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Tomás Ó Sé Doesn’t See Kerry As The Team To Topple Dublin

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There’s a feeling around town that if Dublin are to be stopped in their quest for five All-Ireland’s back-to-back then the side to do it will be the aristocrats of Gaelic football, Kerry. It’s not something that is completely out of left-field. Afterall, they are Gaelic football’s equivalent to the All Blacks or Brazil and they have won the last …

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Win Or Lose Naomh Éanna Are Already Victorious

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For Naomh Éanna of Glengormley in the north of Belfast, Saturday’s All-Ireland intermediate final represents a chance to create history. Their story has been shared far and wide, not least by Pundit Arena who documented the club’s tragic history in the lead up to their Ulster final win over Cavan’s Mullahoran back in November. Since then it has grown and …

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Fionn Fitzgerald: “My Status Is, Kerry Is Done For Me”

Former All Ireland winning captain, Fionn Fitzgerald, has confirmed that his inter-county career with Kerry has come to an end as he turns his focus to his club, Dr Crokes.  The 28-year-old made his debut for the Kingdom in the Allianz Football League in 2013 and the following year, he was co-captain with Kieran O’Leary as they lifted the Sam …

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Mary I Storm Into Fitzgibbon Cup Semi-Final With Victory Over CIT

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Mary Immaculate College 2-19 Cork Insititute of Technology 0-12 A superb last-minute goal from Luke Meade sealed a comprehensive victory for Mary Immaculate College and the first spot in the Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals. The 2017 winners were strong favourites going into this game and for good reason, as their star-studded team dominated CIT from start to finish. All …

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Sigerson Cup Round-Up: Semi-Final Lineup Confirmed

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The line-up for the Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup semi-finals has been finalised with UCD, St Mary’s, NUIG and UCC advancing after impressive quarter-final performances. Read our round-up of all the quarter-final action below. St Mary’s 0-15 Maynooth 0-13 2017 Sigerson Cup champions, St Mary’s, have advanced to the semi-finals following a two-point win over Maynooth in Dundalk. The Kildare side were …

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One Of Ireland’s Most Successful GAA Towns Targets First All-Ireland Title

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Castleblayney is a GAA hotbed in Monaghan. The local hurling club recently won their 30th county title, whilst the ‘Faughs’ have won 37 football titles throughout their decorated history. Statistically, Castleblayney is one of the most successful GAA towns in Ireland given their haul of 67 senior county championships. Despite the town boasting a rich history of success, this Sunday marks the …

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Colin Fennelly: We Might Never Be Back Here Again

Ballyhale Shamrocks star, Colin Fennelly, has admitted that his mentality to success has changed as his side prepare for another All Ireland club semi-final, their first since 2015.  The club have appeared in eight All Ireland semi-finals, enjoying enormous success between 2007 and 2010. However, the Kilkenny side have appeared in only one semi-final since then, and Ballyhale were forced to …

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Hurling Power Rankings: Limerick Flying High In Division 1A

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Following the first two rounds of the Allianz Hurling League, we have a clearer picture of where each county stands in terms of squad depth and their prospects for the year ahead. Without the prospect of relegation, managers are probably holding back on playing their ace cards before championship but while they don’t want to reveal all their game plans …

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Eight Players To Watch In The Fitzgibbon Cup Quarter-Finals

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We are down to the final eight teams in the Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup 2019 with all four quarter-finals taking place across the country today.  We have been treated to a feast of talent so far during this year’s competition, not to mention a number of surprise results. Each remaining team is littered with inter-county stars and we have selected …

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Darragh Fitzgibbon The Shy & Unassuming Star Leading His Club To Glory

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The most striking thing about Darragh Fitzgibbon upon meeting him is his shyness. As he tugs on his compression top whilst answering questions you can’t help but think ‘is this really the All-Star midfielder?’. A humble and unassuming character, it’s clear that the Cork star struggles with being so well known, but how exactly does he deal with it? It’s …

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Five Key Talking Points Following Round Two Of The Allianz Leagues

The Allianz Leagues have firmly kicked into gear after an entertaining week two that saw a heap of draws, a Croke Park triple-header and more misery piled onto Páirc Ui Chaoimh. Dublin bounced back from defeat to Monaghan whilst the Farney County came crashing down to earth after conceding a late goal to Roscommon. In hurling, Clare toppled Kilkenny in an …

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Páirc Ui Chaoimh Fiasco Goes From Bad To Worse For Cork

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Páirc Ui Chaoimh finds itself in the headlines once again following the condition of the playing surface this past weekend. Issues have surrounded the recently refurbished home of Cork GAA since its doors opened in July 2017. Only last week the iconic venue founds itself under the microscope once more after it was reported that costs on the revamped stadium …

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