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Super 8s Final Round Fixture Details Released For Bank Holiday Weekend

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The fixture details have been released ahead of the final phase of the All-Ireland Super 8s campaign which is set to take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend. Depending on the results of this weekend’s Croke Park double-headers on Saturday and Sunday, the final phase of games could prove pivotal in determining who qualifies for this year’s All-Ireland SFC …

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Clifford The King As Kerry Put Mayo To The Sword

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Kerry 1-22 Mayo 0-15 It was billed as the main event on the opening weekend of the Super 8s. A true heavyweight clash involving two of Gaelic football’s greatest sides.  What transpired was far from the classic many had anticipated as Kerry completely overrun a tired Mayo outfit en route to a ten-point win. Lee Keegan got Mayo off to …

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Sean Cavanagh: Páidi Ó Sé Was Right, Kerry Are Absolute Animals

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Tyrone legend, Sean Cavanagh, has detailed his experience of sitting in the stands in Fitzgerald Stadium during a Kerry game, describing the Kingdom supporters as ‘absolute animals’. Back in 2003, Páidi Ó Sé was forced to step down from his role as manager after referring to the Kerry support as ‘f*****g animals’. The Kingdom legend later apologised for his remarks …

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Mayo’s Killarney Kerry Battle & All Other Super 8s Fixture Details

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Three of the four round 4 qualifiers of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship have been decided as Mayo, Tyrone and Cork booked their place in the Super 8s thanks to wins over Galway, Cavan and Laois, respectively.  Following Meath’s win over Clare on Sunday afternoon, the lineup of this year’s Super 8s has finally been confirmed and there is no …

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O’Mahony: Cavanagh Looking For Headlines With Kerry Assessment

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Former Kerry footballer, Aidan O’Mahony, has taken umbrage with Sean Cavanagh’s comments regarding the current state of Kerry football on last week’s edition of The Sunday Game.  The three-time All-Ireland winning Tyrone player claimed that if Kerry were competing in any other province bar Munster that they wouldn’t qualify for the Super 8s. O’Mahony feels that Cavanagh was just looking …

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PA Archives: Five Of The Greatest Moments From The Cork/Kerry Rivalry

Páirc Uí Chaoimh is the venue this evening as Cork and Kerry square off in yet another Munster SFC final.  Peter Keane’s Kerry side are the red-hot favourites going into the game but Cork will be buoyed by their impressive showing against Limerick coupled with Kerry’s below-par second-half performance against Clare. While the two counties seem to be headed in …

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GAA Round-Up: Galway Out & Offaly Relegated In Crazy Day Of Hurling

Wow… What a crazy day of hurling. Offaly’s clash with Kerry in the Joe McDonagh Cup was being hailed as the most important game in the Faithful County’s history. Unfortunately, a two-point loss means they drop into hurling’s third tier next season. In other shock news from around the hurling world. Dublin’s win over Galway coupled with Wexford and Kilkenny’s …

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Kerry’s Magic Full-Forward Line Can Adapt Their Style To Any Game

Kerry are out on Saturday for their first championship match of 2019 when they take on Clare in the Munster SFC semi-final at Cusack Park, Ennis. The Kingdom announced their starting XV earlier this week and purists around the country are already purring at the thought of a full-forward line containing Paul Geaney, James O’Donoghue and David Clifford. It’s a …

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Kerry Don’t Fear Dublin Completing The Five-In-A-Row

The Dublin senior footballers stand on the brink of history as the 2019 All-Ireland Championship looms.  The ‘drive for five’ is underway and all anybody can talk about is whether Jim Gavin’s men can complete something that has never been done before in Gaelic Games. The great Kilkenny hurling team of the late 2000s couldn’t complete the five, nor could …

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Vinnie Murphy: How Kerry Renewed His Love Following Dublin Exile

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“Vinnie’s going to get you, Vinnie’s going to get you.” Vinnie Murphy recounts a tale of leaving a Kerry nightclub back in the early 2000s shortly after his second retirement from inter-county football. He had taken a team down to play in the famous Páidí Ó Sé tournament and after being hammered by hosts, An Ghaeltacht, they flocked to one …

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