While no club sets out at the start of the year with the expressed aim of winning the league, it’s not the worst of consolation prizes.More
Dublin vice-chairman and county coaching officer Sean Shanley has rejected Anthony Daly’s claims that "hurling wastelands" in the capital are being neglected.More
THIS was the company he kept.More
The Tipperary senior hurling team will have a new manager in 2016 after Michael Ryan was formally ratified at last night’s County Board meeting in Thurles to succeed Eamonn O’Shea.More
Former Dublin manager Anthony Daly has rejected criticism of his former players as being "manufactured hurlers" as well as Ger Loughnane’s and Donal Óg Cusack’s stance on the dual player dilemma.More
Outgoing Cork hurling coach Kieran Kingston is convinced the current crop of players can win an All-Ireland title.More
Limerick’s senior hurlers will enjoy a trip to Cheltenham next month, courtesy of team sponsor JP McManus.More
Former Munster and Tipperary chairman Sean Fogarty has criticised the county board for "making a bags" of their fixture list after they conceded another provincial club fixture.More
Tipperary senior hurling team manager Eamon O’Shea is "delighted" Michael Ryan will succeed him in the Premier County hot-seat after the conclusion of the 2015 campaign.More
Kerry chairman Patrick O’Sullivan has welcomed the latest statement by a hurling club from the county in the Munster IHC.More
Limerick chairman Oliver Mann has said Saturday’s junior final scoreline confusion was regrettable.More
Shelmaliers 3-8 St. Anne’s 1-11
Joe Kelly was inspirational as he powered Shelmaliers past St. Anne’s for a historic first Wexford SHC title after this replay victory in atrocious conditions at Wexford Park yesterday.
Castlemartyr 0-18 Ballinhassig 0-10
0-13 to no score was the story of a remarkable second-half turnaround which landed Castlemartyr their first Cork Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship in 50 years.
Fermoy 2-14 Charleville 1-16
This was a monumental grind for the 60-minutes plus.
Thurles Sarsfields 0-18 Templederry Kenyons 1-11
Champions in 2012, Thurles Sarsfields had to work hard for their four-point win over Templederry Kenyons in the second Tipperary SHC semi-final at Semple Stadium, Thurles yesterday.
Loughmore-Castleiney 3-22 Mullinahone 0-14
Holders Loughmore-Castleiney were never troubled as they saw off Mullinahone by 17 points in the Tipperary SHC semi-final at Semple Stadium yesterday.
Lixnaw (Kerry) 3-11 Ballyhea (Cork) 1-14
Lixnaw recorded a famous and unexpected victory yesterday as they saw off a highly fancied Ballyhea side in the Munster Club IHC in tough, blustery conditions in Mallow.
Cushendall (Antrim) 2-10 Slaughtneil (Derry) 0-10
Cushendall scored a goal in each half to book their place in the Ulster senior hurling final for the first time since 2008.
Michael Ryan will succeed Eamon O’Shea as Tipperary senior hurling team manager next year.More
Ireland recorded a sixth successive Senior Hurling/Shinty Series win, while Scotland took U21 and Women’s victories at Páirc Esler on Saturday.More
Eamon O’Shea admitted last night that the prospect of attending to unfinished business was one of the key factors in his decision to commit again to Tipperary for 2015.More
Eamon O’Shea is to continue as Tipperary senior hurling manager, it was confirmed last night.More
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