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Thursday 28 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Walsh Cup

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Galway hurlers put up 4-37 against IT Carlow in Walsh Cup semis
Tribesmen will play either Kilkenny or Wexford in next week’s final.
Kilkenny and Galway book Walsh Cup semi-final spots but Offaly miss out
Walter Walsh and Jonjo Farrell each scored a brace of goals for Kilkenny this afternoon.
Fitzgerald continues unbeaten record as Wexford boss with three-point defeat of Dublin
Their reward for tonight’s win is a spot in the Walsh Cup semi-finals.
Kilkenny fire 6 goals at Abbotstown while Wexford and Laois triumph again
Two goals apiece for Jonjo Farrell and Richie Leahy for the Cats.
More good news for Galway youngsters as they make it back-to-back wins in Walsh Cup
Micheal Donoghue’s men earned a convincing victory over NUI Galway.
10 pictures that perfectly capture the opening weekend of the 2017 GAA season
After a few months away, it’s so good to have it back!
Liam Rushe sent off as Dublin get their Walsh Cup campaign off to a winning start
Alex Quinn and Cian O’Sullivan found the net as the Metropolitans saw off a spirited Carlow side.
Dublin to start with 2017 Parnell double-header and Kilkenny set for Thursday night hurling
The opening fixtures for the O’Byrne Cup and Walsh Cup have been announced.
Davy Fitzgerald on his health, hurling and how Wexford changed his mind
The former Clare manager is impressed with what he has seen so far in the south-east.
Dillon's rocket inspires Dubs to Walsh Cup victory
It’s the third time in six years that the Sky Blues have won the competition.
Here are the 36 GAA fixtures to look out for this week
The Allianz football leagues commence next weekend.
Eddie Brennan wants pre-season GAA competitions scrapped to tackle player burnout
The eight-time All-Ireland winner also criticised teams who disregarded the GAA’s winter training ban.
The best of the weekend's GAA action captured in 15 pictures
From St Brendan’s Park to Sean Treacy Park, it was a busy day.
Dublin, Galway, Offaly and Wexford seal places in Walsh Cup semi-finals
The semi-final clashes will take place next weekend.
Kilkenny lose 2016 opener, Galway win again and Dr McKenna Cup reaches semi-finals
There was pre-season action in Leinster and Ulster tonight.
Meath, Longford and Louth book places in O'Byrne Cup semi-finals
There was also Walsh Cup action today.
Canning finds range as Donoghue gets Galway tenure off to winning start
The Tribesmen played more than half the game with 14 men after David Burke was sent off for a second yellow card.
We'll know more about Conal Keaney's Dublin future once Ballyboden's club campaign ends
Dublin hurling boss Ger Cunningham is leaving the veteran focus on club commitments.
7 goals in Walsh Cup clash tonight as Dublin triumph against UCD
Ger Cunningham saw his side get off to a winning start for 2016.
Dublin hurlers unveil panel for their 2016 opener in tonight's Walsh Cup game
Dublin face UCD in Belfield tonight.
16 pictures that capture the start of the 2016 GAA season
And we’re off for another year of action…
Laois and Wexford begin campaigns with victory
The Walsh Cup got under way today with the O’Moore side and Model men prevailing in their respective clashes.
Canning breaks finger as Galway and Laois book Walsh Cup semi-final places
The Tribesmen cruised to victory over Offaly while the Midlanders got the better of Wexford.
Dublin ease past Antrim into the Walsh Cup semi-finals
It was another easy win for Ger Cunnignham’s side.
After 5 operations and 48 days in hospital, Tomás Waters is back as captain of the Wexford hurlers
Injury nightmare now just a memory for the St Martins full-back who will skipper the Slaneysiders on Sunday
Kilkenny withdraw from Walsh Cup after All-Ireland winning captain's father passes away
Lester Ryan’s father Johnny has passed away.
Dublin prove too strong for DIT as the Ger Cunningham era gets off to a flying start
The new manager saw his side move a step closer to the Walsh Cup semi-finals.
Wins for Galway and Wexford in Walsh Cup
The Kehoe Cup also got under way today.
These 24 games will make for a busy week of pre-season football and hurling
Wrap up warm and get set to head to your local county ground.
These 29 games will make for a busy weekend of pre-season football and hurling
Get the flask out.
Kilkenny v Dublin, Walsh Cup senior hurling final
Who would this evening’s clash in Croke Park with early season silverware on offer?
Dubs change it up for Walsh Cup final
Anthony Daly shuffles his pack for tomorrow evening’s clash with Kilkenny.
Dublin edge out Wexford to book Walsh Cup final spot
Paul Ryan scored the winning point in a 1-15 to 1-14 victory at Pairc Uí Síocháin.
Baker's dozen for King Henry as Cats surge past Galway
Kilkenny trailed at the break of today’s semi-final, but ran out 12-point winners.
Here’s the 14 GAA games on the inter-county agenda this weekend
The FBD League final, the O’Byrne Cup final and the Dr McKenna Cup final are all down for decision.
Dublin up and running with win over UCD in Walsh Cup quarters
Anthony Daly saw his side run out five-point winners against the college side.
Kilkenny to take on Galway in Walsh Cup semi-final after quarter-final wins today
The semi-final stages of the competition will take place next weekend.
Dublin hurlers welcome Alan McCrabbe back to the fold for 2014 season
McCrabbe was an Allstar winner in 2009 but was not involved last year.
Student success - Walsh Cup wins for NUIG, UCD and DIT today over inter-county opposition
Laois, Carlow and Westmeath were on the receiving end of defeats.
Good start for new boss Brian Whelehan as Offaly rally to beat Antrim
A horrendous Saffrons own goal turned the tide for the home team in Tullamore.