The concern in Cork prior to Sunday’s game was that Waterford, unlike Tipp, would adopt a tough, tight approach, cutting down Rebel space up front, strangling the game.More
Cork need to bring this game down to individual one-on-one battles up front and attempt to undermine the Déise defensive system through long-range scores and by direct running at the heart of the defence, writes Donal O’Grady.More
Wexford may not be favourites, but after their successful league campaign and with a home fixture the level of expectation brings its own pressure. Sometimes, this can overwhelm individuals, leading to simple mistakes, writes Donal O’Grady.More
The new hurling proposals focus almost entirely on the provincial championships. Why is this? asks Donal O’Grady.More
Reviewing this game, Clare will have concerns. Donal O’Grady breaks down the areas they need to work on.More
The provincial championship in Leinster presents what is essentially a three-horse race this summer, writes Donal O’Grady.
Kieran Kingston mentioned on these pages last week the Cork management wanted a performance that would make them proud. After 20 minutes in Semple Stadium on Sunday, that had been achieved.More
Tipp are now on full alert after sleepwalking into Galway, writes Donal O’Grady.
The outcome of this year’s Allianz Hurling League has thrown up many questions about the structure of the competition.More
Tipp rely on Seamus Callanan and John McGrath to create goal chances out of nothing, writes Donal O’Grady.More