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Top GAA Stars Highlight Imbalances In Men & Women’s Games

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The standard of women’s Gaelic Games has risen exponentially over the past decade, and the proof is in the pudding. However, some of our top female stars still have gripes over how their respective sports are run compared to that of the men’s game.  Pundit Arena recently sat down with two top Camogie stars who both highlighted clear imbalances that …

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Jim Gavin Names Very Strong Dublin Side Ahead Of League Opener

Dublin manager Jim Gavin has named a strong starting XV for their clash with Monaghan in the National League tomorrow. The Dubs include nine of the fifteen who started the All-Ireland final victory over Tyrone with current Footballer of the Year Brian Fenton named in the heart of their midfield. Young star Con O’Callaghan makes his first ever league start …

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Muireann Atkinson: AFLW Will Be Poaching More Players From Ireland

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For now, the only thing on Muireann Atkinson’s mind is securing back-to-back O’Connor Cup triumphs as the Monaghan star attacks 2019 head-on.  However, a different opportunity was presented to the DCU student last year after she was one of 18 women selected from around the world to travel to Australia for AFLW trials. Atkinson admits she did not know much …

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Cillian O’Connor Excited By Emerging Talent Within Mayo

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Cillian O’Connor’s absence for the beginning on this year’s Allianz League gives James Horan the chance to try and blood some fresh faces into the Mayo squad ahead of a huge 2019 campaign. Brian Reape and Conor Diskin have been granted their first league start this weekend against Roscommon, whilst O’Connor recovers from knee surgery, but the Ballintubber man maintains …

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Walsh: “The Aim Is To Stay Going Until I’m In My 40s”

Former Kilkenny wing-back, Tommy Walsh, is in no rush to hang up his boots, maintaining that he will stay involved as a player with his club for at least five more years. The nine-time All Ireland winner retired from the inter-county scene in 2014 after 13 years, but continues to feature for his club, Tullaroan, lining out for the Kilkenny intermediate final back in October, where they …

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Harte Hands Two Debuts As Tyrone Name Team For Kerry Opener

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Mickey Harte has named two debutants in his side for Sunday’s clash with Kerry in the opening round of this year’s Allianz Football League. Galbally’s Liam Rafferty and Brian Kennedy of Derrylaughan come into the starting XV at right-corner-back and midfield respectively for the highly anticipated match at Fitzgerald Stadium. Meanwhile, Harte has named nine of the side that lost …

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Limerick Name 11 All Ireland Starters In Team For League Opener

Limerick manager, John Kiely, has made an obvious statement of intent ahead of their Division 1A opener by including 11 All Ireland final starters in his team to face Wexford. Hurler of the Year, Cian Lynch, is named in the starting XV, alongside fellow All-Star recipients, Dan Morrissey, Sean Finn, Richie English, and Declan Hannon, who captains the side. Following …

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