Dublin today began the search for a new senior hurling manager after Anthony Daly stepped down as manager.More
Eamon O’Shea reduces the challenge of preparing a team for an All-Ireland final to its basics.More
At times, it’s with a polite or roundabout rebuttal that Brian Cody answers a question.More
Tipperary defender Michael Cahill is undergoing intensive treatment in a race to be fit for Sunday’s All-Ireland senior hurling final against Kilkenny.More
Players from two of the three teams both Kilkenny and Tipperary have beaten this summer expect the Cats to edge Sunday’s All-Ireland final.More
Thousands of passengers flying with Etihad Airways on Sunday will be able to tune in and watch the All-Ireland SHC final live.More
Brian Cody says he gleaned nothing from Clare in their All-Ireland-winning season last year.More
Injured Kilkenny star Michael Rice has echoed his manager’s assertion that Henry Shefflin is capable of starting the All-Ireland final and lasting the 70 minutes against Tipperary next Sunday.More
Douglas 2-21 Midleton 2-16 Dublin, you know, weren’t the only champions to fall yesterday afternoon.More
Clarecastle, Cratloe, Clonlara and Crusheen will be in the pot for thesemi-final draw after quarter-final victories at the weekend over Ballyea, Éire Óg, O’Callaghan’s Mills and Newmarket-on-Fergus respectively.More
Reigning champions Oulart-the-Ballagh powered their way to a comfortable 4-15 to 2-14 victory over Rathnure in their Wexford SHC clash at St. Patrick’s Park, Enniscorthy, on Saturday.More
Tommy Buggy is on the phone for much of the All-Ireland U16 hurling decider, his wife requiring an update on the state of play with every passing minute.More
Kilkenny passed a test of stamina to take back their second Tony Forristal U14 title in three years at Walsh Park on Saturday evening.More
St Brendan’s, Ardfert 0-9 Lixnaw 0-9 Even the introduction of former Kerry football star Paul Galvin, failed to ignite this drab SHC semi-final as holders St Brendan’s, Ardfert, were forced to come from behind in the final quarter to force a replay with Lixnaw.More
Belmont produced their best performance of the summer on Saturday, beating Drumcullen 3-26 to 2-12 to secure their place in the Offaly SHC quarter-finals.More
An investigation has been launched by the Cork County Board into the mass brawl which marred Saturday’s fourth round SHC clash between Glen Rovers and Bishopstown.More
Blackrock 2-24 Na Piarsaigh 2-10
In the end, it was a comfortable victory for Blackrock as they collected their fourth successive Cork City U21 A hurling championship title.
Antrim 1-10 Clare 4-28
Not much has changed in a year, evidently, as Clare demolished Antrim by 27 points in last Saturday’s Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-final at Semple Stadium.
A free-for-all involving both teams and subs, precipitated by the dismissal of Cork captain Patrick Horgan and his direct opponent Colm O’Driscoll after six minutes, is certain to have repercussions for Glen Rovers and Bishopstown after a stormy fourth round Cork SHC game in Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday which eventually finished 13-a-side.More
Galway 1-19 Wexford 1-21
JJ Doyle is a man who concentrates on controllables.
Tipperary senior hurling champions, Loughmore-Castleiney suffered a shock defeat in the Mid Division’s SHC semi-final, losing to Upperchurch -Drombane 2-19 to 1-21 after extra-time at Templemore yesterday.More
Maurice Shanahan measured a last-minute free to supply Lismore with the draw they required on Saturday night to reach the quarter-finals and nudged Fourmilewater towards the relegation play-off.More
Killeagh 1-18 Courcey Rovers 0-16
Joe Deane seized centre stage at Riverstown on Saturday night with a magnificent performance for his club Killeagh who squeezed out Courcey Rovers in the Cork SHC relegation final.
Glen Rovers 2-16 Bishopstown 1-08
We can only speculate on how this game might have ended if both had their full complement of players for the duration of the game.
The hurt on the faces of the Courcey Rovers players and officials told the story.More
St Finbarr’s 3-12 Erin’s Own 1-9
They may have lined out in yellow, but there was blue all over this tremendous St Finbarr’s performance at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday, as they upset the form book with a comprehensive Cork SHC fourth round victory over fancied Erin’s Own.