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Electric Ireland To Livestream This Weekend’s Minor Football Quarter-Finals

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The Electric Ireland GAA All-Ireland Minor Football Championship Quarter-Finals, featuring Mayo vs Dublin, Kildare vs Galway, Kerry vs Tyrone and Cork vs Monaghan, will be available to livestream through the official website of Electric Ireland and TG4’s official YouTube channel this coming Saturday and Sunday. First up on Saturday, is the fascinating clash between Dublin and Mayo with the Boys in …

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Cian O’Neill Steps Down As Kildare Manager After Four Years

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Cian O’Neill has stepped down as the manager of the Kildare footballers after a four-year stint with the county.  O’Neill took charge of the county in 2015 following the departure of Jason Ryan and brought the county from Division 3 to the top tier in the Allianz League in his first two seasons before dropping back down to Division 2 …

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Electric Ireland GAA Connacht & Leinster Minor Football Finals To Be Streamed Live

Both Electric Ireland GAA Minor Football Finals will be live-streamed through the official website of Electric Ireland and TG4’s official YouTube channel. Having been a sponsor of the GAA All-Ireland Minor Championships since 2012, Electric Ireland committed in 2017 to continue the partnership until 2021. Throughout the course of the partnership, Electric Ireland has been re-defining what it means to …

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Westmeath To Appoint Limerick Legend Quaid As He Departs Kildare

Former Limerick goalkeeper, Joe Quaid has left his role as Kildare hurling manager after three years in charge. It is expected that the two-time All Star winner will now take over as boss of Westmeath, following the departure of Michael Ryan earlier this summer. Ryan was with the county for almost four years, guiding them to the Joe McDonagh final …

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Kildare Announce Plans To Redevelop St Conleth’s Park

Kildare have officially announced that they plan on redeveloping St Conleth’s Park. The ground that was the subject of one of the biggest GAA stories of the year has been granted planning permission for an expansion that will include a new 2,600-seater stand. The ‘Newbridge or Nowhere’ controversy stemmed from the GAA’s decision to deprive Kildare of their home advantage …

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Hurling For Cancer Returns To Newbridge With Stellar Lineup

Hurling for Cancer, the annual hurling charity match will return to St Conleth’s Park in Newbridge this evening with stars from the GAA, racing, rugby and the television world set to take part.   Organisers, Jim Bolger and Davy Russell have roped in a number of top personalities including Ollie Canning, John Mullane, Tommy Walsh, Anna Geary, Peter Canavan, Stephen …

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Former Kildare Captain Eamonn Callaghan Announces His Retirement

Kildare’s long-time servant Eamonn Callaghan has called time on his 17-year long inter county career. In a statement on social media, the former captain said it had been a “dream come true” and “an honour” to play for the Lilywhites and thanked management, fans and the backroom team for their support. “It has been an absolute privilege and a dream come true to …

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Eamonn Fitzmaurice Steps Down As Kerry Manager

Following their failure to book a spot in this year’s All-Ireland semi-finals, Eamonn Fitzmaurice has stepped down as Kerry manager. It was a dominant win for the Kingdom in Killarney today as they saw off Kildare by a scoreline of 3-25 to 2-16. But with Monaghan defeating Galway in Salthill this evening, Kerry’s win would be in vain and with …

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Kerry Defeat Kildare But Fail To Avoid Championship Exit

FT: Kerry 3-25 Kildare 2-16 Killarney’s Fitzgerald Stadium played host to today’s Super 8’s pairing of Kerry and Kildare, a matchup that presented the home-side with a very clear path for their chances. In order to progress to the semi-finals, winning was, of course, absolutely essential but with them banking on a Monaghan loss to Galway – the nerves could be …

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Super 8 Power Rankings: Ulster Teams Climb The Ladder

After another busy weekend in the Super 8s, two teams are through to the semi-finals, two teams are out of contention while the rest are battling it out for the final spots. It’s all reflected in this week’s power rankings. 1 Dublin The All Ireland champions retain their top spot this week after they came away from Omagh with a …

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Composed Galway Edge Past 14-Man Kildare In Newbridge Thriller

Kildare: 0-16 Galway: 0-19 Galway have all but booked their place in the All Ireland semi-final following a nervy two-point win over Cian O’Neill’s Kildare in a thrilling encounter in Newbridge the afternoon, effectively ending the home team’s season. The game was hanging in the balance until the influential Daniel Flynn was sent off in the 46th minute. Kildare still managed …

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