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Fitzgerald Not Buying Into Dr Crokes Heavy Favourites Tag

Dr Crokes go into this weekend’s All-Ireland semi-final with Mullinalaghta as heavy favourites to overcome the Longford minnows who have shocked the GAA world in getting this far. The tiny Longford half-parish are viewed as perennial underdogs, however, Fionn Fitzgerald has looked at their track record and believes that they’re a very strong team who cannot be underestimated. “Everyone has …

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Liam Silke: The GAA Is Letting Us Down, It’s A Disaster

Liam Silke has been all over the news this past week and unfortunately, it has nothing to do with his footballing talents. A vital member of a Corofin side looking to retain their All-Ireland club title, Silke is also part of a star-studded UCD side looking to complete back-to-back Sigerson Cups. A fixture clash means Silke is set to miss …

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Mulligan Happy That Mullinalaghta Buzz Died Down Ahead Of Dr Crokes

How do you fix a problem like the GAA fixture schedule? The answer… you can’t, because for every Gael that would love to see the club championship series rattled off within a calendar year, another will tell you it’s sacrilege to move the All-Ireland senior club finals away from St. Patrick’s Day. Take the case of Corofin’s Kieran Fitzgerald who …

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Carey The King As Beaufort Thrash Easkey In All-Ireland Junior Final

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Beaufort (Kerry) 3-17 Easkey (Sligo) 0-05 Michael Corry reporting from Croke Park Beaufort came to Croke Park this afternoon and left as All-Ireland junior football champions after thrashing Sligo’s Easkey in a one-sided encounter. Beaufort looked the more dangerous side from the get-go with Liam Carey opening the scoring for the Kerry champions after two minutes before full forward, Ciarán Kennedy, …

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Kilcummin: From No Manager To Munster Champions And Possibly More

Kerry & Munster champions, Kilcummin stand on the brink of glory following their exploits over the past year. A successful county campaign ended with a win over Glenflesk which earnt them a crack at Munster where they defeated Cork’s Fermoy in the final followed by a last-four showdown against Kildare’s Two Mile House went right down to the wire eventually …

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Moorefield Win Leinster Club SFC In Most Dramatic Fashion Possible

Moorefield of Kildare overcame St. Loman’s of Westmeath to clinch the Leinster Club SFC in a truly enthralling encounter on a scoreline of 1-14 to 2-10. The champions completed a miraculous comeback to clinch the crown having been two goals down entering injury time at the end of the game. With five minutes remaining there was six-points separating the teams …

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GAA Betting: Cork vs Waterford Preview And A Club Championship Accumulator

Following last weekend’s thriller, much will be expected of this Sunday’s clash between Cork and Waterford. The renaissance continues for the Rebels, having claimed a first Munster title since 2014, their focus now turns on regaining the Liam MacCarthy Cup. After encountering a road block in Munster, Waterford have got back behind the wheel and now find themselves just 70-odd …

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