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Galway Goals Help Sink Kildare To Set-Up Semi-Final Clash

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Kildare 0-15 Galway 2-17 It was Galway who were singing come the end of this Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football quarter-final clash in Pearse Park following an eight-point win over Kildare. The Tribesmen got off to the most electric of starts with a goal through midfielder, James McLaughlin, straight from the throw-in. Kildare settled into the game though and responded …

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Mayo Hit Five Majors To Edge Out Dublin In Pearse Park Thriller

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Mayo 5-12 Dublin 2-19 Mayo hit five goals but were pushed all the way by Dublin this afternoon in their Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Football quarter-final clash in Pearse Park, Longford. The pair seemed to shadowbox in the opening exchanges before wing-forward, Ciaran Mylett settled the nerves for Mayo and kicked the opening score after three minutes. However, it took …

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TG4 Set To Broadcast 10 Live GAA Games This Weekend

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TG4 will broadcast 10 live GAA matches across various platforms this weekend. The Irish broadcaster has once again displayed its commitment to putting GAA action on free-to-air television. The broadcaster will broadcast all four Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor football quarter-finals, starting with Mayo and Dublin on Saturday which will be available to view via the TG4 YouTube account from 3 …

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John Evans Steps Down As Wicklow Football Manager

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Popular Kerry man, John Evans, has stepped away from his role as Wicklow senior football boss after two seasons in charge of the Garden County.  Wicklow had a disappointing campaign, gaining just three wins from seven in Division 4 of the Allianz Football League. They then ran Kildare close in the Leinster quarter-final but ultimately fell short before losing to …

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Poll: Vote For Your Early Contender For Footballer Of The Year

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This year’s Senior All Ireland championship has thrown up few shocks as Dublin prove to be the favourites to march on to their fifth title in a row.  Jim Gavin’s side conquered Leinster with ease, despite being pushed by Cork, Kerry triumphed in the Munster championship and Ulster was as competitive as ever though Donegal were crowned back-to-back champions. In …

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Declan Bonner: “It Is A Ridiculous Rule That Needs To Change”

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For those who weren’t glued to Shane Lowry’s incredible victory in the 148th Open Championship in Portrush, there was the small matter of a ding-dong shootout in Croke Park between Kerry and Donegal. In the end, it finished honours even as both sides now turn their attentions to Navan and Castlebar, respectively, in two weeks time. Following the game, Donegal …

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Honours Even For Kerry & Donegal Following Grandstand Finish

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Michael Corry reporting live from Croke Park Kerry 1-20 Donegal 1-20 Wow, what a finish. It looked like Kerry’s match, then it looked like Donegal’s. In the end, it finished a draw and it was probably a fair reflection on what was a highly entertaining finish at Croke Park. Michael Murphy and Paul Geaney proved the heroes on both sides …

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Conclusions As Mayo Ride Their Luck To Pull Away From Meath

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Meath 0-14 Mayo 2-17 Reporting by Michael Corry in Croke Park Meath put up a great showing in Croke Park this afternoon but it was Mayo who pulled away in the closing stages to keep their All-Ireland semi-final hopes alive. Andy McEntee’s side were arguably the better team for most of the game but were left to rue a missed …

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Stack Returns For Rossies As Dublin Unchanged For Super 8s Clash

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Roscommon manager Anthony Cunningham has made one change for his side’s trip to Croke Park to face All Ireland champions Dublin in the second round of the Super 8s.  Brian Stack takes the place of Hubert Darcy in the half-forward line following the Connacht champions’ 0-17 to 0-13 loss to Tyrone in Dr Hyde Park last weekend. Stack was introduced …

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Conor McKenna Pulls Off Outrageous Solo Dummy In AFL Game

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We could watch this one over and over and over again… The toe-tap or solo is something we Gaelic football heads hold very close to our hearts as it’s something seldom seen in any other sport. However, the seemingly simple act of dropping a ball onto your toe and kicking it back up into your hands is something that is …

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Kieran McGeeney To Remain In Charge Of Armagh [Report]

Reports have emerged that Armagh boss Kieran McGeeney is likely to remain in charge of the Orchard County despite calls from certain quarters for him to step down.  Andy Watters of the Irish News reports that the All-Ireland winning captain will be offered the chance to add to his tenure in charge of his native county. It is understood that …

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Electric Ireland To Live Stream Saturday’s All-Ireland Minor Quarter-Final

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In association with The Electric Ireland GAA All-Ireland Minor Hurling quarter-final clash between Clare and Galway will be live-streamed through the official website of Electric Ireland and TG4’s official YouTube channel this coming Saturday.  The Portlaoise clash is do-or-die for both teams. Galway are aiming for a third Electric Ireland All-Ireland Minor Hurling title in a row and got their campaign …

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Eoghan Ban Gallagher Ruled Out For Season With Broken Ankle

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Donegal have been dealt a huge blow ahead of this weekend’s crunch clash against Kerry with the news that Eoghan Ban Gallagher is set to miss the remainder of the season.  The news was first reported by Highland Radio who claimed that Gallagher suffered a “serious leg injury” with the news filtering through since that the wing-back had suffered a …

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