With fifteen minutes to go, this provincial decider looked to be going down to the wire. Tipperary forward Josh Keane hitting a free to level matters at 1-11 to 0-14. Think again as the home side outscored their opponents 1-6 to 0-1 to win the U21 crown for the first time in twenty-two years. This … More Munster U21 Hurling Final: Waterford 2-19 0-15 Tipperary
“Galway are made of absolutely nothing. You can forget about this Galway team — they have no guts whatsoever” – Ger Loughnane. Ever think of a comment that you make and then want to take it back immediately knowing full well that it might bite you in the rear end eventually. Former Clare hurler and managerial … More All Ireland SHC Quarter Final: Galway 2-17 0-17 Clare
Waterford advance to the All Ireland SHC Semi-Final with a convincing ten point victory over a Wexford team who try as they might lacked the guile and skill set in the middle third to cause the upset. The pregame story lines were Wexford coming into the contest with renewed confidence and optimism after their win … More All Ireland SHC Quarter Final: Waterford 0-21 0-11 Wexford
Tyrone’s big stars come up trumps at the death There are times when a county needs their big name players to produce when it really matters. Tyrone illustrated this point perfectly in the last five minutes of an Ulster SFC final which will not be remembered by the purists with any great fondness. Mickey Harte’s … More GAA Review – July 17th
TJ Ryan – Era. There was hardly any surprise in Limerick hurling circles that TJ Ryan announced his decision to not carry on as Limerick Senior Hurling Manager next season last night. A loss to local rivals Clare in the championship last weekend where Limerick struggled for long periods of the contest sealed his fate. … More Limerick Senior Hurling Manager – Who wants it?