. Brian Barry is here to discuss the biggest talking points ahead of the Munster Championship replay. _____ Did Waterford miss their chance? Last day out, the Déise were fancied by few, but took the game to the Rebels. So much so that they widened …

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