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Offaly Hurling Once Again Searching For New Manager

The Offaly hurlers are once again searching for a new manager after Kevin Ryan stepped down. The Waterford native spent just one year in charge of the Faithful County.  After yet another disappointing year for Offaly hurling, their county board will be in need of a new manager. This comes after Eamonn Kelly resigned after just one year in charge …

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Combined XV From The Four All-Ireland Hurling Quarter-Finalists

The hurling championship resumes this weekend with both quarter-finals taking place in Cork. With the provincial championships wrapped up, there are only five games left in Championship 2017.  Both Wexford and Clare will be looking to bounce back from provincial final defeats, while, Tipperary and Waterford will hope to carry their qualifier form as they bid to reach Croke Park …

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Are Waterford Capable Of Winning Liam MacCarthy In 2017?

Having overcome neighbours Kilkenny in the qualifiers two weeks ago, can the Déise finally capture Liam MacCarthy in 2017? While it will be difficult, there are reasons to suggest that maybe 2017 will be the year Waterford win a first All-Ireland title since 1959. Hurling is a funny game and one result can change everything. The general consensus in Waterford …

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GAA Hit Back At Michael Duignan Criticism Of Sky Deal

Following on from his criticism during The Sunday Game last week, the GAA have hit back at Michael Duignan. Croke Park stadium and commercial director, Peter McKenna has questioned the legitimacy of Duignan’s claims. The Offaly man took it upon himself to represent the free-to-air supporters following the Waterford and Kilkenny game. Many supporters were left angered by the fact that …

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TV Details For The Rest Of The GAA Championships

Now that we have hit mid-July, we are are at the business end of the GAA championships. There are just six counties left in the hunt for the Liam MacCarthy Cup while 14 teams are still involved in the race for Sam Maguire. Armchair fans will be glad to know that from here on out, the rest of the championship …

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Massive Injury Concern For Clare Ahead Of All-Ireland Quarter-Final

Munster GAA Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final, Semple Stadium, County Tipperary 4/6/2017 Limerick vs Clare Clare's David McInerney celebrates after the game with Jason McCarthy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Clare have been dealt an injury blow as they begin preparations for their All-Ireland quarter-final clash with Tipperary.  David McInerney strained his hamstring in training on Tuesday night and is now in a race against time to be fit for the July 22 meeting with the reigning All-Ireland champions, according to Club Clare. This news will come as a cause …

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