The Waterford County Board have taken the extraordinary decision to cancel all of the senior hurlers’ training until after the May Bank Holiday weekend.More
Looking at how Kilkenny are shaping up right now, it’s in defence where there is most uncertainty concerning championship team personnel.More
Just over three months ago the Clare senior hurling management team started the new season with one aim: to create problems for themselves.More
With summer fare not quite yet in view, Cork’s football interests once again centre on the county’s U21 outfit, Donal O’Sullivan’s minors a distant afterthought.More
Brendan Bugler believes the Tipperary players are “very, very jealous” of what Clare achieved in winning last year’s All-Ireland title.More
Joe Canning will lead Galway out for the first time in his career on Sunday when he captains the Tribesmen in their bid to topple Kilkenny in the Allianz Hurling League semi-final.More
Cork defender Conor O’Sullivan is confident of being fit in time for the Munster SHC opener with Waterford on May 25.More
Offaly 3-19 Kerry 0-14
It hardly seems fair that a Kerry hurling side with six straight wins behind them didn’t earn promotion from Division 2A, while Offaly, with one win from six, were saved from the drop.
Offaly v Kerry, HL Division 1B
Brian Whelahan is the most decorated player in Offaly’s hurling history.
Sky Sports’ GAA debut will feature a roofless stand as a new one won’t be ready in time for the Leinster SHC quarter-final between Kilkenny and Offaly in Nowlan Park on June 7.More
Waterford 1-13 Clare 0-11
A sluggish start by All-Ireland champions Waterford to the start of their 2014 campaign in this Munster MHC quarter-final in Ennis yesterday evening but a winning start nonetheless, a late surge of 1-5 without reply enough to edge them past the dogged challenge of the home side.
Cork 5-26 Kerry 0-09
Cork had far too much firepower for Kerry in Páirc Uí Rinn last night, setting up a Munster MHC semi-final at the end of June with the winners of tonight’s game between Limerick and Tipperary.
Limerick begin the defence of their Munster MHC title at the Gaelic Grounds tonight (7pm) against Tipperary, the county they beat in last year’s semi-final (1-17 to 0-17) en-route to claiming a first minor provincial crown since 1984.More