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 More about the hurling statistics hurlingstats.com
As of now hurlingstats.com contains statistics for the 2004 and 2005 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship only.
The primary source of information for hurlingstats.com is the hurling match reports found in the Irish Times, Irish Independent and Irish Examiner newspapers.
It aims to provide a comprehensive and accurate set of facts and figures about hurling matches, hurling teams, hurling scores and hurlers.
www.hurlingstats.com /about.php   (198 words)

  
 Where's Ginger part 8 :: ABC Canberra
Hurling is a tricky game which is played at great speed with a small ball and sticks that have a paddle-like end.On the Sunday I was in Dublin, Cork beat Kilkenny in the 2004 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship.
Hurling and Gaelic Football are Ireland's national sports.
In Australia we are used to this but in Ireland, this is new.
www.abc.net.au /canberra/stories/s1204134.htm   (354 words)

  
 The GAA have announced that the Guinness sponsorship of the All-Ireland Hurling Championship is to be extended by a further two years after this year.
The GAA have announced that the Guinness sponsorship of the All-Ireland Hurling Championship is to be extended by a further two years after this year.
Hurling has enjoyed a new lease of life in the period since Guinness first became involved as sponsors and we are looking forward to once again working with them towards the promotion of the 2004 Hurling Championships.
This is the 10th year of Guinness' involvement with the Hurling Championship.
www.downgaa.net /downgaa/general/news/2004/may_guinness_deal.htm   (431 words)

  
 Cork City Council > News & Current Events: Latest News: Civic Reception to honour the Cork Senior Hurling Team on winning the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 2005
Clune with members of the Cork County Board and members of the Cork Senior Hurling Team at a civic reception on Wednesday 26th of October in City Hall to honour the Team's All-Ireland Hurling Championship Victory.
Civic Reception on Wednesday 26th October 2005 to honour the Cork Senior Hurling Team on winning the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 2005.
Fresh on the heels of the All-Ireland victory in 2004 over the other aristocrats of hurling, Kilkenny, this year’s panel have proven it was no fluke by repeating the performance this year against Galway in bringing the McCarthy Cup back to Leeside once again.
www.corkcorp.ie /news/latest/civic_reception_hurling_team.shtml   (712 words)

  
 Western People: Mayo prepare for new look 2005 All-Ireland Hurling championship
Details of the 2005 All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Tier II competition that Mayo and Roscommon will participate in next year have been announced.
The top two teams in each group will qualify for the Tier II semi-finals with the final being a curtain-raiser to one of the games in closing stages of the All Ireland Senior Hurling championship.
Joined by eight other teams (all of whom played in Division 2 of the Allianz Hurling League in 2004), the two Connacht counties await the draw for two groups of five teams that will be play in Sections 2(a) and 2(b), meaning all sides play four group matches.
www.westernpeople.ie /news/story.asp?j=22333   (177 words)

  
 Sarsfields Hurling Club
Sarsfields Hurling Club now has the best of facilities including a club house, two playing pitches, a hurling wall, an all-weather pitch and 4 new dressing rooms completed in 2004.
The club boasts an number of inter-county players in the past and present like Paddy Barry (Captained Cork Seniors to All-Ireland Glory), Alan Lotty, Micka Brennan, Teddy McCarthy(Dual All-Ireland winner), John Considine, Bertie og and Tadgh Murphy.
Sarsfields Hurling Club is one of the oldest hurling Clubs in Cork, est.
www.sarsfields.net   (163 words)

  
 Pressreleases Index
It may not sport the county colours of Galway but the arrival of a new Scania R580 V8 TOPLINE 4x2 Tractor Unit at Glynns Transport co-incided with the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final weekend.
The 28 year-old beat off the challenge of 26 other finalists from each of the EU member states plus Norway, Switzerland and Turkey to claim the top prize of a new Scania R-Series truck.
Following the introduction of the first 2 PB's into their fleet in 2004 Bernard Kavanagh & sons decided to purchase 10 more in 2005.
www.westwardscania.com /About_us/News   (208 words)

  
 Kerry Hurlers 2004 Hurling League and Championship campaign
Even prior to the announcement of the senior team withdrawing from the All-Ireland qualifiers, local hurling needed a shot in the arm and it was emphatically delivered by the next generation of Kerry hurlers.
Limerick, with senior hurler, Andrew O'Shaughnessy well marshalled in the corner, had to depend on their other senior, Niall Moran to keep them in the hunt as they traded points with Kerry the whole way to the interval, at which point it was 0-6 each.
PRIDE was somewhat restored to Kerry hurling in the wake of this absorbing Munster U-21 Hurling Championship first round match but there is no glory in defeat, and Kerry can be justifiably disappointed that they left this one behind them last Thursday.
homepage.eircom.net /~kilmoyleygaa/Kerry/2004.htm   (2338 words)

  
 Sligo Weekender: Hurlers begin journey with Croker in mind
The GAA have rightly done away with the unpopular Junior and All-Ireland ‘B’ competitions and replaced them with the ‘third-tier’ Nicky Rackard Cup and the ‘second tier’ Christy Ring Cup to coincide with the re-formatted, and hugely-popular Liam McCarthy Cup competition, or the Guinness All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship as it is more commonly known.
Sligo were pitted in the Nicky Rackard Cup despite playing in Division Two of the Allianz National Hurling League this year as the draws were based on the Allianz League tables of 2004, when Sligo were in Division Three and Mayo were a level above.
SLIGO Senior hurlers begin a quest that could lead them all the way to Croke Park this Saturday in the first game of the new Nicky Rackard Cup.
www.sligoweekender.ie /news/story.asp?j=23462   (757 words)

  
 Limerick Leader - July 3rd, 2004 - Sport - Index
ANOTHER year and another early exit from the Guinness All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship for Limerick.
And with 28 All-Ireland's on their sideboard, it must be acknowledged they know what they are talking about.
LEAGUE of Ireland soccer in the city is really at a crossroads.
www.limerick-leader.ie /issues/20040703/sport.html   (503 words)

  
 Western People: Mayo prepare for new look 2005 All-Ireland Hurling championship
Details of the 2005 All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Tier II competition that Mayo and Roscommon will participate in next year have been announced.
The top two teams in each group will qualify for the Tier II semi-finals with the final being a curtain-raiser to one of the games in closing stages of the All Ireland Senior Hurling championship.
Joined by eight other teams (all of whom played in Division 2 of the Allianz Hurling League in 2004), the two Connacht counties await the draw for two groups of five teams that will be play in Sections 2(a) and 2(b), meaning all sides play four group matches.
www.westernpeople.ie /news/story.asp?j=22333   (189 words)

  
 Garda Sportstar Awards 2004
Winner of All Ireland club championship with Newtownshandrum and winner of senior All Ireland Hurling Championship with Cork 2004.
Gaelic Football - John Crowley stationed at Mayfield in Cork and winner of All Ireland Senior Football Championship and National League with Kerry in 2004.
Hall Of Fame - Brendan Lynch of Roscommon winner of All Ireland Football Championship in 1943 and 1944, and Minor All Ireland 1941.
www.garda.ie /angarda/majorevents/coistesiamsaawards2004.html   (316 words)

  
 Waterford Today - 25 August 2004 - Cork and Kerry in Repeat Final
So then, after 31 games stretching back to May 2nd, the way has been cleared for the 2004 Guinness All-Ireland hurling final in which Kilkenny will play Cork for the second successive year.
Henry Shefflin will top the 2004 Guinness championship scoring charts irrespective of how Kilkenny fare in the All-Ireland final against Cork.
Also, both counties are tied on 28 All-Ireland senior titles each so the battle to take the lead outright is certain to be intense.
www.waterford-today.ie /index.php?id=11371&what=3&issue=214   (316 words)

  
 Tipperary GAA Scene - 2003 Articles
Referees in Finals; Admission Prices for County Final; County Senior Football Final; Tipperary All-County Football League; Inter-Firms GAA; Masters Hurling; Declan Browne going Down Under; Mid Under 10 Blitz; Tipperary GAA Members Draw 2003/2004; Advanced School of Hurling; Tipp Team in NY; Scor AGM; World Handball Championships; Harty Cup Fixtures; Intermediate Camogie Final
County Final Dates; Credit Unions Tipperary Senior Football Championship; Tipperary All-County Adult Football League; Loughmore-Castleiney win 9th Mid Senior Hurling title; Tipperary Club in New York; Change in Football Management Committee; 2003 Post Primary Schools Board AGM; Masters Football; Primary Schools Coaching; Summer Camps; Coaching Newsletter
Tipp U-21's win Munster title; Tipp Minor to play All-Ireland Semi-Final; Great win for Ladies Footballers; Football Development Programme Set-up; Tipperary GAA Members Draw 2003 / 2004; New Committee set-up; Munster Under-21 Football Championship; Ticket Details for Kilkenny match; Summer Camps in July; All-Ireland Poc Fada Final
tipperary.gaa.ie /tippgaascene2003.htm   (316 words)

  
 Munster GAA Web Site
Munster champions Waterford are out of the 2004 Senior Hurling championship after losing to Kilkenny in the All-Ireland semi-final on a scoreline of 3-12 to 0-18, despite 13 points from Paul Flynn.
Munster champions Kerry are through to the 2004 All-Ireland Senior Football final after a 1-17 to 1-11 victory over Derry.
It was a good weekend for Munster hurling as all five Munster counties in Division 1 qualified for the second phase of the National League along with Galway.
munster.gaa.ie /2004_newsarchive.htm   (316 words)

  
 Hurling in West Waterford Ireland
In 2002 and 2004 Waterford won the Munster Senior Hurling Championship.
Success was achieved in the 1992 All Ireland U-21 final against Offaly.Waterford also reached the Minor All Ireland final in 1992.In 1994 the county won the Munster u-21 championship.
Mick Curley and Pa Sheehan were part of the Waterford 1929 Minor hurling team that won the All-Ireland.In 1931 there were nine Tallow players on the panel which won the Junior Hurling All-Ireland.
homepage.eircom.net /~westwaterford/hurling.htm   (316 words)

  
 Sarsfields Hurling Club
The club boasts an number of inter-county players in the past and present like Paddy Barry (Captained Cork Seniors to All-Ireland Glory), Alan Lotty, Micka Brennan, Teddy McCarthy(Dual All-Ireland winner), John Considine, Bertie og and Tadgh Murphy.
Sarsfields Hurling Club now has the best of facilities including a club house, two playing pitches, a hurling wall, an all-weather pitch and 4 new dressing rooms completed in 2004.
In the Evening Echo Cork County Senior hurling Championship Sarsfields have been drawn against near neighbours Erins Own in the first round
www.sarsfields.net   (176 words)

  
 Diary 2004 / Sports Extra / ireland.com
7 All-Ireland Senior Football championship quarter-finals (2 games); All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship semi-final, Galway v Leinster
19 All-Ireland Football Championship qualifier, round two; Preliminary Hurling qualifier, Ulster runners up v Kerry/Cork; All-Ireland Hurling Championship qualifier, round one
31-2.8 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship quarter-finals (2 games); Minor Football Championship quarter-finals
www.ireland.com /sports/diary2004.htm   (176 words)

  
 Munster GAA Web Site
Munster champions Waterford are out of the 2004 Senior Hurling championship after losing to Kilkenny in the All-Ireland semi-final on a scoreline of 3-12 to 0-18, despite 13 points from Paul Flynn.
Munster finalists Tipperary will hope to qualify for the All-Ireland Minor Hurling semi-final when they play Leinster finalists Dublin in Dr. Cullen Park Carlow on Saturday at 3:00pm.
Munster's footballers lost to Leinster in the semi-final of the inter-provincial championship on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-9.
munster.gaa.ie /2004_newsarchive.htm   (10670 words)

  
 Diary 2004 / Sports Extra / ireland.com
7 All-Ireland Senior Football championship quarter-finals (2 games); All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Championship semi-final, Galway v Leinster
10 Natwest Series final, Lord's; Irish Senior Cup Third Round.
11 Leinster Senior League Final; Natwest Series Final Reserve Day, Lord's
www.ireland.com /sports/diary2004.htm   (10670 words)

  
 Sligo Weekender - 2005/06/14: Hurlers begin journey with Croker in mind
The GAA have rightly done away with the unpopular Junior and All-Ireland ‘B’ competitions and replaced them with the ‘third-tier’ Nicky Rackard Cup and the ‘second tier’ Christy Ring Cup to coincide with the re-formatted, and hugely-popular Liam McCarthy Cup competition, or the Guinness All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship as it is more commonly known.
Sligo were pitted in the Nicky Rackard Cup despite playing in Division Two of the Allianz National Hurling League this year as the draws were based on the Allianz League tables of 2004, when Sligo were in Division Three and Mayo were a level above.
SLIGO Senior hurlers begin a quest that could lead them all the way to Croke Park this Saturday in the first game of the new Nicky Rackard Cup.
archives.tcm.ie /sligoweekender/2005/06/14/story23462.asp   (758 words)

  
 Dunshaughlin G.A.A. Club, Co. Meath, Ireland
Next titles won were the junior hurling in 1923 and Senior hurling in 1925.
Nothing happened again until around 1937 with hurling now defunct the club returned to the football scene as Dunshaughlin and the first football title came the way in 1950 winning the junior crown beating Skryne in the final.
The first major success in football came when we beat Nobber to win the 1977 intermediate championship.
www.dunshaughlingaa.com /history.htm   (601 words)

  
 Cloyne
Cloyne have a senior hurling team now and will contest the Cork Senior Hurling Championship final in Oct 2004.
Cloyne (Irish: Cluain) is a small village to the south-east of the town of Midleton in eastern County Cork in Ireland.
The village of Cloyne has a round tower which is the village's symbol.
www.kiwipedia.com /cloyne.html   (196 words)

  
 Newtownshandrum GAA
NEXT Sunday’s line-up in the permanent tsb county senior hurling championship semi-finals at Pirc U Chaoimh includes three of the teams that made it to the penultimate stage of the competition last year.
COLM O'SULLIVAN was the hero in Cloyne's victory over defending All-Ireland club champions Newtownshandrum in the semi-final of the permanent tsb SHC.
Since this is the Centenary Year of camogie, plans are being set in motion to organise a camogie reunion in 2004.
www.newtownshandrum.com   (196 words)

  
 Hoganstand - Roscommon GAA Football & Hurling
Tulsk’s victory in the 2004 Roscommon junior football championship was equally spectacular.
Tulsk slipped ingloriously from senior to junior level in successive seasons, 2000-2001, but the recent heroics in Connacht have gone a long way towards dispelling the bitter memory of that sudden fall from grace.
Which is just as well, as the All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry and Munster champions Finuge was played on February 20 (Tulsk were beaten by seven points) with the Roscommon leagues due to commence in mid-March!
www.hoganstand.com /roscommon/ArticleForm.aspx?ID=46227   (196 words)

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