No room for complacency - Fennelly
Michael Fennelly says even the mighty Kilkenny can't afford to get complacent.
Reid return imminent
TJ Reid is expected to make his return to competitive hurling tomorrow.
Football rankings: how does your county rate?
The championship will sort the men from the boys but, as the 32 counties put the finishing touches to their preparations, we update our Football rankings following the completion of the leagues. What county will be perched proudly at the top come the third Sunday in September?
hoganstand.com now on Google+
hoganstand.com is now on Google+, which has overtaken twitter as the second biggest social media network behind facebook.
Quinn: a victory for Kilkenny in every sense
County Board chairman Ned Quinn says the Cats put their best foot forward on Sunday.
Amazing weekend for the Fennelly family
Kilkenny's Fennelly family won't forget the first weekend of May, 2013 in a hurry.
Hoban: minors never got going
Kilkenny minor hurling manager Pat Hoban was disappointed after the defeat to Wexford.
Fantasy Gaelic 2013 now accepting entries
Fantasy Gaelic 2013 is here and this year's game is bigger and better than ever.
Kilkenny GAA Fixtures
Fennelly Jnr. admits nerves got to him
Colin Fennelly's nerves were jangling as he collected the NHL trophy.
Rice wasn't prepared to give up
Michael Rice never contemplated giving in to his horrific hand injury.
Fogarty prepares to be banished
Martin Fogarty knows Brian Cody's imminent return will banish him into the stands.
HS Hurling Team of the Week
We select our best XV from a weekend that saw league and championship action overlap for the one and only time this year.
Loughnane: Kelly got it spot on
Ger Loughnane has praised referee Barry Kelly for his handling of yesterday's Allianz Hurling League final between Kilkenny and Tipperary.
Tyrrell enjoyed home comforts
Winning an Allianz Hurling League final in Nowlan Park was "extra special" for Kilkenny star Jackie Tyrrell.
Dempsey: Brian still calling the shots
Brian Cody may not have been in Nowlan Park yesterday, but he still played a major part in Kilkenny's victory, according to selector Michael Dempsey.
Cats won't appeal Delaney ban
Selector Michael Dempsey indicated that Kilkenny won't be appealing the straight red card JJ Delaney picked up during the Allianz Hurling League final.
Shefflin back in training
Kilkenny have been boosted by the news that Henry Shefflin has resumed light training.
HL1 final: Fennelly double downs Tipp
Michael Fennelly's first half haul of 2-3 proved decisive as holders Kilkenny beat Tipperary to capture their 16th Allianz Hurling League title before a crowd of 21,447 at Nowlan Park.
Leinster MHC: Wexford shock Cats
Wexford minor hurlers sprung a surprise at Nowlan Park yesterday when they got the better of Kilkenny.
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
The NHL final took place this afternoon and the Leinster SHC also commenced.
Fennelly and Buckley called up by Kilkenny
There are two changes in the Kilkenny team for Sunday's Allianz HL1 final against Tipperary with Michael Fennelly and Cillian Buckley coming into the team.
Preview: HL1 final - Kilkenny v Tipperary
Tipperary utility man Brendan Maher said during the week that securing bragging rights over Kilkenny is not as important as getting his hands on a league medal.
Kilkenny minor boss Pat Hoban has kept with the same fifteen that eased past Laois.
Championship comes early for Cats and Tipp - Delaney
JJ Delaney says Sunday's hurling league final will be just like a championship match.
Nowlan Park expected to sell out
A sell-out crowd is expected for Sunday's national hurling league final.
Cody has every angle covered
Brian Cody has adequate structures in place so that Kilkenny's hurlers can cope in his absence.
Brennan worried by Kilkenny / Tipp duopoly
As Kilkenny and Tipperary prepare to do battle in another final, Nickey Brennan is concerned.
Sweet sixteen for Clara
Clara have now won an incredible 16 successive matches in all competitions.
Fogarty: it's going to be "very tough"
Kilkenny selector Martin Fogarty says the league final will be tough.