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Michael Dorgan

Michael has written on a variety of sporting topics including soccer, GAA and horse racing and was a political contributor for the Hill during the US Presidential elections. He also plays senior football with Nemo Rangers in Cork. Follow him on twitter @MDorgan

Collingwood Cup Update – Day 2

Michael Dorgan looks back on Day 2 from Collingwood Cup 2014 Day 2 of Collingwood Cup 2014 saw holders and favourites UCD crash out to NUI Maynooth in in their opening quarter-final game at Belfield Sports Grounds. The hosts were stunned to go a goal behind in the 25th minute when John McKeown put Maynooth into the lead. However UCD …

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Preview: Collingwood Cup 2014

Michael Dorgan looks forward to this week’s Collingwood Cup tournament from Dublin. The 2014 Collingwood Cup tournament begins in Dublin today marking the 100th anniversary of the prestigious intervarsity soccer competition. Eleven universities will battle it out to be crowned centenary champions and this year teams have an added incentive to go all the way to the final as Setanta …

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Too Many Rules In Gaelic Football?

The introduction of the ‘black card infractions’ sees Gaelic footballs rules altered once again, adding to an already complex and complicated rulebook. Michael Dorgan asks whether or not there are too many rules in Gaelic football today. The GAA’s attempts to tackle fouls of a cynical nature is welcomed, yet questions remain about the types of fouls which warrant black …

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Wrestling Weekly – Sting v The Undertaker at WrestleMania?

Recent reports suggest that ‘Sting’ has finally signed with the WWE. Is the dream match of Sting v Undertaker at WrestleMania now a reality? Michael Dorgan takes a look. As reported in last week’s Wrestling Weekly column, the internet rumour mill has been buzzing in recent weeks with the apparent news that former WCW legend and 6 time World Heavyweight …

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