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Good Week/Mixed Week/Bad Week
5 Points behind to Galway in the closing 5 minutes of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Quarter Final. Dead and Buried? Not at all, a comeback that shows exactly why this sport is one of the most exciting in the world. John Mullane’s point in the dying seconds saw the deficit breached and victory by the minimum went to Waterford.
Davy Fitzgerald’s reaction alone was worth the admission price.
Whatever anyone says about them, thery keep on winning despite not setting the world alight. Dublin in the next round. Full house in Croke Park. If they can’t regroup and get geared up for this one then they may as well forget about it.
Donegal dispose of Galway by the narrowest of margins. One of only 2 Ulster sides remaing…I wonder what happend to the rest.
Saw there sales rocket in Meath as the sickly Royals recovered to see off Roscommon by 7. Limerick awaits, and then Mayo. And if they get that far. Dublin.
Pride and disappointment in equal measure. Pride in the performances that Wicklow have given in this years Championship. Throwing form, misconceptions about ‘weaker’ teams, and shoddy TV3 analysis out the window. Disappointment in the fact that we won’t have another game. That the buzz will fade away. But what a ride it’s been. What a summer. Stand up and salute our County Team for the fun, tension and downright unmerciful hangovers they have given us this year.
Roll on 2010
See Waterford Hurlers in Good Week for more information…
See the 2008 All-Ireland Hurling Final for more information…Kilkenny next up…
Defeat to Donegal by a point. Hurlers gone too. Bad weekend for the Galwegians.
Footballers gave Kerry a good go, falling short late on. Falling way short, in fact falling pretty much 7 or 8 miles in the distance were the Antrim Hurlers who must now face a controversial relegation battle with Wexford after Offaly ran out 1-28 to 0-13 winners against the Saffrons in Parnell Park.
The Hurlers, who for some reason seem infinitely more likable than the footballers, saw their Championship come to an end in Thurles against a revitalised Limerick. Despite some strong performances, Dublin will have to look to 2010 where they will cause a lot of problems for whoever has to face them.
Watch this space. But the man who saw his side bow out to Wicklow is expected to leave the Job this evening as the Clubs begin to say their piece.