MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: A train of thought on hurling’s biggest day

I thought it was all over for trains and GAA supporters, and I thought I had the exact moment the romance had ended: when Cork decided to go by bus to Dublin.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: A finale in keeping with a season to remember. With Limerick the last men standing

A championship like no other. A champion team like no other.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: Dear manager, just a few things I’d like to get off my chest...

Michael Moynihan has a few things to say...

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: A journey worth taking

Because this seems to be a week (or two) of Peak Hurling, I thought it might be the ideal time to use the game in order to reenact a great old George Plimpton piece.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: Hurling as you have never seen it before

After the weekend of hurling we just had, the timing of tonight’s documentary, The Game: The Story of Hurling could hardly be better.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: The time is always right to do the right thing

Lessons learned from a (long) week in sports.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: Football shirts in vogue for fashion victims

If you have had enough of the World Cup, fear not. Here I am, as always, to help you out. Or to sharpen your dress sense, at least.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: New stadium, same old characters at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

An Oral History Of The Lead-up To The First Munster Football final in the New Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: Sporting stars who are always heroes to someone

I’m not sure if I ever noticed before that Father’s Day falls around Bloomsday.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: More hurling begets better hurling

Every action has consequences, intended and otherwise, which is why I start today with the hurling championship.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: Lining up to taint image of beautiful game

The World Cup looms in the distance . . . like a vast cloud about to blot out the sun, putting us in mind of Pompeii long ago, writes Michael Moynihan.

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MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: Why give sportspeople a pass on the issues of the day?

Philip Roth passed away last week, but anyone who read last week’s column can breathe easy. I’m not going to try to write in his style the way I did with Tom Wolfe last Monday: the liver is safe in your fridge.

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