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# hurling - Yesterday’s News

Rochestown College overcome the champions to reach their first ever Harty Cup decider

The Cork school are scheduled to face Thurles CBS in the final on 21 February.

Long’s goal against 14-man Castletroy books Harty Cup final spot for Thurles CBS

The Tipp side survived a brave comeback from their Limerick opponents today.

# hurling - Friday 30 January, 2015

# hurling - Thursday 29 January, 2015

UCC, UL and WIT signalled their intentions in today’s Fitzgibbon Cup openers

Conor Lehane, Tony Kelly and Austin Gleeson all caught the eye for the winners.

# hurling - Wednesday 28 January, 2015

10 players to watch out for in this year’s Fitzgibbon Cup

Here are the stars we’re keeping an eye on in the glamour third-level hurling championship

Galway ace comes over all Love/Hate as he posts snap of broken finger

Joe Canning has been on Instagram with an X-ray shot of his smashed digit.

More bad news for Wexford hurling as defender’s 48-week suspension upheld

Andrew Shore is set to appeal the latest development.

One of Wexford’s longest serving hurlers has retired

Defender Keith Rossiter is stepping down after 12 years in the purple and gold

# hurling - Sunday 25 January, 2015

Canning breaks finger as Galway and Laois book Walsh Cup semi-final places

The Tribesmen cruised to victory over Offaly while the Midlanders got the better of Wexford.

# hurling - Friday 23 January, 2015

After 5 operations and 48 days in hospital, Tomás Waters is back as captain of the Wexford hurlers

Injury nightmare now just a memory for the St Martins full-back who will skipper the Slaneysiders on Sunday

# hurling - Wednesday 21 January, 2015

Kilkenny withdraw from Walsh Cup after All-Ireland winning captain’s father passes away RIP

Bad news for Cork hurling as Sweetnam commits to rugby career with Munster

The 21 year-old former Rebel player is sticking with the province.

Dublin prove too strong for DIT as the Ger Cunningham era gets off to a flying start

The new manager saw his side move a step closer to the Walsh Cup semi-finals.

# hurling - Tuesday 20 January, 2015

Do these 6 leading players agree with the new GAA club fixture plans?

Should the All-Ireland club championships be completed in the calendar year?

Here’s Kilkenny player TJ Reid’s solution to hurling’s penalty dilemma

The advantage is firmly with the attacker now.

# hurling - Monday 19 January, 2015

Defending champions Ardscoil Rís back in Dr Harty Cup semi-finals

The Limerick school defeated Hamilton High School Bandon today.

# hurling - Thursday 15 January, 2015

JBM makes four changes for Cork’s Waterford Crystal Cup exam at CIT

Conor O’Sullivan, Lorcan McLoughlin, Paudie O’Sullivan and Darren McCarthy will all start for the Rebels.

# hurling - Tuesday 13 January, 2015

Niall Moran warns on demands on GAA schools players – ‘It’s at boiling point’

Limerick hurler Moran is involved with the Ardscoil Rís Dr Harty Cup team.

# hurling - Monday 12 January, 2015

Get the diary out – Here’s the 2015 Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cup fixtures

Waterford IT and UCC are the reigning champions after last year’s action.

Here’s the venues for this year’s AIB All-Ireland senior club semi-finals

The games have been pencilled in for February 7th, 14th and 15th.

# hurling - Sunday 11 January, 2015

20 of our favourite pictures from the weekend’s GAA action

The preseason action just keeps on coming in football and hurling.

# hurling - Thursday 8 January, 2015

‘It is just unsustainable’ – Warning as young GAA stars doing 12 sessions in 9 days

A new report has signalled the danger of burnout amongst young GAA players,

5 new faces in Limerick hurling panel, 6 depart, O’Grady still captain and Moran stays on

TJ Ryan has shaken up his panel for the coming season.

# hurling - Tuesday 6 January, 2015

4 points for a goal, 2 refs and scrapping provinces – what the Hurling 2020 report rejected

Here’s seven proposals that the committee opted not to recommend.

This Cork hurling goalkeeper is set for a new inter-county career as a forward

Darren McCarthy has been named at corner-forward for a game this week by manager Jimmy Barry-Murphy.

Hurling teams who lose a man to two yellows could soon be allowed bring on a sub He's Not Off This post contains a poll

Hurling teams who lose a man to two yellows could soon be allowed bring on a sub

That’s the proposal from the Hurling 2020 Review Committee.

# hurling - Friday 2 January, 2015

The most passionate rivalries in world sport

They’re gonna get it on cos they don’t get along.

Cork Kilkenny Valentine’s Day date – here’s the planned 2015 hurling league fixtures

The clash of the Cats and the Rebels is the big opening game.

# hurling - Wednesday 31 December, 2014

What was your 2014 hurling moment of the year? Here’s what The Sunday Game lads chose

Hawkeye? JJ’s hook? Wexford’s qualifier run? Let us know what you thought.

# hurling - Tuesday 30 December, 2014

Happy picture, sad picture – A year of highs and lows in the GAA

For every victor, there must be a vanquished foe.

# hurling - Monday 29 December, 2014

Aidan O’Brien remains the best and Leinster club champions – Wexford’s 2014 sporting highlights

There was also U21 hurling success for the Slaneysiders.

6 of the best games from the 2014 hurling season

Kilkenny dominate but did they feature in the best game of the year?

# hurling - Sunday 28 December, 2014

10 moments to remember from The Sunday Game this year

Donaghy roaring at Brolly, Martin McHugh’s description of the Gooch and a couple of brilliant All-Ireland final promos.

Tommy Walsh, Eoin Kelly, JJ Delaney and 13 other hurlers who called it a day in 2014

Cork, Waterford, Offaly, Kilkenny, Tipperary and Wexford players called it a day this year.

# hurling - Saturday 27 December, 2014

19 of the most heartwarming moments in the GAA in 2014

Kieran Donaghy consoling Michael Murphy, support for Jamie Wall and Henry Shefflin celebrates the All-Ireland with his son.

JJ, Walsh, Podge, Shefflin and Dowling in the best of GAA tekkers from 2014

The best points, handpasses, flicks and tricks from the this year’s campaign.

# hurling - Thursday 25 December, 2014

11 of our favourite hurling goals of the year

Sit back and enjoy this festive feast.

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