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Former Dublin Hurler Discharged After Recovering From Covid-19

Carton Dublin

Former Dublin hurler Michael Carton has been discharged from hospital after recovering from the coronavirus (Covid-19).  Earlier this month, the O’Tooles club man announced his diagnosis and shared his symptoms in an effort to warn people to remain indoors and to follow the HSE and government advice. “So I had been self-isolating for a few days with flu-like symptoms. Got …

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Quiz: Name The Eye-Catching All-Star Hurling Team Of 2013

Clare All-Star 2013

Next up in our series of quizzes of every All-Star team from the last decade, it’s 2013 and a year Clare hurling fans will never forget. It was a year of firsts, the year that went against the grain. Kilkenny were favourites to complete the three-in-a-row with Galway and Tipperary in hot pursuit. However, the provincial championships threw up more …

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Quiz: Name The Tricky All-Star Hurling Team From 2011

All-Star 2011

Last week, we tested your knowledge of the legendary All-Star hurling team from 2010, now it is time to move onto the 2011 edition.  As you will probably recall, that was the year Kilkenny and Tipperary met in the third instalment of their thrilling final trilogy with Brian Cody’s side winning out on a scoreline of 2-17 to 1-16, avenging …

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TV Details Ahead Of Decisive Weekend In Allianz Leagues

Allianz League

We’re getting down to the business end of the Allianz Leagues with just a month left until the Division 1 hurling and football league finals.  There are a number of scintillating fixtures taking place this weekend in both codes and, as usual, five of these games will be shown on television. The action begins on Saturday evening with two mouthwatering …

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Tipperary To Commission Two Jerseys To Commemorate Bloody Sunday

Tipperary Bloody Sunday

The Tipperary Bloody Sunday Commemorative Committee have announced a series of plans to mark the centenary of the atrocity later this year.  The county is following in the footsteps of Cork whose hurlers will today don a specially commissioned black jersey with a red collar and striping to honour the centenary of the deaths of former lord mayors Terence McSwiney …

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TV Details Ahead Of Jam-Packed Weekend In The Allianz Leagues

Allianz League TV

With Storm Dennis behind us, the Allianz Leagues are expected to run smoothly this weekend with plenty of mouth-watering action to look forward to.  As usual, five Allianz League games will be broadcast on TV beginning with the meeting of Dublin and Wexford in Group B of the Hurling League in Croke Park. The teams currently sit on level points …

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Dublin And Mayo Name Teams For Allianz League Clash

Dublin Mayo

Dublin and Mayo have named their teams for Saturday’s Allianz League clash. Mayo host the Dubs at Elverys MacHale Park in Castlebar, with throw-in at 7 pm. Dublin manager Dessie Farrell has made four changes to the team that drew with Kerry last Saturday in the league opener. Mayo began have also made four changes to their team from their …

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All The TV Details For Bumper Weekend In Allianz National Leagues

Allianz League TV

There’s another jam-packed weekend of GAA in-store and five Allianz Hurling and Football League games will be broadcast across three different providers. On Saturday, Dessie Farrell faces a tough first away trip to take on James Horan’s Mayo in Elverys MacHale Park at 7 pm. That game will be broadcast live on eir Sports 1 with coverage beginning at 6.30 …

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Talking Points Following Intriguing First Round In Allianz Hurling League

Allianz League

The Allianz Hurling League returned with a bang this weekend with major wins for Limerick, Kilkenny and Waterford, among others. The action began sensationally on Saturday evening as Limerick snuck past Tipperary during a thrilling affair. Following that, Wexford impressed as they comprehensively overcame Laois. Meanwhile on Sunday, Kilkenny, Clare, Waterford and Galway all recorded wins to get their campaigns …

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Cluxton & Connolly Both Set To Continue Playing With Dublin

dessie farrell

Dessie Farrell gave his first press briefing on Friday morning with the new Dublin manager confirming that six-time All-Ireland winning captain Stephen Cluxton will return to the set-up in 2020. There had been speculation surrounding Cluxton’s future given the surprise nature of Jim Gavin’s resignation coupled with the fact that the current Footballer of the Year recently turned 38. Farrell …

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Jack McCaffrey Admits “Complete Surprise” At Gavin’s Dublin Departure

Jack McCaffrey Jim Gavin Dublin

There was widespread shock late last November when on a seemingly quiet Saturday, Dublin GAA released a statement confirming Jim Gavin’s departure as senior football manager.  Just two months previously, the side completed a historic five-in-a-row and after the All-Ireland replay, all indications from Gavin himself suggested that he was ready to continue for another year. However, it wasn’t just …

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Celtic Honoured Dublin’s All-Ireland Winners At Celtic Park On Saturday

Members of Dublin’s five-in-a-row winning All-Ireland side were honoured by Celtic during half-time of The Bhoys’ victory over Livingston in the Scottish Premiership. The Dubs were presented on the pitch at Celtic Park with their historic achievement of claiming five Sam Maguire’s in a row being honoured by the club. Paddy Andrews, Jack McCaffrey and Niall Scully were among those …

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Dublin Dominate All-Star Football Team With Seven Players

Dublin

With the five-in-a-row secured, it’s no surprise that All-Ireland champions Dublin dominate the PwC All-Star Football Team of the Year for 2019. All-Ireland runners up Kerry have four players in the team while there are two from Tyrone and one each from Mayo and Donegal. Stephen Cluxton is named in goals, winning his first All-Star since 2013. All-Ireland finalists dominate …

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