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An injury-time goal from a Brian Carroll free edged Offaly ahead after the Saffrons looked to have sealed a memorable championship win.
Contact Hurling Thursday 5 June 2014 Faithful can get better of Kilkenny Dooley Offaly legend insists massive underdogs can end 16-year wait and taste victory over Cats Published 05/06/2014 02:30 When flu-stricken Brian Whelahan moved from defence to
We meet in Kenny's of Lucan and, not far from here, the Offaly hurler has put down another long day at work.
On the uibhaili.com discussion board yesterday, one disgusted supporter suggested that the county's status and morale is now so low that Offaly could feasibly play their inter-county matches as double-headers in Geashill next year and still have
Offaly hurlers' top-scorer and metronomic free-taker struggled through the pain barrier all last season, but thought the cause of the constant pain in his back was muscular. He had been told that his hamstring and glutes were the root cause and the
S dominance of the hurling scene is being helped by the opposition trying to beat them at a game they have perfected that's the view of former Offaly All-Ireland medal winner Danny Owens, who enjoyed a double coaching triumph last year when he guided
Back in March 1888, less than a year after the first All-Ireland final, Augher beat rivals Aughnaloy 2-1 in a result that was "angrily disputed" (another great understatement there). The latter argued that the former's second goal had never crossed
David Burke, Conor Cooney, James Regan and Darragh Burke were all part of the county senior panel last year and sought a week's rest after their All-Ireland club-winning heroics. They were expected to return to training midweek to give the county a
The club had spent the last decade going close, losing three county deciders and a handful of semi-finals. Healion had even flown home from Australia as they moved towards the business end of the 2009 championship. He was there when they saw off
Sunday December 09 2012 Ballymun Kickhams won their first Leinster Club SFC title with a 0-11 to 0-8 win over Portlaoise at Mulingar. Portlaoise struggled for scores following Brian McCormack 's early point, and it was Ballymun's Dean Rock who