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Tomás Ó Sé Doesn’t See Kerry As The Team To Topple Dublin

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There’s a feeling around town that if Dublin are to be stopped in their quest for five All-Ireland’s back-to-back then the side to do it will be the aristocrats of Gaelic football, Kerry. It’s not something that is completely out of left-field. Afterall, they are Gaelic football’s equivalent to the All Blacks or Brazil and they have won the last …

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Six Nations Match Week, As Told By Reggie Corrigan

Brought to you by Vodafone, the official sponsor of the Irish rugby team The lead up to a game in the Six Nations is one filled with passion, tension and excitement. Something former Irish prop Reggie Corrigan is more than familiar with. Here, he gives Pundit Arena his fascinating insight into the highs and lows of being a part of …

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Win Or Lose Naomh Éanna Are Already Victorious

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For Naomh Éanna of Glengormley in the north of Belfast, Saturday’s All-Ireland intermediate final represents a chance to create history. Their story has been shared far and wide, not least by Pundit Arena who documented the club’s tragic history in the lead up to their Ulster final win over Cavan’s Mullahoran back in November. Since then it has grown and …

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Dundalk’s Michael Duffy On Season Ambitions & Life After Stephen Kenny

With the start of the Airtricity League season just over a week away, one of the biggest storylines ahead of the new campaign surrounds the defending champions Dundalk. Over the break, the Lilywhites lost their talismanic manager Stephen Kenny, who had masterminded four league titles in the last five seasons, including two doubles as well as an unprecedented European run, to …

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“If The Opportunity Arises Then I Definitely Plan On Taking It” – Stockdale

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The 2018 Six Nations was a memorable tournament for Ireland’s Jacob Stockdale.  The Ulsterman scored a Six Nations record seven tries during last year’s championship, three of which came from intercepts; against Italy, Wales and Scotland. Ireland will be looking to bounce back from their opening defeat to England at the Aviva Stadium when they take on the Scots at Murrayfield …

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The Run-In: Analysing The Title Contenders’ Remaining Fixtures

On Wednesday evening, Manchester City returned to the top of the table for the first time since December following a victory over Everton at Goodison Park. Guardiola’s side overtook rivals Liverpool on goal difference, although the Reds still have a game in hand over their Manchester counterparts. The victory also took City five points clear of third place Tottenham who have …

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