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Venues & Times Announced For Round Two Of Football Qualifiers

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The venues and times for round two of the All Ireland Senior football championship qualifiers have been confirmed today by the GAA.  The draw was made on Monday which pitched teams who have come through round one of the qualifiers and those who lost their provincial semi-finals. The venues, times and dates are below: Saturday, June 22 Antrim v Kildare, …

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Everything You Need To Know About Monday’s Qualifier Draw

On Monday morning, the qualifier draw will take place for the second round of the All Ireland Senior Football Championship. There will be two bowls, one consisting of teams who won their first round qualifying matches this weekend and the other including those who lost their provincial semi-finals. Below you will find everything you need to know about tomorrow’s draw. …

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GAA Confirm Fixture Details For First Round Of Football Qualifiers

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The GAA have confirmed the fixture details for the opening round of the football qualifiers which will take place on the weekend of June 8th/9th. The draw for the first round took place yesterday morning and threw up some interesting clashes including an all-Ulster meeting of Monaghan and Fermanagh while Carlow will face the losers of Kildare and Fermanagh who …

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Full Round-Up Of Teams Ahead Of Football Championship Action

There are a couple of tasty affairs up for grabs this weekend across the Connacht and Ulster Senior Football Championships. The action gets underway this evening when Monaghan travel to Kingspan Breffni Park to take on local rivals Cavan for a place in the Ulster semi-finals. Whoever comes out on top tonight will be watching on in anticipation tomorrow as …

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Sludden Goal Helps Tyrone To One-Point Win Over Monaghan

Tyrone 1-13 Monaghan 0-15 The line up for the All Ireland has been confirmed as a late showing from Tyrone got them over the line against Monaghan in a low-quality semi-final in Croke Park. The game was in the balance going into the final 10 minutes until Niall Sludden found the net for Mickey Harte’s side with their old, reliable leaders showing …

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Pundit Arena GAA’s 2017 Review: What A Year It Was

It’s that time of year again. As 2017 draws towards a close, we reflect on what went down over the past twelve months in the GAA world.  Dublin completed an epic third All-Ireland SFC triumph in-a-row while breaking Mayo hearts in Croke Park yet again in the process and Liam MacCarthy will spend the winter in the West for the …

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Do You Agree With The Sunday Game’s Football Team Of The Year?

So, that’s it, another season down.  The 2017 championship has come to a halt and what a grand finale it was. The Dubs have retained Sam Maguire and in doing so, completing an historic three in a row to cement their place in the history books as one the all-time great teams. For Mayo, another year, another heartbreak. 66 years …

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Watch: Eoghan O’Gara Looks Set To Be Subject Of Disciplinary Action After Today’s All-Ireland Final

Dublin are All-Ireland champions for the third consecutive year and the celebrations will go on long into the night in the capital.  However, Eoghan O’Gara may have his celebrations marred by the fact that he could be facing into a disciplinary hearing following an incident involving himself and Colm Boyle during today’s game. Video footage clearly suggests O’Gara pinning Boyle …

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The Cork Senior Football Team Have Their New Manager

The search for the new Cork senior football manager has come to an end.  Ronan McCarthy has been appointed to the job on a three-year term, replacing Peadar Healy whose stint as boss on Leeside came to an end after the Rebels’ loss to Mayo in the qualifiers this year. McCarthy will take the hot seat with a fine pedigree …

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Are This Monaghan Side Over Or Underachievers?

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On Saturday, we will finally see what this Monaghan team are made of… There is a peculiar paradox surrounding this Monaghan football team – have they overachieved or underachieved? Winning two Ulster titles in recent years in the midst of Donegal challenging for All-Irelands, Tyrone still relevant at the top level, and Down, Derry and Cavan competitive at various stages …

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