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‘Why Are You So Good?’ – Galway Hurlers’ Appearance On The Toy Show Had Everyone Talking


Last night, one of the Irish television highlights of the year, the Late Late Toy Show took place and it was perhaps the best one yet. It was a show that had it all, but undoubtedly the sporting highlight was the appearance of some of Galway’s All-Ireland winning hurlers. Ryan Tubridy introduced 9-year-old Daniel Grogan, a hurling-mad child from Galway …

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Pic: Big Change As Waterford GAA Release New Jersey For 2018


Fresh from an All-Ireland final loss to Galway, Waterford are spending their winter plotting a return to hurling’s showpiece event in 2018, with the plan to go one step further. Considering the age profile of Derek McGrath’s team, few are writing off their chances. Meanwhile the footballers will be looking to improve on a promising but ultimately disappointing 2017, where they …

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Five Huge Club Games We Are Looking Forward To This Weekend

As the evenings are drawing in and games to go to are few and far between, the GAA calendar is looking pretty bare as we approach Christmas. Nonetheless, there are still a number of must-see clashes to look forward to with county, provincial and All-Ireland titles are on the line. Here are our pick of the best matches taking place …

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The Last Two County Finals Of The Year Are Taking Place On Sunday

Over the last month or so, attention in the GAA world has turned from the county final scene to the provincial championships, however, for two counties, local deciders are only being played this weekend. For various reasons, the Waterford SFC and Galway SHC finals are taking place this Sunday, the first weekend of December. Despite there being six county senior …

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Increasing Number Of High Level GAA Players Are Turning To An Irish Language Club In Dublin

Na Gaeil Óga

Irish language GAA club Na Gaeil Óga in Dublin were formed in late 2010/early 2011, and have grown ever since. Across hurling, football, ladies football and camogie, the club have steadily been developing in all codes, and are more about just the sports themselves. Attracting players from all over the country due to the cultural and linguistic draw, Na Gaeil Óga have …

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Two Hurling Legends Seek Munster Junior Club Glory On Sunday

There is something special about the club championships, especially at the lower grades, where ordinary, small clubs, often from rural communities go on to achieve extraordinary feats. For many clubs, who take so much pride in having someone from their community represent the county, they have that player lead the charge as they achieve local success. In the Munster JHC, …

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Munster Minor Hurling Championship Set For A Major Overhaul

Change is in the air for the minor hurling championship already, with the grade switching to U17 ahead of the new year. The Munster Council have now made another adjustment to the Munster Minor Hurling Championship, with an overhaul of the structure. Last season, the provincial underage competition gave us some of the best matches seen on hurling fields in …

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Watch: Carlow IT Free-Taker Scores Goal From Over 50-Yards Out In League Final Win

Carlow IT were crowned Higher Education Senior Hurling League champions for a remarkable fourth year in-a-row on Tuesday night with a victory over DCU on a scoreline of 3-20 to 1-17.  The DJ Carey managed institution team completed the historic feat with a solid performance and ran out comfortable winners in the end. Although the Fitzgibbon Cup championship isn’t until …

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