Archive for the ‘GAA Hurling’ Category
Dungarvan Colleges 1-12 Kilkenny CBS 1-7 Dungarvan Colleges claimed a first ever All-Ireland Senior ‘A’ Colleges Hurling Championship at Semple Stadium on Saturday afternoon last with a hard fought victory over Kilkenny CBS.
Dungarvan Colleges v Kilkenny CBS (Semple Stadium, Saturday, 3.15pm) Saturday afternoon is going to be a very important date in the history of Waterford hurling as Dungarvan Colleges aim to go where so few Deise sides have gone before: the top of the hurling tree.
Waterford 0-12 Galway 0-15 A day of high drama was always on the cards given the glorious uncertainty of this particular final day of ‘regular season’ National Hurling League action promised fans across the country.
Waterford 1-14 Tipperary 0-16 For the third time in four National Hurling League games, Waterford produced a superb finish to turn what looked like being a negative result with time almost up to a positive one.
Waterford v Tipperary (Walsh Park, Sunday, 2.30pm) Having suffered their first League defeat against Kilkenny on Monday, Waterford will seek to get back to winning ways on Sunday afternoon next when they take on Tipperary as part of a National League double header at Walsh Park.
Waterford manager Michael Ryan admitted that he was ‘almost disappointed’ despite his side’s joint lead of Division 1A in the wake of Sunday’s draw with Cork at Fraher Field.
Ryan admitted that he was ‘almost disappointed’ despite his side’s joint lead of Division 1A in the wake of Sunday’s draw with Cork at Fraher Field.
Unbeaten and Division 1A table topper is the lot of a Waterford senior hurler these days, hardly a shoddy position to occupy as we approach Saint Patrick’s Day.
For the second successive League outing, Waterford required a late point to secure a positive outcome, with Sunday’s draw with Cork at Fraher Field leaving them as joint leaders with the Rebels after two rounds.
Dungarvan CBS 8-25 Coláiste Dún Iascaigh (Cahir) 3-10 Dungarvan CBS are through to the All-Ireland Senior ‘B’ Post Primary Schools semi-finals this Saturday and a meeting with Heywood Community School (Laois) in Carlow