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Dublin: 5 °C Saturday 6 February, 2016

#Hurling

# hurling - Today’s News

‘He won’t be back this year’ – Kilkenny forward star ruled out of All-Ireland defence

Ger Aylward won’t feature for the Cats this year, manager Brian Cody has confirmed.

# hurling - Yesterday’s News

Here’s the man who will be the new Kilkenny senior hurling team captain

Shane Prendergast has been nominated by county champions Clara.

# hurling - Thursday 4 February, 2016

Fox on the double as NUI Galway demolish DIT

A win against UL on Tuesday would guarantee a Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final spot for Tony Ward’s charges.

‘It’s hard to focus your eyes. You don’t feel well’: Kevin Downes’ concussion story

Head injury ruled Limerick sharpshooter out of Munster decider, but now he’s targeting All-Ireland glory.

# hurling - Wednesday 3 February, 2016

Mayo, Tipperary and Limerick senior stars amongst winners at 2015 GAA club provincial awards

The 20th AIB GAA Provincial Club Player Awards were announced today.

# hurling - Monday 1 February, 2016

Poll: Who do you think will win the All-Ireland senior club hurling title? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

# hurling - Sunday 31 January, 2016

From The Daily Edge 15 of the most Tipperary things that have ever happened Up Tipp
13 GAA players that we found out in January won’t be in inter-county action in 2016 Watching On This post contains images

13 GAA players that we found out in January won’t be in inter-county action in 2016

Stars from all over the country will be marked absent.

Cork’s Milford and Galway’s Kilimor set up All-Ireland senior final clash

The intermediate final will be contested by Galway’s Eyrecourt and Tipperary’s Cahir.

# hurling - Saturday 30 January, 2016

Henry Shefflin returns to Gaelic football action with Ballyhale for the first time in 14 years

The King tries his hand at the big ball again.

Dillon’s rocket inspires Dubs to Walsh Cup victory

It’s the third time in six years that the Sky Blues have won the competition.

# hurling - Thursday 28 January, 2016

Tipp’s O’Dwyer and Cork’s Coughlan the scoring stars as CIT claim 24-point Fitzgibbon win

Comfortable win for the Cork college against GMIT tonight.

Davy’s LIT hit four goals en route to Fitzgibbon Cup win as WIT and IT Carlow also triumph

Austin Gleeson hit the net for WIT as did his Waterford colleague Colin Dunford for IT Carlow.

Tipp legend English steers UCD to Fitzgibbon Cup victory away to UCC

Nicky English’s side struck two vital goals to triumph.

1-9 for Hannon as Mary Immaculate win Fitzgibbon Cup clash that produces 3 red cards

The Limerick star excelled as NUI Galway were defeated today in Dangan.

Defending champions UL off to winning start in Fitzgibbon Cup opener

Brian Lohan saw his team triumph against Dublin IT.

# hurling - Wednesday 27 January, 2016

12 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.

‘I could feel a dunt inside of the knee and I knew it wasn’t good from there’ – Kilkenny cruciate blow

Attacker Ger Aylward is facing a long spell on the sidelines.

# hurling - Tuesday 26 January, 2016

Ex-Waterford stars Flynn and Kelly join county U21 hurling management

Sean Power was installed as the county’s new U21 manager with Flynn and Kelly also on board.

# hurling - Monday 25 January, 2016

Lar Corbett joins kids’ cricket match in Bangladesh – but plays with his hurl Howzat? This post contains videos

Here are the 36 GAA fixtures to look out for this week

The Allianz football leagues commence next weekend.

# hurling - Sunday 24 January, 2016

18 of the best images that capture the sporting week Snap Happy This post contains images

18 of the best images that capture the sporting week

From the heat of Abu Dhabi to the cold of Rosbrien.

Dublin dogs and January trophies – the best pictures from the GAA weekend Behind The Lens This post contains images

Dublin dogs and January trophies – the best pictures from the GAA weekend

The pre-season competitions drew to a halt.

Here are the draws for the 2016 Tipperary county senior championships

Reigning champions Thurles Sarsfields and Clonmel Commercials were amongst those who discovered their fate.

Kingston unveils 30-man Cork hurling squad for league campaign

Cork’s first game is away to Galway in Division 1A on 14 February.

# hurling - Saturday 23 January, 2016

9 inter-county stars bidding to reach All-Ireland club finals this weekend

There’s big chances this weekend to book final places in Croke Park next month.

# hurling - Friday 22 January, 2016

Connacht’s Russian rugby opponents have been trying out hurling in Galway Dual Stars This post contains videos

Connacht’s Russian rugby opponents have been trying out hurling in Galway

What’s the Russian for clash of the ash?

Clare All-Ireland winning captain Donnellan hit with cruciate injury setback

Patrick Donnellan suffered the injury last Saturday in a club game.

# hurling - Thursday 21 January, 2016

Kerry, Tipperary, Waterford and Galway legends to line out for new Laochra Gael season

There’s stars involved as well from Limerick, Kerry, Meath and Armagh.

Check out the 49 GAA games that TG4 will show between now and the championship

Start planning some time on the couch.

# hurling - Wednesday 20 January, 2016

Boost for Clare as All-Ireland winning hurling coach returns to setup for 2016

Paul Kinnerk was involved with the Banner’s senior hurlers before taking a break in 2015.

Here are the 17 GAA league games that Setanta Sports are showing this spring

The broadcaster’s coverage starts with Dublin against Kerry.

# hurling - Tuesday 19 January, 2016

Big guns back as Waterford make 14 changes for Limerick clash tonight

Austin Gleeson, Maurice Shanahan and Kevin Moran amongst those who return.

Kilkenny legend Richie Power has announced his inter-county retirement

“It has been a truly wonderful journey,” said Cats forward as injury forces retirement at 30.

‘Sutcliffe is a man who is 100% or nothing’: This isn’t the end of Dubs star, says Schutte

Paul Schutte explains why his Allstar team-mate quit the Dubs panel for 2016.

‘I’d hate to play in a game in the melting pot and have to come off based on being 35′

Former Limerick skipper Donal O’Grady on the highs and lows of his hurling career, and his decision to call it a day.

# hurling - Monday 18 January, 2016

16 things in the GAA that we’ll be watching closely in 2016

Blood testing, the redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh and the Davy-Donal Óg coaching axis in Clare.

# hurling - Sunday 17 January, 2016

Billy Quinn, former Tipperary hurler and father of Niall, dies aged 80 RIP

Billy Quinn, former Tipperary hurler and father of Niall, dies aged 80

Quinn won minor All-Irelands with Tipp and later lined out for the Dubs.

The best of the weekend’s GAA action captured in 15 pictures

From St Brendan’s Park to Sean Treacy Park, it was a busy day.

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