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Dublin GAA Release Update On Bernard Brogan Injury

Bernard Brogan Dublin

The big news so far in 2018 as far as Dublin GAA is concerned is the injury to Bernard Brogan. The 2010 Footballer of the Year has been ruled out for the entire season after rupturing his ACL. While this is an undoubted blow to Jim Gavin’s side, the depth available in the forwards ensures that the Boys in Blue are …

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RTÉ’s Viewing Figures For Camogie Finals Show Huge Increase In Interest

Camogie

Cork are All-Ireland Senior Camogie champions following a nail-biting victory over Kilkenny in Croke Park yesterday. The Rebellettes exacted revenge for their loss at the same stage last year, and the celebrations will be lasting all winter on Lee-side. Rena Buckley became the first player to captain the same county to a success in both codes, as she scooped a remarkable …

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Police Issue Warning Over Ticket Scam Ahead Of All-Ireland Final

GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 3/9/2017 Galway vs Waterford A view of fans looking for tickets Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry

With the All-Ireland football final just over a week away, the ticket scramble is intensifying. With Mayo chasing their first title since 1951, hype in the county is hitting fever pitch, while Dublin’s success in recent years has ensured a rise in their popularity as fans face a rush to secure a spot in Croke Park on Sunday week. Unfortunately, …

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Quiz: Can You Name Every Footballer To Score A Goal In An All-Ireland Semi-Final Since 2012?

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final 3/8/2014 Kerry James O’Donoghue Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

The All-Ireland Senior Football Championship is reaching the latter stages as Kerry face Mayo this weekend in the first of the semi-finals. In the second last-four clash, Dublin take on Tyrone next Sunday in one of the most hotly-anticipated encounters of recent years. One thing an All-Ireland semi-final tends to guarantee is entertainment – and with this in mind, we …

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CCCC To Be Given More Power In Future Following Austin Gleeson Incident

In the aftermath of Waterford’s Austin Gleeson being cleared of any wrongdoing in Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final versus Cork, the Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) will be given more power to sanction players in the coming seasons. Gleeson is free to play in the All-Ireland final after referee James Owens admitted that he had already ruled on an altercation involving the Waterford man …

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The Ultimate Cork Vs Waterford Hurling Championship Quiz

Cork Waterford

Cork and Waterford face off in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship semi-final this Sunday, as the neighbouring counties continue their fierce rivalry. As we look ahead to Croker, so many memories of recent years spring to mind, in epic clashes between the two sides. But how much do you remember? Test your knowledge here… _____ Make sure to check out the …

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Jim McGuinness Spots A Weakness In Dublin Tactics That Tyrone Could Exploit

Former Donegal manager Jim McGuinness has had his say ahead of the highly-anticipated clash of Dublin and Tyrone on August 27. Writing for the Irish Times, McGuinness looked at how important it is that Tyrone give themselves the opportunity to compete while also outlining the necessary components when it comes to masterminding a victory over Dublin. McGuinness picked out what …

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