On Wednesday night I took out a pen and paper and wrote down an alternative Dublin team to the one that is selected for tomorrow in Tullamore.
Former Dublin hurling boss Humphrey Kelleher has called into question the managerial credentials of Ger Cunningham, claiming Michael Carton’s decision to quit the squad is a direct result of his manager’s actions.
Just as referees’ performances are open to criticism when it’s deserved, they should be praised when it’s due.
Tipperary 2-23 Dublin 0-16, Semple Stadium
The tactical battles that will decide the games in Thurles
Kilkenny 0-24 Dublin 1-9
Dublin won’t be giving up their crown with a major fight
ANTHONY Nash may have tagged in Patrick Horgan on Sunday but we haven’t seen the last of the goalkeeper’s thunderbolts. Not by a, ahem, long shot.
Dublin 0-22 Wexford 1-14
Wexford 1-14 Dublin 0-22
This weekend offers Wexford a chance to stake a claim at the top table of hurling with a win over reigning Leinster champions Dublin after years in the wilderness.
Dublin hurling captain Johnny McCaffrey is confident the reigning Leinster champions will not be hindered by an 11-week lay-off ahead of their provincial opener against Wexford on Saturday night.
Waterford 1-17 Dublin 4-13
I fancied one of the Division 1A games would be a draw this week and I was right, with Clare and Galway finishing all square in Ennis.
Tipperary 1-19 Dublin 0-19
ALLIANZ HL DIV 1A:
Dublin 1-22 Kilkenny 3-13 Dublin picked up their second win of the National Hurling League Division 1A thanks to a storming first-half half display against Kilkenny.
Waterford 1-13 Dublin 1-10
Manager Derek McGrath believes that there is a strong argument for appealing Michael Walsh’s straight red card as Waterford face into key away games against Clare and Kilkenny.
WATERFORD 1-13 DUBLIN 1-10
Dublin 2-17 Clare 0-17
Dublin manager Anthony Daly is thankful that his troops only have a week to wait to get yesterday's drubbing by Galway out of their system.
Galway 0-28 Dublin 1-12
I’m living in the heart of rural Clare but I could be by the sea. Looking out my window I only see water and wind whipping up the whitecaps and it makes me wonder — will these games go ahead at all this weekend? Should these games go ahead?
Our lowdown of this weekend's GAA action
Armagh GAA chiefs were remaining tight-lipped yesterday regarding the removal of Patrick Óg Nugent from the position of county secretary.
Paul Ryan struck 2-6 as Ballyboden St Enda’s overcame county champions Kilmacud Crokes by 3-14 to 2-13 in their Dublin SHC quarter-final at O’Toole Park yesterday afternoon.
Ryan O’Dwyer looks set to sit out the majority of Dublin’s Allianz Hurling League campaign.
Lucan Sarsfields, Cuala, Crumlin and Kilmacud Crokes all advanced to the last four of the Dublin SHC over the weekend.
I have some advice for Anthony Daly this Monday morning.
When wing-back Nicky O’Connell picked up his second yellow card in just the 37th minute of this hurling qualifier in Ennis on Saturday evening it should have signalled the end for Clare.
Kilkenny 2-21 Dublin 0-9
Tony Browne is not included in Waterford’s starting side for Sunday’s Munster SHC semi-final clash with Clare.
Tomás Brady, Stephen Hiney and Conal Keaney will complete their recoveries from cruciate knee ligament injuries when they line out for Dublin against Laois tomorrow evening.
Paul Schutte is the latest in a line of Dublin hurlers to be struck down by a cruciate knee ligament injury.
A rollicking Allianz Hurling League Division 1A relegation final in Tullamore yesterday.
Dublin 2-20 Galway 0-26 (after extra-time)
Had Dublin converted all their opportunities from placed balls during their barren league campaign, they could now very easily be on course to retain the title won in such glorious fashion last year.
Peter Kelly and Paul Ryan have returned from injury to take their places in the Dublin team to face Galway in Sunday's Allianz Hurling League Division 1A relegation play-off.
Dublin 2-15 Tipperary 0-21
Ahead of tomorrow's Allianz Hurling League encounter with Tipperary, Dublin manager Anthony Daly has confirmed that Paul Ryan has been ruled out of action for six weeks.
The Dublin hurlers have confirmed that star forward Paul Ryan is facing up to six weeks on the sidelines.
The last time a competition ended like this, it must have been the OK Corral in 1881.
Kilkenny 5-16 Dublin 6-12
It’s a five-match sprint, you’ve lost your opening two games — where would you least like to go in search of two points in the Allianz Hurling League?
His Dublin side were beaten by Cork on Sunday but manager Anthony Daly took solace in his players’ performance, and in particular Danny Sutcliffe’s five points from play.
Teddy McCarthy’s Laois hurling fortunes received another boost yesterday as his new charges battled to a three point Walsh Cup quarter-final victory over injury-ravaged Dublin in O’Moore Park.
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