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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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Mannion & Whelan Included In Galway Side For Dublin Clash

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Galway manager, Micheál Donoghue, has named an experimental side for today’s Walsh Cup semi-final clash with Dublin in Parnell Park. Hurler of the year nominee, Padraic Mannion, is named at centre back, while Cathal Mannion, Conor Whelan and a host of 2018’s U21 stars make up an impressive forward unit. This is Galway’s first return to competitive action since the …

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Dublin Edge Past Meath After Penalties In O’Byrne Semi-Final

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For the second weekend in a row, a penalty shootout was required to decide the winner in the preseason competitions, as Dublin edged past Meath to reach the O’Byrne Cup final.  The game finished 1-12 apiece after normal time with the All Ireland champions prevailing 3-1 in the penalty competition, which was introduced instead of extra time. Ballyboden St Endas’ club man, …

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McKernan: Dublin Aren’t As Far Ahead As Everyone Thinks

Tyrone defender, Michael McKernan, believes that All Ireland champions, Dublin, are not as far ahead of the chasing pack as everyone thinks.  McKernan featured at centre-back in the All Ireland final as Dublin cruised past Mickey Harte’s side to claim their fourth title in a row. Few teams can close to ending Dublin’s unbeaten run in 2018 but the Ulster …

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Kilmacud Crokes Forward Joins John Maughan’s Offaly Panel

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Offaly have acquired the services of Kilmacud Crokes forward Shane Horan ahead of their 2019 campaign just a week after manager John Maughan spoke of the lack of players making themselves available. The Daily Mirror reports that Horan completed an inter-county transfer last week through the parentage rule as both his mother and father hail from the Faithful County.  Horan …

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Watch: RTE To Air Fascinating Documentary On Jason Sherlock

RTE have treated us to some brilliant sporting documentaries this year but they are not finished yet as a programme on the life of Jason Sherlock is set to air later this week. ‘Jayo’ will take you through the life of the revered Dublin footballer, addressing the racism he suffered as a child, his understanding of his heritage and of …

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Jim Gavin To Remain As Dublin Manager Until 2021

Jim Gavin will remain as manager of the Dublin senior football team for another three years, Dublin GAA have announced. Gavin was ratified as the senior boss in 2012 following the departure of Pat Gilroy, beating Kerry in his first All Ireland final in charge of the county. Under his management, the Dublin team have established a new record for …

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Thousands Attend Sean Cox Fundraiser As Meath Defeat Dublin

Meath defeated Dublin in a fundraiser game for injured Liverpool fan Sean Cox on Sunday with thousands in attendance at Pairc Tailteann. Cox suffered serious injuries after an unprovoked attack outside Anfield before the Champions League semi-final first leg against Roma in April. Over 4000 fans attended the game which saw Meath pick up a rare win against their Leinster …

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