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GAA Results for 2017 – Hurling and Football

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Posted by Keith Nulty in News | Jul 2017

We have all the hurling and gaelic football results from the 2017 Championship. GAA FOOTBALL ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP 2017: FIXTURES & RESULTS CONNACHT May 7: Preliminary Round: Sligo 1-21 New York 1-13, Gaelic Park. May 21: Quarter-final: Mayo 2-14 Sligo 0-11, Elverys MacHale Park. May 28: Leitrim 3-10 London 0-16, Ruislip June 11: Semi-final: Galway 0-15 Mayo 1-11, Pearse Stadium. June 18[..]

We seen three counties come back to form and what looks like the end of an era for Kilkenny hurling. CORK ARE BACK Cork won their 53rd Munster championship in a packed Thurles on Sunday afternoon. A year ago, things looked as bleak as it ever had been for Cork hurling. Knocked out without a whimper against Tipp in Munster and then KO’d in the championship by Wexford in a lacklustre[..]

He is not a man to mix his words but it was a surprise that Michael Duignan called Sky Sports coverage a "disgrace". The former Offaly hurler was visibly annoyed on the Sunday game when he started talking about the fact that Sky Sports had the rites to the Kilkenny Waterford extra time thriller on Saturday night. "To me, the biggest disgrace of the weekend was on Saturday evening, that that[..]

The fixtures for the All-Ireland football quarter and semi-finals fixtures. All-Ireland Football quarter-finals The surprise of the championship happened at Pearse Stadium yesterday as Roscommon won the Connacht title by beating Galway by nine points, this means that Galway will now play Donegal in the next round of qualifiers and Mayo will play Cork who got hammered by Kerry last weekend. [..]

All Ireland hurling quarter and semi final draw

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Posted by John Kelly in News | Jul 2017

The fixtures for the All-Ireland hurling quarter and semi-finals after a busy weekend. All-Ireland Hurling semi-finals Clare got well beaten by Cork in the Munster hurling final and will now play Tipperary in the All-Ireland quarter final and Wexford have drawn Waterford who had a historic victory over Kilkenny at the weekend. This all means the following If Clare beat Tipperary they w[..]

When I was driving home Wednesday evening from the Leinster U21 final between Kilkenny and Wexford when my cousin Neal who accompanied me to the game informed me of an article he read from Tommy Walsh the great Kilkenny hurler. Walsh was convinced that we were going through a hurling boom and recent attendance figures would support this. Last Tuesday evening a crowd of 8,000 people attended the[..]

Fermanagh boss Pete McGrath has decided to say on in his role as manager for the 2018 season. It’s been 23 years since McGrath led Down to an All-Ireland but Pete McGrath has decided to stay in inter-county management and continue his tenure as the Fermanagh senior manager. 2017 will not be fondly remembered by Fermanagh as relegation from division 2 was followed by two defeats in the champion[..]

Kilkenny’s Michael Fennelly is facing a race against time to be for Kilkenny’s opening qualifier game. The draw for the hurling qualifiers are due to take place next Monday with a name not familiar to the qualifier’s, Kilkenny. After a disappointing performance in there defeat to Wexford, Kilkenny were hoping for their full contingent back for the landmine field that is the qualifiers. [..]

Points from experienced duo, PJ Banville and Ciaran Lyng late on helped Wexford advance over Limerick in a scrappy encounter. Limerick and Wexford both went into today games low on confidence. Limerick had a poor division four campaign and were beaten by Clare in their opening Munster championship campaign while Wexford who did win promotion from division four, had lost their last four competi[..]

Dublin as expected made easy work of Westmeath which has yet again brought up the debate of a tiered championship. Garbage time is a term often used in American sports to describe the period toward the end of a timed sporting event that has become a blowout when the outcome of the game has already been decided. When Dean Rock scored Dublin’s opening goal we were facing into 40 minutes of garb[..]