Eoin Cadogan commits to Cork hurlers in 2018

Eoin Cadogan was back training with Cork last night - but with a hurley and sliotar, not a football - confirming his decision to switch codes and commit to the Cork hurlers in 2018.

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Walsh Park only Waterford venue in line for an upgrade

Waterford County Board chairman Paddy Joe Ryan has emphasised that Walsh Park in Waterford city is the only venue that will be upgraded as per the wishes of officials in Croke Park.

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Clare joint-managers didn’t claim expenses in 2017

The joint-managers of the Clare hurling team, Gerry O’Connor and Donal Moloney, did not claim any expenses in 2017, outgoing county board treasurer Bernard Keane revealed last night.

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Kilkenny chiefs fear impact of rate-change on Nowlan Park

Kilkenny GAA chiefs have slammed “draconian rates” that could spell the end of their pursuit of big games and the staging of concerts in Nowlan Park.

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Sports Manager of the Year Michéal Donoghue: Galway primed to back up magical year

September is long gone now. The last strains of ‘The West’s Awake’ have petered out on the cold winter winds as a New Year clears its throat but still the hurlers from Galway continue to rack up the prizes.

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Con O’Callaghan could feature for Dublin hurlers for ‘part of a season’

New Dublin hurling coach Anthony Cunningham has raised the exciting possibility of sharing dual prodigy Con O’Callaghan with the county footballers for “part of a season”.

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Davy Fitzgerald brands talk of Leinster or All-Ireland glory ‘rubbish’

Davy Fitzgerald believes he’s way ahead of schedule with the Wexford hurlers yet has described talk of winning the Leinster or All-Ireland titles in 2018 as “a load of rubbish”.

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Michael Ryan: Moving All-Ireland final date from September slot was a mistake

The decision to bring forward the date of the All-Ireland hurling final to mid-August was a mistake, according to Tipperary manager Michael Ryan.

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Tipperary secretary's report: Jason Forde was found ‘guilty by association’

Tipperary GAA secretary Tim Floyd has claimed that Jason Forde was found “guilty by association” earlier this year when he served a one-match suspension for his infamous clash with Davy Fitzgerald.

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Waterford spent €872,000 on inter-county sides

Waterford shelled out €872,607 on inter-county teams in 2017 but the board still reported a surplus of €30,630 in their annual accounts.

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2018 Munster Hurling League confirmed for 2017 start as fixtures are released

The first shots of the 2018 GAA season will be fired in 2017 in Munster.

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