Allianz NHL 2022

Fixtures are out



  • Sunday, 6th February:

Dublin v Waterford, 3.45pm, Parnell Park.

  • Saturday, 12th February:

Antrim v Dublin, 2pm, Corrigan Park, Belfast.

  • Saturday, 26th February:

Tipperary v Dublin, 5pm, Semple Stadium, Thurles.

  • Saturday, 5th March:

Dublin v Kilkenny, 5pm, Parnell Park.

  • Sunday, 20th March:

Laois v Dublin, 1.45pm, MW Hire O’Moore Park, Portlaoise.


Hope we try out a few new faces in this, got to get crummy back to the half back line imo.

What about Swan et al? Any young bolters in your view Tayto?

Does sean currie count as a bolter?

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Without a doubt

Anyone any idea when tickets would be released for any of the games

Cormac Murphy of mallow and cork has transferred to crokes.

He was a decent half back for Cork at senior level for a year or two. What age is he now?


Think Swan is in both Sigerson and Fitzgibbon panels for TUD be interesting to see if he lines out for both



Good to hear, hope he gives u20 hurling a lash in 22

Can play midfield too. He’s a big addition, make no mistake about it.

Super clubs getting bigger.

The last club that needs an import


I felt he was a decent player for Cork, unsure why he drifted off the panel. he was a starter in the championship for short number of seasons

He was always more of a fella that featured more in the league than championship for ourselves. Has been prominent for Mallow for a number of years but don’t think he’s at the level that’s required for an inter county half back. Will be a good addition to Crokes however.

jez could have sworn he featured prominently in the championship for a year or two

We should have moved beyond selecting blown-in’s tbh.


Could solve a lot of their physicality issues around the middle if true. Good signing😉