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The Five Most Effective Left-Footers Playing Inter-County Gaelic Football

There’s something mesmeric about watching left-footed footballers in full-flight. While the ‘lefties’ often find themselves at the brunt of jokes, particularly when it comes to penalty kicks, their talent and value is important as it provides teams with balance, especially in Gaelic games where scores are quite often kicked from the wing-forward positions. From Padraic Joyce to Ciaran McDonald, some …

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Jamie Clarke: Friendship & Trust Key To Armagh Progression

Despite not having picked up a league win yet, Armagh’s Jamie Clarke, believes that the team is going in the right direction.  Armagh sit seventh in Division Two following draws with Kildare and Clare respectively, followed by a defeat to Meath last week. However, it must be said that the all three of the Orchard County’s games were played away …

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Jamie Clarke Set To Rejoin Armagh Squad

Jamie Clarke has reportedly indicated his willingness to rejoin Kieran McGeeney’s Armagh squad after a period spent in the US. Clarke doesn’t seem to have lost a step since last togging out in the Armagh colours and after several trips abroad to play in the United States – has gained some valuable experience under very different circumstances. Representing Longford across …

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Armagh Dealt Blow As Key Player Opts Out Of Squad For 2018

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Kieran McGeeney’s Armagh have been dealt a blow as a key member of their squad is making himself unavailable for selection for the 2018 season. Jamie Clarke is one of the most talented forwards in the country but has reportedly made it known to the Orchard County’s management that he intends to go travelling next year. According to Gaelic Life, …

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Armagh V Tyrone – The Great Rivalry Returns

Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship Quarter-Final 31/5/2009 Armagh v Tyrone Armagh's Finnian Moriarty Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

One of the GAA’s greatest rivalries has gone stale in recent years. As a new millennium began, Ulster football embarked on a golden era in taking the game of Gaelic football to a new level. Armagh and Tyrone were the two finest contributors and their rivalry will return to Headquarters this weekend. Not since 2005 have Armagh and Tyrone gone toe-to-toe …

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PA Gaelic Football Power Rankings: No. 15 – 5

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Sean Cremin is back with part two of our countdown of the Top 25 Footballers in Ireland. Here we countdown numbers 15-5. CLICK HERE FOR PA GAELIC FOOTBALL POWER RANKINGS 25-15   15. Michael Daragh MacAuley (Dublin) MDMA still remains a very effective footballer. He is the prime example of a manufactured player, i.e an incredible athlete turned into a footballer. …

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Top Five Players from the Weekend’s GAA Action

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Week seven of the 2014 Championship was as action-packed and dramatic as its six predecessors. It was a big weekend in both codes in Leinster with Dublin and Meath advancing to the football decider while Kilkenny booked their place in the Hurling Final. Meanwhile, Armagh and Monaghan drew, and there were also plenty of qualifiers to keep us entertained and …

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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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