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Quickfire Conclusions As Limerick Stroll To Munster Title

Limerick 2-26 Tipperary 2-14 All Ireland champions, Allianz League champions and now Munster champions, can be there any stopping this Limerick team from this point onwards? John Kiely’s men lifted the Munster Cup for the first time since 2013 following a second-half rout against Tipperary. Read our quickfire conclusions on the Munster final below. _____ Brendan Maher on Aaron Gillane: With …

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Tyrone Send Out Statement With Powerful Win Over Kildare

Kildare Tyrone

Kildare 1-15 Tyrone 2-22 Tyrone have progressed to the next round of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship thanks to a 2-22 to 1-15 victory over Kildare at St. Conleth’s Park in Newbridge. There was no repeat heroics from last year’s infamous ‘Newbridge or Nowhere’ when Kildare sent Mayo out of the Championship as they struggled to compete with the pace …

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All-Ireland Club Finals Moved To January As GAA Condense Calendar

GAA club finals

The GAA Ard Chomhairle have decided to move the senior finals of the AIB All-Ireland club senior championships to a new date in January.  The announcement was made on Saturday afternoon. Currently, the senior club finals take place on St. Patrick’s Day, but in an effort to condense the club calendar, the finals will be played in January. In 2020, …

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BOI Celtic Challenge Finals – Live On Pundit Arena

Celtic Challenge

Watch our live broadcast of the Bank of Ireland Celtic Challenge as the competition wraps up with today’s final matchups.  Last weekend we brought you coverage of the semi-finals where each of the teams battled to earn a spot in today’s finals. From 11:30 today onwards, we’ll be broadcasting each of the six final matches live from Bórd na Móna …

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Tipperary & Limerick Name Teams For Sunday’s Munster Final

Limerick Tipperary Teams

Tipperary and Limerick have named their respective teams for Sunday’s Munster Senior Hurling Final at the Gaelic Grounds (throw-in 2 pm).  These two sides met at Semple Stadium two weeks ago in the final round of the Munster round-robin and it was Liam Sheedy’s men who prevailed by four points. However, Limerick boss John Kiely has recalled four of his …

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Ciara Trant: “It’s Up To The Rest Of The Pack To Catch Up”

Ciara Trant

Dublin goalkeeper Ciara Trant believes that there are both “pros and cons” to Dublin automatically qualifying for the Leinster final. Mick Bohan’s side will face Westmeath in the provincial decider on Sunday in what will be their first game since exiting the league at the hands of Cork earlier this year. Cork, meanwhile, played a game against Waterford and Kerry …

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Mayo Make Four Changes For Crunch Clash With Armagh

Mayo

James Horan has made four changes to his Mayo side for their Round 3 qualifier clash with Armagh in Elverys MacHale Park, Castlebar on Saturday.  Mayo secured their place in the next round of the qualifiers with a  five-point win over Down in Newry last weekend, however, they were dealt a major blow during the week with the news that …

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Kiely: Home Advantage Means Nothing Unless You Make It Count

John Kiely Limerick

Limerick hurling manager John Kiely has urged his players to make home advantage count when they face Tipperary in the Munster final on Sunday.  The All Ireland champions welcome Liam Sheedy’s charges to LIT Gaelic Grounds for the venue’s first provincial final since 2013 when Limerick overcame Cork by nine points. The decider will be the third game Kiely’s men …

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It’s Newbridge or Nowhere For Mickey Harte This Weekend

Tyrone travel to Newbridge this weekend for their crunch Round 3 qualifier clash with Kildare in an intriguing encounter that could go either way given the current form of both sides.  Mickey Harte’s men had four points to spare over Longford last weekend while Kildare travelled to Belfast and came away with a big win over a plucky Antrim outfit. …

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O’Mahony: Cavanagh Looking For Headlines With Kerry Assessment

Sean Cavanagh

Former Kerry footballer, Aidan O’Mahony, has taken umbrage with Sean Cavanagh’s comments regarding the current state of Kerry football on last week’s edition of The Sunday Game.  The three-time All-Ireland winning Tyrone player claimed that if Kerry were competing in any other province bar Munster that they wouldn’t qualify for the Super 8s. O’Mahony feels that Cavanagh was just looking …

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