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Mayo-Dublin Semi-Final Set For Sell-Out As Fans Struggle To Buy Tickets

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A sell-out crowd is expected in Croke Park on Saturday evening as for the All Ireland semi-final showdown between Mayo and Dublin with fans scrambling for tickets.  Tickets went on general sale at 10am this morning with supporters queuing for hours outside Supervalu and Centra stores while many reported issues with the online ticketing service, tickets.ie, which reportedly crashed with …

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“They’ve Been A Huge Hit” – Conor McManus Defends Super 8s

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Monaghan star Conor McManus believes dead rubbers are inevitable in any group setup as he defended the structure of the Super 8s.  Gaelic Football fans shared their frustration at the system on Sunday as Dublin and Tyrone both fielded weaker teams for their final clash in Omagh, with both having already secured their semi-final places. Many have called for the …

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Dublin Take Down Tyrone As Diarmuid Connolly Returns To Action

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Tyrone 0-13 Dublin 1-16 It may have been a dead rubber in Omagh this afternoon but there was no shortage of excitement in the build-up when news filtered through that Diarmuid Connolly was set to make his first Championship appearance for Dublin in 686 days. As the action got underway it was Tyrone who struck first blood through Conal McCann …

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GAA Announce All-Ireland Semi-Final Times and TV Schedules

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The GAA has confirmed details for next weekend’s All-Ireland semi-finals involving Kerry, Mayo, Dublin and Tyrone.  Kerry sealed their spot as Group 1 winners yesterday with a 2-18 to 1-13 over a gallant Meath side in Páirc Tailteann, Navan. The race to join Kerry came down to a straight shoot-out in Castlebar between Mayo and Donegal with the home side …

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Mayo Dump Donegal Out Of The Championship In Castlebar

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Mayo 1-14 Donegal 1-10 Mayo are back in an All-Ireland semi-final after defeating Donegal in their Super 8s shootout in Castlebar. Donegal started the brighter of the two sides in Castlebar and opened the scoring through Patrick McBrearty who collected a pass before jinking inside and firing over. Declan Bonner’s men made it two points from two shots moments later …

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Cork Survive Nightmare Start To Win All-Ireland U20 Title

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Cork 3-16 Dublin 1-14 Cork survived a nightmare start where they trailed Dublin by nine points before registering a score to go on and lift the All-Ireland U20 Football title in O’Moore Park. Dublin got their charge off to the perfect start with back-to-back points from James Doran and Ciaran Archer in the opening minute. Archer added the third point …

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Mayo Show Their Hand Ahead Of Donegal Clash

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James Horan has named his side ahead of tonight’s crunch clash against Donegal in the final round of the Super 8s.  Mayo need a win to qualify for the semi-final while Donegal need to avoid defeat which will be easier said than done considering the match is taking place in MacHale Park in Castlebar. Rob Hennelly will start in goals …

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Diarmuid Connolly Named On Dublin Bench For Tyrone Trip

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Diarmuid Connolly has been named among the substitutes for Dublin’s clash with Tyrone on Sunday. The St. Vincent’s man has not played for the All-Ireland champions since their Allianz League victory over Mayo in 2018 with his last Championship appearance coming in the 2017 All-Ireland final when he was sprung from the bench in the second half to play a …

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Dublin & Cork Name Sides For All-Ireland U20 Football Final

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Dublin and Cork have both shown their hand ahead of the All-Ireland U20 Football Final which throws in at 4 pm on Saturday in O’Moore Park, Portlaoise.  Both sets of management teams have decided to stick with the same starting 15 that helped them over the line in their respective semi-final match-ups last week. Cork defeated Tyrone in a gripping …

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Rory Gallagher Steps Down As Fermanagh Boss (Report)

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Rory Gallagher has reportedly stepped down from his role as Fermanagh manager according to The Impartial Reporter. The former Erne County full-forward informed the County Board and Fermanagh players this morning of his decision which brings an end to his tenure after just two seasons in charge of his native county. Gallagher came on board with Fermanagh after having cut …

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TV Details Announced For Final Round Of The Super 8s

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Come Sunday evening, we will know the four teams set to compete for Sam Maguire following the final round of the Super 8s. Group 2 is already set in stone with Tyrone and Dublin meeting in what is essentially a dead-rubber game while Cork and Roscommon fight it out to avoid the wooden spoon. Meanwhile, it’s fair to say most …

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All-Ireland U20 Triple-Threat To Be Televised Live On TG4

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The GAA has today confirmed that O’Moore Park in Portlaoise will play host to Saturday’s All-Ireland U20 hurling semi-final and football final with both games being televised live on TG4. At 2 pm Cork face Kilkenny in their final four clash before the football decider takes centre stage at 4 pm with the meeting of Dublin and Cork. Following this, …

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Campbell and Corbett On Fire As Cork Qualify For Final Four

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Cork are into the semi-finals of the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Championships following a 12-point win over Monaghan in Bord na Mona O’Connor Park. Monaghan nearly got off to the dream start when Liam McDonald was put through on goal in the opening minute and he would have scored only for a superb block by Daniel Peet. Patrick Campbell …

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Kerry Turn It On Late To Qualify For All-Ireland Semi-Final

Kerry 1-12 Tyrone 0-9 O’Connor Park played host to the meeting of Tyrone and Kerry in the quarter-finals of the Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football Championship. It was a nervous opening 15 minutes as both sides struggled for scores and made uncharacteristic mistakes. At the midway point of the first half, Tyrone led by 0-2 to 0-1 with two Luke …

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