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Daithí Regan Slams Davy Fitzgerald's 'Imbecilic, Childish Carry-On' - Pundit Arena;

Daithí Regan Slams Davy Fitzgerald's 'Imbecilic, Childish Carry-On' - Pundit Arena

Pundit ArenaDaithí Regan Slams Davy Fitzgerald's 'Imbecilic, Childish Carry-On'Pundit ArenaAs the fallout from Davy Fitzgerald's on-field outburst on Sunday continues to dominate headlines in the GAA world, the Wexford boss is still anxiously awaiting to hear what his punishment may be. The idea that Fitzgerald put forward after the game ...and more »

Daithí Regan condemns Davy Fitzgerald for 'imbecilic, childish carry-on' - BreakingNews.ie;

Daithí Regan condemns Davy Fitzgerald for 'imbecilic, childish carry-on' - BreakingNews.ie

BreakingNews.ieDaithí Regan condemns Davy Fitzgerald for 'imbecilic, childish carry-on'BreakingNews.ieDaithí Regan has said that Davy Fitzgerald left his players down with his behaviour in Sunday's League semi-final loss to Tipperary, writes Stephen Barry. The Wexford manager went into the middle of the field to confront referee Diarmuid Kirwan during ...and more »

Martin Breheny: Davy must take consequences but we shouldn't be swept along by vindictive effort to hang him - Irish Independent;

Martin Breheny: Davy must take consequences but we shouldn't be swept along by vindictive effort to hang him - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentMartin Breheny: Davy must take consequences but we shouldn't be swept along by vindictive effort to hang himIrish IndependentIt wasn't exactly a killer line from the ultimate guide to best-ever defences but it sounded genuine enough all the same. "I won't do it again," concluded Davy Fitzgerald when explaining why he had galloped on to the pitch in Nowlan Park last Sunday ...and more »

Childish, imbecilic and self-indulgent - Hurling pundit Regan slams Davy Fitzgerald's pitch invasion - Irish Independent;

Childish, imbecilic and self-indulgent - Hurling pundit Regan slams Davy Fitzgerald's pitch invasion - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentChildish, imbecilic and self-indulgent - Hurling pundit Regan slams Davy Fitzgerald's pitch invasionIrish Independent16 April 2017; Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald and Aidan Nolan, 8, tussle with 1 16 April 2017; Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald and Aidan Nolan, 8, tussle with Jason Forde of Tipperary during the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Semi-Final match ...and more »

Offaly legend labels Davy Fitzgerald 'childish' after on-pitch antics - Offaly Express;

Offaly legend labels Davy Fitzgerald 'childish' after on-pitch antics - Offaly Express

Offaly ExpressOffaly legend labels Davy Fitzgerald 'childish' after on-pitch anticsOffaly ExpressWexford hurling boss Davy Fitzgerald faces disciplinary action after he entered the field of play in his side's league semi-final loss to Tipperary over the Easter weekend. The Clare native has come in for strong criticism, and an Offaly hurling legend ...and more »

'Imbecilic, Childish Carry-On' - Daithi Regan Condemns Davy Fitzgerald Behaviour - Balls.ie;

'Imbecilic, Childish Carry-On' - Daithi Regan Condemns Davy Fitzgerald Behaviour - Balls.ie

Balls.ie'Imbecilic, Childish Carry-On' - Daithi Regan Condemns Davy Fitzgerald BehaviourBalls.ieFormer Offaly hurler Daithi Regan has condemned Davy Fitzgerald's behaviour during Wexford's League semi-final defeat to Tipperary on Sunday. During the first half of the game, the Wexford manager came onto the pitch, unhappy that a foul had not been ...and more »

Sanction for Davy Fitzgerald must reflect gravity of offence - Irish Times;

Sanction for Davy Fitzgerald must reflect gravity of offence - Irish Times

Irish TimesSanction for Davy Fitzgerald must reflect gravity of offenceIrish TimesThe original prompt for GAA director general Páraic Duffy's discussion paper on amateur status and payments to managers was remarks made in an address titled The Challenge of Change by Professor Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh at an event to mark the GAA's ...and more »

'It could have been a serious free-for-all' - Former All Ireland winner hits out at Davy Fitzgerald - Irish Independent;

'It could have been a serious free-for-all' - Former All Ireland winner hits out at Davy Fitzgerald - Irish Independent

Irish Independent'It could have been a serious free-for-all' - Former All Ireland winner hits out at Davy FitzgeraldIrish IndependentWexford manager Davy Fitzgerald could have caused a "free-for-all" by his actions in yesterday's Allianz League semi-final defeat to Tipperary, according to Tomas Mulcahy. Fitzgerald became involved in a number of flashpoints during the first-half of ...and more »

Sunday showpiece is in a league of its own for McGrath - Herald.ie;

Sunday showpiece is in a league of its own for McGrath - Herald.ie

Herald.ieSunday showpiece is in a league of its own for McGrathHerald.ieYou would think that Noel McGrath has seen it and won it all... but there's at least one glaring blank on his decorated CV. He has never won an Allianz Hurling League medal. And not for the want of trying either: he has started three finals, all epic ...and more »

Noel McGrath eager to end wait for a national league medal - Irish Times;

Noel McGrath eager to end wait for a national league medal - Irish Times

Irish TimesNoel McGrath eager to end wait for a national league medalIrish TimesWith Davy Fitzgerald now braced for at least some banishment from the sideline into the championship, Noel McGrath has suggested the Wexford manager's pitch incursion in their hurling league semi-final against Tipperary at least gave his team a ...and more »

Tipp's Noel McGrath reflects on going from 'the low to the high' in eventful two years - Irish Examiner;

Tipp's Noel McGrath reflects on going from 'the low to the high' in eventful two years - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerTipp's Noel McGrath reflects on going from 'the low to the high' in eventful two yearsIrish ExaminerNoel McGrath has admitted he's “gone from the low to the high” in the space of two remarkable years on and off the field. Easter Monday marked the two-year anniversary of the Tipperary star going under the knife for testicular cancer surgery. The ...and more »

Wexford upbeat Davy Fitzgerald will escape with just one-match ban - Irish Examiner;

Wexford upbeat Davy Fitzgerald will escape with just one-match ban - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerWexford upbeat Davy Fitzgerald will escape with just one-match banIrish ExaminerWexford officials are increasingly confident that senior hurling team manager Davy Fitzgerald will escape with just a one-match ban following his pitch incursion at Nowlan Park last Sunday. No correspondence was forthcoming from Croke Park yesterday in ...and more »

Hurling League final should be played in the 'greatest stadium in Europe', says Tipperary forward Noel McGrath - Irish Mirror;

Hurling League final should be played in the 'greatest stadium in Europe', says Tipperary forward Noel McGrath - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorHurling League final should be played in the 'greatest stadium in Europe', says Tipperary forward Noel McGrathIrish MirrorNoel McGrath admits he would prefer to see Sunday's Allianz Hurling League final take place at what he describes as "the greatest stadium in Europe". Since 1991, only two hurling League finals (2003 and 2011) have been played at Croke Park and ...and more »

Daithi Regan lashes out at Davy Fitz's

Daithi Regan lashes out at Davy Fitz's "stupid" actions against Tipp - Newstalk 106-108 fm

Newstalk 106-108 fmDaithi Regan lashes out at Davy Fitz's "stupid" actions against TippNewstalk 106-108 fmJamesie O'Connor also had his say about Wexford manager's behaviour on the sideline... and when he encroached. Sport. Wexford, Tipperary, hurling, GAA,. Wexford Manager Davy Fitzgerald and Aidan Nolan clash with Jason Forde of Tipperary ...and more »

THE SIDELINE MOUTHPIECE: Offaly hurling needs someone like Davy Fitzgerald - Offaly Express;

THE SIDELINE MOUTHPIECE: Offaly hurling needs someone like Davy Fitzgerald - Offaly Express

Offaly ExpressTHE SIDELINE MOUTHPIECE: Offaly hurling needs someone like Davy FitzgeraldOffaly ExpressOffaly hurling is in the doldrums - no matter what metric you're measuring it with. Our only win in the Allianz Hurling League came against Kerry, while the likes of Galway and even Laois gave us a trimming. We eventually folded tamely to a big defeat ...and more »

Seamus Callanan ruled out Sunday's hurling league final with broken thumb - The42;

Seamus Callanan ruled out Sunday's hurling league final with broken thumb - The42

The42Seamus Callanan ruled out Sunday's hurling league final with broken thumbThe42TIPPERARY SHARPSHOOTER SEAMUS Callanan has been ruled out of Sunday's Allianz Hurling League Division 1 final against Galway. Tipp FM reported last night that Callanan suffered a broken thumb last weekend's semi-final win over Wexford in ...and more »

Séamus Callanan ruled out of hurling league final - Irish Times;

Séamus Callanan ruled out of hurling league final - Irish Times

Irish TimesSéamus Callanan ruled out of hurling league finalIrish TimesTipperary will be without Séamus Callanan for Sunday's hurling league final against Galway with a broken thumb. An All Star for the last three years, the Drom & Inch forward sustained the injury in last weekend's semi-final win over Wexford. Team ...and more »

Seamus Callanan to miss league final with broken thumb - RTE.ie;

Seamus Callanan to miss league final with broken thumb - RTE.ie

RTE.ieSeamus Callanan to miss league final with broken thumbRTE.ieAll-Star full-forward Seamus Callanan will miss Tipperary's Allianz Hurling League final clash with Galway on Sunday after breaking his thumb. The Drom & Inch man suffered the injury in the Premier County's comprehensive semi-final victory over Wexford ...and more »

Tipperary's Seamus Callanan to miss league final after bad break - Irish Independent;

Tipperary's Seamus Callanan to miss league final after bad break - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentTipperary's Seamus Callanan to miss league final after bad breakIrish IndependentTipperary's hopes of adding League honours to last September's All-Ireland title have been hit with the loss of ace marksman Seamus Callanan, who broke his thumb in their semi-final victory over Wexford on Sunday. The Drom-Inch attacker played the full ...and more »

Tipperary boss Michael Ryan: 'There is literally nothing between us and Galway' - Irish Mirror;

Tipperary boss Michael Ryan: 'There is literally nothing between us and Galway' - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorTipperary boss Michael Ryan: 'There is literally nothing between us and Galway'Irish MirrorThere has never been a more common League final pairing than Tipperary and Galway, as the sides prepare to face each other once again at the Gaelic Grounds next Sunday. It will be their 10th meeting in a decider since the competition was first staged ...and more »