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Tag Archives: Colm O’Rourke

Brolly Is A Loss To Punditry Despite Driving O’Rourke Mad

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RTÉ analyst Colm O’Rourke has had his say on Joe Brolly’s apparent removal from his role as a pundit on The Sunday Game. The much-maligned Brolly was omitted from RTÉ’s panel for last Saturday’s All-Ireland final replay and replaced by current Donegal coach Stephen Rochford.  It is believed that the decision to remove the Derry man came as a result of …

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The Division Of Dublin Needs To Be Seriously Examined

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Celebrations continue in Dublin’s fair city as fans and players alike come to terms with the county’s historic fifth successive All-Ireland win.  Having rounded off the decade with seven All-Ireland titles, rumours are circulating that a host of players may ride off into the sunset. However, according to Colm O’Rourke, it won’t matter if the elder statesmen walk away or not, …

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Six New Inductees Included In GAA’s Hall Of Fame

The GAA Museum has announced the induction of six former players, three footballers and three hurlers, into the Hall of Fame for 2019. Denis ‘Ogie’ Moran (Kerry), Colm O’Rourke (Meath) and Larry Tompkins (Cork) were the football inductees, while hurling greats, Conor Hayes (Galway), Nicky English (Tipperary) and Terence ‘Sambo’ McNaughton (Antrim) were honoured as well. The six players were …

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Another Year Of Mediocrity For Meath?

Mick O'Dowd - Meath football manager.

It was only six years ago when Meath hit Dublin for five in Croke Park, but the thought of that happening again is a fairytale for most Royals supporters – the question is, where has it all gone wrong? A traditional superpower, and genuine GAA royalty – but Meath haven’t looked like challenging for anything since they lay down and let …

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VIDEO: The Sunday Game Panel At It Already

Brolly, Spillane and O’Rourke…. RTÉ brought out the big guns to start off this summer’s live coverage of the championship, and it’s fair to say they didn’t let us down. When Joe Brolly, slouched comfortbaly in his chair, brought up the topic of Michael Murphy, it’s fair to say the debate erupted. Although Colm O’Rourke started the disagreement, he looked up …

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