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O'Rourke taken to task on twitterColm O'Rourke's Sunday Independent column ruffled quite a few feathers on social media yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It was unbelievable standing up there and seeing everyone."
Hogan brothers "still best buddies"Keith Hogan has tweeted about what it was like to mark his brother and multiple All-Ireland medal winner Brian in yesterday's Kilkenny SHC quarter-final.
Kilkenny SHC: Holders into last fourClara advanced to the semi-final stages of the Kilkenny SFC courtesy of a two-point victory over O'Loughlins today.
Kilkenny SHC: Power sees red as Carrickshock draw with Rower-InistiogeMichael Grace was on target with a late free to earn Rower-Inistioge a draw against 14-man Carrickshock in the first of today's two Kilkenny SHC quarter-finals at Thomastown.
Hurling/Shinty: First blood to ScotlandIreland have a mountain to climb against Scotland in the Hurling/Shinty International series following today's opening test in Inverness.
Cats not happy with Cody warningKilkenny are reportedly disappointed that a warning about future conduct has been left hanging over manager Brian Cody.
Cody cleared by CHCBrian Cody has escaped sanction following his criticism of referee Barry Kelly.
Fogarty to give coaching workshops in OffalyFollowing on from last month's Offaly Hurling Forum in Birr, ex-Kilkenny coach Martin Fogarty is to conduct a series of coaching workshops in the Faithful County.
Cody awaits decisionBrian Cody will find out this morning if any disciplinary action has been taken against him following his criticism of referee Barry Kelly.
Four left standing in IHCThe 2015 Kilkenny IHC is down to the semi-final stage.
SHC gathers paceThere's more key action in the 2015 Kilkenny SHC this weekend.
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Kilkenny SHC: Clara see off StephensA brilliant Keith Hogan goal seven minutes into the second half proved crucial as holders Clara trumped James Stephens 1-20 to 0-18 in the first round of the Kilkenny SHC yesterday.
Championship tweets: Pride in the ParishThere's nothing that can compare with success in the club jersey ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There is nothing like winning with the club in my opinion."
As it happened: County Finals Match TrackerIt was a busy day on the club scene throughout the country with no fewer than 12 county finals down for decision.
Power wanted to silence the criticsRichie Power says that the opportunity to prove his doubters wrong was his reason for pulling on a Kilkenny jersey again in 2014.
"Why wouldn't Brian stay on?" asks FennellyMichael Fennelly is expecting a text message any day now from Brian Cody to start preparing for Kilkenny's All-Ireland defence in 2015.
Donaghy and Power claim Player of the Month Awards for SeptemberKerry's Kieran Donaghy and Richie Power of Kilkenny have been named as the GAA/GPA All-Stars sponsored by Opel Players of the Month for September, in football and hurling respectively.
Henry keeps us guessingHenry Shefflin has revealed that he will make a decision on his inter-county future this side of Christmas.
Aylward relishing clash against favouritesYoung Irelands' manager Maurice Aylward is looking forward to an IHC quarterfinal against favourites Mullinavat.
Hogan blasts CodyFormer Tipperary goalkeeper Ken Hogan believes Brian Cody's attack on referee Barry Kelly was in 'bad taste'.
2015 championship draws tonightThe dust has barely settled on the 2014 championship and thoughts are already turning to next year with the draws for the 2015 championship scheduled for this evening.
Cats get the cream with 13 All-Star nominationsKilkenny's achievement in winning a 35th All-Ireland SHC title has been recognised with 13 All-Star nominations.
Reid: managers and players entitled to opinions on refsKilkenny ace TJ Reid accepts that referees have a "tough job" but says they shouldn't be immune to scrutiny.
Sexton calls for Cody punishmentCork referee John Sexton has called on GAA chiefs to take action against Brian Cody after the Kilkenny manager's criticism of Westmeath official Barry Kelly.
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Proposal to start O'Byrne Cup in December shelvedLeinster Council had been looking into the possibility of starting their subsidiary football competition this side of Christmas.
Championship tweets: Clubs take centre stageNow that the curtain has come down on the inter-county scene, it was the turn of clubs to make the headlines over the weekend.
Rebels and Cats head camogie All-Stars shortlistAll-Ireland champions Cork and National League winners Kilkenny dominate the camogie All-Stars shortlist with 14 and 12 nominations respectively.
Henry in a "better place" to consider his futureHenry Shefflin won't make any decision on his future in the black and amber jersey until the completion of the local senior hurling championship.
Hurling rankings: to the Cats goes the creamKilkenny's latest All-Ireland triumph keeps them at the top of our leader board. However, there have been some changes to the pecking order since our last hurling rankings in the middle of August.
Cody criticism won't deter KellyBarry Kelly will continue to referee at the highest level next year, despite Brian Cody's extraordinary attack on the Westmeath official in the aftermath of last Saturday's All-Ireland SHC final replay.