Walsh: Kilkenny's most important game in a long while

After wins over Dublin and Carlow, Kilkenny legend Tommy Walsh believes that his county has reached the “turning point of our season” with Sunday’s Leinster SHC clash with Galway.

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Murphy still determined to make championship mark

These may be frustrating times for Kilkenny’s Eoin Murphy, but he knows that things could be much worse, as the temperatures begin to rise.

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Cats make hay as Carlow collapse

The only problem with throwing a party like this is that you don’t get to have the final say over the guest list.

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Kennedy faces ban, but Mullen plays down ‘interception’

Rising Kilkenny star Adrian Mullen has admitted he wrote off the Greg Kennedy interception debacle last weekend as a ‘bizarre’ incident that occurred ‘in the heat of battle’.

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Inspirational display by TJ Reid sees Kilkenny triumph over Dublin

Brian Cody’s 21st championship campaign got off to a winning start thanks to an inspirational display by captain TJ Reid.

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Cody: Anyone can beat anyone on a given day

In his 21 seasons as Kilkenny manager, Brian Cody is not sure if there has ever been a more even and finely balanced hurling championship.

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JJ Delaney worried about Kilkenny’s broken spine

When Henry Shefflin talked up Limerick’s All-Ireland credentials earlier this week, he kept referencing the spine of their team.

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Shefflin: Silly succession speculation disrespects great Cody

Henry Shefflin has described talk of him inevitably succeeding Kilkenny manager Brian Cody as ‘disrespectful’ and claimed it would be ‘silly’ for him to contribute to the discussion.

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Inconsistent Fennelly produced one of his very best performances at Croker

Colin Fennelly has often been accused of performance-inconsistency in the past.

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Daly: 'Ruthless' Shefflin looks the part on the line

Anthony Daly believes Henry Shefflin has the ruthless streak needed to one day succeed Brian Cody as Kilkenny manager.

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Kilkenny not too far off the pace, says Holden

Three years now since Liam MacCarthy last wintered in Noreside but Joey Holden insists Kilkenny remain within touching distance of those seeking to provide a home for hurling’s Holy Grail.

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Late Eoin Murphy free gives Kilkenny much-needed win in Thurles

A missable Division 1 Round 4 clash in Thurles came to life at the death when the teams exchanged scores before Eoin Murphy stepped up with a long-range free to claim the win for the visitors.

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Evolution is part of every game-plan, says Murphy

Blame Glenmore man Kenny Cotterill’s skill at racquetball.

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Cats want return to September slot for All-Ireland final

By attempting to convince the GAA to move both All-Ireland finals back to September, Kilkenny are aiming to create a new pocket of space for club championship fixtures at the height of summer.

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Explosive Banner get back on track

The scoreline suggests a rip-roaring contest but that is a false reading.

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The afternoon it all began for Brian Cody

It was a debutants’ ball of a day, an occasion on which a host of the biggest names of the next decade stepped forward into a new version of themselves.

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Fennelly: 2019 will be tougher for Limerick

Colin Fennelly, twice a back-to-back All-Ireland hurling winner with Kilkenny, has warned Limerick that they’ll face a mighty struggle to hold onto their title in 2019.

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Cody: GAA and semi-professionalism can’t go together

Kilkenny manager Brian Cody has claimed the elitist nature of the inter-county game will create “dangerous possibilities” for the association, warning that the “GAA and semi-professionalism can never go together”.

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Watch: 'You need to put a guy in his place' - DJ Carey has the perfect response to a sulking Jamie Redknapp

Cricket star Freddie Flintoff proves to be a natural hurler when the GAA sport takes a starring role in A League of their Own this week.

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Kilkenny SHC: Mighty Sean Morrissey ends 44-year wait for Bennettsbridge

A strong second-half performance, lit up by the individual excellence of Sean Morrissey, saw Bennettsbridge end a 44-year wait for a place in the Kilkenny senior hurling championship final.

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Kilkenny SHC: Dicksboro’s reign over as TJ Reid masterclass seals it for Ballyhale

A powerful display from TJ Reid helped Ballyhale Shamrocks end Dicksboro’s reign as Kilkenny senior hurling champions.

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Super-sub Colin Fennelly itching for Cats starting role

Former Kilkenny All-Star Colin Fennelly is desperate to make the cut for his side’s All-Ireland quarter-final with Limerick this weekend.

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Watch: All 13 goals from epic Leinster MHC final as Dublin shock Kilkenny

Dublin won the Leinster minor hurling title after defeating Kilkenny in a 13-goal thriller in Portlaoise - winning on a remarkable scoreline of 6-19 to 7-12.

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Henry Shefflin expected to announce retirement tomorrow

Speculation is rife throughout the country that the days of witnessing Henry Shefflin soar in Kilkenny’s famous black and amber are over.

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