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Analysing Rob Hennelly’s Croke Park Redemption

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Mayo travelled to Croke Park on Saturday evening looking to go four wins from four in Division One of the Allianz Football League. It wasn’t to be for James Horan’s side as they fell to a comprehensive eight-point defeat against a Dublin side who, despite not firing on all cylinders, never really looked in trouble from the get-go. On the …

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Jim Gavin: “We’ll Play In O’Toole Park, Parnell Park, Any Other Park”

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Dublin restored some order to the Gaelic footballing landscape yesterday evening with an assured eight-point victory over Mayo in Croke Park. The All-Ireland champions dominated proceedings from the first whistle onwards and manager Jim Gavin admitted he was satisfied with what he described as a ‘workmanlike’ performance. “Yeah, I think we’ve got to be satisfied at the fact, with the …

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James Horan: “They Were Physical, They Bullied Us A Little Bit”

Mayo boss, James Horan, cut a dejected figure last night following his sides eight-point defeat to Dublin at Croke Park. The Westerners were second best from start to finish on a night where their goalkeeper, Rob Hennelly, was easily their stand-out player scoring two points and making six point-blank saves. Following the performance, Horan lamented the number of turnovers Mayo conceded …

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Dublin End Mayo Winning Run With Classy Croker Performance

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Dublin 1-12 Mayo 0-7 Michael Corry reporting live from Croke Park Dublin welcomed Mayo to Croke Park this evening in a game that was highly anticipated among supporters, however, failed to live up to the pre-game hype as Dublin swatted aside James Horan’s side. The game started tentatively with both sides wasting possession in the opening couple of minutes. The …

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Five Things Mayo Need To Do To Beat Dublin

Mayo can put 66 years of hurt behind them on Sunday and deny Dublin a three in a row, curse be damned. Here’s how…. 1.  Maybe don’t drop your number one goalkeeper on All Ireland final day?  In the replayed final less than a year ago, Stephen Rochford made the inexplicable decision to drop David Clarke in favour of Rob …

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Dublin v Mayo – Player Ratings From The All Ireland Final

Dublin have won their fourth title in six years and have become the first side since Kerry in 2007 to successfully defend their All-Ireland title. Once again Mayo hung in there until the very end but just couldn’t peg back the Dubs as Jim Gavin’s side won 1-15 to 1-14 in a thrilling All-Ireland final replay at Croke Park. The …

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Reports Circulating Mayo Goalkeeper David Clarke Has Been Dropped For The All-Ireland Final

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Reports are circulating from Mayo journalists that goalkeeper David Clarke has been dropped for today’s All-Ireland final replay with Dublin with back-up goalkeeper Rob Hennelly set to replace Clarke in goal for Mayo. Clarke has been on the Mayo senior panel since 2001 and captained Mayo during the 2012 All-Ireland final loss to Donegal, but could now be forced to …

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Mayo Also Have Huge Room For Improvement

Dublin will be never be as bad again and Mayo have missed their chance to break the curse of 51. It probably was the poorest performance Dublin has put together since their loss to Meath back in 2010, but Mayo were also far from their best. The Green and Red have as much room for improvement.  Mayo manager Stephen Rochford and …

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Cillian O’Connor: Cometh The Hour, Cometh The Man

Dublin vs Mayo Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor celebrates scoring the equalising point late in injury time Mandatory Credit ©

Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time and apart from his airnesses’ supreme athleticism and unrivaled competitiveness, what made Jordan the greatest was that when it mattered most, Jordan showed up. Time and time again, year after year, when the game was on the line #23 always delivered. The Chicago Bulls’ guard had an uncanny ability to step up and …

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Five Alternative Bets To Consider Ahead Of The All-Ireland Final

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Big sporting events present big betting opportunities for bookmakers and punters alike, and as far as Irish sporting events go it doesn’t get much bigger than the All-Ireland Football final. Head-to-head, handicap and first goalscorer are always among the most popular bets for All-Ireland finals but here’s a list of alternative punts that you may want to consider. ______ 1. Dublin Over 19.5 …

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Dublin V Mayo: Ranking The Top Three Clashes In Recent Times

Dublin and Mayo have provided some cracking games in recent times. Everyone is hoping that they will provide another one in this weekend’s All-Ireland football final. Here we rank the Top 3. 3. Dublin 3-15 Mayo 1-14 – 2015 It was a game that Dublin had to pull out all the stops to beat Mayo. Mayo took a second half lead …

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Dublin v Mayo – Betting Advice

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 30/8/2015.Dublin vs Mayo.Dublin's Diarmuid Connolly, James McCarthy and Philly McMahon clash with Aidan OÕShea of Mayo .Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Dublin V Mayo in this year’s All-Ireland Final has split a lot of opinions. Many think that a Dublin win is a sheer formality while ‘Mayo For Sam’ is receiving some positive press from other areas. The bookies have Dublin as favourites but here we asses where the value is for Sunday’s betting. 1. Dublin (-3) – 10/11 The handicap …

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