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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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Damian McErlain Steps Down From Derry Job After Two Years

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Derry are on the hunt for a new senior football boss after Damian McErlain stepped down from his role citing ‘personal circumstances’ as the reason.  McErlain had just completed the second of a three-year term and was expected to continue on for one more season, however, he released a statement today confirming that he will be leaving the post. Derry …

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Super 8s Final Round Fixture Details Released For Bank Holiday Weekend

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The fixture details have been released ahead of the final phase of the All-Ireland Super 8s campaign which is set to take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend. Depending on the results of this weekend’s Croke Park double-headers on Saturday and Sunday, the final phase of games could prove pivotal in determining who qualifies for this year’s All-Ireland SFC …

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Cian O’Neill Steps Down As Kildare Manager After Four Years

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Cian O’Neill has stepped down as the manager of the Kildare footballers after a four-year stint with the county.  O’Neill took charge of the county in 2015 following the departure of Jason Ryan and brought the county from Division 3 to the top tier in the Allianz League in his first two seasons before dropping back down to Division 2 …

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Clifford The King As Kerry Put Mayo To The Sword

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Kerry 1-22 Mayo 0-15 It was billed as the main event on the opening weekend of the Super 8s. A true heavyweight clash involving two of Gaelic football’s greatest sides.  What transpired was far from the classic many had anticipated as Kerry completely overrun a tired Mayo outfit en route to a ten-point win. Lee Keegan got Mayo off to …

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McBrearty Hits 1-6 As Donegal Swat Aside Meath Challenge

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Donegal 2-19 Meath 1-13 Donegal got over the line against Meath in their Super 8s opener at Ballybofey but they were made to work for it every step of the way by Andy McEntee’s side. Declan Bonner’s men came into the game as overwhelming favourites having already beaten the Royals twice this year on top of cruising to a fifth …

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Conclusions As Dublin Fire Five Past Cork In Croker

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Michael Corry reporting live from Croke Park Dublin 5-18 Cork 1-17 Wow… it wasn’t the game we expected but the game we wanted so much. In the end, Dublin had too much for Cork in phase one of the 2019 Super 8s but by God they were pushed the whole way by a rampant Rebel bunch who can head home …

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Peter Harte Cleared To Play In Super 8s Clash With Roscommon

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Peter Harte has been cleared to play in Tyrone’s opening Super 8s game against Roscommon on Saturday after having one of his black card offences overturned. Harte has been the topic of much discussion after receiving three black cards in this season’s Championship, with his dismissal the last day out against Cavan meaning that he must serve a one-match suspension. …

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Sean Cavanagh: Páidi Ó Sé Was Right, Kerry Are Absolute Animals

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Tyrone legend, Sean Cavanagh, has detailed his experience of sitting in the stands in Fitzgerald Stadium during a Kerry game, describing the Kingdom supporters as ‘absolute animals’. Back in 2003, Páidi Ó Sé was forced to step down from his role as manager after referring to the Kerry support as ‘f*****g animals’. The Kingdom legend later apologised for his remarks …

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