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Have ye no homes to go to

Home and away fixtures in a sporting context is an international concept,  based on fairness and equity. It should not be something even up for discussion. If a team plays away one weekend, and has to play the same team six days later, they should surely, based on any loose interpretation of natural justice, be granted  a home fixture.

Forget Tullamore - Galway should be the home venue for our hurlers

Home and away fixtures in a sporting context is an international concept,  based on fairness and equity. It should not be something even up for discussion. 

New €3.5m Cusack Park stand to be ready for 2016 championship

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After getting the go-ahead to build a new main stand at the county grounds, Westmeath’s county board chairman Sean Sheridan is confident it will be completed within two years.

Westmeath minor championship win rocked by racial abuse in Meath

Despite evidence of racial abuse and gestures made in last weekend’s ugly Leinster minor semi-final win in Navan, Westmeath’s county board has refused to comment on the incident prior to a disciplinary hearing in Portlaoise last night [Thursday July 11].

Westmeath minor championship win marred by racial abuse in Meath

Despite evidence of racial abuse and gestures made in last weekend’s ugly Leinster minor semi-final win in Navan, Westmeath’s county board has refused to comment on the incident prior to a disciplinary hearing in Portlaoise last night [Thursday July 11].

Kilkenny pull out of O’Byrne Cup

Kilkenny football team will not participate in this year’s O’Byrne Cup.

Camogie AGM welcomes new committee and plans for 2011

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After it was twice postponed due to the inclement conditions the Kilkenny Camogie AGM finally took place just before Christmas in the Springhill Hotel. A number of clubs were unavailable due to difficulty of travelling in the treacherous wintery conditions. However, the convention went ahead without any dramatic changes.

Hurling finals re-fixed for this Sunday

The AIB Leinster club hurling and football finals will take place at the same time at different venues this Sunday. Following the postponement of last Sunday’s hurling decider between Oulart-the-Ballagh and O'Loughlin Gaels, the Leinster Council has rescheduled the game for Dr Cullen Park at 2pm this Sunday - the same time as the football final between Kilmacud Crokes and Rhode takes place in O'Moore Park.

Feast of sport last weekend

It was not easy to get any work done around the house last weekend because of the feast of sport on TV. I have to compliment our terrestrial TV stations for the great coverage of both football and hurling games at this time of the year. They had TV cameras covering 13 championship matches last weekend which is quite incredible.

Kilkenny claim Leinster u21 crown

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