# comp:Allianz Hurling League Division 1A (Hurling 36)

Last month
February 2023
# Opening Night
Shane Kingston the hero as Cork come from behind to beat Limerick
Kingston’s late point earned Cork a one-point win in a thrilling contest.
# Strong start
Galway stride clear in second half for an opening-day win away to Wexford
Henry Shefflin’s side reeled off 10 unanswered points in the second half to win a league fixture that doubled as the Walsh Cup final.
Last year
# banner flagging
Wexford maintain perfect start to add to Clare's misery
Darragh Egan’s side were three-point winners this afternoon.
All time
# Dominant
Galway start league campaign with 30-point hammering of Westmeath
Shane O’Neill’s side are off to a flying start with a 5-34 to 1-16 win.
# Return
Bubbles is back as Tipp make 5 changes while Skehill starts in goal for Galway
The forward hasn’t played since picking up an injury against Cork in early February.
# Off the Mark
Ken McGrath scotches Jackie Tyrrell's comments on Limerick
The Kilkenny legend reckons Limerick are outside of the top three teams in the country.
Waterford v Tipperary, Clare v Kilkenny - National Hurling League matchtracker
Tipp’s trip to Waterford was the highlight of Sunday’s Division 1A action. We had minute-by-minute updates here.
# Own Backyard
Clare, Dublin, Kilkenny, Wexford and Galway will have home advantage for hurling league clashes
The games will be played on the weekend of 2-3 April.
# top cats
TJ Reid a class apart as Dublin well beaten by Kilkenny
Victory at Nowlan Park sees Kilkenny face Offaly in the league quarter-finals.
# Déise days
Devine inspiration as Waterford hurlers make 1 switch to face unchanged Dubs
Manager Ger Cunningham has opted for an unchanged team.
# Premier
Bubbles out, still no Callanan but 3 changes up front for Tipp ahead of Galway clash
Premier County boss Michael Ryan has altered his attack.
# relegation worries
Relegation playoff for Cork as Kilkenny supersub Power strikes late to break Rebel hearts
Cork suffered a fourth straight League defeat tonight as John Power pounced on a Patrick Collins error for a late Kilkenny winner.
Cork v Kilkenny, Down v Dublin - Saturday night National League tracker
We were following an enthralling Cork-Kilkenny clash at Páirc Uí Rinn, as Dublin’s footballers won again.
# Team news
Cody picks son at midfield for Kilkenny as goalkeeper Nash loses out on Cork team
All change for the Rebels ahead of the visit of the All-Ireland champions.
# Team news
Dublin hurlers unveil team for Croker showdown as Cork make 6 changes
The Rebels face Dublin in the Allianz League at the weekend.
Kilkenny v Tipperary, Wexford v Clare - Sunday hurling league tracker
We had live coverage of Sunday’s action in the Allianz National Hurling Leagues.
# Long time waiting
Déise claim first win over 14-man Kilkenny in 7 years
The reigning league champions were victorious over Brian Cody’s men at Walsh Park.
# joe show
Canning on form as Tribesmen prove too much for Cork
Galway were six-point winners over the Rebels in Divisions 1A of the Allianz Hurling League.
# Up and Running
'Can you imagine running around trying to control a bar of soap?' - Tipp boss Ryan
Saturday night in Thurles wasn’t the time for flashy hurling, Tipperary manager Michael Ryan insisted.
# Mr. Jackie Tee
'You'd be going down the motorway and feel like pulling in and crying for half an hour'
Jackie Tyrrell has won nine All-Ireland senior hurling medals with Kilkenny but losing the 2010 final to Tipperary cut him deep.
# Team news
Kilkenny name 12 of the side that won last September's All-Ireland for league opener
While Waterford also go with the tried and tested.
# we meet again
Dublin and Kerry to meet on opening night - here are your 2016 National League fixtures
The 2015 All-Ireland finalists have been pitted together in a mouthwatering fixture under the Croke Park lights.
# administrator of the week
Seamus Callanan cleared to line out for Tipp as red card overturned
The CAC overturned the dismissal.
# day trip
The Dubs are going on a road trip for the National Hurling League semi-finals
The semi-final ties have been scheduled as a double-header outside of GAA HQ.
# premier rivalry
5 changes for Tipp ahead of table-topping Munster derby with Cork
Eamonn O’Shea shakes up his midfield before weekend assignment.
# opportunities
Brian Cody makes 4 changes to his Kilkenny side for upcoming Clare test
The Cats are assured of a relegation play-off but will want to get some momentum back after a disappointing campaign.
# Sitting It Out
Clare defender slapped with 2-game ban as Dublin star's offence downgraded
Banner County will have to plan without Brendan Bugler for their next two League games
Kilkenny's top-flight place in danger after Tipp thumping in Semple Stadium
St Patrick’s Day can’t come quickly enough for Brian Cody’s men.
Tipperary v Kilkenny, Galway v Cork - Allianz Hurling League matchtracker
Catch up on all of this afternoon’s Allianz Hurling League action with our dedicated matchtracker.
# When two tribes go to war
5 talking points ahead of Sunday's latest Tipperary-Kilkenny clash
These two have thrilled hurling fans with some epic clashes in recent years
Clare v Tipperary, Galway v Kilkenny Allianz Hurling League
We had all the action from Division 1A and 1B.
# behind enemy lines
'Off the field of play, they’re not going to be meeting on a Thursday night in Mok’s'
Tomorrow night Barry-Murphy and Cunningham bring their Cork and Dublin teams into opposition.
# Premier Pride
Callanan and O'Dwyer hit the net as Tipperary get first league points with win over Galway
Tipperary bounced back from last week’s heavy defeat to Dublin.
# Points in the bag
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.
# starting XV
Four changes for Tipp, two for Dublin, one for Kilkenny - Here's the Division 1A team news
Tipp host Galway on Sunday while Kilkenny welcome the Dubs to Nowlan Park.
# hunger games
Tame Tipp disappointed but Eamon O'Shea insists 'motivation is never an issue'
Premier sent packing by hungry Dubs in their opening Division 1A clash.
The mighty Flynn strikes late to see Galway past Clare
The Tribesmen scored two late points to secure a narrow victory.
# emphatic
It's a long way back to Tipperary as Dublin rout Premier in league opener
Ger Cunningham’s men couldn’t have asked for a better start in Division 1A.
# New Season
Hurler of the year Hogan helps himself to 0-11 as Kilkenny see off Cork
It was a weakened Kilkenny team but a winning one.
# Opening Day
Kilkenny and Cork have named their teams for their league opener on Saturday
JBM’s men host the All-Ireland champions in Páirc Uí Rinn.