New Dublin hurling manager Ger Cunningham. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho.

Some people have been tempted to describe Tommy Dunne as the first backroom casualty of the new season, although there is nothing contentious about h(...)

Anthony Daly: “I think we have to trust our referees and make them better, not be giving out stupid bookings for stuff that I don’t think were yellow cards.” Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Anthony Daly believes the proposal to replace players that receive two yellow cards won’t make it through Congress. The former Dublin and Clare manage(...)

Ger Cunningham looks on from the stands during Dublin’s Walsh Cup win over Antrim. Donall Farmer/Inpho

Dublin 0-28 Antrim 2-12 Ger Cunningham said he’s undecided about Dublin’s next captain after watching his inherited side cruise to the Walsh Cu(...)

Limerick’s Séamus Hickey: “We were wondering where we could get the impetus to drive this programme forward . . . . I’m really chuffed for Limerick hurling.” Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Limerick All Star Séamus Hickey is happy to have a home-grown manager remain in charge of the county’s senior hurling team although he welcomes Anth(...)

On Saturday morning April 12th, 2014, I sat on my couch armed with a bowl of porridge flicking between BBC’s Saturday Kitchen and Super Rugby. Between(...)

Anthony Daly has taken on a new position in Limerick. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Dublin hurler Danny Sutcliffe says ex-manager Anthony Daly has embarked upon the “perfect” role for him as head of the Limerick hurling academy and co(...)

Former Dublin manager Anthony DalyPhotograph: Donall Farmer / Inpho

Limerick have announced the appointment of former Clare player and manager Anthony Daly as head coach of the their hurling academy.Since stepping do(...)

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Former manager Anthony Daly gave ‘six epic seasons’ to Dublin, said John Costello. Photograph:  James Crombie/Inpho

Dublin chief executive John Costello has conceded the county’s senior hurlers lack the depth at the moment to mount a consistent challenge in champio(...)

Dublin CEO John Costello believes hurling would benefit from the introduction of the black card

Dublin chief executive John Costello has said that hurling would benefit from the introduction of the black card. In the course of a wide ranging a(...)