IT may have been hailed as a victory for common sense by the Kerry county board (what else would they say?) but is the dispensation granted to the Kingdom hurlers to continue using ‘outside’ players fair, and is it in the long-term interests of Kerry hurling?
IS it just me, or is it more than a little ironic that a county manager who chose to field an u-21 side in a senior inter-county preseason competition then complained about the number of games that 19 and 20-year-olds have to play at this time of year?
Recalling the 1990 All-Ireland Minor Hurling semi-final between Cork and Derry.
IT’S time to make up my mind about whether I’m going to play club football this year and the decision isn’t going to be easy. As I ponder over another pre-season with the club, I’m left considering if I’m doing myself or my teammates any favours by committing to play again in 2016.
CAVAN county board’s resistance to putting forward a senior hurling team for the Lory Meagher has some merit, but their vagueness about the future of the game is confusing.
Tyrone player Sean Og Grogan is concerned that Tyrone aren’t going to build on the work done by Mattie Lennon.
John Martin has high hopes for Cushendall in 2016.
THE past 12 months’ action has already taken a bit of a battering in hurling circles for being a year to forget. Certainly the Championship of 2015 didn’t live up to recent years, but it still provided some highlights. On the final day of 2015, here’s my five most memorial moments of the year.
The second Conor McGurk Ulster Hurling tournament throws in on Saturday.