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Eamon O'Shea believes that the recruitment of Kieran McGeeney can be a "mutually beneficial relationship". Michael Meaney is optimistic that the rest of Leinster will support their proposed 'Super 14' restructuring of the Allianz Hurling League when
The Breffni County, beaten intermediate finalists two years ago, defeated 2008 champions Tipperary in an entertaining final at Croke Park . In the process, Cavan won their first All-Ireland title since their one and only senior success back in 1977.
Instead, they all learned via a press release that Munster had decided to put Kerry and Cork in a privileged position by placing them on opposite sides of the championship rather than operate an open draw...One win against Division 3 (Limerick) and
Denis Leamy 23 August 2013 We are all proud of where we come from and down through the years I was fortunate that there were a few other lads from Tipperary in the Munster set-up. It is one of the great things about Munster that, over the years, all
1 K O'Dowd (Lon gford), 2 D Keane (Galway), 3 A Ormstion (Cavan), 4 B Moore (Kilkenny) Heat 2: 1 A McLaughlin (Donegal), 2 D Lynch (Kerry), 3 G Murphy (Mayo), 4 T Fahy (Meath) Heat 3: 1 J Ikpotokin (Laois), 2 S Rigney (Offaly), 3 B Gately (Roscommon),
The All-Ireland champions impressed in front of 8,296 spectators at Semple Stadium, as Tipperary lost for the second year in a row in the final. Niall Arthur's late goal clinched victory for Clare in last August's Ennis decider but they didn't need
Amid the euphoria of a Munster semi-final victory over Tipperary came a stray finger from a well-wishing supporter, catching Walsh flush in the eye. The corner-back paid no heed at the time, but when he woke up on Monday morning, he felt discomfort.
The starting 15 have 70 All-Ireland senior hurling medals between them, as well as dozens more honours, spread across National League and various underage grades. Their manager is by far the most decorated mentor in hurling, having presided over nine
The team and indeed the supporters regard it as unthinkable that the All-Ireland title would be surrendered on a ground which has honed so much outstanding talent over the years and housed the legendary training sessions which have been a ritual in
The bookies have Offaly as rank outsiders to beat Brian Cody's men and, even in a two-horse race, odds of 10/1 look reasonable considering it's 15 years since they defeated the Cats in a championship game. The teams arrive at this juncture after