Dublin’s Cian O’Callaghan in action against Westmeath in the Leinster under-21 semi-final in Mullingar. O’Callaghan’s task against Wexford will be to subdue Peter Kelly.  Photograph: Inpho

Wexford are on the cusp of making believers of us all. Defending champions, they are littered with hurlers who played leading roles in the unfathomab(...)

DUBLIN 2-25 GALWAY 2-13: As if part of some great cosmic realignment, Dublin hurlers continue to enjoy the sort of year they were supposed to have 12 (...)

Joe Canning: expected to exert a major influence over proceedings during Sunday’s Leinster senior hurling final

The Dublin hurlers must feel like Odysseus after finally returning home from the Trojan War only to find a gaggle of uninvited suitors dawdling in his(...)

What does it take to finish off a wounded Kilkenny? A consistent run of hurling matches without the litany of injuries of previous campaigns was all D(...)

 Conal Keaney was one of the many men to shine for Dublin in their win over Kilkenny. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Other than Richie Power, no Kilkenny forward had a shot from play in the second half of Saturday’s game. Point being, this was all about Dublin. It wa(...)

The final scoreboard at O’Moore Park. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

The All-Ireland champions could not possibly be this poor again. That’s the killer reality for Anthony Daly’s Dublin this morning, along with the know(...)

Kilkenny’s Walter Walsh and Ryan O’Dwyer of Dublin get in a tangle. Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Kilkenny 1-14 Dublin 0-17: Almost a result to shock the championship into life before June is spent. Almost. Dublin and Kilkenny will have to go at it(...)