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The GAA to work with Waterford to host major Championship games, says Paraic Duffy - Irish Mirror

Paraic Duffy says the GAA will work with Waterford to ensure they host major Championship games for the first time in more than two decades next year. With a revamped Championship structure on the way in hurling following Saturday's Special Congress, ...and more »

Round-robin the start of a brave new world for hurling - Irish Times

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Historic day at Croke Park as Congress votes in hurling structure changes - RTE.ie

GAA President Aoghán Ó Fearghail has lauded what he called a 'clear and decisive' day of change in hurling at Croke Park. The Association held a Special Congress which saw a raft of proposals passed - with major change set to be made to the structure ...and more »

How the GAA season might look in 2018 following Special Congress vote - RTE.ie

The decisions taken at the GAA's Special Congress at Croke Park on Saturday effectively divide the season into distinct sections. February and March will be for the League, April will be almost exclusively for club games, May to July will be inter ...and more »

Michael Duignan on hurling format: 'I'd love to be part of this' - RTE.ie

RTÉ hurling pundit Michael Duignan says he is "excited" by the new hurling championship format which was voted in at GAA Congress on Saturday afternoon. The new format - which has been introduced for a trial period of three years - transforms the ...and more »

Galway's September in Croke Park ends with more hurling wins - 'It's all positive' - The42

SEPTEMBER BEGAN IN a blaze of glory for Galway hurling at Croke Park. Aidan Harte, Jack Grealish and Thomas Monaghan celebrate after the game Aidan Harte, Thomas Monaghan and Jack Grealish celebrate Galway's All-Ireland win. Source: Ryan ...and more »

GAA president Aogan O Fearghail says 'brave and bold' decisions have been made for future of hurling - Irish Mirror

GAA president Aogan O Fearghail said “brave and bold” decisions have been made with the future of hurling after Special Congress at Croke Park. Following the adoption of a Central Council motion, the All-Ireland SHC faces a major revamp in 2018 with ...and more »

Hurling changes will benefit Tier 2 counties, says Westmeath boss - RTE.ie

Westmeath hurling manager Michael Ryan says he has had a change of heart and believes the changes introduced at Special Congress will have a positive impact on the Tier 2 counties. On what GAA President Aoghán Ó Fearghail lauded as a "clear and ...and more »

GAA to undergo radical change in 2018 resulting from GAA special congress - Irish Mirror

The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship will undergo radical change in 2018 as a result of the GAA's Special Congress at Croke Park. Central Council's motion, which proposed that the Leinster and Munster Championships be played on a round robin ...and more »

Round-robin provincial hurling formats set to start in 2018 for a three-year term - The42

A NEW PROVINCIAL hurling championship system featuring a round-robin format is on the way after being passed at the GAA's Special Congress in Croke Park this morning. The Central Council motion was carried by a narrow margin, 62% voting in favour ...and more »