Kilkenny face Tipperary in the All Ireland hurling final this Sunday.
Westmeath hurling event set to kick off sporting weekend. McGrath led Waterford to an All-Ireland senior final appearance in 2017 and he will be joined by another former Waterford manager Michael Ryan, who was a popular figure during his time as Westmeath hurling boss. Former Galway dual star Alan Kerins - now part of the Westmeath hurling backroom team - and former Kilkenny ace Richie.
Hurling helmets have come a long way over the past 50 years - we look at the journey and examine the next steps. Hurling. Thurles facing a summer like no other. With no GAA games taking place.
GV England in White kick off. Left to Right. GV Crowd. SV J. E. Woodward receives tackled by J. K. Ochse. Ochse rips Woodward's shorts. SV Crowd. SV Players circle Woodward as he changes. old shorts thrown away. SV Crowd. LS Lead to Springboks first try. Scrum on Line. SV Crowd. LV P. A. Du Toit touched down from scum. SV Crowd. LS Muller converting GV Crowd cheering. SV England.
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St. Maurs will kick off the action on Saturday afternoon as they face Kinsale of Cork in this year’s All Ireland Junior Ladies Football Championship Final. The Dublin and Leinster Champions had a tough task and went through two games and extra time to get past Latton of Monaghan in their All Ireland Semi Final, but come through it they did. The action gets underway in Netwatch Cullen Park.
The GAA has named a hurling team of the 90s that will be honoured at half-time during Sunday's All-Ireland showdown between Limerick and Galway. Traditionally the 25-year jubilee team is honoured at the short whistle. But the GAA has plumped for something new this year given that Kilkenny won back-to-back All-Irelands in 1992 and 1993. A panel of experts chaired by GAA President John Horan.
Eddie O'Brien Of Cork - Star Of 1970 All Ireland Senior Hurling Final Eddie O’Brien first played for Passage as a 13 year old on the under 15 team of 1958. His family had moved from Cobh a few years previously and he was not long playing when the Passage under age mentors could see that they had a star in the making.