Hurling on centre stage at Clonmel Junction Festival
Anne O'Donoghue
Cathal Ryan talks to Anne O’Donoghue about his new play Pucked, which celebrates the GAA while also exploring toxic masculinity in sport.
15 June 2022 Sport
Looking beyond Croker for the quarter-finals
Perhaps it might be time to look beyond the capital for the Championships quarter-finals.
8 June 2022 Sport
Hurling rules supreme as Semple showdown sparkles
Limerick and Clare’s thrilling clash in Thurles lit up the weekend of GAA action.
Limerick and Galway look to have the edge but anything can happen
After a week off, hurling will be front and centre this weekend, with two provincial titles up for grabs.
1 June 2022 Sport
Can Clare stop Limerick from making it a double?
Denis Hurley looks at the sports for the coming weekend, and whether the Shannonsiders can their first Munster double in 88 years.
25 May 2022 Sport
Return of round-robin to All-Ireland hurling
The round-robin format brings more excitement and drama to the All-Ireland hurling championships.
18 May 2022 Sport
Waterford close the gap, but Limerick are still the favourites
While Limerick still have to be the All-Ireland favourites, Waterford have shown that they are not far off, writes Denis Hurley.
27 April 2022 Sport
Strong chance of Irish presence in Heineken Cup home stretch
Having come away from Thomond Park with a 15-point victory over Munster, the Leinster squad is looking strong, but Connacht might still be able to put it up to the men in blue, writes Denis Hurley.
6 April 2022 Sport
A game to define success
While Ireland may be the favourites ahead of the game in London this weekend, the team shouldn’t worry about England and should instead focus on themselves.
9 March 2022 Sport
Sport: sticking to what I know best
Having officially completed his book on Cork hurling, Denis Hurley is giving Irish Country Living a peak behind the curtains, and a chance to win a copy
2 March 2022 Sport
Win or lose: how you act is what defines you
While both the hurling and football leagues have both kicked off in earnest, the club action was hard to fault in recent weeks, writes Denis Hurley
16 February 2022 Sport
Living Life: Paudie Maher on his hurling career
This week Tipperary’s Paudie Maher retired from hurling. From developing skills as a juvenile to the professionalism of modern-day GAA, he chats with Anne O’Donoghue.
2 February 2022 Living Life