Hurling needs heavier sliotar

For the second Sunday in a row, Ballygiblin’s Darragh Flynn performed heroics for the Cork minors.

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Munster Championship attendances on the rise

Attendances for the opening two rounds of the Munster senior hurling championship are up over 15% on last year’s corresponding four fixtures.

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Kiely promises response after ‘litany of mistakes’

Limerick manager John Kiely considers their trip to Waterford on Sunday week as a must-win game following yesterday’s setback.

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What changed in a week for Cork hurlers?

Following an opening week defeat by Tipperary, Cork turned around their Munster SHC campaign with an impressive seven-point win over All-Ireland champions Limerick. ...

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Cork back on track in Munster Championship after win over All-Ireland champions Limerick

Cork’s Championship is well and truly back up-and-running after this fine victory over the All-Ireland champions in the LIT Gaelic Grounds.

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Blue Panther Anton O’Toole did it all with humility

The GAA world yesterday began to pay its respects to Dublin football great Anton O’Toole, 68, following his death after a 15-month battle with cancer.

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Restarts - not reflexes - the key skillset for goalkeepers

DIARMUID O’Sullivan was amongst the first to highlight the significance of Seán O’Donnell in Limerick’s backroom team last year.

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Team news: John Meyler makes four changes as Cork bid to topple Limerick

John Meyler has reacted to Cork’s defeat to Tipperary by making four changes for tomorrow’s Munster SHC Round 2 in the LIT Gaelic Grounds.

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Counihan: 'We will be trying to have a bit of pride in playing for Cork'

Conor Counihan’s role as Cork’s Gaelic football project coordinator doesn’t officially commence until June 3rd but he’s already on duty.

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Here's five thing the Cork hurlers have to do to get summer back on track

Eighteen years have elapsed since a 15-man Cork last lost a Championship game to Limerick over 70 minutes. But defeat on Sunday at the Gaelic Grounds puts John Meyler's ...

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Conor Counihan appointed as project co-ordinator for Gaelic football in Cork

Cork’s 2010 All-Ireland SFC winning manager Conor Counihan has been appointed as project co-ordinator for Gaelic football.

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DRA lifts ban on Glanmire officers

Three officers of the Glanmire Ladies Gaelic Football Club have had their 24-month suspensions for bringing the LGFA into disrepute overturned by the Disputes Resolution ...

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O’Sullivan says Cork must up work-rate after Tipp defeat

Diarmuid O’Sullivan believes the work-rate of the Cork attack has to improve significantly if they are to bounce back from Sunday’s defeat to Tipperary. ...

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One foul swoop and access all areas in peril

On the de facto opening Championship weekend, Greg Kennedy provided a whopper.

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Sheedy: Tipp redemption won’t come in one afternoon

Grounded in reality but brimming with optimism, Liam Sheedy gave a precise snapshot of where his mind is after this opening win.

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Tipperary show their class to earn first win in Cork for seven years

Tipperary claimed their first win over Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh in seven years but perhaps, more importantly, their first victory in Munster since ...

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One new face in Cork line-up for clash with Tipperary

Castlelyons’ Niall O’Leary is the new face in the named Cork team to take on Tipperary in Sunday’s Munster SHC Round 1 clash as John Meyler goes ...

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Kildare struggle with tag of favourites, admits O’Neill

Kildare are heading into a Leinster opener as favourites, but Cian O’Neill accepts his group have a difficulty with expectation.

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Mattie Kenny won’t look back as Dublin primed to attack Kilkenny

If the Leinster SHC has prompted you to experience déjà vu, you’re not alone. For the second season in a row, Galway commence their campaign ...

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Ryan will marshal Cusack Park sidelines like Solomon

Selling Christy Ryan the idea of being interviewed is as entertaining as the official chat itself.

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Reasons to be fearful for the football championship

Last Friday’s Leinster Championships launch attempted to offer something for everybody.

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Eugene McGee was a trendsetter

Before our time, we’re reliably informed there were GAA journalists considered dedicated followers of fashion.

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Shane McGrath: Tipperary will be driven by critics

Ex-Tipperary captain Shane McGrath senses Liam Sheedy’s team are driven by the negativity that followed their middling league campaign and disappointing 2018 ...

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Brian Carroll: Everything set up to suit Munster elite

Former Offaly hurler Brian Carroll insists the same rules should apply to Munster as they do to Leinster and relegation has to be a factor.

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Eugene McGee 'was without doubt one of the greats'

Longford man McGee guided the Faithful County to their famous 1982 All-Ireland final win, denying Kerry the five-in-a-row, as well as three consecutive Leinster ...

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Jim Gavin open to prospect of Diarmuid Connolly returning to Dublin panel

Jim Gavin remains coy about the prospects of Diarmuid Connolly rejoining the Dublin senior panel.

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Seán Cleere to referee Cork v Tipperary again in Championship opener

Cork captain Seamus Harnedy will come face to face with the referee who has sent him off twice in the last 15 months in Sunday week’s Munster SHC Round 1 game ...

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Time to seed Munster SHC over Leinster?

Tickets for one of the most eagerly awaited Munster senior hurling championships go on sale tomorrow and the provincial council are expecting strong sales.

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Tony Davis: Cork are where they should be

A second tier championship is exactly where Cork senior footballers deserve to be at the moment, according to former defender Tony Davis.

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‘People have got so busy’: How modern life is putting clubs at risk

Frank Murphy’s tenure may have ended in Cork but Bobby Hazelwood is still standing, 31 years after he took the reins as secretary of Castletownroche GAA club. ...

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Perfect storm sees Valentia forced to forfeit Kerry championship game

In February, Valentia put forward a motion to Congress calling for U17s to be allowed play senior for junior clubs in non-championship matches but it was defeated.

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Kerry boss Fintan O’Connor maintains Shane Conway ‘victim of own success’

Kerry manager Fintan O’Connor regrets highlighting that Shane Conway was “singled out” in last month’s Allianz Division 2A final defeat to ...

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GAA to expand hurling referee roster

The GAA are set to return to naming a panel of 14 referees across their top two hurling championships.

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Strength of Munster SHC set to boost GAA’s negotiating hand

The popularity and competitiveness of the Munster SHC should strengthen the GAA’s hand when they negotiate their next round of All-Ireland SHC deals, according ...

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Camogie needs to change with the times

It’s another couple of months before Sinéad McNulty commences her role as chief executive of the Camogie Association but what should be at the top of ...

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O'Shea and Conway honoured as UCC dominate college awards

A UCC or a Kerry double, that is the question as Shane Conway and Seán O’Shea have been honoured as the best Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon and Sigerson ...

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John Sexton calls for zero tolerance on referee abuse

Munster GAA referees’ committee secretary John Sexton says a zero-tolerance approach to abuse of match officials must extend to club level.

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Devine: ‘I couldn’t see myself going back. It’s too many hours’

At the tender age of 23, Dr Tom Devine bid farewell to inter-county hurling. It had been on the cards.

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Seamus Harnedy and Conor Delaney cleared to play after ban appeals succeed

Cork captain Seamus Harnedy and Kilkenny’s Conor Delaney are free to play their counties’ respective provincial championship round one games following ...

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Stapleton: Club games schedule not a job for managers

Inter-county managers should not be able to dictate when club games are played, according to former Tipperary defender Paddy Stapleton.

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Munster hurling remains big TV draw

Ten, if not all 11, Munster senior hurling championship games are in line to be televised live across May and June.

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Time for the GAA to reassess parish rule

The week before last, the Irish Examiner reported on a rural GAA seminar staged by Club Tyrone in Garvaghey. Last Saturday week was a day for kindred spirits fighting ...

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Dublin strengthen backroom for five-in-a-row bid

Three of Mayo’s previous management team have now linked up with rivals of the recently-crowned Division 1 champions.

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Will spring form translate into summer starts for Munster's top players?

We are a week into Munster Championship Lent. The 40 days and 40 nights before the start of the Munster SHC on May 12 commenced last Tuesday.

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Partnership with LIT 'a win for all concerned', says Limerick's John Cregan

The home of the reigning All-Ireland senior hurling champions will be known as the LIT Gaelic Grounds from the outset of this year’s inter-county championships. ...

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How a GAA documentary has helped save lives

A documentary comparing the current cardiac scoring of the Down and Meath panels that faced off in the 1991 All-Ireland final has saved a number of lives.

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The John Fogarty Interview: Sugrue’s Laois going through the gears

Nine years living in Laois, John Sugrue considers himself naturalised, but after guiding the Leinster county to a second successive

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John Meyler still hopes Harnedy can face Tipp

Twenty-seven days since he was sent off and Cork senior hurling captain Seamus Harnedy’s championship availability is still not clear, admits John Meyler.

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Moran can start making new collage after Mayo end hoodoo

At the ninth time of asking, Andy Moran was a winner in a national senior final on Sunday — and boy did it feel sweet.

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Is semi-pro county scene the result we want?

The GAA owe Cork a debt of gratitude. Who would have thought we would be able to say that so soon after the county’s winter of discontent?

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