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Cillian O’Connor Starts As Mayo Name Team For Galway Clash

Mayo team Galway

Mayo manager James Horan has named Cillian O’Connor to start for the county’s All Ireland Senior Football Championship qualifier clash with Galway on Saturday evening.  The round four qualifier pits these two rival counties against one another and both sides will be desperate for a win so to lengthen their involvement throughout the summer and secure a spot in the …

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Dates And Times For All Ireland Hurling Semi Finals Confirmed

All Ireland Hurling semi-finals

The GAA have confirmed the throw-in times and dates for the All Ireland hurling semi-finals which take place in three weeks time.  Limerick will be first up at Croke Park as their semi-final throws in at 6 pm on Saturday 27 July at Croke Park. The Treaty County won their first Munster senior hurling title since 2013 when they recorded …

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Electric Ireland GAA Connacht & Leinster Minor Football Finals To Be Streamed Live

Both Electric Ireland GAA Minor Football Finals will be live-streamed through the official website of Electric Ireland and TG4’s official YouTube channel. Having been a sponsor of the GAA All-Ireland Minor Championships since 2012, Electric Ireland committed in 2017 to continue the partnership until 2021. Throughout the course of the partnership, Electric Ireland has been re-defining what it means to …

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Hurling Quarter-Finals & Super 8s Fixture Details Announced

Super 8s Fixture

The fixture details for the quarter-finals of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship and the first two rounds of the Super 8s in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship have been confirmed by the GAA.  On the weekend of Saturday 13/14 July, the Super 8s get underway alongside the quarter-finals of the hurling championship. On Saturday, 13 July, the teams competing in …

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MacKenna On Monday: The People Are Fed Up With Dublin’s Advantage

Brian Fenton Brian Howard Dublin Leinster Final 2019

There’s a scattering of straws… Tyrone’s reversion to 15-behind-the-ball counter-attacking football might suddenly be good enough when it was nowhere near good enough a year ago. Kerry’s youth might grow up in a flash when in 2018 they were too green to make even the last four and today are more at Cork’s level. Thus there’s clutching… Donegal winning one …

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John Kiely: Limerick Have Answered All Who Questioned Team’s Desire

John Kiely Limerick

Limerick manager John Kiely believes his side have now answered their critics who questioned their commitment following their success in 2018. The Treaty men were crowned Munster champions in LIT Gaelic Grounds on Sunday afternoon following a comprehensive 2-26 to 2-14 win over Tipperary. Kiely reinstalled key men Gearoid Hegarty, Declan Hannon, Cian Lynch and Graeme Mulcahy for the clash …

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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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