Clare keep up relentless gallop as Cork off pace

Clare 0-23 Cork 0-19: First of all, disregard the scoreline. This was anything but a four-point contest.

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Late drama sees Mitchelstown CBS win Munster B title

Mitchelstown CBS 2-14 Cashel CS 0-19: High drama at the end of this thrilling under-18.5 schools ‘B’ hurling final in Clonmel and it was Mitchelstown CBS who got out with the gong, with a late free by sharpshooter James Keating followed by a late miss by Cashel ace Eoghan Connolly.

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The issues spicing hurling’s hors d’oeuvre

With the third round of the Allianz Hurling League taking place this weekend, Enda McEvoy eyes eight mid-term trends worth keeping a weather eye on...

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Late drama sees Mitchelstown CBS win Munster B title

Mitchelstown CBS 2-14 Cashel CS 0-19: High drama at the end of this thrilling under-18.5 schools ‘B’ hurling final in Clonmel and it was Mitchelstown CBS who got out with the gong, with a late free by sharpshooter James Keating followed by a late miss by Cashel ace Eoghan Connolly.

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The issues spicing hurling’s hors d’oeuvre

With the third round of the Allianz Hurling League taking place this weekend, Enda McEvoy eyes eight mid-term trends worth keeping a weather eye on...

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Changing times but legend Greene wants Déise to seize moment

“It’s strange now to see Waterford favourites playing Kilkenny whether it’s in Walsh Park, Nowlan Park, or Nagasaki.”

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Meyler wants ruthless edge for ‘massive’ Banner challenge

Cork hurling manager John Meyler has been very impressed with Clare, who have picked up two wins in their first two NHL 1A outings.

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Kiely: Drawn out club campaign punishing players

When John Kiely announced his extended panel for the 2018 campaign, 10 of the 38 players listed were from the Na Piarsaigh club.

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Primed to be pinned on Midleton wall of fame

The walls outside Mr Murphy’s classroom are postered with newspaper cuttings.

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Why Cork hurlers need to go low more often

Before Galway went four straight Championship matches without raising a green flag last year, the team that came closest to winning an All-Ireland title with a similar enough barren goal spell was Cork in 2013.

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From the ridiculous to the sublime for Na Piarsaigh

Na Piarsaigh (Limerick) 3-15 Slaughtneil (Derry) 3-8: At half-time on Saturday afternoon, Shane O’Neill felt a familiar hollow feeling in the pit of his stomach.

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Con O’Callaghan and Cuala showing no signs of winter weariness

Cuala (Dublin) 1-17 Liam Mellows (Galway) 0-11: The champions of the last two years will meet in the All-Ireland club hurling final, but it will take a monumental performance from Na Piarsaigh to deny this Cuala team a two-in-a-row.

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