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11 February 2018 20:34 Tipperary selector Shane Stapleton recovering in hospital in Limerick after sideline incident

He’ll be kept in overnight for observation according to a Tipperary spokesperson. TIPPERARY FOOTBALL SELECTOR Shane Stapleton is recovering in hospital overnight following a collision on the sideline of their Division 2 draw with Clare in Ennis earlier today. In the 46th minute, Clare forward Jamie Malone bundled into Stapleton while competing for possession 10

25 February 2017 16:53 Cuala become first Dublin side to reach All-Ireland club hurling final after clinical rout of Slaughtneil

CUALA: S Brennan; O Gough, Cian O’Callaghan, S Timlin; K Malone, S Moran, J Sheanon; D O’Connell, C Cronin; S Treacy, C Sheanon, D Treacy; C Waldron, Con O’Callaghan, M Schutte. Subs: N Kenny for C Waldon (45), N Carty for C Sheanon (53), N Waldron for D Treacy (58), R Tierney for J Sheanon (59), S Stapleton for S Treacy (59) SLAUGHTNEIL: O O’Doherty 1

14 February 2017 15:56 Limerick's Mary Immaculate book Fitzgibbon Cup semi final spot

CHAMPIONS Mary Immaculate College powered into the semi finals of the Fitzgibbon Cup this Tuesday afternoon with a 4-18 to 1-16 win over NUI Galway. In the end the Limerick side had 11 points to spare over NUI Galway to book a Friday February 24 semi final in Galway, against the winner of Wednesday’s quarter final between LIT and UCD. Patrickswell’s 4

21 September 2016 21:48 Shane Stapleton: One conversation with Davy Fitzgerald blew apart some of my preconceptions about him

The Clare hurling manager has announced that he is stepping down You can never keep a full panel of players happy, that’s just the nature of it. You might be lucky enough to keep the dissenting voices quiet if the results are good and everyone feels they’re part of something special, but that’s rare. Put it this way: if news that Brian Cody was going

25 August 2016 21:03 Opinion: Oman Game Will Be A Farewell To Ireland’s Greatest Ever

Next Wednesday evening, in an otherwise nondescript friendly at home to Oman, Ireland will say goodbye to its greatest ever footballer. After 18 years in green, Robbie Keane will walk off into the sunset with goalscoring records in tow. It’s April 1998. A far more glamorous fixture at the old Lansdowne Road than the one that will bring the curtain down on such a storied 6

04 August 2016 20:08 Shane Stapleton: Kilkenny's strength may render Waterford's tinkering useless

Shane Stapleton looks ahead to the All-Ireland hurling Championship semi-final and asks whether there is any way to stop Kilkenny That’s because the arguments presented for anything other than another Kilkenny win are thin on the ground, and seemingly as mortal as a papercut. There were six points between the teams at this stage last year but in reality 2

03 April 2016 11:34 Kerry retain 1B status with a classy win over 12 man Laois

Visitors lose their way and their discipline in second half at Austin Stack Park, Tralee Kerry hurled magnificently throughout this relegation play-off and fully deserved to secure their place in Division 1B next season - but they got some help along the way from Laois. The visitors at Austin Stack Park in Tralee did not help their cause when they lost their 5

06 March 2016 13:48 Laois woes continue as Clare emerge the victors

Davy Fitzgerald’s side were never out under any real pressure during the 70 minutes Laois hurlers remain rooted to the foot of the Division 1B table after their third defeat in as many outings. On Saturday night unbeaten Clare were the visitors and after they raced into an early three point lead they never looked in any real danger. Laois were dealt

21 February 2016 15:53 Shane Dooley shines as Offaly beat Laois

Shane Dooley pointed the way as Offaly bounced back from their opening loss to deservedly defeat neighbours Laois by 1-17 to 0-15 at O’Connor Park in Tullamore. And Offaly achieved the win despite playing almost half the match with 14 men, but Laois were unable to make their numerical superiority count. Offaly had the wind behind them in the opening

28 November 2015 10:01 Cuala on brink of writing name into history in Leinster club final

Dublin hurling club built from ground up by passion of a small minority in community Further evidence of the evangelical streak lifting Dublin GAA may be found in the presence of Cuala in tomorrow’s Leinster club hurling final. Dalkey is more readily associated with dreamy vistas and celebrity residents than with winter hurling. But all the signs are that the club has arrived 2