Tipperary’s Kieran Bergin puts pressure on Alan McCrabbe of Dublin during their All-Ireland senior hurling championship quarter-final at Semple Stadium, Thurles, yesterday. photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Dublin strain to keep sight of Eamon O’Shea’s side who score early and keep scoring

 Stephen Hiney of Dublin, right, gets to grips with James Woodlock of Tipperary during yesterday’s All-Ireland SHC quarter-final at Semple Stadium. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Back to the drawing board for next year for dejected Dublin hurlers after quarter-final defeat

Tipperary’s John O’Dwyer soars high over a posse of Dublin players, including Shane Durkin, Liam Rushe and Michael Carton, in yesterday’s game. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Anthony Daly to take a few weeks to “clear the head” after Dublin’s All-Ireland exit

Dublin’s Kevin McMamamon: “There’s a kind of transparency in the way Jim picks on form so that it doesn’t really fester in anyone’s mind that he has his favourites or anything like that.” Photo: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

St Judes forward typifies the unity and togetherness so evident in Jim Gavin’s squad

A lot is expected from Wexford full forward  Conor McDonald as his side take on Waterford in the SHC at Nowlan Park.

Liam Dunne’s side found their range over the course of the Clare games and it should stand to them

Roscommon’s Enda Smith holds off Joshua Hayes of Cavan in the last round of qualifiers. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho

Armagh have a curiously poor record in qualifiers against Connacht sides

Kildare’s Tommy Moolick and Hugh McGrillen in action against Down in Round 2B of the All-Ireland qualifiers. Photograph: Inpho.

Home side have momentum but Jason Ryan’s team should prevail

Cork’s Paudie O’Sullivan celebrates his goal against Limerick last Sunday with Patrick Horgan. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

‘It was probably the toughest part of my career, in fairness my life in general’

Séamus Harnedy celebrates scoring his side’s crucial opening goal against Limerick during the Munster final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Goals key as Rebels dethrone holders Limerick to regain their first Munster title since 2006

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