GAA Hurling

A jersey worth fighting for

A jersey worth fighting for

Brian Flannery Reports The National Hurling League got under way on Saturday night last with the reigning league champions Limerick turning in a storming second half performance to just edge out the Liam McCarthy title holders, Tipperary. This was certainly the proverbial game of two halves with the Premier...
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National Hurling League

National Hurling League

Waterford v Cork Sunday, Walsh Park, 2pm Walsh Park could be set for its biggest attendance in a long number of years for a National Hurling League game when Waterford and Cork do battle on Sunday. Just short of 3,000 paying supporters made their way to Fraher Field for the Munster Senior League clash over the...
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Hart Woe for De La Salle

Hart Woe for De La Salle

Harty Cup Quarter-Final Midleton CBS 2-17 De La Salle College 2-8 This quarter final was a repeat of last year’s final and the outcome was the same as the East Cork side got the better of De La Salle. The winners, who were able to call on six of the starting fifteen that won last year’s final, led 1-9 to 1-6 at the...
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Gunners Drive On

Gunners Drive On

County Under 19 ‘A’ Hurling Final Ballygunner 2-22 Abbeyside 1-11 Ballygunner are County under 19 ‘A’ Hurling Champions for 2019 following their double score win over Abbeyside at the Saint Mollerans Grounds in Carrickbeg meaning that county championships at Under 13, under 15, under 17, under 19 and senior have...
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Camogie Fixtures 2019

Camogie Fixtures 2019

Fergal O’Brien’s Waterford Senior Camogie team have been drawn in a group of death the National Camogie League which gets underway in February. Nine teams will compete in this year’s division one league split into two groups one of five, the other of four, a change from the two groups of five last year. Wexford were...
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Goals decisive as Rovers prevail

Goals decisive as Rovers prevail

Goals decisive as Rovers prevail

Munster Junior Club Hurling Final Russell Rovers 2-13 Saint Mary’s 0-11 There was no joy for county champions Saint Mary’s on Sunday last in the Munster Junior Club Hurling final as they finished second best to a very strong Russell Rovers side whose ability to hit goals on the day proved the difference between the...
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