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    Posted: 10 Jan 2022 at 2:17am
As a Waterford man very happy and proud of Ballygunners performance in the Munster final. Let's hope they can make it too Croke Park for the final in early February. The AI semi final against Slaughtneil will be a different type of challenge and playing it in Parnell Park will be tough enough, focus is the main thing for Ballygunner now and in no way should they be dismissing Slaughtneils challenge. Ballyhale vs St Thomas is in the other semi final could be a great game and if Ballyhale hit the heights they capable of they could win handy and go into the AI final full of confidence 

Walsh Cup and Munster Cup got underway this weekend with the hurling World turned upside down with King Henrys debut as Galway manager beating Offaly. 

Great weekend for Hurling in Kerry, the seniors beating Tipperary in the Munster Cup and Kilmoyley winning the Munster Intermediate final 
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Ballygunner were unreal. Looked very sharp and fit. Kilmallock were very disappointing and they came out all physical but were miles off the pace and it could have been a lot more. Stephen O keeffe once again with a class performance too. 
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We'll see if Waterford can put it up to Limerick this year.

Mullane reckons that O'Keefe should be asked back onto the panel.
I could agree with you but then we'd both be wrong.
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Hoping for a Ballygunner win on Sunday but have a bad feeling about this one. Slaughtneil are no bad team and have no pressure on them. Parnell Park will suite them too

Ballyhale will be too good for St Thomas I think 
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f**king delighted for St Thomas's. Shower of pricks. Delighted when TJ rippled net. Good enough for you. Good enough for you. ****s.
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Originally posted by AntrimMan AntrimMan wrote:

f**king delighted for St Thomas's. Shower of pricks. Delighted when TJ rippled net. Good enough for you. Good enough for you. ****s.








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Not a fan of St Thomas' then 
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Originally posted by AntrimMan AntrimMan wrote:

f**king delighted for St Thomas's. Shower of pricks. Delighted when TJ rippled net. Good enough for you. Good enough for you. ****s.
9 years ago you need to let it go and take your beating 
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Originally posted by Trigboy 10 Trigboy 10 wrote:

Originally posted by AntrimMan AntrimMan wrote:

f**king delighted for St Thomas's. Shower of pricks. Delighted when TJ rippled net. Good enough for you. Good enough for you. ****s.
9 years ago you need to let it go and take your beating 

Nothing about the beating. Apparently Banagher had it yesterday as well. f**k them
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Originally posted by AntrimMan AntrimMan wrote:

Originally posted by Trigboy 10 Trigboy 10 wrote:

Originally posted by AntrimMan AntrimMan wrote:

f**king delighted for St Thomas's. Shower of pricks. Delighted when TJ rippled net. Good enough for you. Good enough for you. ****s.
9 years ago you need to let it go and take your beating 

Nothing about the beating. Apparently Banagher had it yesterday as well. f**k them
Don’t know why so many teams from the South engage in that type of thing when they know full well the background of their opponents 
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League kicked off tonight with Cork beating Clare 2-30-2-21 in 1A and in 1B Tipperary beat Laois 0-21-0-14

Some big games tomorrow and looking forward to heading up to Parnell Park to watch Waterford take on Dublin in 1B. Hopefully a solid performance against a Dublin who have massive momentum after an excellent Walsh Cup winning campaign with them putting up some big scores. From a Waterford point of view with Injuries and players been club tied it's giving management a opportunity to give lads a go. Other game in 1B sees Antrim take on Kilkenny. In 1A Wexford take on Limerick and Galway face newly promoted Offaly

Limerick looked very sharp in the Munster Cup and are out to prove a point this year and win the 3 in a row 
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Ballygunner win with a goal from the last play of the game having been 2pts down Shocked

Edited by Denis Irwin - 12 Feb 2022 at 4:19pm
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unbelievable goal. What a way to win Clap
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Some finish. Tbf they have been brilliant all campaign. Great win for Waterford Hurling.
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while neither game today was a classic (football was poor IMO), the finishes too both were unreal. Delighted for both winning clubs. Roy of the Rovers stuff. The club championship Clap
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Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

while neither game today was a classic (football was poor IMO), the finishes too both were unreal. Delighted for both winning clubs. Roy of the Rovers stuff. The club championship Clap

Less of your Soccer analogies and that’s just the way it is. 

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Great win for Ballygunner, they have the set up and structure in place to stay at the top table of club hurling for a while.

I love watching Dessie Hutchinson play. A traditional and skillful hurler not like the massive, running game players that are being used by most counties now. His first touch can turn any corner back and can put them on their arse. 
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Jesus still a bit shook about that Ballygunner win, it was so amazing and surreal. Stuff of dreams, was in the lower Cusack and only remember lots of cheering and then seeing all the ballyhale players on the ground, Ballygunner players jumping around and 'Don't stop believing' playing over the PA. Moments like that you will never forget

Waterford really made a joke out of Laois and tbh that scoreline is a not a true reflection on Laois, no doubt they are miles better and will bounce back. From a Waterford point of view it was great to be scoring so much and you could see Waterford hurling was on a high and these lads want to prove how good they are 

Galway are going in the right direction but you have to sense the win over Limerick is been overblown a bit. Limerick simply keeping the powder dry for the championship. Another impressive win and performance from Wexford. Tipp vs Kilkenny was a great game but still both teams are rusty. Routine wins for Dublin and Cork 
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Waterford very lucky to come away with 2 points up in Antrim today. Antrim penalty put over the bar in the last puck of the game, would of ended a draw If it was put in the back of the net.

Dublin having a very good win against Tipperary, in 1A big wins for Cork and Wexford 

Next weekends games could be some crackers with a few teams fighting for survival. In 1B its Dublin vs Kilkenny and Waterford vs Tipperary, the big 1A game is Cork vs Galway.


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