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Galway reps on hurling review group

The GAA has recently confirmed the membership of a new committee to examine the state of hurling and to draft proposals to ensure the continued health of the game.

Dublin show that champions Tipp are not unbeatable

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It's amazing what a week can do in sport.

Camogie Legends Cup named for former member

The inaugural Camogie Legends tournament will take place on Saturday, March 5 at St Jude’s GAA Club in Templeogue, Dublin.

Young People to discuss teen health issues

Key health issues that are affecting teenagers in communities across Ireland are to be addressed at a conference the No Name Club, a leading national youth organisation, is holding in Tipperary on February 19.

A bit of luck and the Cats can become immortal

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The battle for the Liam McCarthy gets under way this weekend when neighbours Laois and Carlow meet at O'Moore Park. The GAA's lack of imagination when launching both the football and hurling championships this year was once again very disappointing.

A sporting weekend to remember

I think it’s fair to say that there has been a lot of doom and gloom over this past year due to the state of the nation’s economy. For many folk sport has become their one saving grace in these tough times. As weekends go the one just past you could say was just what the doctor had ordered.

 

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