Last-chance saloon for many counties with serious intentions

Prospect of a truly exciting game with so much at stake in Omagh

Conor McDonald of Wexford battles with Dublin’s Eoghan O’Donnell during Wednesday’s Leinster under-21 Leinster hurling final. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

With nine of the senior panel part of the under-21s the Model County is on the rise

 Ger Brennan and Rory O’Carroll, (right)  celebrate beating Mayo in the 2013 All Ireland senior football final at Croke Park.Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

The St Vincent’s man is recovering from ankle surgery but could return for an All Ireland quarter-final tie

Limerick hurler Donal O’Grady: say “home advantage can work the other way if you’re struggling to make an impact because the crowd can get on edge. Photograph: Inpho

Veteran Limerick hurler believes Cork’s home advantage in Munster hurling final can be used against them

Dublin’s Donal Gormley  is put under pressure by Wexford’s Conor Devitt (left) and Rhys Clarke at Parnell Park, Dublin, during the Leinster Under-21 hurling final. Photograph: Sportsfile

Champions retain their title in a comprehensive fashion against Dublin

Dublin’s Danny Sutcliffe tries to tackle Kilkenny’s Cillian Buckley in the Leinster hurling final. Photograph: Inpho

Wing forward says Dublin have to regroup and go again in All-Ireland hurling quarter-final

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

Under-21 hurling championship final – Dublin v Wexford, Parnell Park

 Cork’s Damien Cahalane during their disappointing display against Kerry in the Munster final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. Photograph: Inpho

Aidan Cadogan likely to start on bench for Sunday’s Munster hurling final

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