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Brian Cody Gives New Kilkenny U21 Manager DJ Carey His Full Backing

Independent.ie Fitzgibbon Cup Quarter-Final, Limerick IT, Limerick 24/2/2015 Limerick IT v IT Carlow IT Carlow manager DJ Carey Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

With Kilkenny starved of All-Ireland success at U21 grade since 2008, the Cats have turned to one of the county’s most famous sons to manage next year’s outfit. DJ Carey is one of the most gifted players to ever grace a hurling field. Having been manager of Carlow IT in recent years, he now moves on to guide Kilkenny’s U21 side. ‘The …

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Galway Stalwart Announces Retirement From Intercounty Hurling

GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 14/8/2016 Tipperary vs Galway Galway's Cyril Donnellan Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Galway stalwart Cyril Donnellan has called time on his intercounty hurling career. The 32-year-old Padraig Pearses clubman was a key member of the Galway panel over the last 10 years, helping the Tribesmen to two All-Ireland finals before they got over the line in 2017. A Fitzgibbon Cup winner in 2005, Donnellan went on to make 35 championship appearances with the …

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Anthony Daly Is Back In Management As He Returns To Dublin To Take Over Kilmacud Crokes

Anthony Daly

Former Clare and Dublin manager Anthony Daly is headed back to the capital to take over Kilmacud Crokes. The two-time All-Ireland winning captain is well regarded in Dublin, having led the county to League and Leinster titles. He takes over from fellow Banner native Ollie Baker, who stepped away from the role after Crokes’ county final loss to Cuala. Daly …

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Watch: Seán Óg Ó hAilpín And Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh Discuss Championship 2017 In Fascinating Exchange

In a fascinating exchange, Cork legend Seán Óg Ó hAilpín and veteran broadcaster Micheal Ó Muircheartaigh go over championship 2017 and talk about their love of the sport of hurling. While it is no surprise that Ó hAilpín spoke about the revival of Cork as his stand-out moment of the year, Ó Muircheartaigh revealed that Joe Canning’s wonder score to secure Galway’s …

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Future Of Inter-Provincial Championships Put In Serious Doubt

The Railway Cup is a competition that has failed to really excite the public in the way that it should have in recent years. In theory, having the best players from rival counties come together to represent their province is an idea that should make for top quality action. However, despite once drawing massive crowds to Croke Park when the final was …

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