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Watch: Limerick’s Kyle Hayes Makes Outrageous Block With Hand

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A Semi-Final, Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 16/4/2017 Limerick vs Galway Limerick's Kyle Hayes with Adrian Tuohy of Galway Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Yesterday, the main talking point after the two u-21 All-Ireland hurling semi-finals was whether or not it is time to restructure the competition. With Kilkenny’s demolition of Derry by 52 points and Galway’s automatic qualification to the All-Ireland semi-final stage, questions were posed. Although the Limerick and Galway game proved a worthwhile watch for the everyday GAA supporter, it’s the bigger picture …

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Opinion: Saturday’s Farce Should Be The Last Straw For Current U-21 Structure

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On Saturday evening, Limerick emerged victorious in the All-Ireland semi-final against Galway in a thrilling encounter. The game ended with a four-point victory for the Treaty men on a scoreline of 2-23 to 2-19, with Barry Nash and Aaron Gillane playing well throughout for Limerick. For Galway, their senior star Conor Whelan played well, as did Jack Coyne who looks like …

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Limerick Beat Galway In Thurles Thriller To Reach All-Ireland Final

Limerick will play Kilkenny in the All-Ireland u-21 final after beating Galway 2-23 to 2-19 after a tense battle in Thurles. Pat Donnelly’s men finished the game the better side and will now meet Eddie Brennan’s Cats on September 9. Great performances from Peter Casey, Barry Nash, Robbie Hanley and Colin Ryan were key from the Shannonsiders. Galway, despite goals …

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Five Talking Points Ahead Of The U-21 Hurling Semi-Finals

Saturday sees the semi-finals of the All-Ireland U-21 Hurling Championship take place in Thurles as part of a triple-header with the clash of Meath and Kerry in the ‘B’ competition acting as the curtain-raiser. Champions of 2015, Limerick, will be looking to reclaim their title. They were impressive in their successful Munster-winning efforts but will not take the untested Galway …

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