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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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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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Conor McKenna Reportedly Set For ‘Indefinite’ Return To Tyrone

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Essendon’s Conor McKenna has unexpectedly returned to Ireland just a few weeks prior to the 2020 AFL season.  McKenna starred on the Tyrone minor team that won an All-Ireland title in 2012 before impressing several AFL clubs at a talent combine in December 2013. By the end of 2014, the Eglish club man had signed a two-year rookie contract with …

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Cian Mackey Set For Shock Transfer To Former Leinster Champions

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Recently retired Cavan star Cian Mackey is set for a shock transfer from Castlerahan to Mullinalaghta, the Longford club who sensationally won the Leinster club championship in 2018.   As reported by Paul Fitzpatrick of The Angle-Celt, Mackey informed his Castlerahan clubmates that he would be taking a step back from club duties in the same week that he retired from …

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“Only Donald Trump Gets As Much Coverage As The Kerry Captain”

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The Kerry captaincy selection process has reared its head once again in recent weeks. A number of Gaels have called for the traditional method still held in the Kingdom to be scrapped. In a tale as old as time, Gaelic football’s aristocrats have opted to choose their senior captain each year based on the outcome of the county championship, with …

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Dublin And Mayo Name Teams For Allianz League Clash

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Dublin and Mayo have named their teams for Saturday’s Allianz League clash. Mayo host the Dubs at Elverys MacHale Park in Castlebar, with throw-in at 7 pm. Dublin manager Dessie Farrell has made four changes to the team that drew with Kerry last Saturday in the league opener. Mayo began have also made four changes to their team from their …

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Christie Revels In DCU’s Win But Already Has Sights On Next Year

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DCU went into the Electric Ireland HE Sigerson Cup final as overwhelming favourites to beat an IT Carlow outfit appearing in the college’s first-ever final. The Carlow men had to fight tooth and nail to qualify for Wednesday’s final, knocking out 2019 champions UCC before a last-minute goal in the semi-final saw them over the line against Letterkenny IT. DCU, …

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Evan Comerford Steps Out Of The Shadows To Fire DCU To Glory

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DCU collected their fifth Electric Ireland HE Sigerson Cup crown on Wednesday night after shaking off a dogged IT Carlow to win by seven points (0-14 to 0-7) in Glasnevin. The Dublin college entered the game as heavy favourites given the manner with which they hammered both Queens University Belfast and UCD en route to Wednesday night’s final. The Carlow …

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Ronan Steede Handed Galway Senior Debut At 28-Years-Old

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Corofin made history ten days ago by becoming the first club side ever to win three successive All-Ireland senior football titles when they defeated Kilcoo at Croke Park. In what was a scrappy game overall, Kilcoo will have walked away with regrets knowing that Corofin were there for the taking on a cold day in HQ. The Galway men performed …

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