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# Anthony Nash

This year
Anthony Nash: How Cian Lynch turned the All-Ireland final Limerick's way
A breakdown of the key period where the captain used his skills, courage and lightning-quick hurling brain to perfect effect.
Anthony Nash: Quaid game management, Murphy heroics and Hill 16 concerns
The 42′s hurling columnist on the weekend’s big talking points.
Anthony Nash: Even us fans of the split season can see the championship is too rushed
Further tweaks can be made to give the bigger games more time to breathe.
Anthony Nash: Why Patrick Horgan should and will be back
Cork face a tough summer of reflection, but know they need their driven, obsessed talisman in 2024.
Anthony Nash: Streaming is here to stay, but hurling's big days must be elevated
The GAA is in the broadcasting game now, with all of the earning potential and headaches that come with it.
Anthony Nash: The pecking order, craic and obsessional focus of championship week
This time of year gives meaning to the months of preparation that have gone before.
Anthony Nash: Davy Fitz was not wrong to test the boundaries with man behind the wire
Managers need to be able to get messages onto the field, and the current system does not make that straightforward.
Anthony Nash: We should enjoy the league without second guessing its importance
Teams have become sophisticated at preparing for games six months away – but they can still only live in the here and now.
Last year
'If it keeps going the way it is, a player’s inter-county career is going to get shorter'
Anthony Nash was talking to the GAA Weekly podcast.
'Nowadays players want to have their opinion heard - a dictatorship would never work'
Anthony Nash lifts the lid on what it takes for a modern-day manager to achieve buy-in from their players.
Nash retires from club hurling: 'I took off my boots for the final time and got emotional'
Two-time All-Star Anthony Nash has brought an end to his playing career.
Anthony Nash: The All-Ireland final will come down to who breaks first
What will Kilkenny do when the green machine puts on the squeeze?
'I like to see that passion and I don't think he got overly carried away'
Anthony Nash assesses the future All-Ireland prospects of last weekend’s beaten semi-finalists, Galway and Clare.
Anthony Nash: 'I would trust Pat working with him in senior and what he's done with the U20s'
Ryan managed Cork to two All-Ireland U20 hurling wins last year.
Anthony Nash: The constant mental battle that comes with being a hurling goalkeeper
The42 columnist Anthony Nash on the reality of being number one.
Cork's mistake over Horgan - 'It was a bad shout. They created their own enemy'
Anthony Nash feels the decision to drop Patrick Horgan was a costly mistake.
Nash: 'They looked like a team that weren't drilled at all. They need to change something'
Tipperary were outmatched technically and physically by Cork last Sunday.
Anthony Nash: 'He is the most underrated hurler in the county'
Luke Meade was a key performer during Cork’s victory over Waterford.
'It would give Cork a bit of excitement to see him pulling the strings at centre forward'
Anthony Nash on the positioning of Patrick Horgan and if the Rebels can kick against Waterford.
Anthony Nash: The camera never lies, but does it tell the whole truth?
Watching back the Galway vs Kilkenny game from the behind the goal camera was an interesting experience.
Anthony Nash: 'I get the same feeling from Cork now. It seems not a happy place to be'
Cork’s current issues remind Anthony Nash of their struggles in 2016.
'It was a huge moment. That was some effort' - Nash hails last-gasp Sutcliffe block
Dublin secured a vital one-point victory in Wexford Park last weekend.
Anthony Nash: 'You got turned over in last year's final and play the exact same way?'
Anthony Nash highlights selection and structural issues that Cork need to fix after Sunday’s loss.
Anthony Nash: Do you really want to know what a soft hurler is?
Cork want to beat Limerick more than any team in Ireland.
'Waterford have cracked a code where they are able to play it both ways'
Anthony Nash sees a big mental switch in Stephen Bennett’s approach.
'Was this why Davy went with the sweeper?'
Anthony Nash believes Wexford’s defence struggled to cope with Waterford’s pace on Sunday.
Anthony Nash: We should promote hurling better with live streaming and Friday night games
The former Cork hurler believes live streaming of games should continue post-pandemic.
'You had fellas saying he is past it. Do three months make that much of a difference?'
Anthony Nash reckons Patrick Horgan delivered a timely reminder of what he can do for Cork last weekend.
Will roaming goalkeepers work in hurling?
Cork’s use of Patrick Collins has been intriguing.
'If consistency comes into that Cork team, they're one of the main contenders for the All-Ireland'
Anthony Nash talked about Cork’s fortunes on the latest hurling episode of The42 GAA Weekly.
The key hurling analyst linking Limerick and Ballygunner All-Ireland wins
Speaking on The42′s GAA Weekly, Anthony Nash hailed Ballygunner and Limerick lead analyst Sean O’Donnell.
'My father got me trials for Cork minors and I had war with him. "I'm not good enough, Dad"'
Anthony Nash revisits the highs and lows of his remarkable inter-county career.
Anthony Nash urges caution over deliberate foul rule
An amendment proposes that fouls “as a ‘rule of thumb” less than 25 metres infield of each side-line would not be considered goalscoring opportunities.
'You can't lose a home game for a concert. It just looks terrible'
Anthony Nash believes Cork should never lose a home game because of a concert.
All time
Who will step forward for Cork and Waterford hurlers as new goalkeeper era begins?
The retirement of Anthony Nash and departure of Stephen O’Keeffe means it is a time for change.
Recently retired Cork goalkeeper Nash in line to play for Limerick club this season
Anthony Nash has strong family connections to the South Liberties club.
'Anthony got the most out of himself, he's served that jersey very well' - Cusack pays tribute to Nash
Donal Óg Cusack paid tribute to his former Cork goalkeeping colleague after he retired on Sunday.
'I went pale. They said 'You're on'' - When Anthony Nash stepped out of a Cork legend's shadow
The Rebels star had to be patient to get his chance at inter-county level, but he would eventually go on to become a top goalkeeper in his own right.
'It just goes to show the level that county management is gone to and the mental drain that's happening'
Cork coach Kieran Murphy on the growing demands facing inter-county management and players.
Anthony Nash: 'Munster will mean nothing above in Croke Park in four weeks time'
The Cork goalkeeper is keen to make a mark on the All-Ireland semi-final stage.