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Galway are ‘mentally prepared” for big Waterford challenge

After impressive victories over Clare and Cork in the last two rounds of the championship the Galway hurlers must take the next step this Sunday in Thurles (4pm) and put Waterford to the sword in the All-Ireland quarter-final.

Galway and Dublin can keep Leinster hurling at the fore

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Kilkenny and Tipperary are both safely through to this year’s All-Ireland semi-finals, having won their respective provincial championships.

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Byrne Cup

News from the Village GAA Club

Byrne Cup

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Kilkenny yet to beat Dublin

GAA Briefs

Tommy Fit but Cha is laid low

Kilkenny’s solid performance leaves us with plenty of hope for the year ahead

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It’s amazing how a Kilkenny supporter’s mind works. Making my way back to the car last Saturday evening after the Cats had dished out another hammering to Wexford I asked a few fans for their thoughts, thinking that an 11-point victory would have left them content, how wrong I was.

Galway hurlers must produce the goods

The Galway hurlers face their first major test of the 2011 championship when they play Dublin in the Leinster championship semi-final on Saturday evening in O’Connor Park in Tullamore (7pm).

Dubs’ historic victory leave Kilkenny fans genuinely worried

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To say I am lost for words after Kilkenny’s dismal display last Sunday is putting it very mildly. The defeat is one thing but the manner of it is of more concern. First things first, hats off to Dublin on winning their first National League title since 1939 they were truly magnificent on the day and thoroughly deserved their victory.

Kilkenny can leave the Dubs singing the blues

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In recent years Semple Stadium has become the spiritual home for the National Hurling League Final. Geographically it probably suited all participating counties. However with the Dubs reaching the final for the first time since 1946 the authorities in HQ have in one way made a constructive effort to attract a big crowd by holding it in Croke Park only to shoot themselves in the foot with the admission fee of €25.

 

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