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What happened to Dublin's Leinster champions of 2013?

The team that Dalo built – the team Ger tore down? Some will view it as just that; others will argue it was evolutionary but everyone can be agreed four years is a long time in hurling. 

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‘We’ll make mistakes but you die in the effort of trying’

Conceding 1-26 can hardly be considered a shut-out but it felt like it.

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Harnedy: Tall order backing up this win against Waterford

Cork hurler Seamus Harnedy is already thinking about the “local derby” which will be the Rebels’ next outing in the Munster championship, even though the smoke has barely cleared from Sunday’s battle against Tipperary in Thurles.

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‘After this, I’d nearly fancy Cork’s chances’

Two exiles in Kilkenny, former Cork and Tipperary seniors, watched Sunday’s Munster championship opener.

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Barrett facing six weeks out with knee injury

There was a positive end to a forgettable weekend for the Tipperary hurlers last night with confirmation All-Star corner-back Cathal Barrett has avoided cruciate knee ligament damage.

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Tipperary’s tumble has gifted us a summer of intrigue

Teatime after the Gaelic Grounds on the fourth Sunday of last month.

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This is one record the Cork hurlers could do without

History beckons for the Cork hurlers this weekend. But not the sort of history they'll want to be associated with.

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Harsh criticism of Tipp unjustified, insists Sheedy

Former Tipperary manager Liam Sheedy believes the current group have come in for “harsh” and “unjustified” criticism following last month’s Division 1 final loss to Galway.

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‘The group is gelling better and better’

Diarmuid O’Sullivan isn’t buying that line about Tipperary mortality. The All-Ireland champions might have been blitzed by Galway in the league final but the Cork selector shakes his head when you refer to that game.

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