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Peter Keane Remains Coy As Attention Turns To Stopping Dublin

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Peter Keane was in a buoyant yet brazen mood, to say the least, following his side’s win over Tyrone in yesterday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final. Obviously, very happy having seen his side come out on top when for so long they were arguably second best but clearly prepared to play his cards close to his chest as he answered back in …

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Why The Melee In Tralee Restored Faith In Gaelic Football

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The begrudgers will tell you that Dublin were only at half-pace, that the league doesn’t count or that the championship is already a foregone conclusion anyway. However, let’s take the positives where we can. Last night’s clash between Kerry and Dublin went a long way to restoring some faith that there is life in this game just yet. There was …

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Tomás Ó Sé Doesn’t See Kerry As The Team To Topple Dublin

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There’s a feeling around town that if Dublin are to be stopped in their quest for five All-Ireland’s back-to-back then the side to do it will be the aristocrats of Gaelic football, Kerry. It’s not something that is completely out of left-field. Afterall, they are Gaelic football’s equivalent to the All Blacks or Brazil and they have won the last …

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