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# hurling - Today’s News


# hurling - Thursday 18 September, 2014

Two new Limerick hurling bosses were ratified tonight

The minor and U21 positions will be rubberstamped tonight.

Cork Kilkenny Valentine’s Day date – here’s the planned 2015 hurling league fixtures

The clash of the Cats and the Rebels is the big opening game.


# hurling - Wednesday 17 September, 2014

Clare All-Ireland winning coach to take break from senior setup in 2015

Further changes have been made to next year’s Clare hurling backroom team.

From GAA fans warned not to attach flags to ESB poles ahead of All-Ireland finals Get Down Off That Ladder

# hurling - Friday 12 September, 2014

Paul Galvin involved in one of 31 major club hurling matches this weekend

Here’s what in store over the next few days.

# hurling - Thursday 11 September, 2014

The hurling penalty problem – ‘To beat three men from outside the ’21 is virtually impossible’

Clare’s Tony Kelly on the current dilemma facing hurlers.

He’s been linked with manager vacancy but Dubs yet to move for Cunningham

Speculation has linked the former Cork coach with the vacant job in the capital.

# hurling - Wednesday 10 September, 2014

Don’t expect hurling replay money to mean HawkEye is coming outside Croke Park

There’s been calls for HawkEye to be rolled out after the key role it played last Sunday.

# hurling - Tuesday 9 September, 2014

Great selfie of Tipperary’s 1989 All-Ireland hurling heroes from Croke Park last Sunday

No better way for Declan Ryan, Michael Cleary, John Leahy and Declan Carr to record their reunion.

Is it time for another hurling penalty rule change? – Tipperary starting to think so

Tipperary got no return from Seamus Callanan and John O’Dwyer’s shots from penalties on Sunday.

# hurling - Monday 8 September, 2014

Was Sunday the greatest All-Ireland hurling final of all time?

Or were you more a fan of the deciders from 1990, 2009 and 2013?

# hurling - Sunday 7 September, 2014

From The Daily Edge 200 years ago there was an Ireland v Russia hurling match in London Lovely Hurling

TJ Reid scored an absolute scorcher in the All-Ireland hurling final

Here’s that stunning strike and more of the big incidents from today’s big game.

As It Happened: Tipperary v Kilkenny, All-Ireland senior hurling final

We’re live from Croke Park for the biggest hurling game of the year.

As it happened: Kilkenny v Limerick: All-Ireland MHC final

We went minute-by-minute as Limerick aimed to deliver on their billing as favourites against the historical superpower.

Kilmacud Crokes claim All-Ireland Sevens title on home ground for first time Hurling This post contains videos

Kilmacud Crokes claim All-Ireland Sevens title on home ground for first time

Ryan O’Dwyer and Oisin O’Rorke helped deliver the title for the Dublin club after a frenetic final against Portroe.

Waterford champions Passage knocked out as Dungarvan and De La Salle reach semi-finals GAA

Waterford champions Passage knocked out as Dungarvan and De La Salle reach semi-finals

Two semi-finals spots are now known in Waterford.

# hurling - Saturday 6 September, 2014

From Raonaid Murray, Lego, and Brian Cody: The week in numbers Prime Numbers

Raonaid Murray, Lego, and Brian Cody: The week in numbers

Plus: How much will the new Garda Commissioner be paid?

# hurling - Thursday 4 September, 2014

8 reasons why Nicky English is a Tipperary hurling legend

As a player and as a manager English steered his county to September glory.

Tipperary v Kilkenny, All-Ireland SHC final 2009 – (Retro liveblog)

Journey back in time with us to relive the showdown from five years ago.

# hurling - Wednesday 3 September, 2014

Pat Shortt calls on Tipperary to ‘kick Kilkenny’s arse’ on Sunday

There were no sightings of Bishop Brennan.

VIDEO: Clare’s Domhnall O’Donovan brings a brilliant hurling twist to the Ice Bucket Challenge

Twelve months on from THAT point, O’Donovan is still producing some magic.

# hurling - Saturday 30 August, 2014

11 Americans who can’t believe that hurling is a thing

The sport has plenty of new fans after the crowd caught a glimpse of it

# hurling - Wednesday 27 August, 2014

Dublin want a hurling boss for three-year term as Daly’s future still uncertain

Andy Kettle and Richie Stakelum on the latest state of play with the Clare man’s position.

# hurling - Friday 22 August, 2014

Here’s your GAA coverage on TV and radio this weekend

There’s plenty to keep an eye on the airwaves this weekend

Here’s how Galway and Wexford will line out in the All-Ireland U21 semi-final

Galway take on Wexford at 6pm tomorrow.

# hurling - Tuesday 19 August, 2014

Take a moment to appreciate just how good Seamus Callanan’s goals last Sunday were

The Tipperary attacker kept up his hot goalscoring streak last Sunday.

Ex-Cork selector Ger Cunningham has got a new hurling management job

Cunningham will take charge of Fitzgibbon Cup side UCC.

# hurling - Monday 18 August, 2014

John Gardiner column: ‘It was all too easy for Tipperary as Cork never turned up’’s hurling columnist looks back at yesterday’s showdown in Croke Park.

So what does Eamon O’Shea reckon was the turning point for Tipperary in 2014?

The Tipperary boss hailed his side’s character after yesterday’s game.

JBM’s future as Cork boss in the dark as his three-year term concludes

Cork exited the championship at the hands of Tipperary yesterday.

# hurling - Sunday 17 August, 2014

Bonner is a beast and Limerick praise – Twitter reacts to today’s Croke Park hurling

It was a great day for the hurlers of Tipperary and Limerick.

As It Happened: Tipperary v Cork, All-Ireland senior hurling semi-final

Who’s going to book a place in the decider on September 7th?

As It Happened: Limerick v Galway, All-Ireland minor hurling semi-final

Kilkenny are already through to the final but who’s going to join them?

# hurling - Saturday 16 August, 2014

‘The leg that had broken, I tied it to the bike with a shoe lace and cycled with one leg, all uphill’

James Woodlock has endured more than most to play in Croke Park tomorrow.

John Gardiner column: Cork Tipp from Thurles ’91, Killarney ’04 to Croke Park tomorrow’s hurling columnist looks ahead to tomorrow’s big showdown.

# hurling - Friday 15 August, 2014

QUIZ: The helmet challenge – can you name the hurler under the headgear?

They’re some of our top athletes… but can you recognise them?

No excuses for Cork after 5-week lay-off says Barry-Murphy

The Cork manager doesn’t think his side will be rusty come Sunday

# hurling - Wednesday 13 August, 2014

Never played minor and hurled one year U21 but now Daniel Kearney’s a Cork senior

The diminutive midfielder praises JBM for the faith he’s shown in him.

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