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Column: The Hurling Year 2014

Column: The Hurling Year 2014

Was it a good year? It wasn't a bad one. Rory O'Neill of The Sunday Game looks back at the hurling moments that made 2014.
O'Shea stays at Tipperary helm

O'Shea stays at Tipperary helm

Eamon O'Shea is staying on as Tipperary hurling manager for 2015, ending speculation he would step down after two years in charge of the Premier County.
Waterford star Molumphy retires

Waterford star Molumphy retires

Waterford star Stephen Molumphy has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling.
Coggins extends his London tenure

Coggins extends his London tenure

Paul Coggins is to remain on as the London football manager for the 2015 season.
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