Pat Horgan: In the years since making his debut since 2008, he has been a constant leader in  in red for Cork through days good and bad. Photograph: Ryan  Byrene/Inpho

On Friday evening, the Glen Rovers club held a mass to celebrate the unquenchable light of Christy Ring’s hurling life. The Cloyne man died suddenly (...)

The GAA’s decision not to distribute tickets through clubs, thereby creating an online backlog and physical queues for supporters wishing to attend Su(...)

Anthony Nash: The Cork goalkeeper’s puck-outs will be pivotal to his county’s hopes against Limerick on Sunday. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

If possession is nine-tenths of the law, then hurling goalkeepers play a pivotal role in trying to ensure their team-mates have both quality and quan(...)

The foundations of Newbridge Avenue in Sandymount were constructed with stone which originally came from the Dodderbank Distillery, a 21-acre site and(...)

Waterford’s Austin Gleeson celebrates scoring his side’s third goal, a memorable individual effort, against Cork at Croke Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

 WATERFORD 4-19 CORK 0-20 Where to start? Cork, hot favourites and with the blood and bandages bandwagon in full cry, came to Croke Park as Muns(...)

Waterford full back Barry Coughlan in against Wexford last weekend. Photograph: Inpho/Morgan Treacy

Hurling is evolving. It’s there for everyone to see. It’s there for everyone to hear too – you can’t turn on the radio these days without coming acros(...)

Cork’s Alan Cadogan scores the opening goal against Clare in the Munster final. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Looking at the two teams last Sunday, if you knew nothing about hurling and you were asked to pick out the team with All-Ireland medals, you certainly(...)

Clare’s John Conlon gets his shot away under pressure from Cork’s Colm Spillane during Sunday’s Munster hurling final at Semple Stadium, Thurles.Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Munster Senior Hurling Championship final Cork 1-25 Clare 1-20 At the end, the Cork kids ran on the pitch. All the Cork kids, starting with the grey(...)

Shane Kingston of Cork celebrates scoring a goal. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

The summer is a day old and already we’re spoilt. Cork and Tipp and hurling left us floating out of Thurles on pure endorphins. A game that laid on th(...)

Former Cork hurler  Diarmuid O’Sullivan said ‘I absolutely enjoyed the physicality of hurling and I do not think there is any need to try and remove it from the game’. Photograph: The Irish Times

He wasn’t called ‘The Rock’ for nothing but former Cork hurler, Diarmuid O’Sullivan has welcomed a suggestion by Donegal consultant surgeon, Dr Kevin (...)

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