Ballyhale Shamrock manager Henry Shefflin wants more from his team after they claimed their tenth Leinster SHC crown on Sunday with a 1-21 to 0-15 win against St Mullins. The Kilkenny kingpins were heavy favourites going into the decider at MW Hire O’Moore Park and they duly delivered to claim back-to-back crowns. It wasn’t all...
Club hurling finals often disappoint but meeting of Dublin and Limerick kingpins has potential to buck trend
AS CUALA AND Na Piarsaigh progressed through their county campaigns last autumn and moved into the provincial arenas in the winter, the sense grew that they were bound for a club collision on St Patrick’s Day. Con O’Callaghan and Peter Casey will be two of the key forwards on view on St Patrick’s Day. Source:...
AIB Intermediate Club Final Kanturk v St. Patricks Ballyragget
Best of luck to both teams competing in this years AIB All Ireland Intermediate Hurling Club Final, St. Patricks Ballyraggat and Kanturk. Throw in is this Sunday Feb 4th at 3.35pm in Croke Park. Amax Sports also wish the best of luck to the All Ireland Junior Hurling Clubs Finalists, Ardmore and St. Mogues Fethard. Throw...
Congratulations to the Clara GAA
Congratulations from Amax Sports to the Clara U21 team who defeated Galmoy/Windgap in the Kilkenny County Final on Saturday 23rd of December in Nowlan Park on scoreline of 1-15 to 0-14.
400 GAA players sleep out for homelessness
The life of an inter-county player is a hectic one, juggling work and study with training, gym sessions and matches. Throw in time for friends and family and there is little room for anything else. The commitments required are well documented and it can undoubtedly be all consuming. However on Saturday night over 400 of...
It looks like Pat Gilroy hasn’t given up on securing Con O’Callaghan’s services for the Dublin hurlers in 2018
PAT GILROY hasn’t given up on luring Con O’Callaghan into the Dublin hurling fold, it would seem.
Shefflin takes first managerial post
Kilkenny legend Henry Shefflin has taken his first major step into management after being appointed manager of his native club Ballyhale Shamrocks.
Harte gives new hurling format the thumbs up
Galway All-Ireland winner Aidan Harte has given the new format of the hurling season for 2018 the thumbs up, insisting he thinks the new condensed schedule is going to be welcomed with open arms by players.