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Poll: Who do you think will win the 2017 All-Ireland senior hurling championship?

A fascinating race for the Liam MacCarthy Cup lies in store, with Tipperary the defending champions.

TIPPERARY BEGIN THE 2017 campaign as reigning All-Ireland senior hurling champions.

But did Galway’s comprehensive Allianz Hurling League final victory expose some chinks in the Premier County’s armour?

All will be revealed over the coming months and the race to climb the Hogan Stand steps in September should make for fascinating viewing.

Can Micheál Donoghue’s Galway finally end the county’s All-Ireland SHC famine that dates back to 1988, or will Brian Cody mastermind yet another success for Kilkenny?

What about Waterford? So close in last year’s semi-final replay against Kilkenny and knocking at the door with a host of talented young players.

The ‘big four’ were last year’s All-Ireland semi-finalists but could a bolter emerge from the pack?

Gerry O'Connor and Donal Moloney Clare joint-managers Donal Moloney (left) and Gerry O'Connor. Source: Lorraine O'Sullivan/INPHO

There are high hopes in Clare as former All-Ireland U21 joint-managers Gerry O’Connor and Donal Moloney are now steering the Banner County’s senior ship.

Could Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford build on their fine League campaign and mount a summer challenge?

Limerick and Cork will start the summer as outsiders but any team building momentum can’t be discounted.

But we want to know, who will win the coveted silverware?


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