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Eddie Keher is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of the game.
Apparently since betting was allowed on minor inter- county championship matches no county attracted as much money as Tyrone minors last Sunday. They were 4/11 favourites to beat Mayo and the money flowed on to them. They arrived in HQ with a formidable reputation (as most northern teams do these days) and the word circulating about the place before the match was we would be doing extremely well to be in contention. But this Mayo team obviously did not give two hoots for the reputation of their opponents and they tore into them from the get go. They got the perfect start with three quick points, but that good start was nullified in a flash with a brilliantly taken Tyrone goal.
As All-Ireland hurling semi-finals go they don't come any bigger than a Kilkenny/Cork clash.
Belmullet Hurling Club is organising a memorial event in memory of the late Mary Linnane. The event will take place on Saturday July 24 in Drum pitch starting at 12.30pm with an U14 match Turloughmore v Mayo. This is followed at 2pm by a senior hurling exhibition match; Belmullet Senior Selection v Ballina Senior Selection.
With all the hype of scoring records and King Henry’s wonderful achievement surpassing Eddie Keher’s record in the Leinster final it was time to take a trip down memory lane. Not through the records of Eddie Keher but to another unsung hero the late Tullaroan hurler Mick Kennedy.
ALTHOUGH SOME matches have already been played in May, it is during June that the campaigns for the Liam McCarthy and Sam Maguire cups really get underway.
Cork 1-17 Mayo 0-12
Kilkenny’s under 14 girls were hoping to make it three wins on the trot when they hosted Louth at sunny Thomastown on Saturday last in the Leinster football championship. The girls had a big win over Carlow in round one and followed it up with a 7-7 to 3-7 win over Westmeath.
On Sunday afternoon at an excellent Bennetsbridge pitch the Kilkenny intermediate girls recorded their first win of the Bord Gáis Energy National League when they beat a struggling Offaly side. The Cats set out their stall early and owned the ball in the opening minutes.
Two injury-time points helped Cork to an Allianz National Hurling League 0-18 to 1-13 victory in Páirc Úi Chaoimh last weekend. The teams were level at 0-8 apiece at the break in a very intense and heated contest where the Cats had Michael Grace dismissed leaving them a man down.