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Sunday, March 26, 2017

HURLING: Tommy Moore is Ballyea bound

FRIDAY is a most unlikely All-Ireland club final for Ballyea. Back in May 2016 their thoughts were on getting back into the championship and avoiding...

HURLING: Paul Flanagan – From minor to major

Back in September, 2010, Clare minor captain Paul Flanagan led his side onto the hallowed turf of Croke Park on All-Ireland final day after...

HURLING: Browne ready for the big day

JACK Browne does have Croke Park experience although it wasn’t the happiest. He was a member of the Clare minor squad that lost the...

HURLING: Teamwork will make the dream work for Ballyea

All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Final (Extra-Time if Necessary) Ballyea v Cuala (Dublin) @ Croke Park,  Friday 3pm (Fergal Horgan, Tipperary) It’s the final frontier and that evidence...

HURLING: From Gower United to Ballyea United

THE bug, once bitten by it and you’re never shy. That’s why some time over the next few days 89-year-old John McMahon from Gowerhass will...

HURLING: Hego goes back to the future

Fergal Hegarty is no stranger to All-Ireland hurling finals and the middle of the hallowed field, but this Friday will be his first time...

HURLING: Kelly’s Croker return

IT’S hard to believe that it’s coming up on three and a half years since Tony Kelly last played in Croke Park – indeed,...

HURLING: Tony Griffin – ‘I’m so proud of Ballyea’

“WE’RE on track for that five-year plan,” said Jack Browne to Tony Griffin in Thurles after the All-Ireland semi-final was won. Both were beaming and...

HURLING: Joanie’s passion and pride in Ballyea

HURLING. The greatest game and the only game for Joan Browne, who is surrounded by it and completely immersed in it – in Ballyea...

HURLING: Kelly’s Heroes

Dónal Kelly has been one of the driving forces behind Ballyea’s emergence as a force in senior hurling over the past couple of years. ...