Dublin 0-16 Tipperary 2-23
Tipperary 2-23 Dublin 0-16, Semple Stadium
Kilkenny 0-24 Dublin 1-9
Dublin won’t be giving up their crown with a major fight
Wexford 1-14 Dublin 0-22
Waterford 1-17 Dublin 4-13
Tipperary 1-19 Dublin 0-19
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
Dublin 2-17 Clare 0-17
Galway 0-28 Dublin 1-12
Clare 1-16 Dublin 0-16
Tony Browne is not included in Waterford’s starting side for Sunday’s Munster SHC semi-final clash with Clare.
A rollicking Allianz Hurling League Division 1A relegation final in Tullamore yesterday.
Dublin 2-20 Galway 0-26 (after extra-time)
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 last time a competition ended like this, it must have been the OK Corral in 1881.
Kilkenny 5-16 Dublin 6-12
Cork left Croke Park with their second Allianz HL Division 1A victory yesterday, a win that looked unlikely in a game which Dublin dominated for long periods.
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.
Tipperary 1-19 Dublin 0-18
CONSIDERING the past couple of days, never mind yesterday’s achievement, it was understandable Anthony Daly was a little emotional afterwards.
Dublin 3-13 Limerick 0-18
THEY ensured the league ended in a blaze of colour but it is the championship arena where the progress of the Dublin hurlers will be properly gauged.
ALAN McCRABBE has fanned the flames of the Hawk-Eye debate by suggesting the GAA are allowing too many old men to act as umpires.
JOHN MULLANE is not in favour of the introduction of video technology to verify scores in hurling and football — and not just because if it might have cost him money had it been in operation on Sunday.
THE pressure to introduce Hawk-Eye into the GAA championships intensified yesterday after Dublin were awarded a point that clearly went wide in their Leinster SHC quarter-final win over Offaly.
IN the same weekend the movie The Hangover II was released, it was fitting Dublin’s hurlers were presented with the possibility of having their party crashed for the second time in 10 months.
Dublin 2-21 Offaly 1-20, Croke Park
TIPPERARY held off a second-half comeback from Dublin to emerge victorious in a high scoring senior hurling challenge at Geraldine Park, Athy, Co Kildare last night to commemorate the replayed All-Ireland final played between the counties at this venue in 1909.
DUBLIN All Star hurler Alan McCrabbe has set his sights on winning a Leinster medal to go with his recently-earned Allianz Division One honour.
IT WASN’T pretty, it wasn’t very competitive — in fact, truth be told, this was an ugly beast of an Allianz Hurling League Division 1 final in Croke Park yesterday, a one-sided affair that never got off the ground.
Dublin 0-22 Kilkenny 1-7
Paul Schutte and Conor McCormack will line out for Dublin in their Allianz Hurling League Division 1 clash with Cork at Pairc Ui Chaoimh tomorrow (throw-in 2.30pm).
Dublin 1-16 Tipperary 1-15
PAT GILROY fears that continued club success for Kilmacud Crokes could come at the cost of Allianz football league progress for the county.
DUBLIN hurling boss Anthony Daly admits his future is unclear after his charges sensationally crashed out of the All-Ireland SHC race at Croke Park on Saturday.
All-Ireland SHC Phase 3 Qualifier
Dublin 2-22 Clare 0-15
DRAW a line through Kilkenny’s last two championship meetings with Dublin and it would appear that the Leinster and All-Ireland champions have somehow managed to improve on their impossibly high standards since 2009.
THE crown still rests easy, the Cats are still king – that was the message from this first of the two Leinster semi-finals in Croke Park yesterday as Kilkenny got their 2010 championship campaign off to an emphatic start.
Dublin 0-25 Laois 0-16
FINALLY, it came to pass.
Dublin 6-30 Limerick 2-11
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