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#Hurling

# hurling - Tuesday 18 February, 2020

Here are the draws for the 2020 Dublin football and hurling championships

Reigning champions Ballyboden and Cuala have discovered their fate.

New Laochra Gael series to feature Dublin, Kerry, Wexford, Galway, Mayo and Monaghan legends

Kieran Donaghy, Diarmuid Lyng, Alan Brogan, Iggy Clarke, David Brady and Brenda McAnespie are all in the spotlight.

# hurling - Monday 17 February, 2020

GAA wait on hurling league re-fixtures as March schedule headache looms again

The CCCC will confirm new fixtures in the coming days after yesterday’s postponements in Limerick and Salthill.

# hurling - Sunday 16 February, 2020

Clare maintain winning start as Tony Kelly and super sub Shanagher lead the scoring against Laois

Brian Lohan’s Banner side went three from three in Ennis.

Kilkenny rally from nine points down but Morris' seven points helps Wexford to crucial win

Davy Fitzgerald’s side held off a gutsy comeback from the Cats at home.

As it happened: Wexford beat Kilkenny and Clare triumph - Sunday hurling match tracker

Clare, Cork and Wexford all grabbed hard-fought wins in the jaws of Storm Dennis.

# hurling - Saturday 15 February, 2020

Fitzgibbon Cup star Conway points the way as Kerry go top with win over Meath

Another good day’s work for the Kingdom attacker.

Called off! Storm Dennis causes GAA postponements around the country Dr Harty Cup This post contains videos

Called off! Storm Dennis causes GAA postponements around the country

The Limerick-Waterford hurling league game tonight has been called off.

Callanan to make first league start for Tipp while Dublin and Waterford also ring the changes

There’s plenty of inter-county hurling action this weekend.

# hurling - Friday 14 February, 2020

Widening county eligibility, playing in the US and 7 other Congress motions with big implications

Congress is just two weeks away. Here’s what you need to know.

# hurling - Thursday 13 February, 2020

'They were a shower of lunatics but they lived with their hurleys' - a Harty Cup return in Munster

'They were a shower of lunatics but they lived with their hurleys' - a Harty Cup return in Munster

Limerick’s Seamus Hickey and Clare’s Colin Ryan on the Dr Harty Cup ahead of Saturday’s final.

'The GAA need to look at this competition and give it the respect it deserves' - UCC boss

Tom Kingston was speaking after his side’s Fitzgibbon back-to-back triumphs.

Dublin star warns that bringing black card into hurling could lead to time-wasting

‘Maybe people are looking from the football end of things and trying to transfer that to hurling,’ says Chris Crummey.

# hurling - Wednesday 12 February, 2020

'He is the Messi of hurling' - UCC boss hails Kerry star after heroic nine-point haul

Shane Conway was superb for the Fitzgibbon Cup champions.

14-man UCC come from 6 points down to win Fitzgibbon Cup final against IT Carlow

Shane Conway was man-of-the-match in UCC’s win.

WATCH LIVE: IT Carlow v UCC, Fitzgibbon Cup final

UCC are the reigning champions going up against DJ Carey’s IT Carlow side.

'Henry has the attributes to be an inter-county manager... that's not to say it will be with Kilkenny'

Cats and Ballyhale star Joey Holden on his former teammate and club boss, and how hurling means so much, yet so little, at times.

Dublin's Coláiste Eoin set up Leinster decider with St Kieran's after semi-final success

A two-point success over Kilkenny CBS today.

6 players to watch in tonight's Fitzgibbon Cup final

The final between UCC and IT Carlow takes place in the DCU Sportsgrounds at 7.30pm.

# hurling - Tuesday 11 February, 2020

GAA expect long-term Páirc Uí Chaoimh debt will be 'in the region' of €20 million

Director-General Tom Ryan spoke about the issue in his annual report released today.

Warning over GAA team spending and Euro 2020 to impact on Croke Park concerts

The GAA are also set to name their new second-tier football championship at the end of February.

# hurling - Monday 10 February, 2020

All-Ireland winners Ballyhale turn to Waterford native to take over from Shefflin

James O’Connor managed Fr O’Neill’s in last month’s All-Ireland intermediate club final.

# hurling - Sunday 9 February, 2020

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

All the action from a different angle.

# hurling - Saturday 8 February, 2020

WATCH LIVE: DCU DÉ v UCC, Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final

Watch the second part of this afternoon’s Fitzgibbon double-header here.

WATCH LIVE: Mary I v IT Carlow, Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final Live Stream This post contains videos

WATCH LIVE: Mary I v IT Carlow, Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final

Watch the first of this afternoon’s Fitzgibbon double-header here.

# hurling - Thursday 6 February, 2020

Cork to support black card in hurling and new minor role for ex-senior football boss

Peadar Healy has joined the county’s minor football management.

# hurling - Sunday 2 February, 2020

Kelly stars for 14-man Clare as Lohan gets the better of former teammate Fitzgerald

John Conlon was shown a straight red-card for a blow on Kevin Foley in the first half.

# hurling - Wednesday 29 January, 2020

Strong Mary I extra-time finish clinches Fitzgibbon Cup victory as 0-15 from Darcy can't prevent UL exit

Jamie Wall’s side dug deep to claim success in the quarter-final clash today.

# hurling - Sunday 26 January, 2020

Two goals from Ryan helps ease 14-man Kilkenny to victory over Dublin

The Cats welcomed Mattie Kenny’s side to Nowlan Park.

Canning and Haran combine for 0-18 as Galway begin league with 17-point win

The Tribesmen got the better of Westmeath in Pearse Stadium.

# hurling - Saturday 25 January, 2020

Open Thread: Who will win the Division 1 hurling league title?

The action gets underway this weekend.

'People say now will you miss it? I don't think I will because I'm satisfied' - life after Tipp hurling

It’s new for James Barry to be watching on as Tipperary’s 2020 season commences.

# hurling - Thursday 23 January, 2020

Tipp duo star as UL win and Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final pairings finalised

The fixtures for the knockout stages will take place next week.

Gleeson goes off injured for WIT as Cooney's goal key again in Mary I Fitzgibbon Cup win

A home quarter-final beckons now for Mary Immaculate College next week.

# hurling - Wednesday 22 January, 2020

Getting 'flaked' at training, and an All-Ireland winning brother set for another year with Cork at 33

Alan Cadogan says his brother Eoin is in great shape for the 2020 season.

# hurling - Tuesday 21 January, 2020

Star forward Sutcliffe named Dublin hurling captain for 2020 season

The St Jude’s man will lead Mattie Kenny’s side.

# hurling - Sunday 19 January, 2020

Kingston hits 0-7 as UCC book Fitzgibbon quarter-final spot with win over CIT

The holders are through to the last eight.

# hurling - Saturday 18 January, 2020

Wexford hit Galway for 1-1 in added time to claim Walsh Cup

The Tribesmen held a three point lead heading into injury time.

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