This day last week, former Galway defender Greg Kennedy took to Facebook to unload his thoughts about the state of hurling in the county.More
The nugget of a provincial campaign might be missing but winning a senior county title on the shortest day of the year has a novel ring to it.More
It began with a story this autumn on these pages — but no-one could have imagined the treasure trove of photographic memorabilia the Irish Examiner would help unearth.More
Until just over a year ago, silverware had proven elusive for the current Cloughduv U16 hurling side.More
It may just be that Derek McGrath’s successor benefits from the spade work he’s putting in at the moment.More
Patrick ‘Bonner’ Maher and Paul Murphy sit together in Collins Barracks, Cork, and talk hurling.More
St Colman’s CC, Midleton 4-11 Millstreet CS 0-12
Shane Kearney contributed 2-3 to help St Colman’s to victory in the Cork PPS senior C hurling final at Ballincollig yesterday.
St Francis College, Rochestown 2-9 Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG 1-6
St Francis College, Rochestown finished with a flourish to claim their first O’Callaghan Cup (Cork PPS SAH final) at Cork IT Sports Complex last evening.
A repeat of last year’s semi-final pairing is in store as Dr Harty Cup holders Ardscoil Rís were drawn with Hamilton High School in the quarter-final.More
Clare 2-20 Waterford 0-17
A smooth Clare side, spurred on by goals from David Reidy and Darach Honan, outgunned Waterford by 2-14 to four points in the second half to run out convincing winners of last night’s senior hurling challenge at Fraher Field.
Gort 2-13 Portumna 1-10
Goals from Wayne Walsh and Albert Mullins in the final two minutes fired Gort over the finishing line in yesterday’s Galway SHC final.
Gerard O’Donoghue will line out for Gort at corner-forward in tomorrow’s Galway senior county hurling final against Portumna in Kenny Park, Athenry (1.30pm).More
A major dispute has broken out in Galway GAA over who is to head up hurling in the county.More
St Francis College, Rochestown 2-14 Midleton CBS 1-08
Ciarán Cormack made himself the answer to a quiz question as the curtain finally came down on action in Páirc Uí Chaoimh before its redevelopment.
Sixty years ago, Tipperary had a youngster on the bench for one of the great Munster hurling finals.More
Outgoing Galway hurling committee chairman Joe Byrne has fired a parting shot at the Leinster Council and GAA headquarters for its refusal to allow Galway underage teams partake in the Leinster championships.More
Former Antrim hurling manager Jerry Wallace is to take charge of his native club Midleton for the coming season.More