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Sean Cremin

Sean Cremin graduated from University College Cork with a Bachelor of Education in Sports Studies and PE. A self-proclaimed 'pure G.A.A head', Sean recently made the transition from spluttering offline to writing online. Sean loves nothing more than a good debate and still hopes for Tebow to return.
GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 3/9/2017 Galway vs Waterford Galway's David Burke lifts The Liam McCarthy Cup Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Who Are The Contenders For The 2017 Hurler Of The Year?

After two barren seasons for large parts of 2015 and 2016, hurling came back with a bang in 2017. The Wexford revival along with Cork’s triumphs in Munster really kicked off what would prove to be a highly entertaining season. The decline of Kilkenny and Tipperary, at stages, added to a year of drama where many great games occurred. The …

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GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 27/8/2017 Dublin vs Tyrone Dublin's Eoghan O'Gara and Tiernan McCann of Tyrone Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Five Talking Points From Dublin’s Comprehensive Victory Over Tyrone

Many words could be used to describe Dublin’s latest championship win. Flashbacks to 2005 and 2008 had the general GAA public hoping that a great day in Croke Park would accompany the clashes that Kerry and Mayo provided in the other semi-final pairing. But it was not to be, Dublin hammered Tyrone. The victory was comprehensive, emphatic and powerful and …

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GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 27/8/2017 Dublin vs Tyrone Tyrone's Sean Cavanagh replaced during the second half Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Have We Seen Sean Cavanagh Play For The Last Time In Croke Park?

It was not Tyrone’s day in Croke Park today. Despite being a young side, the departure of Sean Cavanagh halfway through the second half led to a raft of people questioning as to whether this was the last time we have seen one of the greatest footballers of the modern era showcase his talents on the biggest stage. The 34-year old has …

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GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 27/8/2017 Dublin vs Tyrone Dublin's Brian Fenton, Michael Fitzsimons and Philip McMahon tackle Matthew Donnelly of Tyrone Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Dublin Defiant As They Maintain Their March To Three-In-A-Row

The game will be reacted to in two different ways. Some will say that Dublin were awesome, while others will point to just how poor Tyrone were when they faced their biggest test of the year. Tyrone failed emphatically, but Dublin were equally as impressive in completely blowing the Red Hand men out of their way. With Tyrone’s defensive game …

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GAA All-Ireland Minor Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 26/8/2017 Dublin vs Derry Derry panel Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Derry Minors Qualify For The 2017 All-Ireland Final Against Kerry

Almost all of last week’s headlines were taken by Kerry’s David Clifford in last Sunday’s curtain raiser, when Kerry defeated Cavan to keep their chances of winning four All-Ireland minor titles in a row in tact. Today saw Dublin and Derry go to battle in the second All-Ireland minor semi-final, where both teams played out a very entertaining game of football. …

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GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final Replay, Croke Park, Dublin 26/8/2017 Mayo vs Kerry Mayo's Andy Moran celebrates after scoring a goal Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan

Five Talking Points From Mayo’s Victory Over Kerry In Croke Park

‘Mayo For Sam’, is still a realistic prospect for 2017. The Green and Red have qualified for back-to-back All-Ireland finals and this will now be their fourth All-Ireland final in six seasons. It is well documented that Mayo have not lifted Sam Maguire since 1951, and 2017 will present yet another chance for the heartbreak to end. Here are the five main …

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Allianz Football League Division 1 Final, Croke Park, Dublin 9/4/2017 Dublin vs Kerry Referee Paddy Neilan black cards Diarmuid Connolly of Dublin Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

The GAA Weekend In Numbers

It is almost here. If all goes to plan, the 2017 All-Ireland football pairing will be known by 6:00 p.m on Sunday evening. The four heavyweight teams and the ones that everyone identifies as being significantly better than the rest are prepared to battle it out on consecutive days at the winners of Sam Maguire for the season become clearer. …

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Peter Harte Puts Emphasis On Tyrone’s Attacking Play

Peter Harte is regarded as Tyrone’s main man to many GAA followers. Despite wearing number seven, Harte is seen as the fulcrum of the Red Hand attack. They are a side that has often been criticised for their defensive mindset but their attacking play has most definitely moved on another level in 2017. So far this season, Tyrone have amassed …

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EirGrid Ulster GAA Under 21 Football Championship Quarter-Final, Healy Park, Omagh, Co. Tyrone 15/3/2017 Tyrone vs Donegal Donegal manager Declan Bonner Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Presseye/Lorcan Doherty

Former Donegal All-Ireland Winner Seeks Position Of Senior Football Manager

Following the resignation of Rory Gallagher after a bitterly disappointing 2017 championship, former All-Ireland winner and Donegal’s current under-21 manager, Declan Bonner has staked his claim for the position of senior football manager. Having told the Donegal Democrat earlier in the week that he had yet to decide on putting his name forward, Highland Radio, have now confirmed that Bonner …

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Dublin , Ireland - 20 August 2017; Stephen O'Brien of Kerry celebrates scoring his side's first goal during the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final match between Kerry and Mayo at Croke Park in Dublin. (Photo By Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

Quiz: How Much Do You Know About All-Ireland Football Semi-Finals?

With the weekend approaching, here is some easy Friday reading for those counting down to a real bumper weekend of football action. Kerry and Mayo start off proceedings with a replay of last Sunday’s drawn encounter where both teams kicked 2-14 in another classic clash between the two sides. Sunday will then see Dublin and Tyrone meet in the championship …

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Another Kerry Half-Forward Emerges As An Injury Doubt Ahead Of Saturday

Donnchadh Walsh was rated as being “up against the clock” in order to be fit for tomorrow’s All-Ireland football semi-final replay against Mayo. And now it has emerged that another half-forward, Mikey Geaney is struggling to be available for selection. The Irish Independent are reporting that the Dingle man looks almost certain to miss out on the game due to …

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