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Tipperary’s Donagh Maher goes up with Limerick’s Aaron Gillane at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

The biggest GAA weekend of the championship to date drew the crowds and provided plenty of talking points. Munster’s hurling championship, held sacred(...)

Dublin manager Pat Gilroy and coach Anthony Cunningham.  What’s the dynamic there? Is  Cunningham  calling the shots during a game or is the manager? Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

Going into the championship no team has more question marks hanging over them than Dublin. At the start of the week you would have been hard pushed to(...)

PJ Delaney of Kilkenny chased by Ruairi Boland of Dublin in the 1998 Leinster Hurling Championship. Photograph: Vesna Djilas/Inpho

This Sunday, Dublin face Kilkenny in the championship at Parnell Park for the first time in 20 years. It feels like a lifetime away and is milestoned (...)

Galway’s David Burke is at the heart of everything they do. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Leinster DUBLIN Manager: Pat Gilroy (1st year) Odds: All-Ireland 66/1; Leinster 11/1 AHL 1B: 4th, beat Laois and Antrim, lost to Limerick, Galway an(...)

Michael Ryan:  the Tipperary boss has one-third of a team to come back and the forwards will be far stronger with Séamus Callanan, Noel McGrath and Dan McCormack. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

The new championship format is shaping up like Brexit. Everybody knows that it’s coming but nobody’s quite sure of the practical implications. So far(...)

Here is what we know. We know almost nothing. No change there, says you. Yeah, well you know almost nothing either, genius. Nobody does. Not even r(...)

Liam Silke: “It’s kind of my last chance to go away to America so I just want to take that opportunity.” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

You’d imagine Liam Silke would be keen to play for Galway this summer given how the stars have aligned so neatly for him and his county. It’s exactl(...)

Jim Gavin: was used in his playing days to curbing his own natural game in order to service the greater  needs of the Dublin team. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

There was much in retrospect that looks obvious about Jim Gavin’s playing days when tracing his development into the most successful Dublin football m(...)

Anthony Daly, who is now managing Kilmacud Crokes: “I think at the end of this year, everyone needs to sit down and work out what went right and what didn’t.” Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

So how is April going for you? You, the county player easing back into civilian life with a month to shake off the niggles before the music strikes b(...)

Danny Sutcliffe: “The only thing we can do is prepare ourselves as best we can to give a good performance in May.” Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Danny Sutcliffe hadn’t arrived in time for Dublin’s breakthrough league title seven years ago and at this stage the county is a fair way off the heady(...)

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