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“We’re Top Of The Table And That’s Where I Want Cavan To Be” – Mattie McGleenan Delighted With Cork Win

Cavan are in the driving seat in Division 2 of the Allianz National Football League after gaining a valuable two points on Lee-side yesterday afternoon. The Breffni County are currently on top of the table, and are the only unbeaten team in the division. Speaking after their win over Cork, manager Mattie McGleenan revealed his delight at the win, conceding …

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Both Mayo And Kerry Switch Goalkeepers As Teams Named For League Ties


Dublin travel to Castlebar tomorrow night to take on Mayo in the Allianz National Football League. Clashes between the two sides have been somewhat entertaining in recent times, to put it mildly. With the Connacht outfit welcoming the All-Ireland champions to their own backyard, Stephen Rochford’s side will be eager to prove a point. They have made four changes from …

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Dublin GAA Release Update On Bernard Brogan Injury

Bernard Brogan Dublin

The big news so far in 2018 as far as Dublin GAA is concerned is the injury to Bernard Brogan. The 2010 Footballer of the Year has been ruled out for the entire season after rupturing his ACL. While this is an undoubted blow to Jim Gavin’s side, the depth available in the forwards ensures that the Boys in Blue are …

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Behind The Gates: Rossies’ Agony In Croker Shows Pain Of Defeat

It was a roller-coaster season for Roscommon footballers in 2017 having won the Connacht title before being humbled by their provincial rivals Mayo in Croke Park in the All-Ireland quarter-final. Thanks to AIB, we have seen what the season was like up close for the Rossies with this behind the scenes documentary series. The fly-on-the-wall production shows the passion that …

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Watch: ‘Behind The Gates’ Shows Us An Emotional Side To GAA Players That We Don’t Always See

AIB have released the first episode of the intriguing documentary which they produced this summer where they followed the Roscommon Gaelic football team on their 2017 journey.  ‘Behind The Gates’ is a portrayal of Roscommon’s season where they were crowned Connacht champions against the odds, having suffered relegation from Division 1 of the National League as a result of a …

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Roscommon Name Their Team For The All-Ireland Quarter-Final Replay

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifiers Round 4A, Pearse Stadium, Salthill, Galway 23/7/2016 Clare vs Roscommon Roscommon Joint Manager Kevin McStay Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Roscommon manager Kevin McStay has announced the starting fifteen that are scheduled to take to the field for Monday’s All-Ireland football quarter-final replay against Connacht rivals Mayo. The teams sees no changes in personnel but there are number of positional changes to the line-up that was announced to play in the drawn game. John McManus and Niall McInerney will swtich …

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Gaelic Football: Roscommon Manager Resigns And End In Sight For Mickey Harte

Ulster GAA Football Final Media Event, The Fir Trees Hotel, Strabane, Co Tyrone 11/7/2016 Tyrone Manager Mickey Harte Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Presseye/Darren Kidd

While all the talk this week has been surrounding the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship final, there have been some major developments in gaelic football. In Connacht, Fergal O’Donnell has stepped down as joint-manager of Roscommon. Selectors David Casey and Stephen Bohan have also resigned with immediate effect. The County Board will meet tonight to discuss the next step for the senior …

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Roscommon; Where Did It All Go Wrong?

Connacht GAA Senior Football Championship Final Replay, Elvery's McHale Park, Mayo 17/7/2016 Galway vs Roscommon Roscommon’s Cathal Cregg and Ciaran Murtagh dejected after the game Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Roscommon began the year as a Cinderella story.  In the dour blustery months, we all clung to hot drinks as the Six Nations was in full flow. But it was the “sheep stealers” that buoyed our sanguine Spring hearts. After leaving an opening victory behind them in a monsoonal Kiltoom, Roscommon blossomed.  On a day where no pass was secure, an intercepted kick-out …

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GAA; Who’s Hot, Who’s Not – 25th of July

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifiers Round 4A, Pearse Stadium, Salthill, Galway 23/7/2016 Clare vs Roscommon Clare's Podge Collins celebrates with his father and team manager Colm and his mother Katherine Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

There are ten teams left in the football championship, with four teams left in the hurling. The intercounty GAA season is coming to its conclusion. The one just past was one of the better weekends of action we have seen, here is some of the fallout. Who’s Hot Clare Footballers The story continues for the Banner as they deservedly marched …

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Analysis: Just How Important Are The Team Managers In Sport?

We are living in extraordinary times. With what appeared to be a mediocre squad of players, Claudio Ranieri guided Leicester City to a Premier League title. Diego Simeone, having bid adieu to the likes of Diego Costa and Thibaut Courtois, brought Athlético Madrid to the Champions League final, again. We have seen Iceland march into the last eight of the …

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