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Pundit Arena’s Ultimate Gaelic Football Team Of The Noughties

This particular one took a long time to choose.  The Gaelic football decade from 2000-2009 was ultimately dominated by four counties who took home All-Ireland titles, Tyrone, Kerry, Armagh and Galway. While Galway’s reign spanned the first few years of the decade, it was Tyrone and Kerry, with Armagh a constant presence, who consumed control in the latter half of …

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Five Basketball Documentaries To Watch On YouTube Following The Last Dance

OOWith the acclaimed documentary ‘The Last Dance‘ chronicling Michael Jordan’s final season with the Chicago Bulls officially drawing to a close, sports fans will be left itching for further content to get their teeth into.  While some may be long-time basketball fans, others may have discovered a new-found appreciation for the sport and thus, want to learn more about the …

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Conor Shanahan – The Red Bull Driver And Irish Sporting Phenomenon

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Barely old enough to drive, Conor Shanahan is carving out a career for himself as somewhat of a drift racing phenom.  For those unfamiliar with the sport, participants take part in two solo qualifying runs where they attempt to showcase their car control around corners at high speed with high angled drifts before being paired off into head-to-head battles where …

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Five Basketball Documentaries To Watch After The Last Dance

By Oisin McQueirns & Michael Corry ESPN’s sensational ‘The Last Dance’ documentary about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls has come to a conclusion and sports fans require something to fill the void. The Last Dance captivated audiences across the globe since episode one and two dropped on April 19th. The story of the 90s Bulls and Jordan’s incredible career …

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Ronan Clarke Arrived On The Scene When Armagh Needed Him Most

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 “Armagh have the best forward in the country in Ronan Clarke,” Ross Carr. The year 2002 saw breakout stars aplenty in the GAA with names likes Colm ‘Gooch’ Cooper, Stephen Cluxton and Sean Cavanagh all announcing their arrival on the inter-county scene.  However, the breakout star that stood tallest in 2002 defeating all three en route to an All-Ireland title …

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Forgotten Friday: How Eoin Liston Changed The Course Of History

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There are many cult-heroes in GAA folklore, but perhaps none made such a telling impact and changed the course of history like Kerry’s, Eoin ‘Bomber’ Liston. The big Beale man failed to make the Kerry minor panel and didn’t make his inter-county bow until he lined out for the U21’s in 1977 where they defeated Cork and Down en route …

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The Twickenham Win That Sparked A New Chapter For Irish Rugby

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Originally published February 14, 2020 _____ Ireland versus England is one of the most storied rivalries in rugby and while their battles in the modern game have increasingly become championship defining clashes, it is important to remember that this was not always the case. There was once a time that when the two nations squared up against one another in …

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