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Hurling's back - now are we any wiser?

clock February 25, 2013 14:06 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Cork dump all over Tipp, Waterford take Clare and an under-strength Kilkenny lose out in Pearse Stadium. So what have we learned? Our staff writers and correspondents offer their take from Week 1 of the Allianz HL. [More]


10 GAA players who can manage the referee

clock February 21, 2013 13:14 by author JohnF
The GAA players who hold the greatest influence over referees [More]


GAA must start taking a leaf out of rugby's book

clock January 10, 2012 11:40 by author Diarmuid O'Flynn
GAA chiefs need to tackle the current culture of verbal abuse at referees and taking a look at their rugby counterparts would be a positive start, writes Diarmuid O'Flynn. [More]


Hurling's ref justice a cause for concern in 2012

clock January 3, 2012 11:46 by author JohnF
John Fogarty on how well officials are staying true to the rules of hurling. [More]


Time to blow whistle on the foul choking hurling

clock March 28, 2011 21:52 by author Diarmuid O'Flynn
Diarmuid O'Flynn calls for action on illegal tackling which is blighting hurling. [More]


Seriously, would you want to be a GAA referee?

clock February 15, 2011 09:04 by author JohnF
Our GAA correspondent suggests that consistency among GAA referees is becoming an increasingly unattainable ideal [More]


Is Mike Dean the man to handle the Old Trafford hothouse?

clock March 31, 2010 14:41 by author Tony
Statistics suggest it won't be a surprise if Mike Dean points to the spot at Old Trafford on Saturday. [More]




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