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Kerry Youngster To Head Down Under To Chase AFL Dream

Deividas Uosis

Kerry youngster Deividas Uosis looks set to join AFL side Brisbane Lions at the end of the year as he makes the switch from Gaelic football to Australian football. Uosis, who was born in Lithuania before moving to Kerry when he was four, played as a goalkeeper on the Kerry minor side who won the 2017 All-Ireland final. The Dingle …

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Allianz Leagues: Clare Remain Unbeaten While Cavan Jump Six Spots

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Storm Dennis may have wreaked havoc across the country but there was still plenty of points up for grabs as 15 games went ahead in the Allianz Leagues. In hurling, Limerick’s clash with Waterford as well as the meeting of Galway and Tipperary were both postponed, however, there was still plenty of action going down across the first division. The …

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Storm Dennis Wreaks Havoc On GAA Fixture List

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Another week, another storm as Dennis wreaks havoc up and down the nation.  On Saturday, it was the opening weekend of the League of Ireland that was effected as RTE had to cancel its live coverage of the Dublin Derby between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers. Today, it is the GAA’s turn to be affected by the menace of a storm …

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QUIZ: Name Galway Side Who Dismantled Tipperary In 2017 League Final

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All-Ireland champions Tipperary travel to Pearse Stadium on Sunday for a must-win Allianz League clash against Galway. Liam Sheedy’s side are currently in a precarious position in the league standings, lying second from bottom of Group A without any points following their opening two losses to Limerick and Cork. A win against Galway will keep Tipperary in the hunt for …

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Wexford Keep Stars In Reserve For League Test Against Kilkenny

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Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald has opted to keep a number of his stars on the bench for their Allianz League clash against Kilkenny in Chadwicks Wexford Park on Sunday.  In total, the team shows two changes to the side who were beaten by Clare in round two of the Allianz League a fortnight ago. Simon Donohue is named at corner-back …

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First Class Season: Dramatic End To Incredible Year Of GAA Action

Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Sigerson Cup

In association with Following six weeks of intense action, lifelong bonds created and new rivalries forged, the Electric Ireland Higher Education Championships have come to a close for the 2020 season. In the Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup, DCU Dóchas Éireann reigned supreme with their fifth title, their first since 2015. Following that, UCC were crowned the Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup …

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TV Details As Focus Returns To Allianz Hurling League

Allianz League

After a week’s rest, the Allianz Hurling League returns with a bang this weekend and five games are set to be broadcast across Saturday and Sunday. The action begins in Netwatch Cullen Park in Carlow on Saturday with the home side hoping for their first win of the competition when they take on Dublin. Throw-in is 5pm and eir Sport …

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Mulligan: County Teams Should Learn From Barcelona’s Cynicism

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Owen Mulligan has weighed in on the debate surrounding the controversial red card David Clifford received in Kerry’s Allianz Football League loss to Tyrone last weekend. The Kerry captain was given his marching orders by referee Fergal Kelly after being hauled to the ground by Tyrone substitute Ben McDonnell. The incident was caught on camera, sparking outrage across the country. …

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Kingston: “What Pulled Us Through Was Sheer Courage And Grit”

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University College Cork (UCC) are the Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup champions for the second year running following a dramatic one-point win over IT Carlow on Wednesday evening.  The Cork outfit overcame all the odds with late points from Darragh Fitzgibbon and Shane Conway seeing them over the line at DCU Sportsground on a scoreline of 0-18 to 2-11. Celebration time …

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Former All-Star Nominee Steps Out Of Retirement To Help Antrim Cause

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Michael McCann has returned to inter-county football and looks set to be included in the Antrim squad ahead of their Division 4 clash with Carlow in two week’s time.  The versatile midfielder called time on his inter-county career in 2016 having represented the Saffron County for the better part of a decade with distinction. However, the Cargin man, who led …

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Corry’s Corner: Red Hand Rising As Tyrone Strike Fear Once Again

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Tyrone deserve credit… there, I said it! For nearly two full decades, the Red Hands have dined at Gaelic football’s top table winning three All-Ireland titles and seven Ulster Championships. Despite the fact their last All-Ireland win came over a decade ago, Mickey Harte’s men have consistently competed in the latter stages of the championship. Since 2008, they’ve reached six …

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GAA Reveal Aggregate Salaries Paid To Senior Management

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The GAA have today revealed, for the first time, the aggregate salaries paid to senior management via their annual report.  Director-General, Tom Ryan’s review revealed that there are 14 members of the senior executive team whose salaries amounted to €1,761,840 in 2019. Salaries are not included for each individual but the average wage across the 14 works out at €125,845. …

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