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# hurling - Yesterday’s News

3 changes to Clare team for crunch quarter-final with Tipperary as Banner hit with injuries

David McInerney and Aron Shanagher have both failed late fitness tests.

# hurling - Tuesday 18 July, 2017

Davy penalty, Nicky smile, Jamesie point - famous Clare-Tipp championship memories

As the counties prepare to lock horns in the All-Ireland senior hurling quarter-final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, relive some great memories from clashes of yesteryear.

# hurling - Sunday 16 July, 2017

'After hurling took to the ice and became ice hurling, it took a new life of its own. A new sport'

Did the Irish invent ice hockey? Ger Loughnane is on a journey to find out.

# hurling - Saturday 15 July, 2017

From The Daily Edge A Waterford fan held up a great sign ripping Kilkenny on TV at a darts event in Las Vegas Enjoy The Summer

# hurling - Wednesday 12 July, 2017

Donal Óg Cusack - coaching Clare, praise for Cork, hurling punditry and Davy in Wexford

It’s Tipperary next up for the Cloyne native.

# hurling - Monday 10 July, 2017

Step back in time for Tipp and Clare as they prepare to renew hostilities at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

A former rivalry is set to be renewed when the two counties clash in senior championship hurling for the first time since 2011.

'I find it even difficult to talk about it, there was at least half a team that could have been out there'

Former manager Anthony Daly says that he’s saddened by the Dublin senior hurling team’s struggles.

Analysis: Cadogan and Horgan are Cork's weapons of mass destruction against wasteful Clare

The Rebels were deserving winners of yesterday’s Munster senior hurling final, keeping it simple again and relying on a tried and trusted system.

'Anything that doesn't kill you will make you stronger' - Ring salutes Cork's Munster minor winners

Cork were crowned Electric Ireland Munster minor hurling champions for the first time in nine years yesterday.

'My father's 83 years of age, a savage hurling man, why should he have to go to the pub?'

Michael Duignan is highly critical of the GAA’s deal with Sky Sports, and he’s also pleading leniency for Kilkenny boss Brian Cody following an incident with a sideline official on Saturday night.

# hurling - Sunday 9 July, 2017

Here's the format for tomorrow's All-Ireland football and hurling qualifier draws

Round 3B football and the hurling quarter-finals will take centre stage.

Cadogan and Horgan the scoring stars as Cork land Munster title against Clare

45,558 in attendance in Thurles today.

Cork's Kearney savouring the good times a year since frustrating quit rumours

“In your early 20s things can move so fast that you kind of take for granted what you’re doing.”

# hurling - Saturday 8 July, 2017

'We'll go out and celebrate this without going cracked' - famous win for Waterford

Derek McGrath enjoyed a success over the Cats at last.

# hurling - Thursday 6 July, 2017

'Huge risk' has been paying dividends for the Cork senior hurlers

“They [Clare] are miles ahead of us in terms of their development… We are just trying to catch up.”

'It's pure and utter elation and you are not thinking about anything else' - the Munster senior goal

Colm Galvin has won five provincial medals but is seeking senior success.

Munster final boost for Cork as key duo are passed fit

Conor Lehane and Bill Cooper have both been injury concerns ahead of Sunday’s clash with Clare.

# hurling - Wednesday 5 July, 2017

From Garda and former Galway hurler awarded €30,000 after being injured by getaway car Ennis

Garda and former Galway hurler awarded €30,000 after being injured by getaway car

A car ran over Kevin Hooban’s leg as he and a colleague attempted to stop it.

# hurling - Monday 3 July, 2017

Analysis: Wexford suffer in black period as Galway's simplicity and aerial power wins the day

Wexford, while bringing serious intensity and physicality to yesterday’s Leinster final, crumbled under pressure and Galway will take some stopping in All-Ireland race.

'When performances are below-par, you open the door' - Tipp boss Ryan lays down gauntlet

Michael Ryan wasn’t happy with his All-Ireland champions on Saturday

Loser leaves town: Waterford and Kilkenny set for qualifier showdown on Saturday

Dublin will play Tipperary in the other Round 2 hurling qualifier.

# hurling - Sunday 2 July, 2017

Acid test for Wexford but pressure on Galway to deliver - Leinster hurling final talking points

The counties lock horns at Croke Park today, with a 4pm throw-in time.

# hurling - Saturday 1 July, 2017

Wexford team aiming to win county's first Leinster senior title in 13 years announced

There were injury doubts, but Davy Fitz has named an unchanged side.

# hurling - Friday 30 June, 2017

Galway make one change for Leinster final as Dublin bring in two new faces for qualifier

The Tribesmen take on Wexford on Sunday while the Dubs meet Laois tomorrow.

Tipp side bidding to rebound from Cork loss includes 3 championship newcomers

Westmeath have also named their team for the clash at Semple Stadium on Saturday.

Shirkers need not apply as Tipperary boss Ryan eyes back-door All-Ireland hurling title defence

Right from the start, we earmarked Michael Ryan as a man who wouldn’t shy away from hard calls as Tipperary senior hurling manager.

Cork agree to play Tipp on Monday in Munster minor hurling semi-final replay

The counties fought out a thrilling draw in Thurles last night.

Two changes for Limerick hurlers as they bid to give Kilkenny an early exit

Nowlan Park plays host to their All-Ireland qualifier meeting this Saturday evening.

Darragh Fives drafted into the Waterford side to face Offaly

Derek McGrath’s men will be aiming to bounce back from their Munster semi-final defeat to Cork.

# hurling - Thursday 29 June, 2017

Tipp and Cork to meet again after extra-time thriller in Thurles

The Munster rivals played out a pulsating provincial minor semi-final this evening at Semple Stadium.

# hurling - Tuesday 20 June, 2017

'For me it’s clear as day that he’s skilful as hell' - Teenage defender pointing the way for Cork

Mark Coleman has been one of the success stories for the Rebels.

# hurling - Monday 19 June, 2017

Waterford can still emerge as All-Ireland hurling contenders - but only if these things happen

Derek McGrath’s charges suffered a damaging defeat to Cork on Sunday – but remain in the hunt for All-Ireland glory.

'It's probably a race against time' - Kilkenny talisman battling to return to action for crunch qualifier tie

Michael Fennelly missed out for the Cats against Wexford.

Analysis: Cork's diagonal ball weapon, more superb defending, 11-week break hurts Waterford

I wondered if Cork’s performance against Tipp was a one-off but they improved even more to see off Waterford.

Explainer: How next Monday morning's All-Ireland hurling qualifier draw will work

Tipperary, Kilkenny and Waterford are among the teams who will learn their fates.


'Austin will bounce back. He's 21, he'll have more good days in the Waterford jersey'

2016 Hurler of the Year Austin Gleeson was called ashore in the 63rd minute of yesterday’s defeat to Cork.

GAA President unfazed by missed Páirc Uí Chaoimh deadline, Special Congress to discuss hurling plans

Aogán Ó Fearghaíl is looking forward to the All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals at the revamped Cork venue on 23 July.

# hurling - Sunday 18 June, 2017

John Gardiner: Pace, power, movement - Cork simply too hot for Waterford to handle

Cork All-Ireland winner John Gardiner gives his take on great day for the Rebels in Semple Stadium.

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