Retired Bishop of Killaloe Willie Walsh helped coach St Flannan’s College to five Harty Cup and All-Ireland titles and is as passionate as ever about his old alma mater as they bid to win a first Munster Colleges crown in 15 years, writes.
Fri, 14 Feb, 2020
The depth of affection for the late Tony Keady far beyond Galway’s borders was underlined again on Saturday when a deputation from Cork visited Oranmore to make a presentation of Cork hurling memorabilia to the Keady family,.
Mon, 25 Sep, 2017
There can’t be many upsides to losing an All-Ireland final but it was put to Kevin Moran yesterday that their loss to Galway had at least avoided the spectacle of John Mullane riding a horse through Waterford City in his birthday suit.
Wed, 20 Sep, 2017
Sun, 23 Apr, 2017
WHEN Sixmilebridge overcame Cratloe in the Clare senior hurling semi-final, the focus fell on veteran keeper Davy Fitzgerald who, despite being out of the game for a number of years, answered an emergency call and showed he had lost little of the nerve and catlike reactions that had seen him win two All-Irelands with Clare in the mid-90s.
Sat, 22 Oct, 2011
JUST over 21-years-ago Clare side Newmarket-on-Fergus defeated St Finbarr’s in the first round of the Munster club hurling championship. Other than the fact that St Finbarr’s were the reigning champions at the time there was little else of significance about the result.
Sat, 30 Nov, 2002