Anthony Daly

ANTHONY DALY: The buzz is back for hurling’s boys in blue

I was walking into Croke Park last Sunday when I heard some fella calling me.

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ANTHONY DALY: Time to fix crazy situation with Galway clubs

I met Nickey Brennan in the lift on the way out of Croke Park yesterday. “If ever a system needed to be redressed,” I said to him, “the set-up ...

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ANTHONY DALY: An afternoon of championship dry-runs and deliberations

My last game as an inter-county manager with Dublin was our 2014 All-Ireland quarter-final defeat to Tipperary. I drove from Clare, picked up Tommy Dunne in Nenagh ...

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ANTHONY DALY: As Carlow keep rising, Offaly keep falling

I don’t know whether it was shock or despair or whether he was hoping something light would lighten the shock and despair, but Damian Martin was somehow trying ...

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ANTHONY DALY: Limerick will be locked and loaded to detonate Laois

After the Clare-Limerick match last Sunday, I slipped back across the border for a Cheltenham Preview night at the Na Piarsaigh clubhouse in Caherdavin.

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ANTHONY DALY: All the spiky elements of an edgy local rivalry

I got a text from a good buddy before yesterday’s game in Ennis which neatly set the scene for what followed.

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ANTHONY DALY: It’s not Celtic-Rangers but there’s a serrated edge to Clare-Limerick

As I was making my way under the Kinnane Stand before the Clare-Galway All-Ireland semi-final replay last August, I met a plethora of Limerick guys on stewarding ...

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ANTHONY DALY: Kiely won’t be sorry to see hype downplayed

The Kilmacud Crokes-Craobh Chiaráin Dublin league game threw in yesterday morning at 10.30am.

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ANTHONY DALY: What more can John Kiely do to stop the hype?

It’s gas how the All-Ireland champions, especially when it’s not Kilkenny, invariably drive and dominate the narrative early the following season.

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