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Tommy Walsh – A Career Come Full Circle

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“Wouldn’t it be unreal? Tommy Walsh, the Séamus Darby and his father and all playing (in 82). It makes to be a great headline but that’s the beauty about this final. I think there are so many plots and subplots. “You live in the hope that there will be another Séamus Darby on the day. That gives us hope below …

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Walsh Hits The Nail On The Head Surrounding The Great Debate

Kilkenny legend, Tommy Walsh, has hit the nail on the head with regards to the great debate over which is the superior sport, hurling or football. Football has seen an upturn in 2019 while hurling has failed to live up to the unrealistic heights of 2018 and this has given fans, media and pundits alike reason to goad one another on …

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Walsh: “The Aim Is To Stay Going Until I’m In My 40s”

Former Kilkenny wing-back, Tommy Walsh, is in no rush to hang up his boots, maintaining that he will stay involved as a player with his club for at least five more years. The nine-time All Ireland winner retired from the inter-county scene in 2014 after 13 years, but continues to feature for his club, Tullaroan, lining out for the Kilkenny intermediate final back in October, where they …

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Signs Point To Tommy Walsh Returning To Kerry Panel

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Former All Ireland winner, Tommy Walsh, has had recent involvement with the Kerry football according to his club manager, as speculation continues over where he will feature for the Kingdom in 2019. Speaking to Radio Kerry, Kerins O’Rahilly’s manager, Mícheál Quirke, believes the 30-year-old still has much to offer Peter Keane’s panel should his fitness be good enough. Walsh won an …

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Watch: Tommy Walsh Pays Passionate Tribute To Efforts Of Cork & Kilkenny During Thrilling League Clash

Cork and Kilkenny played out an enthralling encounter at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday evening.  John Meyler’s side overcame the visitors on a scoreline of 1-24 to 0-24 in the newly developed stadium which was a fitting performance for the Rebels’ first appearance at the famous theatre. It is the first time Cork have beaten the Cats in the National …

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Tommy Walsh Fears Waterford May Not Handle Hype Of Beating Kilkenny

Leinster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Semi-Final Replay 28/6/2014 Kilkenny Tommy Walsh Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Tommy Walsh, one of the greatest to ever play the game of hurling, has given his verdict on this weekend’s quarter-finals. The 2009 Hurler of the Year fears that Waterford may fall victim to the hype of beating Kilkenny. Speaking in his GAA.ie column, Walsh cited his own county’s victory over Tipperary as a similar situation. When the sides met …

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DJ Carey Voted Best Kilkenny Hurler Of All Time

All Ireland Senior Hurling Final Kilkenny 14/9/2003 DJ Carey raises the Liam McCarthy Cup on Hill 16 Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

In a vote carried out by The Kilkenny People, DJ Carey has been voted the the greatest hurler the county has ever produced.  The selection ranked the top 25 hurlers to ever play for the county and is sure to be a cause for debate within Kilkenny and further afield. The Hogan Stand have reported that Carey ranks above the …

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Why It Would Be Crazy To Write Off Kilkenny For Liam This Summer

GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final Replay, Semple Stadium, Tipperary 13/8/2016 Kilkenny vs Waterford Kilkenny players celebrate at the end of the game Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ken Sutton

For perhaps the first time since the turn of the millennium, Kilkenny will enter the championship as third favourites. Based on recent history, it would be crazy to write off the Cats before a ball is struck. Brian Cody spoke at yesterday’s Leinster Senior Hurling championship launch of how his side are being written off already ahead of the championship …

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The Combined Tipperary And Kilkenny XV Since 2010

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It is without a doubt that Kilkenny vs Tipperary has one of the fiercest rivalries in hurling. We have seen both teams perform at their best, and we have witnessed some terrific, pulsating games. The two old foes have faced off seven times in the championship this decade. From those games, we have picked our best fifteen and in turn, we have …

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Kilkenny’s Greatest XV Of The Brian Cody Era

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We here at Pundit Arena have put together a list of Kilkenny’s best fifteen players that competed under Brian Cody’s successful management era. Cody is renowned as one of the greatest, most successful GAA managers of all time. He is the longest serving manager in the GAA and he warrants the utmost of respect. However, the question is posed- would …

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