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#carlow rising

# carlow-rising - Sunday 1 July, 2018

Doyle and Nolan goals help Carlow see off Westmeath to claim McDonagh Cup

The win also means the Barrowsiders will play in the Leinster SHC next season.

# carlow-rising - Friday 29 June, 2018

'Your hurling career can go by quickly, when you look back you'd like to see medals'

Carlow joint-captains Diarmuid Byrne and Richard Coady are determined to add more silverware this season.

# carlow-rising - Sunday 10 June, 2018

'There's never been a buzz like this around the county. It's just unreal' Carlow Rising This post contains videos

'There's never been a buzz like this around the county. It's just unreal'

As Carlow descend on Croke Park for a Leinster semi-final against Laois, a special feeling is building up around the county.

# carlow-rising - Saturday 9 June, 2018

'I think the game’s better than ever and I think the negativity that exists is phenomenal'

Down native Steven Poacher has helped mastermind the rise of the Carlow footballers.

# carlow-rising - Thursday 7 June, 2018

'They opened me up again and my bowel was perforated. During that surgery, my lung collapsed'

Carlow’s scoring star Paul Broderick has had enough injury travails to appreciate Sunday’s Leinster semi-final.

# carlow-rising - Wednesday 6 June, 2018

'They want big days in Croke Park. They want TV audiences. I don't think people are listening anyway to grassroots.'

Despite Carlow’s progress, their manager has concerns over the direction the game is heading.

# carlow-rising - Tuesday 5 June, 2018

Starting out in 2005, tough days in a Carlow jersey, Laois family links and the Leinster final dream

John Murphy will savour Sunday’s Leinster semi-final battle against Laois.

# carlow-rising - Tuesday 29 May, 2018

"I saw the crowd on the field. I was thinking: 'Feck, this is huge, like'"

Carlow recorded a famous victory over last year’s Leinster finalists on Sunday, with Paul Broderick contributing 11 points.

# carlow-rising - Monday 28 May, 2018

'We’re known by pundits who’ve never coached teams as a 'defensive team'. That's some sickener for them'

Carlow coach Steven Poacher has rubbished the idea of a second-tier championship after their huge victory on Sunday.

# carlow-rising - Sunday 13 May, 2018

Carlow shake off Murphy absence with thrilling 11-point win over 14-man Louth

Turlough O’Brien’s side will take on Kildare in the last eight of the Leinster SFC.

# carlow-rising - Saturday 12 May, 2018

'We had an open training session in December and there must have been 1,500 people at it' Carlow Rising This post contains videos

'We had an open training session in December and there must have been 1,500 people at it'

Carlow manager Turlough O’Brien is at the helm of a rising in his home county.

# carlow-rising - Saturday 31 March, 2018

'I had trials in England but they didn't work out... I'm happy with the way Gaelic football has gone for me'

Darragh Foley had a promising career in soccer but has found satisfaction in helping the Carlow footballers make history.

# carlow-rising - Saturday 24 March, 2018

The good news continues for Carlow as their hurlers are crowned Division 2A champions

Division 1B hurling is coming to Carlow in 2019.

# carlow-rising - Saturday 24 February, 2018

Broderick and St Ledger with the goals as Carlow maintain unbeaten record

Fermanagh enjoyed a two-point win over Derry.

# carlow-rising - Thursday 25 January, 2018

Waterford forward bags 2-2 as IT Carlow defeat NUIG side boasting 3 Galway stars

Meath native Jack Fagan, who transferred to Waterford club De La Salle in 2016, did the damage for DJ Carey’s men.

# carlow-rising - Sunday 16 July, 2017

Carlow's championship has come to an end, but they have well and truly risen Carlow Rising This post contains videos

Carlow's championship has come to an end, but they have well and truly risen

Carlow’s longest championship run in 73 years ended yesterday evening, but there is a new grá for the senior team pulsing throughout the county.

# carlow-rising - Saturday 15 July, 2017

As it happened: Carlow v Monaghan, All-Ireland senior football qualifier

The game threw-in at 7pm in Netwatch Dr Cullen Park.