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Kieran Duff: I Wouldn’t Put Money On Dublin Winning Five-In-A-Row

Dublin legend, Kieran Duff, believes that outside factors could hinder his county from achieving the elusive five All Ireland titles in a row.  As soon as the final whistle blew in last year’s All Ireland final, thoughts turned to the ‘Drive for Five’ that no one has achieved at senior inter-county level in either hurling or Gaelic Football. Duff was speaking at …

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Four Players Set To Light Up The Sigerson Cup Final

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After an intriguing championship, the Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup comes to a head tonight when UCC and St Mary’s clash in the decider in O’Moore Park, Portlaoise.  The Belfast side stunned the reigning champions, UCD in the semi-final during the week, triumphing on a scoreline of 0-10 to 0-7. On Sunday, UCC blasted their way into their first Sigerson Final …

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Kieran Fitzgerald: “Talented” Galway Should Express Themselves More

Former Galway footballer and current Corofin star Kieran Fitzgerald feels that the defensive style of football is not the way to beat reigning All-Ireland champions Dublin. Fitzgerald was a part of Galway’s infamous All-Ireland winning side in 2001, capturing an All-Star in what was an immensely impressive season for the Corofin man. Despite still playing for his club at 38 …

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Mulligan Happy That Mullinalaghta Buzz Died Down Ahead Of Dr Crokes

How do you fix a problem like the GAA fixture schedule? The answer… you can’t, because for every Gael that would love to see the club championship series rattled off within a calendar year, another will tell you it’s sacrilege to move the All-Ireland senior club finals away from St. Patrick’s Day. Take the case of Corofin’s Kieran Fitzgerald who …

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Kevin Cassidy: “I Thought My Chance Was Gone”

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At 37 years of age, Kevin Cassidy thought his chances of challenging for an All Ireland football medal were well behind him. The Gaoth Dobhair man was dropped from Jim McGuinness’ squad in 2011 after contributing to a book entitled ‘This Is Our Year’, and thus missed out on his county’s first All Ireland in 20 years back in 2012. Seven …

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McCarthy Hits 3-7 For Kilcummin As Naomh Éanna Dream Ends In Tears

Naomh Éanna (Antrim) 2-09 Kilcummin (Kerry) 5-13 Michael Corry reporting live from Croke Park What a crazy game of football… Naomh Éanna of Antrim and Kerry’s Kilcummin went toe-to-toe this evening in Croke Park in what was a game for the ages in the All-Ireland intermediate football final. Kilcummin’s Noel Duggan pointed from a free in the opening minute to …

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Carey The King As Beaufort Thrash Easkey In All-Ireland Junior Final

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Beaufort (Kerry) 3-17 Easkey (Sligo) 0-05 Michael Corry reporting from Croke Park Beaufort came to Croke Park this afternoon and left as All-Ireland junior football champions after thrashing Sligo’s Easkey in a one-sided encounter. Beaufort looked the more dangerous side from the get-go with Liam Carey opening the scoring for the Kerry champions after two minutes before full forward, Ciarán Kennedy, …

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Fitzgerald: Play The Club Final Under Lights Before Christmas

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Corofin’s Kieran Fitzgerald has called for the All Ireland club competitions to be wrapped up before Christmas so to avoid club games clashing with college and inter-county competitions.  For the second year in a row, Corofin players, Kieran Malloy (NUIG) and Liam Silke (UCD) find themselves at the centre of a fixtures clash as their All Ireland semi-final against Gweedore …

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Fionn Fitzgerald: “My Status Is, Kerry Is Done For Me”

Former All Ireland winning captain, Fionn Fitzgerald, has confirmed that his inter-county career with Kerry has come to an end as he turns his focus to his club, Dr Crokes.  The 28-year-old made his debut for the Kingdom in the Allianz Football League in 2013 and the following year, he was co-captain with Kieran O’Leary as they lifted the Sam …

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