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Henry Shefflin Has Taken His First Step Into Management

Henry Shefflin is up there with the most decorated hurlers in history. The Ballyhale Shamrocks clubman made 71 championship appearances for Kilkenny, scoring 27-484 along the way, and winning 10 All-Ireland titles. ‘The King’ is believed by many to be the greatest player to ever grace a hurling field, as he led the scoring for the great Cats teams under …

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Cuala’s Schutte Putting Inter-County Future Decision On Hold

Leinster Senior Hurling Club Championship Final, O'Moore Park, Portlaoise, Co. Laois 4/12/2016 O'Loughlin Gaels vs Cuala Cuala's Oisin Gough, David Treacy and Paul Schutte lift the trophy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Pat Gilroy is still unaware whether Paul Schutte will be available to him for selection as he enters his first season in charge of the Dublin hurlers in 2018.  The Cuala captain opted out of the inter-county setup last season under Ger Cunningham but has been in fine form for his club side as the Dalkey side look well on …

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The Draws For The Fitzgibbon And Sigerson Cups Have Been Made

The draws have been made for the 2018 Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cup competitions for next season with some intriguing clashes in store. St Mary’s College are defending Sigerson Cup champions and they take on the University of Ulster, Jordanstown in the first round. The premier higher level education football competition is played on a straight knock-out basis with ten of the best college …

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Urban Revolution: The Top City GAA Clubs In The Country

For a variety of reasons, the GAA is going from strength to strength in urban areas as teams from cities begin to achieve more and more success. Part of this is changing demographics and part of it is investment from Croke Park to promote the sports in schools in cities like Dublin, Cork and even Belfast. While the club is …

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