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Offaly’s New Centre Of Excellence Looks Absolutely Incredible

Today Offaly GAA are hosting an open day for their brand new centre of excellence, ‘Faithful Fields.’  It has been long argued that the Faithful County need a top-class training centre to help bridge the gap between themselves and the rest of the country, in both hurling and football. Since the turn of the millennium, Offaly have failed to secure …

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Former Taoiseach Called In To Help Solve Offaly Hurling Crisis

It isn’t news that Offaly hurling is in a bad place at the moment, and unfortunately for the Faithful, 2017 didn’t improve matters. While they did beat Westmeath to ensure that they would avoid the minefield that is the Leinster qualifier group in 2018, they suffered two heavy defeats in their subsequent outings against Galway and Waterford in the qualifiers. …

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Offaly Hurling Once Again Searching For New Manager

The Offaly hurlers are once again searching for a new manager after Kevin Ryan stepped down. The Waterford native spent just one year in charge of the Faithful County.  After yet another disappointing year for Offaly hurling, their county board will be in need of a new manager. This comes after Eamonn Kelly resigned after just one year in charge …

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