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Published: 18:08 | 26/1/16

Cruciate ligament woe for Aylward

Could miss entire 2016 campaign

Kilkenny corner-forward Ger Aylward could miss the entire season after suffering a cruciate ligament injury in a club match.

The Cats All-Star was forced off injured just 19 minutes into Glenmore’s All-Ireland Club JHC semi-final win against Dungourney of Cork on Sunday.

The news of the 23-year-old's injury was confirmed today and will come as another significant blow to Brian Cody's plans in the wake of the retirement of eight-time All-Ireland winner Richie Power earlier this month.

Following their victory, Glenmore will now face Eoghan Rua of Derry in the junior hurling decider on February 7th.

Fitzgerald worried about player burnout

11:57 | Today

Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald says the restructure of the 2018 hurling championship creates a risk of player burn-out.


Callanan relishing Galway home games

13:02 | 20/10/17

Galway's All-Ireland winning goalkeeper Colm Callanan is looking forward to home games against Kilkenny and Dublin in next year's restructured Championship.


Flynn committed to Dublin

14:42 | 20/10/17

Dublin forward Paul Flynn says he wants to play on next summer as he looks to claim a sixth All-Ireland medal.


Boland hopes to be fully fit for league campaign

11:14 | 20/10/17

Dublin forward Cian Boland hopes to hit the ground running under new hurling manager Pat Gilroy in 2018.


Meyler appointed as Cork hurling boss

18:43 | 19/10/17

John Meyler, father of Ireland soccer international David, has been appointed as Cork hurling manager.


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