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Hurling Matches

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Saturday 13th February 2016

19:00TV

Limerick (2/5)

Draw (12)

Wexford (3)

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19:00TV

Tipperary (8/15)

Draw (12)

Dublin (5/2)

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Sunday 14th February 2016

14:00

Armagh (37/13)

Draw (11)

Down (4/11)

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14:00

Clare (1/12)

Draw (16)

Offaly (10)

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14:00

Derry (57/17)

Draw (12)

Antrim (3/10)

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14:00TV

Galway (4/5)

Draw (11)

Cork (11/8)

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14:00

Kildare (7/2)

Draw (12)

Carlow (3/10)

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14:00

Laois (1/4)

Draw (12)

Kerry (23/5)

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14:00

London (38/5)

Draw (16)

Westmeath (1/9)

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14:00TV

Mayo (4/11)

Draw (11)

Donegal (37/13)

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14:00TV

Waterford (31/21)

Draw (10)

Kilkenny (3/4)

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14:00

Wicklow (12/5)

Draw (10)

Meath (5/11)

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Thursday 17th March 2016

14:00

Na Piarsaigh (4/11)

Draw (11)

Cushendall (3)

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Hurling Outrights

Winner

Participant nameOddsBookieAll odds

Kilkenny

7/4

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Tipperary

9/2

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Galway

15/2

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Waterford

17/2

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Clare

9

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All Ireland Club Hurling Championship Outrights

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