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Footage Of Micheál Donoghue And Derek McGrath In Action During 1992 Minor Final Released

Derek McGrath Mícheal Donoghue

Derek McGrath and Micheál Donoghue marked each other in the 1992 All-Ireland minor final! Galway and Waterford face off in Sunday’s All-Ireland final, with a famine set to end in one county. The Tribesmen have not brought Liam MacCarthy back across the Shannon with them since 1988, while the Déise’s drought goes back to 1959. Since the final match-up was …

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Surprise Resignation Leads To Inevitable Speculation For Dublin’s Next Hurling Manager

There has yet to be an announcement regarding the new Dublin senior hurling manager since Ger Cunningham stepped down from the post after his side’s disappointing exit from this year’s championship.  The Dubs have been without success in the small ball code for the last number of seasons at senior inter-county level but there is cause for optimism. Cuala won …

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John Mullane Will Fulfill A Bizarre Promise Should Waterford Win The All-Ireland

John Mullane Waterford

John Mullane is regarded as a true legend of Waterford hurling and his latest promise should solidify his legendary status further if the county win the Liam MacCarthy Cup on Sunday. Waterford face Galway in this weekend’s decider – with Derek McGrath looking to guide the Déise to their first All-Ireland title since 1959. De La Salle man Mullane, said earlier …

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Former Taoiseach Called In To Help Solve Offaly Hurling Crisis

It isn’t news that Offaly hurling is in a bad place at the moment, and unfortunately for the Faithful, 2017 didn’t improve matters. While they did beat Westmeath to ensure that they would avoid the minefield that is the Leinster qualifier group in 2018, they suffered two heavy defeats in their subsequent outings against Galway and Waterford in the qualifiers. …

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