At this time of year when you’d nearly get the impression that every county player would rather he was anything else, it’s worth bearing in mind that there have been some players that we haven’t heard complain about their plight.
Wed, 17 Jan, 2018
Mon, 09 Nov, 2015
IT was 1984, centenary year of the GAA, and in Kilkenny, the land where hurling is the major religion, Ballyhale Shamrocks reigned supreme. Just once in the previous six years (1981), was their authority broken, beaten by The Village, the legendary James Stephens club in the city.
Sat, 05 Sep, 2009
There were shocks on the double in the Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship as reigning champions Ballyhale Shamrocks of Kilkenny were dismissed by Birr while Dublin champions Ballyboden St. Enda’s have booked a place in the Leinster final at the first time of asking.
Sun, 18 Nov, 2007
After four long months, the controversial and divisive Mark Vaughan affair finally ended yesterday with the news that the St Brigid’s club will not be taking their case to the courts and will abide by the decision of the Disputes Resolution Authority.
Sat, 17 Sep, 2005