GAA Hurling

Down With The Doomsday Talk

Down With The Doomsday Talk

Down With The Doomsday Talk

Jordan Norris It’s been little more than a fortnight since the return of hurling, but our national game now finds itself in ‘crisis’. Or at least some people would have you believe such. With the growing numbers of frees, the odd rule change here and there, players ‘wrapped in cotton wool’ – ‘the game’s not the...
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13 Man Déise fall to first defeat

13 Man Déise fall to first defeat

13 Man Déise fall to first defeat

National Hurling League Division 1 Tipperary 0-24 Waterford 2-16 Brian Flannery Reports Waterford suffered their first defeat in this seasons Allianz National Hurling League when going down by two points to All-Ireland champions Tipperary at Semple Stadium. By the end of this game referee Sean Stack had brandished...
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Stormy Weather blows fixtures away

Stormy Weather blows fixtures away

Brian Flannery Storm Dennis caused havoc with the weekend’s fixtures with Waterford’s trip to Limerick first postponed from the original Saturday afternoon slot to Sunday afternoon before eventually being cancelled altogether.The Waterford hurlers were already on the team bus waiting to depart on Saturday afternoon...
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Toughest Test To Date For The Deise

Toughest Test To Date For The Deise

Jordan Norris Reports An away trip in the Allianz National Hurling League Division 1A is never easy, but a trip to the Gaelic Grounds is up there with the hardest of the lot. Liam Cahill’s Waterford will head to Limerick at the top of the pile in the Hurling Leagues, having seen off the challenges of Cork and...
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Two from two is just fine

Two from two is just fine

Brian Flannery Reports It is kind of surprising the popularity of the National Leagues now being played in January and February. The size of the attendances is taking authorities somewhat by surprise with plenty of stories of not enough gates being open and unexpected traffic congestion. While RTE have lost the...
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