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Quiz: Name The 2010 Gaelic Football All-Star Team

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What a year for Gaelic football 2010 was. While the years since then has seen a blue wave swarm over the nation in the form of a rampant Dublin side seemingly hell-bent on catching up with Kerry, the year 2010 gave us some of the greatest memories. Cork defeated Down in the All-Ireland final to give a band of Rebel …

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Quiz: Name The Sensational All-Star Hurling Team From 2010

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2010 was a magical year for hurling with some outrageous clashes that will last long in the memory. It will be remembered most, of course, as the year Tipperary stopped Kilkenny’s ‘Drive For Five’ following a topsy turvy season that saw them knocked out of the Munster Championship in the first round by Cork. They fought back to set up …

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Páirc Uí Chaoimh To Be Used As Covid-19 Test Centre

Article updated 20/03/2020 Cork GAA have confirmed that they will make Páirc Uí Chaoimh available for use to the HSE in a bid to help tackle the current coronavirus outbreak. In a statement on their website the Cork county board outlined that the HSE are currently exploring uses for the stadium and it is thought that it may be used …

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Quiz: Name Every Hurler Of The Year From The Last Decade

The last decade was arguably one of the most exciting in hurling with five different counties lifting the Liam MacCarthy Cup between 2010 and 2019. Some serious talent emerged over the years becoming household names and winning the biggest awards in the game, including the coveted Hurler of the Year title. Now it’s time to test your knowledge of these …

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Jack McCaffrey Shares Important Information On Covid-19 Pandemic

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With the ongoing global pandemic causing disruption to daily life around the world, many are living in fear that they may contract Covid-19 and thus spread it onto others, particularly, the elder members of their family. As the nation carries out guidelines set down by the HSE to limit contact with others and continually wash your hands, people are doing …

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Ranking The Top Contenders In Hurling With Break In Play

Unfortunately, hurling and Gaelic football are on hiatus and it’s looking more and more likely that the break will be extended due to Covid-19.  However, this break in play allows us an opportunity to step back and analyse who are the top contenders in hurling following what has been an interesting Allianz League group campaign. So here are the hurling …

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Dublin Duo Return Home From AFLW Early Due To Covid-19

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Dublin stars Niamh McEvoy and Sinead Goldrick have brought their season with Melbourne Demons in the AFLW to an end prematurely due to Covid-19. Amid the growing uncertainty and stricter travel restrictions, the All-Ireland winning duo have decided to travel home to Ireland and will miss the club’s first-ever AFL Women’s final this Saturday. “With so much uncertainty in the …

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GAA Confirm New York Championship Opener Postponed

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The GAA have today confirmed that the start of this year’s All-Ireland senior football championship has been suspended following the ongoing global pandemic.  The association confirmed that the Connacht senior football championship clash between New York and Galway has been postponed. The game was due to take place in Gaelic Park, New York on May, 3, however, due to the …

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Former Dublin Hurler In Hospital After Contracting Covid-19

Mick Carton is in hospital after contracting Covid-19 and he has been sharing his experience of the virus. The former Dublin hurler has warned of the symptoms to look out for. The O’Tooles’ club man detailed how he entered self-isolation after experiencing flu-like symptoms, which were later confirmed to be the Coronavirus. He urged people self-isolating at home to keep …

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Mayo GAA Suspend Club Levy Payments For Two Months

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The Mayo county board have announced a two-month suspension on levy payments for all clubs due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Last week, the GAA announced a suspension on all sporting-related activity for both clubs and counties until March 29, however, it is thought this may be extended well into April given the severity of the virus sweeping through the …

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“Sport Will Lift The Spirits Of The Nation When It Comes Back”

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Limerick manager John Kiely has said that his side will overcome the challenges posed by the outbreak of Covid-19 in Ireland while urging the public to heed the HSE’s warnings.  Last Friday, the GAA, Ladies Gaelic Football Association and Camogie Association released a joint statement banning all activity until March 29th at the earliest. However, the Limerick County Board have …

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Poll: Who Will Be Crowned All-Ireland Hurling Champions In 2020?


The future of GAA in Ireland in 2020 is uncertain given the current impact Covid-19 has had on sporting events. However, we hope that we will have a smooth-running championship to look forward to this summer.  2019 was certainly filled with plenty of drama, from Waterford’s poor showing to Galway’s early exit to the tense semi-finals that saw Kilkenny and …

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Dublin’s Jack McCaffrey Posts Important Message On Covid-19

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Dublin football star Jack McCaffrey has posted an important message on social media in light of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak in Ireland.  The 26-year-old, who has four All-Stars to his name, is a doctor in St Luke’s Hospital in Kilkenny and in the video, he pleads with the Irish people to continue to avoid public gatherings and maintain high standards …

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