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Posts Tagged ‘ Gaelic Grounds ’

Hurling : Munster Rivals Fight For Final Berth

Hurling-GAAThis Sunday in Croke Park sees the second of the All-Ireland semi-finals taking place as both Limerick and Clare will travel up in large numbers dreaming of victory and a shot at Cork in September.

Fierce rivals and a familiarity of each other are just two of the ingredients that add to this Sunday’s encounter which has the credentials to match the blockbuster we had last weekend. These teams have met in the championship five times over the past fifteen years with Clare edging the win count 3-2. This Sunday , much the same as last week is hard to call and very much the toss of a coin again. It could take another refereeing decision to tip the scales either way, we hope not but what we are guaranteed of is seventy minutes of intense physical hurling with energy levels matching that shown by both Cork and Dublin last Sunday. Continue reading

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Limerick Crowned Munster Champions As Kilkenny And Clare Progress

GAA-football-and-hurlMunster Senior Hurling Final  

Limerick 0-24 Cork 0-15

Limerick claimed their first Senior Munster title since 1996 amongst joyous scenes at the Gaelic Grounds.

On a baking hot day the John Allen led Limerick finished the game very strongly to run out deserved victors. In the last ten minutes of the game they outscored Cork seven points to no score after Cork had got to within two points. Continue reading

Hurling Championship Comes Alive

If people didn’t already know it they certainly know it now, the 2013 National Hurling Championship is alive, kicking and well underway.

The three scheduled games over the weekend gave us everything the neutral could want this weekend. The “end-to-end draw”, “the nearly upset but brave & gutsy effort” and “the upset”. Continue reading

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