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TJ Reid and Alan O’Connor got the nod.
Paul Browne’s crucial goal after the break appeared to deceive the umpires.
The views of The42′s hurling analyst on the weekend’s action.
Enjoy some of the best shots from the last seven days.
The Cats retained their provincial crown with a seven-point victory.
They’ll be heading back for a replay on 18 July.
The Cats have five weeks to recharge their intensity levels for an All-Ireland semi-final.
The Cats claimed a seven-point victory over Galway in this afternoon’s Croke Park decider.
Cork, Clare, Limerick and Dublin are all involved.
‘Paudie wouldn’t know a penalty if it bit him in the arse’ – Joe Brolly blasts Munster final referee
Padraig Hughes awarded a hugely contentious penalty to Kerry during today’s game in Killarney.
‘Worth the entrance fee alone’.
TJ Ryan’s side eventually prevailed as their class shone through.
We went minute-by-minute as east met west in the Leinster hurling decider.
The race for tickets is on.
Fitzgerald Stadium was the venue this afternoon.
Kilkenny hit the last four scores of the game to inflict heartbreak on Dublin at Croke Park.
The Rebels had given themselves a great chance with a superb opening goal in Killarney.
Fitzgerald Stadium is the venue for today’s clash.
These two great rivals clashed for provincial glory at Fitzgerald Stadium.
Laois supremo Seamus ‘Cheddar’ Plunkett says hurling is now an elitist game.
Paul McGrath was present as Cork got the better of the Model County.
Cork’s netminder has had to be patient.
The scene is set for Sunday’s Croke Park showdown.
The ancient rivals go head to head in Killarney on Sunday.
Brian O’Driscoll, Padraic Maher and the London Fire Brigade also make our list.
Alan O’Connor has boosted Cork’s prospects.
Gaa - Saturday 4 July, 2015
The Sky Blues looked a far more cohesive unit but face a much bigger test next weekend.
Tony Kelly fired over 0-6 from play, while Conor McGrath finished with 1-4.
Lehane was man-of-the-match while Seamus Harnedy also hit the net for the Rebels.
Mark Schutte (2), Conal Keaney and David O’Callaghan all hit the net for Dublin tonight.
Conor Marsden scored two goals in Castlebar.
Tomás Corr was shown red … eventually.
We’re live from O’Moore Park, can the Dubs or Laois bounce back?
Longford survived a late red card to book their place in Round 3 of the qualifiers.
The Rossies bounce back from their Connacht SFC semi-final defeat to Sligo.
Who’ll get back on track after their provincial exits?
Roscommon came out on top in Breffni Park this afternoon.
The third round group games took place today.
Victory for the Lilywhites in Tullamore.