Difficult for a Corkman but Dublin beating Kilkenny is one of the most significant results in the history of hurling.
— Dan Boyle (@sendboyle) June 29, 2013
My dad was 7 the last time Dublin beat Kilkenny. My ma was 3. They watched them win on my desktop. Amazing moment for them.
— Emmet Ryan (@action81) June 29, 2013
Dublin beat Kilkenny in the hurling. The Culchie taxi driver influx of 1983 is finally coming home to roost. #gaa
— Colm Tobin (@colmtobin) June 29, 2013
— Aaron Kernan (@AaronKernan) June 29, 2013
Holy Christ. “@officialgaa: Leinster Hurling C'ship FT Dublin 1-16 Kilkenny 0-16. Dublin’s first championship win over Kilkenny since 1942.”
— Dara O Briain (@daraobriain) June 29, 2013
Dublin do it! Madness. Daly the genius. Just the 71 years since they've beaten Kilkenny
— Michael McCarthy (@McCarthyMick) June 29, 2013
Kilkenny can concentrate on the football now....
— Anthony Hayes (@anto_hayes) June 29, 2013
KIlkenny v Tipperary, Dublin v Galway & Kerry v Cork next weekend. Epic. #gaa
— Kieran McSweeney (@McSweeneyTV3) June 29, 2013
— hurlingstats.com (@hurlingstats) June 29, 2013
There is very real chance that we will never see Henry Shefflin play for Kilkenny again. Lose to Tipp and it's hard to see him back in 2014.
— Kieran Cunningham (@KCsixtyseven) June 29, 2013
Is Dublin Pride have to with beating Kilkenny ?
— Ger Tuohy (@Regyouth) June 29, 2013