PM O'Sullivan - Columnist - IRISH EXAMINER

PM O'SULLIVAN: Galway had verve because they had nerve

It was moving to see the camp and their supporters hold tight the emotion involved, writes PM O'Sullivan. 

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Galway’s inverted T can crack open Waterford faultline

There was no discussion in print of a Galway innovation against Wexford in 2017’s Leinster Final, writes PM O’Sullivan.

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Northern blues forgotten as attention moves elsewhere

Are we fiddling with sweeper systems while Ulster hurling burns?

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Taking sides in the sweeper debate

Hurling justice delayed, while not ideal, is still justice.

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Déise lack fury to negate Cork panache

Galway are there. Cork and Waterford are nearly there. Hurling is taking its August turns. Lovely late summer cadences.

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Sunny side up for the men of Galway

Here we are, eyeing one of this decade’s most intriguing hurling contests.

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Davy Fitzgerald has a funny record when it comes to logic

Ducking the issue of Sunday’s performance, Davy Fitzgerald seized the underdog factor, writes PM O’Sullivan.

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Clare and Wexford may find themselves all at sea

Four go down to the Lee, as a Cork band of the 1980s was not called.

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PM O'SULLIVAN: A misstep from Clare in the dance of percentages

Lacking immediate inter-county action to contemplate, I got thinking about tangles subsumed under the heading ‘tactics’. 

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Clare look a ballwinner light

Waterford should win but might not. Their main difficulty is their convex tradition against Kilkenny in championship encounters, writes PM O’Sullivan.

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Unfamiliar territory as Brian Cody doesn’t know his best team

While hurling qualifiers easily swerve into a labyrinth, that place of uncertainty and hesitations, Monday’s draw produced straight and narrow terrain, writes PM O’Sullivan.

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PM O'SULLIVAN: Cork doff their caps to Mister Economy

Hurling pauses, if only to catch its breath. 

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