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Tipperary Take Exemplary Approach To Managing Fitzgibbon Cup Workload

Tipperary’s season is well and truly up and running, as they recorded their second consecutive win of the Allianz National Hurling League on Saturday evening. Victories over Waterford and Wexford leave the Premier in a solid position in Division 1A, as they look towards the final two games. Next Sunday, they head to Nowlan Park to face Kilkenny, and there’s …

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Davy Fitzgerald: Clare Will Want To Perform Against Me

Davy Fitzgerald Clare

Wexford encountered their first hiccup of the year on Saturday evening as a strong Tipperary performance saw the Yellowbellies head home from Thurles empty-handed. However, such is the nature of Division 1A, Davy Fitzgerald’s side don’t have too much time to lick their wounds as the games are coming thick and fast. Next up is a mouthwatering tie with Clare. …

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Michael Duignan Reveals Why Kilkenny Won’t Win Another All-Ireland Under Cody

Former All-Ireland winner with Offaly turned RTÉ pundit Michael Duignan has claimed that Brian Cody will not be able to win another Liam MacCarthy Cup with Kilkenny. Duignan has also pinpointed where he feels the Cats have gone wrong in recent seasons – ear-marking a lack of stability in defence. Writing in his Irish Daily Mail on Sunday column (via Extra.ie), Duignan …

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All The Results From The Weekend’s National League Fixtures

Hurling took centre stage this weekend in the Allianz National Leagues, however, there was also a number of big ball fixtures around the country. Limerick and Tipperary were able to put their feet up on Sunday after they won their Saturday evening clashes. Elsewhere, Laois defeated Antrim in Division 1B. On Sunday, a scintillating first half performance saw Clare come …

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Tipperary Weather Wexford Comeback In Pulsating Contest

Brian Barry reports from Semple Stadium, Thurles where Tipperary saw off Wexford on a scoreline of 3-21 to 1-21. The Davy Fitzgerald revolution rocked on to Thurles this evening, as the unbeaten Yellowbellies faced their toughest test of the year to date as they took on Tipperary in their backyard. The Premier bounced back from an opening day defeat in …

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