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Quickfire Conclusions As Galway End Kilkenny Four-In-A-Row Dreams

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Kilkenny 2-08 Galway 0-16 Galway are the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 champions for the first time since 2015 after an impressive display against Kilkenny in Croke Park this afternoon. The Tribeswomen raced into a six-point lead following a dominant first-half display and while two second-half goals from Kilkenny threatened to steal the win, Galway held on for their …

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Quickfire Conclusions As Derry End The Leitrim Dream

Derry 0-20 Leitrim 0-16 Derry have been crowned Allianz League Division 4 champions following a four-point win over Leitrim in Croke Park this afternoon. The Ulster side looked in comfortable control for the majority of the game as they quickly overturned a three-point deficit midway through the first half. It brings to an end the heartwarming campaign of Leitrim who …

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Huge Blow For Galway As Joe Canning Ruled Out For Up To Four Months

Joe Canning

Galway GAA have confirmed that Joe Canning is set for an extended period on the sidelines after suffering a groin injury in the Allianz League semi-final loss to Waterford last weekend. Canning was stretchered off in the 60th minute in Nowlan Park after landing awkwardly following a powerful shoulder by Kevin Moran. While it was initially thought that the injury …

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Forgotten Friday: The Darling Of The Hill – Charlie Redmond

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Down through the years, Dublin have been blessed with excellent free-kick takers. Jimmy Keaveney, Dean Rock, Stephen Cluxton. However, were any as iconic as ‘The Darling of the Hill’, Charlie Redmond? He is our focus on this week’s ‘Forgotten Friday‘. Redmond is remembered by many for finally getting over the line in an All-Ireland final in 1995 following several near …

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Allianz League Final Preview: Murphy The Man To Manhandle Meath

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The Allianz Football League Division 2 Final throws up plenty of questions in what is possibly the most intriguing of all the finals taking place this weekend. Meath head into the game safe in the knowledge that top-tier status is secured for 2020 but they’ve gone six from seven en route to the final with their only loss coming against …

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Aaron Gillane: ‘We’re Focused On Making Our Own History’

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All-Ireland champions, Limerick go into this weekend’s Allianz Hurling League final looking to bridge a 22-year gap since their last success in 1997.  It’s something that is becoming a familiar narrative with John Kiely’s men just seven months after they ended a 45-year wait for the Liam MacCarthy Cup. However, star forward, Aaron Gillane says this Limerick side aren’t worried …

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Corry’s Corner: Examining The False Dawn Of Munster Football

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July 31, 2016 The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship has reached the quarter-final stages with the first of two double-headers set to go down in Croke Park. The majority of the teams involved in the last eight are as expected apart from two glaring exceptions, Clare and Tipperary. Three of the eight quarter-finalists are indeed Munster counties and it could well …

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