Referees are losing touch with modern hurling, warns former Limerick player and manager TJ Ryan.
TJ Ryan and Mark Landers review the Allianz Hurling League weekend with Anthony Daly.
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Former Limerick hurler and manager TJ Ryan reveals what he looks for as a rule of thumb when assessing the very best hurlers
The inconsistency which plagued Cork football in recent seasons is no longer an issue, according to goalkeeper Mark White.
Passing to the goalkeeper in Gaelic football may become a thing of the past after Special Congress in October, GAA president John Horan has revealed.
The two teams promoted from Division 3 of the Allianz League next year may yet earn a reprieve from the proposed second-tier championship.
Roscommon captain Enda Smith concedes he and his team-mates were “embarrassed” by their displays in the Super 8s last season.
At a time when “too many” competitions provide second and third chances, Cork U20 hurling manager Denis Ring has stressed the importance of the U20 championship retaining its knockout format.
GAA president John Horan has condemned Colm O’Rourke for questioning the presence of Dublin CEO John Costello on the new fixtures calendar review task force.
Michael Bohane is Munster Intermediate champion following a commanding win over Paul Buckley at Baile Bhuirne on Sunday.
It was understandable that John Kiely not so much took offence, but bristled at the suggestion that Limerick showed signs of Kilkenny ruthlessness last Sunday.
“Getting the heads right” will be crucial if Limerick are to buck the dreadful All-Ireland semi-final record of recent Munster champions, according to Treaty midfielder Cian Lynch.
Twelve months ago against Mayo in the famous ‘Newbridge or Nowhere’ Qualifier, quality Kildare forwards like Niall Kelly, Paddy Brophy, Paul Cribben, and Daniel Flynn were inspirational.
Such is the bond between the two Ryder Cup veterans, Ian Poulter needed little persuasion from tournament host Paul McGinley to commit to this week’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open.
Capacity concerns and Galway and Mayo’s refusal to toss a coin for home advantage meant their All-Ireland SFC Round 4 game was fixed for the LIT Gaelic Grounds this Saturday evening (7pm).
Cork football manager Ronan McCarthy has said it is “vital” for the development of his team that they progress to the Super 8s.
Of all the metrics we can use to calibrate Colm Collins’ success with Clare, the county’s Championship record before and after he took over is most revealing.
At last year’s Wexford GAA convention, chairman Derek Kent presented the end-of-year accounts along with treasurer Andrew Nolan. A surplus of €481,000 was recorded.
I always get a little uneasy when my thinking is too aligned with the majority.
Wexford have taken the physical battle for possession to a level beyond even Kilkenny’s great four-in-a-row All-Ireland winners, believes former Cats captain Brian Hogan.
Five lessons from the weekend.
The times for the All-Ireland hurling preliminary quarter-finals have been confirmed.
Anthony Daly reviews the hurling weekend with Brian Hogan, TJ Ryan and Ger Cunningham.
Round 4 of the All-Ireland football qualifiers has pitted Ronan McCarthy's Cork against Laois while Mayo will face Connacht rivals, Galway in the pick of next weekend's clashes .
Limerick goalkeeper Nickie Quaid has taken umbrage with suggestions the Treaty County could have done more to beat Tipperary in the last round of the Munster SHC a fortnight ago, a result they emphatically reversed yesterday.
Liam Sheedy expects his Tipperary team to bounce back from their first defeat of the summer, as convincing as it was.
You can throw a bone to Brian Cody but you can’t expect him to bite on it.
A tiered All-Ireland senior football championship moved closer at the weekend with a Central Council decision to advance two proposals to Special Congress in Cork on October 19.
Davy Fitzgerald spoke about the atmosphere they have created together. How they arrive for training an hour before it starts, sit around and chat, and generally enjoy each other’s company before getting down to business.
Limerick manager John Kiely wasn’t wearing any comparisons to Kilkenny in their pomp yesterday, saying “We are Limerick, we are ourselves”.
When you referee a provincial final it puts you in a good position for later on in the year and both Paud O’Dwyer and John Keenan will feel they didn’t lose any ground after their performances yesterday.
The Limerick forwards are more concerned with making tackles than popping points, according to Munster final top-scorer Peter Casey.
Ever the perfectionist, Limerick manager John Kiely bemoaned the goals his side left after them yesterday, despite their double-digit hammering of Tipperary.
In emphatic style, All-Ireland champions Limerick claimed a first Munster title in six years in front of a packed LIT Gaelic Grounds.
There was a famous photograph taken in 2000 at a Leinster U21 final, shortly after Offaly had dethroned Cork to reach the All-Ireland senior final, where they were due to square up to Kilkenny again.
Interim Offaly manager Joachim Kelly met with the county’s embattled hurlers for the first time yesterday evening.
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