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1-11 For Burke As Oranmore Crowned Intermediate Champions

Charleville 1-15 Oranmore Maree 2-18 Reporting by Marisa Kennedy in Croke Park Oranmore Maree are the AIB All Ireland intermediate hurling club champions as a stunning second half comeback saw them overcome Charleville in Croke Park. Niall Burke finished the game on a tally of 1-11 as the Galway side overturned a six-point deficit, aided by two Chareville red cards …

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Dunnamaggin Crowned Champions Following Thriller With Blayney

Castleblayney 1-13 Dunnamaggin 1-17 Reporting by Marisa Kennedy in Croke Park Dunnamaggin are the AIB junior hurling club champions following a nervy four-point win over Castleblayney of Monaghan in Croke Park this afternoon. It was far from the expected easy win for the Kilkenny side as Castleblayney dominated the final stages of the opening half to lead by two points …

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Why The Melee In Tralee Restored Faith In Gaelic Football

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The begrudgers will tell you that Dublin were only at half-pace, that the league doesn’t count or that the championship is already a foregone conclusion anyway. However, let’s take the positives where we can. Last night’s clash between Kerry and Dublin went a long way to restoring some faith that there is life in this game just yet. There was …

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Allianz Football League Round-Up: Shock Results Across Divisions

While there were a number of eye-catching fixtures in Division 1 of the Allianz League this weekend, it was the Division 2 results that stood out as Tipperary recorded a shock win over Donegal while Clare had nine points to spare over Cork. Here is our round-up of this weekend’s Allianz Football League action. _____ Allianz Football League Division 1  Kerry …

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Peter Crowley Strikes Late To Give Kerry Deserved Win Over Dublin

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Kerry 1-18 (21) Dublin 2-14 (20) A heavyweight clash ensued in Austin Stack Park, Tralee this evening as Dublin rolled into town to take on Peter Keane’s Kerry side in Round Three of the Allianz Football League. The big news early on was that Dublin’s forwards’ coach, Jason Sherlock, travelled with the team after reports emerged nationwide yesterday that he …

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Lally & Burke Hail Thomas’ Character Following Last-Gasp Win

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St Thomas’ manager, Kevin Lally, has praised his players for keeping their cool during a hectic finish to their All Ireland hurling club semi-final clash with Ruairi Óg Cushendall. The Galway champions were seven points ahead at half-time but that lead was extinguished by the 49th minute as Cushendall outscored their opponents by 1-8 to five points in the second …

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McCarthy Hits 3-7 For Kilcummin As Naomh Éanna Dream Ends In Tears

Naomh Éanna (Antrim) 2-09 Kilcummin (Kerry) 5-13 Michael Corry reporting live from Croke Park What a crazy game of football… Naomh Éanna of Antrim and Kerry’s Kilcummin went toe-to-toe this evening in Croke Park in what was a game for the ages in the All-Ireland intermediate football final. Kilcummin’s Noel Duggan pointed from a free in the opening minute to …

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Sherry The Hero As St Thomas’ Book Patricks Day Date In Croke Park

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Ruairi Óg Cushendall 2-11 St Thomas’ 0-18 2013 champions, St Thomas’, survived a second-half comeback by Ruairi Óg Cushendal to book their place in the All Ireland hurling club final in Parnell Park this afternoon.  Despite a Neil McManus penalty in the fifth minute, Cushendall failed to make an impact in the first-half, falling to a seven-point lead at half time. However, the Antrim …

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