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Watch: Highlights As Na Piarsaigh Defeat Ballygunner To Claim Munster Club SHC

Na Piarsaigh have won the Munster Senior Hurling Club Championship with victory over Ballygunner today on a scoreline of 3-15 to 2-10.  The Limerick champions secured their fourth Munster crown in seven years in what is truly a remarkable record at provincial level. Every time they have advanced as county champions on to the Munster championship they have taken provincial …

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Danny Sutcliffe: I Must Prove Myself All Over Again

GAA Hurling All Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final, Semple Stadium, Thurles, Tipperary 26/7/2015.Dublin vs Waterford.Dublin's Danny Sutcliffe.Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

Dublin hurlers have been boosted with the return of Danny Sutcliffe to the fold ahead of the forthcoming 2018 season.  However, Sutcliffe knows he will not just walk straight back into the team off reputation alone. Having broken on to the Dublin senior hurling panel in 2011 with a fearsome underage pedigree, winning a Leinster Under-21 Hurling Championship medal in …

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John Hanbury Relishing Clash At ‘Holy Ground’ Of American Sport

BOSTON, MA - NOVEMBER 22: Dublin (in blue) takes on Galway (in red) in a hurling match held at Fenway Park in Boston on Nov. 22, 2015. (Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

As Galway, Dublin, Clare and Tipperary descend on Boston this weekend for the AIG Fenway Classic, there is a buzz around the famous baseball stadium. Home of the Boston Redsox, Fenway is arguably the most iconic venue in American Sports. The Green Monster overlooking the baseball field creates a unique ambiance at the ground. But despite the old school feel to …

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Five Questions Surrounding The Dublin Hurlers Ahead Of 2018

BOSTON, MA - NOVEMBER 22: Dublin (in blue) takes on Galway (in red) in a hurling match held at Fenway Park in Boston on Nov. 22, 2015. (Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

The Pat Gilroy era for Dublin hurling gets underway this weekend in Boston at the AIG Fenway Classic. We look at the key questions surrounding the team as they begin to prepare for 2018. Will the returning party hit the ground running? Danny Sutcliffe was the standout name when the squad for Sunday’s Fenway Classic was named yesterday. More of …

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New Cork Manager John Meyler Announces His Backroom Team For 2018

John Meyler has announced who he will be bringing into the Cork setup as his selectors for the forthcoming season.  Meyler was confirmed as the new Cork senior hurling manager a matter of weeks ago after Kieran Kingston surprisingly stepped away from the post. Rather intriguingly, although Meyler is making the step up from working as a selector under Kingston …

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Five Questions Surrounding The Clare Hurlers Ahead Of 2018

All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter-Final, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Cork 22/7/2017 Clare vs Tipperary Clare's Tony Kelly stands over the ball with a bloodied jersey Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy

As part of our build-up to this weekend’s AIG Fenway Classic, we take a look at Clare, as they begin to prepare for 2018. _____ How will they deal with retirements? For the first time since 2005, Clare will enter a hurling season with no Brendan Bugler, Patrick Donnellan, nor Colin Ryan. The loss of such experience undoubtedly hurts any …

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