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Hur·ler

(hŭr'ler),
Gertrud, Austrian pediatrician, 1889-1965. See: Hurler disease, Hurler syndrome, Pfaundler-Hurler syndrome.
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With an independent league featuring eight teams, the city of more than 600,000 people attracts hurlers the world over.
Now the hurlers are set to quit over the same issue - Gerald McCarthy's reappointment as boss - the footballers haven't followed suit.
There's been a great mood in the county all week and hopefully some of the support from the hurlers will drip our way against Limerick.
Having being crowned Hurler of the Year in 2016, Waterford starlet Gleeson didn't quite scale the same heights last year with his Championship campaign bookended by underwhelming displays against Cork and Galway.
Kerins debuted for the hurlers back in 1997 but he was a late bloomer on the football field.
Sean Boylan Boylan had just finished a stint as player-manager of the Meath hurlers when he was approached to take charge of the footballers, who were at a particularly low ebb, in 1982.
The magnificent win by the hurlers is bound to give them a huge lift - Sean Og O'Alpin on both teams is a real shot in the arm for them .
That's what bugs more than anything and I hope to God that after Sunday's performance, 11 games in-a-row of success, there might be a new breed of Galway hurler coming through, I think.
Gilroy's last match in charge of Dublin was the 2012 All-Ireland semifinal loss to Mayo, managed by James Horan, who is now in charge of the Turloughmore senior hurlers in Galway.
The Banner hurlers ended a nine-year drought when they beat Limerick on Sunday to make it into the provincial decider.
Liam Kearns' (left) men showed the hurlers the way to go on Sunday when sweeping Galway aside to reach the All-Ireland semi-final for the first time since 1935 and you'd have to go back to 1922 for the last time the county was in the last four in both codes.