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# hurling - Today’s News

Hurling Goalkeeper of the Millennium Tipperary’s Tony Reddin passes away at the age of 95 RIP

Hurling Goalkeeper of the Millennium Tipperary’s Tony Reddin passes away at the age of 95

Reddin won three All-Ireland senior hurling medals with Tipperary during his career.

# hurling - Yesterday’s News

A hail of rough weather and red cards – 22 of the best pics from a busy GAA weekend Snapshots This post contains images

A hail of rough weather and red cards – 22 of the best pics from a busy GAA weekend

There was plenty of club, colleges and county action to feast your eyes on.

Dublin’s Sutcliffe stars as Trinity College claim first Ryan Cup hurling crown

Trinity had five points to spare over Queen’s University in the Gaelic Grounds today.

# hurling - Saturday 28 February, 2015

53rd Leinster colleges hurling title for St Kieran’s after today’s win over St Peter’s

Victory was clinched in today’s decider at Netwatch Cullen Park.

Hurling now has one-on-one penalties and an advantage rule after today’s Congress

The motions were passed today at GAA Congress in Cavan.

# hurling - Friday 27 February, 2015

Limerick and Waterford hurlers win Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final against their brothers

Interesting day for the Bennett and O’Brien brothers as UL took on Limerick IT.

Forde and Bennett hit the net as UL see off Limerick IT to reach Fitzgibbon Cup final

UL are through to their first final since they won the competition in 2011.

Gleeson and Mahony star as Waterford IT remain on course to defend Fitzgibbon Cup

Colm Bonnar’s side edged a tight encounter in Moylish.

As it happened: Cork IT v Waterford IT & UL v Limerick IT, Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals

It’s a big day of colleges hurling action and we followed it all the way.

5 burning questions to be answered on 2015 Fitzgibbon Cup weekend

Cork IT, Waterford IT, UL and Limerick IT are all in action in the last four tomorrow.

# hurling - Thursday 26 February, 2015

Cregan on Mary I Fitzgibbon appeal – ‘No regrets and if it happens again, we’ll do it again’

The ex-Limerick and Offaly boss believes the Fitzgibbon Cup ‘is gone mad’.

# hurling - Wednesday 25 February, 2015

DJ Carey set to remain in charge of IT Carlow — if he’s asked to do so

Without injured free-taker Stephen ‘Picky’ Maher, the Kilkenny legend’s side lost by four points to LIT earlier.

# hurling - Tuesday 24 February, 2015

Here’s the 30 GAA fixtures to keep an eye on this week from county, colleges and schools

It’s a busy week of action – check out the main fixtures.

# hurling - Monday 23 February, 2015

More Fitzgibbon Cup drama as reports that Mary Immaculate are heading to the DRA

The third-level competition could be set for further chaos.

6 talking points after the weekend’s Allianz hurling league action

It was a good weekend for Cork, Dublin, Tipperary, Wexford, Limerick and Waterford.

# hurling - Sunday 22 February, 2015

From Business ETC This is the story behind *those* Gaelic Football and Hurling games – Part 2 Cautionary Tale

This is the story behind *those* Gaelic Football and Hurling games – Part 2

Development constraints and lack of familiarity with hurling didn’t exactly help matters.

Cork power past Clare in second-half to claim first hurling league win of 2015

Patrick Horgan was the scoring star for the Rebels tonight as he shot 0-14.

Thurles CBS crush Rochestown’s double dreams to win their eighth Harty Cup

There was just a goal between the teams in this afternoon’s decider.

# hurling - Saturday 21 February, 2015

From Business ETC This is the story behind *those* Gaelic Football and Hurling games – Part 1 Cautionary Tale

This is the story behind *those* Gaelic Football and Hurling games – Part 1

One that goes back much further than you would expect.

As It Happened: Cork v Clare, Waterford v Laois – Hurling league match tracker

We followed all of tonight’s coverage from Páirc Uí Rinn and the Fraher Field.

# hurling - Thursday 19 February, 2015

Cork and Galway have named their teams for this weekend’s Allianz Hurling League action

There are three changes for the Rebels but just the one for the Tribesemen.

‘I didn’t want to become a passenger’ – Limerick’s Niall Moran is calling it a day

The 31-year-old has announced his inter-county retirement for the second time.

‘In one ear and out the other’ – Henry has had enough of THAT question

It was journalists versus Henry Shefflin in a quest for information. You’ll never guess who won…

O’Dwyer strikes 0-8 as Cork IT book Fitzgibbon semi-final place by beating NUIG

Job done for the Pat Mulcahy-trained side at home in Cork on Wednesday.

# hurling - Wednesday 18 February, 2015

O’Hanlon back from suspension for Wexford team to face Offaly

The sides clash in O’Connor Park next Sunday afternoon at 2pm in Division 1B.

DJ Carey’s IT Carlow to submit appeal against Fitzgibbon Cup expulsion today

Tomorrow’s two Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-finals are now likely to be deferred as a result.

VIDEO: Hogan, Rushe and Lehane feature in the best hurling league opening weekend scores

There’s a few beauties from Richie McCarthy, Austin Gleeson and John O’Dwyer in there.

# hurling - Monday 16 February, 2015

JBM on Cork’s disappointing opener – ‘We made too many mistakes’

In the winners enclosure last night, Brian Cody was satisifed.

# hurling - Sunday 15 February, 2015

All-Ireland club hurling titles went to Kilkenny and Antrim at Croke Park today

The intermediate and junior deciders took place today in Croke Park.

# hurling - Saturday 14 February, 2015

As It Happened: Cork v Kilkenny, Limerick v Waterford – Allianz Hurling League match tracker

The big matches of the night are in Páirc Uí Rinn and the Gaelic Grounds while Laois take on Offaly in Tullamore.

# hurling - Friday 13 February, 2015

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Ten of last year’s All-Ireland final team start for Tipp, seven changes for the Dubs

The sides will clash on Sunday in the Allianz Hurling League.

# hurling - Wednesday 11 February, 2015

1-18 for Paraic Mahony as 49-point win sees WIT into Fitzgibbon last eight with DJ Carey’s IT Carlow

WIT and IT Carlow are through, Mary Immaculate College are out.

Bubbles and Walsh in scoring form as CIT beat UCD to clinch home Fitzgibbon quarter-final

The Tipperary and Cork senior forwards both showed up well tonight.

# hurling - Tuesday 10 February, 2015

‘I’d like to think there’s more to come’ – TJ has faith in Limerick’s young guns

The Shannonsiders are preparing for their fifth consecutive season in the league’s second tier.

Anthony Nash won’t be following the trend of Cork goalkeepers moving outfield

The Rebels captain isn’t tempted to join Darren McCarthy in the forward line.

Nash: ‘It’s something that’s been rumbling on, every time I sit down to do an interview’

The Cork captain favours the introduction of an 18-metre penalty line.

‘Who wouldn’t want Anthony Daly involved? Limerick are lucky to have him’ – TJ Ryan

Daly is the new Director of Limerick’s underage hurling academy and minor coach.

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