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Goretski
23 Jun 13 13:59
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Cant believe this isn't on the TV!

Anyone know if its been streamed anywhere?

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By:
Dan Chipowski
When: 23 Jun 13 17:21
Dublin couldn't hold out for one puck out at the end. Cry

Big chance gone.
By:
kavvie
When: 23 Jun 13 17:50
was there a bit of controversy?
By:
keen leader
When: 23 Jun 13 17:51
just back from game.

Kilkenny without shefflin, and to lesser extents Tyrell and fennelly are not the force of old. Dublin played well and will look back at the handful of easy wind assisted frees early in play which ryan missed, before he got the hook.

walter walsh got Kilkenny out of jail, bang on in his when most around him struggled, on a par with shefflin in last years original AI final.

paul murphy seemed to pick up a bad injury and is another on the casualty list. the back 4 for Kilkenny is not as bulletproof as in the past.

I would think Kilkenny will win the replay, although the jury is out on another AI win as it is some time since they backed up two high class performances.

I was in tullamore last night and Waterford were the best of the 4 I saw over the two days in terms of team display.

overall hurling getting a shake up is good for the sport.

had Dublin held on, instead of conceding the last point, we might have had the glorious prospect of a qualifier next weekend between tipp and Kilkenny!!.
By:
kavvie
When: 23 Jun 13 17:55
4 yr ago kk were being talked about as an ageing team in terms of hurling played.i went against them this yr.i bkd tipp!..looks like i picked wrong..time will tell though.next weekend will show what appetite they got left.
By:
keen leader
When: 23 Jun 13 17:57
no controversy kavvie. Dublin scored a free in the first of 2 mins of injury time, the Kilkenny goalie backed by a galeforce wind landed the next puck out on the 21, a Dublin back fumbled, and Kilkenny scored the equaliser.

Kilkenny's use of the wind in the 2nd half was poor. to give you an idea on the strength of the breeze, in the pipeopener, the laois minor goalie landed 2 puck outs, directly on the full,over the opposite endline in the second half.
By:
Arklearkle
When: 23 Jun 13 17:59
Recent results show how ridiculous the league set-up is. GAA top table ruining hurling.
By:
kavvie
When: 23 Jun 13 18:04
fair enough.was texting a dub and he was giving out saying it was up after the dub point.he was prob talking with beer in him..
By:
silvergreaser
When: 23 Jun 13 18:08
One thing about Kilkenny they usually fix the problem
By:
silvergreaser
When: 23 Jun 13 18:08
One thing about Kilkenny they usually fix the problem
By:
Goretski
When: 23 Jun 13 18:14
Hope the replay is on the box next weekend!! Cant believe it wasn't today.
By:
silvergreaser
When: 23 Jun 13 18:21
Even if their not as strong as they were but they always seem to have that knack of shoring up the cracks.
By:
Arklearkle
When: 23 Jun 13 18:39
They sure do and nearly always win replays
By:
silvergreaser
When: 23 Jun 13 19:00
Had a good bet on Clare to win Munster, I'm not one that buys into the hype of Tipperary hurling, they were very vulnerable, but alas Cork kicked me in the sack.
By:
kingrat
When: 23 Jun 13 19:06
the jacks are back!Laugh
By:
timidpeopleruleok
When: 23 Jun 13 20:51
silvergreaser; if Cork hadn't beaten Clare Limerick certainly would, under Davy this Clare team will win nothing. Clare co. board should have last years under 21 management team in charge of this years senior team, today Clare were probably as good if not better in quarters but the sideline was the difference
By:
kavvie
When: 23 Jun 13 21:46
agree with timid totally.the way clare played today is totally different to the way the under age teams played in last few yrs..davy not the answer..
By:
frankalsoran60
When: 25 Jun 13 14:17
A nice story for all hurling fans..i was at a sports quiz many years ago and one of the questions was ..Who captained the Dublin team the last time they won the all ireland hurling title in 1938? my team had no clue and when the answer came that it was Mick Daniels the quiz master announced ..and now ladies and gents we have Michael here with us tonight, with that an very  elderly stood up and waved to all the tables...a nice moment.Happy
By:
wildmanfromborneo
When: 25 Jun 13 14:27
Dublin don't have much luck they will probably lose this replay,they then have the misfortune to meet Tipperary in the qualifiers.

If Dublin manage to win the replay that will create a mouth watering qualifier between Kilkenny and Tipperary,what would the odds have been on that.
By:
BJG
When: 29 Jun 13 19:21
Dubs playin v well again - hope they can keep it up
By:
GANT007
When: 29 Jun 13 19:23
0-7 to 0-4 to the Dubs
By:
GANT007
When: 29 Jun 13 19:25
just took 4/6 cats and evens -1...........
By:
BJG
When: 29 Jun 13 19:25
Its live on rte online for those that dont know
By:
GANT007
When: 29 Jun 13 19:26
0-9 to 0-4........still took evens the cats.
By:
BJG
When: 29 Jun 13 19:30
Cant believe they didnt change the schedule and put this on instead of the crap football game seein that woulda been on bbc ayway
By:
BJG
When: 29 Jun 13 19:30
Carlow playin Wexford off the park too so far!
By:
GANT007
When: 29 Jun 13 19:31
Carlow putting it up to Wexford.
By:
BJG
When: 29 Jun 13 19:32
They have been the far superior team tbf by the sounds of it - interestin to see wat way Wexford respond the 2nd half
By:
GANT007
When: 29 Jun 13 19:50
Just took 5/6 Wexford -3. They should pull away in the last 20 mins.
By:
BJG
When: 29 Jun 13 20:16
Duns 1-15 KK 0-14 10 mins left

Wex 2-13 Carlow 0-17 10 mins left
By:
GANT007
When: 29 Jun 13 20:21
1-15 to 0-15

2-14 to 0-19
By:
BJG
When: 29 Jun 13 20:23
KK within 2
By:
GANT007
When: 29 Jun 13 20:27
Dublin won 1-16 to 0-16.
By:
BJG
When: 29 Jun 13 20:27
All over Dubs win by a goal - better team in both games! Fair play
By:
Monte Christo
When: 29 Jun 13 20:28
Fair play to the Dubs.
By:
frankalsoran60
When: 29 Jun 13 20:29
a very long wait, but well worth it.Laugh
By:
silvergreaser
When: 29 Jun 13 20:32
Is that the same Dublin team that drew with Wexford?, fair play to them, in fact Galway are there for the taking they've barely pucked a hurl Dublin had 2 replays?
By:
Dan Chipowski
When: 29 Jun 13 20:32
Much the better team in both games. Well done to Dublin.
By:
GANT007
When: 29 Jun 13 20:34
Not a day for the formbook, Silver.
By:
keen leader
When: 29 Jun 13 22:33
another compelling hurling contest. that was the 4th live game I have been at in the last 3 weeks and all offered great thrills and spills, and not one of these games were shown to our nation via live tv. hurling is the unique sport we have in this country and it has been poorly promoted by our broadcasters in 2014. we get non stop meaningless magners league stuff, yet hurling has as few as 15 to 20 live games shown across the platforms each year.
next year with the world cup on in brazil around this time, the gaa live coverage will be further reduced.

Dublin fully merited their victory. 3 games in the 2014 championship and just the 1 kk goal, the back up to king henry is shaky. I would find it impossible to call KK and Tipp next week, as the kk forwards lack confidence, however hunger should not come into question next week as they will hit the limit rather than lose to Tipp at home.
my theory on KK, is that the extra 4 weeks training last year between the draw and replay against galway, has taken its toil on the older lads and the likes of Delaney, Tyrell and Hogan look off their game, perhaps as a late kicking result of that extra training in September, ageing bodies only take so much hardship.

having seen the 3 leinster semi finals, I disagree with the view that galway without picking a hurl. galway got a severe test from a good laois team(who will put it up to clare next Saturday). canning is the best forward in the country on current form and I can imagine him leading galway to a 5 or 6 point win next sunday.
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