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Monday 27 March 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Division 1A

All time
Allianz Hurling League: Full-time round-up
Here’s a round-up of the results from today’s clashes.
# Fitness Concern
McGrath injury worry for Tipperary
Meanwhile there are four league debutants on the Clare team announced for their Division 1A tie against Waterford today.
# Rebel Roar
Division 1A HL: Cork comfortable winners against Tipperary
Jimmy Barry-Murphy’s side got their league campaign off to an impressive start in Páirc Uí Rinn.
Cork v Tipperary, Allianz HL Division 1A
Eamonn O’Shea took charge of Tipperary for the first time in a league encounter tonight in Páirc Uí Rinn against Cork.
# Comment
Six Pack: Division 1A hurling league preview
Games to watch, players to note and things to monitor in the top flight of this year’s Allianz Hurling League.
# Team news
White to start for Cork, as O'Dwyer named in Tipperary lineup
The youngster has extensive experience with the side at underage level.
# Hurling Education
Cork netminder Nash pays tribute to Cusack
Last year’s Allstar winner has spoken of the influence the established goalkeeper has had on his career.
# Sidelined
Clare suffer McGrath and Dillon injury setbacks
The Banner’s hurling side will have to plan without some key players for the opening rounds of their Allianz Hurling League Division 1A campaign.
# Preview
Ulster Bank League: Belvo hope to reel in Lansdowne before winter break
The league is heading into hibernation, but not until plenty of precious points have been stored.
# club rugby
Ulster Bank League: Cork Con show their title credentials by toppling league-leading Lansdowne
Johnny Holland was the hero for Constitution while Dolphin blitzed the champions and Old Belvedere got their first win in some style.
# Hurling
2013 National Hurling League Fixtures
The provisional fixture programme has been released for next spring’s league hurling action.
# Comeback
Garryowen survive double yellow card blow to win All-Ireland Final
The Limerick side were down to 13 men and trailing at half-time before battling back to clinch the Bateman Cup.
Kilkenny v Clare, National Hurling League Division 1A semi-final
Davy Fitzgerald’s side looked to build on their victory over Limerick when they took on the imposing Cats at Semple stadium.
# Semi-final Countdown
Close encounters: Tipp ready for another tight contest with JBM’s Rebels
Noel McGrath says there’ll be nothing to choose between the sides when Tipperary and Cork clash in the Division 1A semi-finals this afternoon.
# Semi-final Countdown
Larkin encourages Cats squad to pounce on opportunity
Clare have earned the right to be respected ahead of tomorrow’s NHL semi-final, Kilkenny captain Eoin Larkin says.
# Team Talk
It's D-Day (again): Galway name team for relegation replay
Iarla Tannian returns as one of three changes in the Galway hurling side to face Dublin on Saturday.
# Replay
Dublin and Galway to meet again after Tullamore thriller
Niall McMorrow was the hero for Anthony Daly’s side, who had two players sent off in extra time.
# D-Day
Canning preaches patience for Galway's youth project
Galway’s hurlers are still only getting to know each other as they face into this afternoon’s Division 1A relegation play-off against Dublin, forward Joe Canning says.
# Division 1A
Win or bust: Dubs and Galway name sides for relegation decider
Anthony Daly and Anthony Cunningham have named vastly changed sides for Sunday’s Division 1A relegation play-off.
# Waiting Game
Don't call it a comeback: Canning says he won't be ready for relegation decider
Joe Canning admits that he’s unlikely to play any part in Sunday’s Division 1A relegation play-off against Dublin.
# Ready for War
What crisis? Dublin hurlers plan to keep calm and carry on
Dublin are facing into a Division 1A relegation play-off but there’s no need to panic, says Dublin forward Ryan O’Dwyer.
# Opening Weekend
Ryan mixes it up for Tipp's trip to Kilkenny
Donagh Maher and Adrian Ryan both make their hurling league debuts for the Premier on Sunday.