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#Hurling

# hurling - Monday 2 March, 2020

GAA announce re-fixture details for postponed league games and new date for hurling final

The Division 1 hurling decider will now take place on the same weekend of the football finals.

New kick-out rule to come into football next month, while 'the sin-bin in hurling is binned'

Football’s back-pass rule will come into force in time for the championship.

Here's the state of play as 2020 hurling league set for knockout stages

Clare, Wexford and Kilkenny have all booked places in the knockout stages.

# hurling - Sunday 1 March, 2020

Three red cards shown as Tipperary too strong for Waterford in Thurles

The Déise finished with just 12 men at Semple Stadium.

Strong Galway finish ends Cork's hopes of progression as red card proves costly

The dismissal of Robbie O’Flynn hindered the Rebels in this afternoon’s game in Salthill.

Limerick put to the test by Westmeath before advancing to knockout stages

Four wins out of four for the defending champions.

St Flannan's end 15-year wait for Dr Harty Cup title with success over CBC Cork

2,974 in Mallow to watch the Ennis school lift the title.

As it happened: Allianz Hurling League Division One match tracker

We’re keeping an eye on the six games taking place across Groups A and B this afternoon.

# hurling - Saturday 29 February, 2020

Leinster SHC expanding to 6 teams in 2021

As a result there will be no relegation from the province this season.

Motion to introduce black card in hurling heavily defeated at Congress

And Dublin could play two games outside of Croke Park if they make the Super 8s this summer.

# hurling - Friday 28 February, 2020

Canning back for Galway and Cork ring the changes for hurling showdown out west

David Burke also returns to the Tribe panel for Sunday’s clash at Pearse Stadium.

New fixture details confirmed for Harty Cup final following second postponement

The game between St Flannan’s College and CBC Cork was originally scheduled for Saturday.

# hurling - Thursday 27 February, 2020

Kerry hurling squad hit with outbreak of mumps ahead of crucial Antrim clash

‘We’ve had a couple of cases of mumps in the last couple of days,’ said Kingdom manager Fintan O’Connor.

'Why are we now in crisis?' - hurling in spotlight over frees and black card proposal

Davy Fitzgerald on the current state of hurling and the big rule changes at Congress this weekend.

Davy Fitz: 'I do fear leaving it, not being there, because I’ll miss it'

Juggling Wexford and Sixmilebridge roles, facing into the unknown when he’ll stop being a manager and why he keeps going after years on the sideline.

# hurling - Wednesday 26 February, 2020

New dates confirmed for postponed Allianz Hurling League fixtures

There has also been a change of venue for this weekend’s meeting of Laois and Kilkenny.

# hurling - Tuesday 25 February, 2020

Bubbles: 'I didn't really lose consciousness, because I came down so hard I lost feeling in my arm'

John O’Dwyer is fit to play this weekend after being stretchered off against Cork.

'No need to be introducing some other daft notion' - Limerick boss unhappy with GAA maor foirne plan

John Kiely is against the motion going forward to Congress this weekend.

# hurling - Monday 24 February, 2020

GPA call on GAA to ban gambling ads during live broadcasts of games and hurlers against black card

GPA call on GAA to ban gambling ads during live broadcasts of games and hurlers against black card

The matter will be discussed at a meeting of the GAA Central Council.

'A Tipp man started flying Sunday Game tapes to New York and showing them in his bar. That was progress'

GAA presidential candidate Larry McCarthy recalls the glory days of New York football, how Irish immigrants stayed in touch with the game and his vision for the Association.

'No flow to the game, very frustrating' - Daly slams free tallies in hurling league games This post contains videos

'No flow to the game, very frustrating' - Daly slams free tallies in hurling league games

The Clare legend said that referees should allow for a better flow in matches.

Hurling hand passes under the spotlight, a day for free-takers and Cork-Limerick intensity

Limerick’s John Kiely was left frustrated with the volume of frees awarded yesterday in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

# hurling - Sunday 23 February, 2020

Limerick All-Star winning defender out for rest of season with cruciate injury

Richie English’s injury setback was confirmed after today’s win over Cork.

O'Donnell bags 2-1 as Clare maintain unbeaten start with draw in Kilkenny

The Banner missed a late chance to win the game.

0-14 for Forde as Tipperary shoot 3-27 in victory over 14-man Westmeath

Jake Morris, Cian Darcy and Seamus Callanan bagged the goals in Tipperary’s victory.

Hogan the Waterford hero after scoring last-minute winner against Galway

A big win for Liam Cahill’s side.

Gillane hits 0-13 and Horgan fires 0-17 as Limerick hold off Cork for victory

11,212 supporters were in attendance in Páirc Uí Chaoimh today.

Dublin's Coláiste Eoin celebrate first Leinster senior hurling title with defeat of St Kieran's

A 1-16 to 0-17 success for the winners at Netwatch Cullen Park today in Carlow.

O'Connor brothers shine, Wexford composure, and referee doling out 16 cards unpopular with both sides

Dublin and Wexford played out a fascinating encounter at Croke Park.

# hurling - Saturday 22 February, 2020

13 yellows and 3 reds as O'Connor brothers lead Wexford to late win over Dublin

Jack O’Connor bagged a late goal while Rory O’Connor shot 0-4.

'It's great to be back competing at inter-county level' - Cavan camogie team return after almost a decade

Breffni captain Erinn Galligan is relishing the long-awaited comeback.

# hurling - Friday 21 February, 2020

Limerick star Hayes to make first league appearance of 2020 while Horgan leads Cork charge

Páirc Uí Chaoimh will host the Round 4 clash on Sunday afternoon.

Galway and Waterford name strong outfits for hurling league clash

The sides will do battle at Walsh Park on Sunday.

Star forward O'Connor named in Wexford line-up while Dublin also show hand

Davy Fitzgerald’s side will take on the Dubs at Croke Park on Saturday.

# 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

6 games unbeaten and a mindset shift - Wexford hold upper hand in rivalry with Kilkenny

Davy Fitzgerald’s side no longer fear the Cats.

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

'Let's not pass that motion. I hope delegates don't go near it' - Fitzgerald slams black card for hurling

The Wexford boss says the game doesn’t need the rule.

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.