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GAA Stock Watch: Ulster Up, Munster Down As Jarly Og Goes To Town

It’s all anybody is talking about really… The Ulster Football Championship served up yet another cracker this past weekend as Cavan and Armagh fought out a draw in St Tiernach’s Park, Clones with the two having to meet again this Sunday to determine who will face either Donegal or Tyrone in this year’s Ulster final. Meanwhile, the Munster Hurling Championship …

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Championship Deep-Dive: The Magic Of The McGrath Brothers

In June of last year in Semple Stadium, Clare knocked Tipperary out of the hurling championship with a two-point win. After one loss and two draws, it was probably Tipperary’s best performance of the round-robin series but they conceded a five-point lead in the final 10 minutes and the 2016 All Ireland champions had to watch the rest of the …

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Spotlight: Cometh The Hour, Cometh The Mackey

They’ll have to do it all again next week but for now, we can revel in yet another cracking contest in the Ulster Football Championship. Cavan and Armagh played out a thrilling 1-14 to 0-17 draw at Clones on Sunday and the two sides will meet again this weekend to determine who will face either Donegal or Tyrone in this …

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“They’re Cowards, Hypocrites…If You’re A White Irish Man, No One Cares.”

James McClean

“They’re a bunch of cowards the footballing authorities. They’re a bunch of hypocrites.” James McClean has hit out at the English FA, for their lack of action over sectarian abuse the Derryman has received recently and throughout his career. Every year, around November, McClean is targeted by fans on social media and in football grounds over his refusal to wear the …

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