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Conclusions As Kilkenny Power To Victory Over Cork In Croke Park

Cork Kilkenny

Kilkenny 2-27 Cork 3-18 Reporting by Marisa Kennedy in Croke Park. Kilkenny are back in the All Ireland semi-final after a one-year absence following their six-point win over Cork in Croke Park this afternoon. Cork’s wait for their first win in GAA HQ since 2013 continues despite dominating the opening proceedings with two goals from Patrick Horgan. However, John Meyler’s …

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Diarmuid Connolly Returns To Training With Dublin Senior Footballers

Diarmuid Connolly has returned to train with the other members of the Dublin Senior Footballing panel – according to manager, Jim Gavin. Dublin’s push for five All Ireland titles in a row could well have just received a massive boost after Gavin revealed that Connolly has joined up with the squad ahead of their Super 8s showdown against Roscommon on …

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Conclusions As Dublin Fire Five Past Cork In Croker

jim gavin

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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Dublin Make One Change For Super 8s Opener Against Cork

James McCarthy Dublin

Jim Gavin has made one change to his Dublin side for their Super 8s opener against Cork in Croke Park on Saturday evening.  James McCarthy misses out after suffering a knee injury against Meath in the Leinster final last month. In his place comes Michael Darragh MacAuley who partners Brian Fenton in midfield. David Byrne continues in the full-back line …

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Phelan: “That Feeling, I’ve Never Felt It In A Laois Jersey Before”

Joe Phelan Laois

They may have won silverware the previous week, but it was the final whistle in Portlaoise last Sunday that signalled the biggest celebrations the Laois hurlers have ever experienced.  Their two-point win over Dublin puts them in their first All Ireland quarter-final in 40 years, something few outside the camp thought possible. However, for the players involved, that belief was …

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Team News Ahead Of Quarter-Final Double-Header in Croke Park

quarter-final team news

The All Ireland quarter-finals return to Croke Park on Sunday and it’s sure to be a feast of hurling action as Kilkenny take on Cork before Tipperary face Laois.  The winners of the first quarter-final will progress to face Limerick on July 27 while Tipperary and Laois will battle it out to decide who will meet Wexford in the final …

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Electric Ireland To Live Stream Heavyweight Clash This Weekend

In association with The Electric Ireland GAA All-Ireland Minor quarter-final clash between Kilkenny and Galway will be live streamed through the official website of Electric Ireland and TG4’s official YouTube channel this coming weekend.  The Croke Park clash is a repeat of last year’s final where the Tribesmen ran came away with a seven-point win to collect their second Electric …

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

peter harte

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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Expansion Of Leinster Senior Hurling Championship On The Cards

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship

The potential expansion of the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship will be discussed at a Leinster Council meeting next week.  Leinster GAA Chairman Jim Bolger revealed that two different proposals will be considered – expanding to the competition to six or eight teams. The eight-team proposal would involve two groups of four. Laois causing the upset of the summer with their …

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

Sean Cavanagh

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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Major History: Canning Arrives On The Scene As Galway End Cats Reign

Galway Kilkenny

In association with Galway and Kilkenny meet in the Electric Ireland Minor Hurling championship on Sunday for the first time since last year’s All Ireland final which saw the Tribesmen trumping the Cats by seven points.  Minor has become a grade in which Galway have flourished in recent times, last year’s victory marking back-to-back All Ireland titles, a feat they …

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