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The Galway hurlers head to Tullamore (4pm) on Sunday to take on Kilkenny in the Leinster semi-final.
The championship certainly came alive last weekend, as teams once again battled it out to stay in the hunt for championship honours.
Could anyone have asked for a better weekend of championship hurling?
Two Kilkenny players have received suspensions after the GAA's Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) reviewed last Sunday’s Allianz Hurling League final against Dublin, which left the Cats in an unusual position — licking their wounds.
A well balanced and skilful display helped O’Loughlin Gaels land their third Kilkenny senior hurling county title on Sunday last.
A crowd of 11,000 turned up at a bright but very cold Nowlan Park last Sunday to witness O'Loughlin Gaels claiming their third Kilkenny senior county title. The bookies had made Carrickshock favourites, it was a tag that surprised many locals, one can only assume that the odds compiler wasn't aware of the city men's experience and fighting spirit. OK the ‘Shocks had five intercounty players in their ranks but it was widely accepted in Kilkenny that it was O'Loughlin Gaels that had the more balanced outfit.
O'Loughlin Gaels and Carrickshock will be the envy of every Kilkenny senior club hurler next Sunday when they step out at Nowlan Park to do battle for the Tom Walsh Cup. All 12 teams set out at the start of the championship campaign hoping to reach this very special day in the Kilkenny hurling calendar. Round by round teams have fallen by the wayside.
New Laois manager Brendan Fennelly will be keeping his new county troops waiting a little bit longer, after guiding Carrickshock to their first Kilkenny SHC final since 1951, following a two-point win on Sunday.
Inter-county hurling stars Tommy Walsh, Jackie Tyrrell, and Richie Power were recognised for their stellar championship seasons at this year’s Irish Daily Star/Galway Crystal GAA Awards.
It has certainly been a powerful week in the life of 24-year-old Carrickshock ace Richie Power, who backed up his 13-point haul for his club last Sunday with an OPEL-GPA Hurler of the Month award which he collected at a ceremony on Tuesday last in Dublin.