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The Donegal Juggernaut is Set to Keep on Rolling

Donegal aim to overcome Derry in this Sunday’s Ulster Senior Football Championship Semi Final. The task facing Derry on Sunday is a daunting one. Not only will Derry have to defeat a side which has only lost one Ulster Championship fixture since 2011, but one that seem to have improved since Jimmy McGuinness departed. In the two Championship games under Rory Gallagher, Donegal …

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GAA Championship Countdown #1: Ulster Football Championship

With the GAA Championship season just around the corner, Pundit Arena GAA will begin the countdown with a preview of each provincial championship in the run up to the summer. First up, we look at the championship that provides the first live game of the year; the Ulster Football Championship. _____ The Ulster Championship is one that divides the opinion of many. Many …

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Five Returning Players To Watch Ahead of The National Football League

Our preview of the National Football League continues with a look at five players that could make a difference as GAA returns to the TV screens. Most of these players are returning to their sides for different reasons after a period away. *Younger players often fail to see significant league action as they tend to be involved with under-21 or third-level sides and …

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Gaelic Football : End Of Season Report Card

Provincial Championships Dublin

Sean Cremin is here with an end of season report card on the Gaelic football season. The championship had its moments and there were episodes of drama that probably papered over the cracks of what a lot of people classified as an average enough season. Best Player: James O’Donoghue The Sunday Game panel did their level best to justify other contenders …

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GAA Transfer Market – Who Would Your County Buy?

If there was a transfer market in the GAA, who would your county acquire? Brian Ryle discusses potential targets for the top counties. The beginning of Sky Sports’ coverage of Gaelic Games has added a new element of professionalism to hurling and football. Perhaps it has set into motion, the process of leading our games into a pay-for-play basis. While …

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