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Published: 10:37 | 23/3/18

Kelly injury woe for Cody

Kevin Kelly will be out of action until July having undergone knee surgery, in another blow to Kilkenny chief Brian Cody.

Speaking to the Kilkenny People, Kelly conceded he would be on crutches for eight weeks.

"I was shocked when I learned the full extent of the injury. It is very disappointing but there is nothing that I can do unfortunately. All I can do is work hard and get back playing as quickly as I can."

Kelly damaged his articular cartilage in the left knee in the Leinster club final win over Wicklow's Glenealy but continued to play out the rest of the year.

It is deemed highly unlikely that both Paul Murphy and Colin Fennelly would be available for the opening round of the Leinster SHC, both on a tour of duty with the Irish army in Lebanon.

Tyrone need fast start against Dublin, says McManus

13:32 | 28/8/18

Tyrone need to make a strong start against Dublin in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC final, according to Monaghan forward Conor McManus.

Rochford resigns as Mayo manager

22:11 | 27/8/18

Stephen Rochford has resigned from his position as Mayo senior football manager.

Harte backs Tyrone to upset Dublin

14:19 | 26/8/18

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte believes the Red Hands can "upset the odds" against holders Dublin in next Sunday's All-Ireland SFC final.

Limerick fans urged to go "absolutely mental" after ending 45-year All-Ireland wait

18:18 | 19/8/18

Limerick goal hero Shane Dowling has pleaded with fans to go "absolutely mental for a couple of weeks" after the Treaty ended their 45-year wait for All-Ireland...

O'Sullivan boost for Dublin

09:17 | 17/8/18

Dublin manager Jim Gavin expects defender Cian O'Sullivan to recover from a hamstring injury in time to play the All-Ireland final against Tyrone on 2 September...

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