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Galway hurlers now start the serious business

The Galway hurlers will take on the 2013 All-Ireland champions Clare in the first round of the National Hurling League in Pearse Stadium on Sunday (2pm).

Hurlers have more at stake when they take on the champions

By next Sunday evening we should know a small bit more about the Galway hurlers’ chances of knocking a rattle out of the 2014 championship after they take on Davy Fitzgerald's Clare in Cusack Park (2pm) in round five of the National Hurling League.

Bid for a bargain at Clarinbridge monster auction

For those who fancy playing golf at Dromoland Castle with Clare Hurling Manager Davy FitzGerald, the Clarinbridge GAA Club has holding a Monster Auction on Sunday (December 1) at 1pm in The Parish Hall, Clarinbridge.

Galway u21s are massive outsiders against Banner men on Saturday

This Saturday evening in Semple Stadium (6pm) the Galway U21 hurlers will take on a high flying Clare outfit in the All-Ireland semi-final.

A night with sporting greats

St Mary’s GAA Club Athenry is holding a club fundraiser with a difference.

Shefflin stays home as All-Stars depart

Henry Shefflin has remained at home in Kilkenny this week, as his fellow All-Star hurlers departed on a trip to sunny California.

Hard to look past Shamrocks on county final day

The intercounty action may be over for another year but there is still plenty of activity going on around the country.

No vintage performance, but Cats are back in another final

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Kilkenny secured a record sixth All-Ireland final appearance in a row last Sunday, when they had six points to spare over Waterford.

Team and fans must clear Deise hurdle before thinking of final

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Kilkenny head to Croker on Sunday for a semi-final showdown with our neighbours Waterford.

Cody’s Cats won’t fear Davy’s Deise

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In the end, perhaps not all that surprisingly, each of the four counties from the Leinster and Munster finals ultimately made it through to an All-Ireland semi-final.

 

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