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Michael Corry

Sports Journalist based in Dublin. Hit me up if you have a unique story to tell. Email: michael@punditarena.com Twitter: @Corry_10 Instagram: @Corry_10
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Marty Clarke – Mickey Harte’s Take On McShane Saga Is ‘Comical’

Cathal McShane, will he or won’t he?  That is the question on everybody’s lips as we countdown towards the beginning of the 2020 Allianz League campaign. The All-Star Tyrone full-forward looks set to link up with AFL outfit Adelaide Crows for their preseason training following a breakthrough 2019 campaign that saw him finish as the championship’s top scorer. Following Tyrone’s …

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Adelaide Crows Set To Win Race For McShane Signature

AFL outfit Adelaide Crows have confirmed that All-Star full-forward Cathal McShane will train with the club later this month.  Last week, teamtalkmag.com reported that the Tyrone attacker was set to link up with the Brisbane Lions following a breakthrough season that saw him finish the Championship as joint-top scorer. However, Crows’ general manager Justin Reid confirmed via their website that …

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Audacious Flick The Highlight Of Well-Worked Kilcoo Goal

It’s Kilcoo who hold a slight advantage in their All-Ireland club football semi-final clash with Ballyboden St. Enda’s thanks for a beautifully taken goal from Ryan Johnston. With Corofin comfortably dispatching of Nemo Rangers in the earlier semi-final, the two sides met in Breffni Park this afternoon with the prize of taking on the defending All-Ireland champions at stake. Ballyboden …

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Corofin Score Incredible Team Goal After Just 33 Seconds

Corofin and Nemo Rangers are in the midst of a battle down in Ennis as the fight it out for a spot in this year’s All-Ireland club football final. The Galway champions are chasing an unprecedented three-in-a-row while Ireland’s most successful club side are looking to enact some revenge having fallen to Corofin in the 2017 club final. It was …

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Tragic Circumstances Helping Ballyhale Enjoy Their Hurling

Ballyhale Shamrocks. A more formidable force you’re never likely to meet.  With seven All-Ireland titles already nestled in the trophy cabinet, the Kilkenny kingpins are an undoubted superpower of club hurling. With household names such as Reid, Fennelly and Holden out on the pitch as well as the King himself, Shefflin, on the sidelines, it’s a scary prospect coming up …

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Michael Fennelly – The Most Inspiring Figure In All Of Hurling

Ballyhale Shamrocks are used to having a hectic winter schedule.  The defending champions are gunning for an unprecedented eighth All-Ireland club title in 2020 and not many are ruling out the chances of Henry Shefflin’s charges completing the task. The talent at their disposal is almost unfair to the rest of the competition. TJ Reid is arguably the best there …

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The John McEntee Speech That Forged Believers In Kilcoo

Kilcoo have been coming.  They’ve been knocking on the door for Ulster for quite some time now after ending a 73-year wait for a county title back in 2009. After losing two Ulster club finals, they finally got over the line in 2019 and now stand one game away from an All-Ireland club final. It’s been a remarkable rise for …

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Farragher On Advantages Of Sevens Football & Burke The Machine

How do you solve a problem like Corofin? The Galway champions continue in their pursuit of history this weekend when they face Nemo Rangers in the All-Ireland club semi-final on Saturday in Ennis. Corofin are looking to become the first club side ever to clinch three successive All-Ireland senior men’s titles and have blazed a trail through the competition en …

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Leinster Make Wholesale Changes While Murray Debuts For Connacht

Leo Cullen has changed Leinster’s entire backline from their win in Thomond Park last week ahead of tomorrow’s inter-provincial clash with Connacht at the RDS. Jordan Larmour comes into the team at full-back with Fergus McFadden and Dave Kearney making up the back three on the right and left wings respectively. Joe Tomane returns from injury where he will take up …

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PFA Offer James McClean Support Following Sectarian Abuse

The Professional Footballers’ Association in England have offered support to James McClean in the wake of sectarian abuse he faced from fans on Wednesday night.  The Irish international was representing Stoke City against Huddersfield Town on New Year’s Day when the match officials stopped the game to inform both managers that McClean had reported that he had been receiving abuse …

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Ballyboden’s All-Ireland Adventure Very Much A Community Affair

The meeting of former All-Ireland champions Ballyboden St. Enda’s and Kilcoo of Down may just be the most intriguing fixture in the club calendar this weekend.  While it was just a few years ago that the Dublin champions picked up a maiden All-Ireland title, this is just their second foray into the final four of the All-Ireland club series. Kilcoo, …

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