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Anthony Cunningham Could Replace McStay As Rossies Boss [Report]

Former Galway hurling manager, Anthony Cunningham, has emerged as a surprise candidate to replace Kevin McStay as Roscommon manager, according to the Irish Sun.  McStay stepped down from his post with Roscommon, and retired from inter-county management, in September after three years with the county. “Having considered the many factors involved in managing a county football squad, and unable to …

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Kevin McStay Leaves Roscommon Post And Inter-County Management

Former Mayo stalwart Kevin McStay has vacated his position as manager of the Roscommon football team. The decision was confirmed by the county on Twitter. It is with a heavy heart that we confirm that Kevin McStay has stepped down as Roscommon Senior Team Manager. #rosgaa #gaa pic.twitter.com/fQr0b5jNIt — Roscommon GAA (@RoscommonGAA) September 5, 2018 A statement released by McStay …

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Vote: Who Are The Top Contenders To Succeed Stephen Rochford?

Stephen Rochford stepped down from his post as Mayo manager yesterday evening, citing a lack of support from the county board as the reason for his decision.  Rochford took over in 2015, leading his side to the All Ireland final in 2016 and 2017 before exiting the competition at the hands of Kildare this summer. The search will now begin for his replacement …

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Roscommon Through To Super 8s After Thrilling Victory Over Armagh

Roscommon 2-22 Armagh 1-19 Roscommon and Armagh served up the game of the season so far in O’Moore Park, Portlaoise this afternoon as the two goals from Enda Smith saw the Connacht finalists book their place in the Super 8s competition. It was a blistering, fast-paced encounter with little fouling, instead plenty of skill and wonderful finishing were on display. Armagh enjoyed the …

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Reported Ticket Interest In Mayo Vs Galway Is Already Through The Roof

Galway Mayo

With the 2018 Allianz Football League consigned to history, counties’ preparations are gathering pace in the run-up to the summer. Undoubtedly the standout football tie for the month of April is in Connacht. Last year’s All-Ireland finalists Mayo face off against the beaten League finalists Galway in a mouthwatering clash in Castlebar. Galway have beaten their neighbours the last two summers, …

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The Standout XV From The 2018 Allianz Football League

Ahead of the final of the Allianz Football Leagues this weekend, we look at the standout performers of the Division 1 campaign. Who do you think should make the team? 1. Rory Beggan (Monaghan) Remarkably, Monaghan only conceded one goal in seven games across the campaign. This is a stat which forms the backbone for their impressive third-place finish in …

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Kerry Manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice Will Be A Busy Man Next Weekend

Due to the effects of Storm Emma, the GAA cancelled all Allianz National League games scheduled for this weekend. This includes the meeting of Dublin and Kerry at Croke Park which was due to take place on Saturday evening. The tie will now be put back a week to the Sunday afternoon most likely, with reports citing the reason as the Garda …

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All Allianz League Games This Weekend Are Off

League Munster GAA Hurling Minor Championship 2011 Final 10/7/2011 General view of a hurl and sliotar Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie GAA

The GAA have announced that all Allianz National Hurling and Football League games are off this weekend, due to the weather. A full revised fixtures programme to cover the remaining rounds of the Allianz Leagues will be issued on Monday, March 5th. As there consecutive game-weeks in hurling all the way through to the final, all games have been put …

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