The Hurling 2020 committee is expected to recommend penalties be changed from the current one forward versus three defenders on the goal-line to one forward versus the goalkeeper.More
It’s just as well Eamon O’Shea is on the verge of staying on as Tipperary manager for a third season.More
Limerick star Gavin O’Mahony has promised Cork champions Sarsfields a warm welcome to Kilmallock on November 9.More
Tipperary officials met with Eamon O’Shea yesterday as both parties moved closer to an agreement that should see the county’s senior hurling team manager remain in charge for the 2015 season.More
Kieran Joyce believe it’s a done deal that Brian Cody will remain in charge of Kilkenny and attempt to preside over a new era of dominance.More
Cork U21A HC final: A less-than-charitable assessment heard regarding the recent Carrigaline-Shandrum U21AHC semi-final was the sides were battling for the right to be beaten in the final by Blackrock.More
Cork U21B HC final: With nine Cork SFC titles, the most recent in 2009, Clonakilty are seen as a footballing powerhouse.More
Brian Cody has avoided suspension for comments about referee Barry Kelly in the wake of Kilkenny’s All-Ireland hurling final replay win over Tipperary last month.More
Waterford hurling stalwarts Fergal Hartley and John Galvin believe the county is set for a "sustained fallow period" inside the whitewash, calling for patience from the Déise public to allow manager Derek McGrath rebuild the senior team.More
Ironically, one Cork goalkeeping legend may have pointed out the biggest problem facing another in Dublin.More
Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG 2-14 St Colman’s College 0-7
A quarter-final place in this year’s Dr Harty Cup beckons for Gaelcholáiste Mhuire after an excellent performance against St Colman’s at Watergrasshill yesterday.
Midleton CBS 0-11 CBS HS Clonmel 0-10
Gary Leahy’s injury-time winner won a disappointing Harty Cup clash for three-time champions Midleton CBS at Fraher Field yesterday.
A last-minute point from Cian Magner-Flynn earned West Limerick Colleges a draw against Thurles CBS in their Group 1 clash at Claughaun GAA Club yesterday.More
Waterford hurler Kevin Moran has hailed Seamus Prendergast as "one of the true greats" to wear the Déise jersey.More
Waterford GAA chiefs have confirmed they will not lobby the province to bring Munster senior championship hurling to Walsh Park in 2015.More
With 19 victories, famed Cork hurling nursery North Monastery trail only St Flannan’s College on the Dr Harty Cup roll of honour.More
The Galway senior hurling championship has been thrown into chaos following the decision of the Disputes Resolution Authority (DRA) to quash the Galway CCC’s ruling dumping Turloughmore out of the competition.More
Sars pair Alan Kennedy and Daniel Kearney recount the nightmare county final of 2009, that feeling of emptiness at having been so ruthlessly exposed, at having failed to show up.More
Ballyhea 1-17 Newcestown 0-16
In recent years, the little village of Ballyhea on the Cork-Limerick road has become associated with saying no.
Sarsfields 2-18 Glen Rovers 0-8
An afternoon where the new order planted its crest onto the summit of Cork hurling, where sentiment and romance for the old world was ruthlessly crushed.
A super goal from Keith Hogan, brother of county star Brian, fired holders Clara to victory over a young James Stephens team in the first round of the Kilkenny senior hurling championship yesterday.More
Castlemartyr 0-19 Cloughduv 1-16
Substitute Colm Ryan was the hero for Cloughduv in this Cork JHC semi-final, scoring 1-2 on his introduction, including a levelling free from his own 65 with the last puck of the game.
A huge weekend of senior hurling activity saw the Tipperary SHC championship reduced to the last eight, and while there were no major upsets, there were some very significant results, not least the victory of Thurles Sarsfields over Drom-Inch.More
Pat Ryan could see it coming.More