# hurling - Yesterday’s News
In three seasons, the Drom-Inch man has become the star up front for Tipperary.
# hurling - Sunday 25 September, 2016
Clara, who have contested the last three finals, won their relegation semi-final yesterday.
# hurling - Saturday 24 September, 2016
The Crusheen man paid tribute to the departing boss.
# hurling - Friday 23 September, 2016
Tommy Martin reflects on the departure of one of hurling – and Ireland’s – most colourful characters.
# hurling - Thursday 22 September, 2016
“PAUDIE MAHER, HORSE OF A MAN!”
Fitzgerald has been in charge since 2012. Who’s up next?
“PAUDIE MAHER, HORSE OF A MAN!”
# hurling - Monday 19 September, 2016
Cratloe, Clonlara, Ballyea and Feakle are in tonight’s semi-final draw.
# hurling - Thursday 15 September, 2016
‘Bonner’ Maher and Waterford’s Gráinne Kenneally are off to the Golan Heights for six months.
# hurling - Wednesday 14 September, 2016
The Rebels haven’t won an All-Ireland in the grade since 1998 or a Munster title since 2007.
John Kiely succeeds TJ Ryan on a three-year term.
# hurling - Tuesday 13 September, 2016
John Kiely will succeed TJ Ryan at the helm on Shannonside.
Journalist Gerard de Jong gives his impressions after watching hurling for the first time.
# hurling - Sunday 11 September, 2016
Midleton defeated St Finbarr’s to become the first team in the semi-finals on Friday night.
# hurling - Saturday 10 September, 2016
The Deise were the dominant force in Thurles tonight.
Five goals for the winners en route to a 16-point victory in Thurles.
Semple Stadium is the setting for today’s game.
Did you make the cut this week?
# hurling - Friday 9 September, 2016
U21 manager Sean Power has had a front view of the rise of these Waterford players.
For David Kenny, the victories have kept coming in 2016.
Semple Stadium is the venue for tomorrow’s game.
# hurling - Thursday 8 September, 2016
Waterford await Galway in Saturday’s All-Ireland U21 decider.
# hurling - Wednesday 7 September, 2016
James Barry believes the time has come for his teammate to win the prize in 2016.
Sure why wouldn’t you?
# hurling - Tuesday 6 September, 2016
It’s been a whirlwind year for Tipperary’s Seamus Kennedy.
A big rebuilding job lies in store for Cody and the Cats.
The Tipperary manager reflects on Sunday’s brilliant victory.
In no particular order, we’ve picked out our perfect 10 from the season gone by.
The Kilkenny manager was in determined mood despite Sunday’s defeat.
# hurling - Monday 5 September, 2016
In terms of sheer significance, we’ve plumped for this lot.
The Premier brought the trophy along to the young patients.
Tipperary’s 2001 All-Ireland winning captain Tommy Dunne takes a closer look at the key factors that resulted in another Liam MacCarthy Cup win for the Premier County.
Forward proved his doubters wrong as Tipp won first All-Ireland in six years.
Eamon O’Shea’s influence was not forgotten in the Premier triumph.
Noel, John and Brian McGrath were all celebrating All-Ireland wins on Sunday night.
# hurling - Sunday 4 September, 2016
Seamus Callanan named as the RTÉ panel’s Hurler of the Year.
Thirteen-point haul helped Tipp end their wait for Liam MacCarthy.
Croke Park turned blue and gold on Sunday afternoon.
Think you know better than the Sunday Game panel?
The Killenaule forward scored a stunning 1-5 as Tipperary beat Kilkenny.