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Dublin To Host Bumper Double Homecoming Later This Month

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It has been a momentous weekend for Dublin as the footballers claimed the elusive five-in-a-row, while on Sunday, the ladies footballers collected the Brendan Martin Cup for the third year-in-a-row.  As expected, a bumper homecoming has been planned that will celebrate the achievements of both teams, however, in an unusual move, the event won’t be held for another two weeks. …

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Dublin & Kerry Unchanged For All-Ireland Final Replay

Dublin and Kerry have named two unchanged teams ahead of this evening’s All-Ireland final replay at Croke Park. Both Peter Keane and Jim Gavin have elected not to change their starting teams ahead of the game as they look to clinch Sam Maguire glory. There had been talk of Bernard Brogan being included in the 26-man squad for this evening’s …

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Bernard Brogan Reportedly Set For Return To Dublin Squad

Dublin forward Bernard Brogan is reportedly set for a recall to the Dublin squad ahead of Saturday‘s All-Ireland final replay against Kerry. According to The Irish Examiner, the 35-year-old will be included in Jim Gavin’s drive-for-five chasing squad at Croke Park this weekend, after missing out on the drawn game two weeks ago. Brogan, who will be chasing his seventh …

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Kerry Announce Starting XV Ahead Of Sunday’s All-Ireland Final

Kerry have announced their starting XV ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland final against Dublin as they look to halt the Dubs’ ‘Drive-for-Five’ in Croke Park. Peter Keane has made one change from the side that defeated Tyrone in the semi-final with Gavin White in as captain to replace Shane Enright. Tommy Walsh will start Sunday’s decider on the bench with David …

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Brian Fenton – On The Brink Of Untouchable

The midfielder is the most iconic position in all of Gaelic football but who is the best to ever play it? There are a tonne of legends out there – Darragh Ó’Sé, Anthony Tohill, Jack O’Shea and Brian Mullins to name just a few among the many. It’s an impossible question to answer and one that can hardly be measured …

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Conclusions As Tipperary Shoot The Lights Out To Sink Kilkenny

Kilkenny 0-20 Tipperary 3-25 Reporting by Marisa Kennedy in Croke Park  Tipperary are the All-Ireland champions for the third time this decade following a sensational 14-point win over Kilkenny in Croke Park this afternoon. It was a case of ‘goals win games’ as efforts from Niall O’Meara, Seamus Callanan and John ‘Bubbles’ O’Dwyer proved the difference though the major turning …

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McDonagh Registers 2-8 As Galway Storm To Third Minor Title In A Row

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Kilkenny 0-12 Galway 3-14 Reporting by Marisa Kennedy in Croke Park Galway are the Electric Ireland minor champions for the third year running following an 11-point win over Kilkenny in Croke Park this afternoon. Man-of-the-match, Sean McDonagh, was once again in superb form for the Tribesmen, registering 2-8, including a penalty on the stroke of half-time, while Ruben Davitt’s goal …

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25 Years Ago Today: Derry Clinch First Sam With Captivating Cork Win

Twenty-five years ago today, Derry beat Cork 1-14 to 2-8 in an exhilarating final to win their first, and only, senior football championship.  The Context: Derry went into their second All-Ireland final looking for their first victory. Down had won the Sam Maguire in 1991 and Donegal were the reigning champions, so Derry aimed to bring Sam to the north …

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Dublin Captain Sinead Aherne Taking Nothing For Granted

Dublin have been earmarked as favourites to win Sunday’s All-Ireland senior ladies football final against Cork, however, captain Sinéad Aherne is taking nothing for granted. Mick Bohan’s team are aiming to retain the Brendan Martin Cup for the very first time in the country’s history, following previous successes in 2010 and 2017. Aherne is her side’s longest serving player and this …

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Cotter The Hero As Cork Break Kilkenny Hearts Once Again In Final

Cork 0-14 Kilkenny 0-13 It was the battle of the free takers as Cork retained the O’Duffy Cup and claimed their 28th All Ireland title with a nervy, one-point victory over Kilkenny, the same margin as last year’s final. There was nothing to separate the sides at the break after a scrappy and disjointed first half, dominated by frees. Chloe Sigerson …

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Cork End Years Of Heartbreak With Intermediate Victory Over Down

Cork 1-13 Down 0-9 After experiencing bitter disappointment in Croke Park at this level over the past two years, Cork were finally crowned All Ireland intermediate champions after a brilliant win over Down this afternoon.  There was much talk before the game about Down’s route to the final. A poor league campaign, a relegation battle and a change of management …

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Dublin Best XV Of Their Winning Four-In-A-Row Teams

Dublin claimed yet another All Ireland title yesterday, sweeping past Tyrone by a margin of six points. With such a wealth of talent in the county, it is unsurprising that this was their fourth All Ireland title in-a-row. With that in mind, we have chosen what we believe to be their strongest XV from their four winning teams.  _____ 1. …

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Watch: James McCarthy Hails Team Spirit As Dublin Earn Four-In-A-Row

Dublin’s James McCarthy spoke to RTE’s The Sunday Game directly after starring in his side’s win over Tyrone in today’s All-Ireland final. Dublin managed to gradually assert their dominance over Tyrone in today’s All-Ireland Senior Football final, coming out on top in an entertaining matchup by a score of 2-17 to 0-14. Today’s win made it four Sam Maguire’s on …

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