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Kevin Moran: Hard-working Déise can match any team

Kevin Moran says Waterford are more than a match for any team when they work as hard as they did in Sunday’s Division 1A win over Clare.

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Premier’s Brendan Maher ‘took one for team’

Brendan Maher admits he was previously a jack of all trades for Tipperary and was a player “who took one for the team”.

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Limerick to repay 2008 debt by lining out in Cork

Three of Sunday’s four Allianz Hurling Division 1 quarter-finals form the second part of double-headers, as does the Clare-Dublin relegation play-off in Ennis.

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TJ Reid: Cats haven’t even started hurling yet

TJ Reid has warned rivals Kilkenny have scarcely worked on their hurling yet this year.

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Canning and Burke combine for Galway to topple Limerick

Limerick 1-18 - Galway 0-24: This wasn’t the winner-takes-all promotion decider that many may have predicted from the outset of Division 1B of the Allianz Hurling League but nonetheless it was a key barometer of progress for both managements.

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Lively Cork lay down marker in a free-scoring springtime epic

Cork 0-26 Tipperary 3-16: Fittingly, this NHL clash between Cork and Tipperary was resolved by the game’s dominant personality deep in injury-time, with the result on the line.

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Eoin Kelly claims Cork lack leaders

The consensus was almost instant a couple of Saturdays ago.

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