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Michael Quinlivan On All-Ireland Final, Super 8s & 2019 Season

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As the days tick down towards the season’s end it gives us a chance to reflect on what has been an enjoyable season overall for Gaelic football. Whatever the outcome of Sunday’s final between Kerry and Dublin we know we are set for a historic occasion. Either Dublin complete the ‘drive-for-five’ or Kerry become the team to stop them just …

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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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Waterford Manage Just One Point During Annihilation By Kerry

Kerry under-20’s came up big today in the football against an abysmal Waterford performance that saw them register just one point.  Today’s Munster Under-20 Football Championship semi-final saw Waterford come out on the end of a one-sided thrashing at the hands of Kerry at the Austin Stacks Park in Tralee. EirGrid Munster Under 20 Football Championship Semi Final Result Kerry: …

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The Five Standout Performers From Cork’s Victory Over Waterford

Munster GAA Hurling Senior Championship Semi-Final, Semple Stadium, Thurles, Co. Tipperary 18/6/2017 Cork vs Waterford Cork’s Mark Coleman scores a sideline cut Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Cork defeated Waterford by 0-23 to 1-15 in the Munster Championship semi-final on Sunday to book a final meeting with Clare on July 9.  With the Corkonians proving the rebellion under Kieran Kingston is well and truly underway, we pick our standout performers on another memorable day for the underdogs. _________ 5. Patrick Horgan Another day of high-scoring and clinical …

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Watch: Ten Years On, We Remember The Greatest Munster Championship Of The Modern Era

Munster Semi-Final 2nd replay 24/6/2007 Limerick vs Tipperary Limerick's Mike O'Brien and Niall Moran celebrate a late score Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

With just six days to go until Cork and Tipperary kick-off this year’s championship, we are now ten years on from one the greatest Munster Hurling Championships in recent times. 2007 represented a different time for the Munster Championship. Only Waterford’s Michael ‘Brick’ Walsh and Cork’s Anthony Nash have survived and are strongly expected to feature this year. It was a …

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GAA Reform: Does Hurling Need A Change As Well As Football

As an organisation GAA caters for hurling, football, rounders and handball, while camogie and ladies football operate under their own separate identities. Change and reform and two words being brandished in conjunction with each other at an alarming rate. Proposals are being put forward but one thing that stands out is that all of the proposals are geared towards football. …

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Mayo Vs Tipperary: Preview And Team News

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 31/7/2016 Galway vs Tipperary Tipperary's Philip Austin and Kevin O'Halloran celebrate at the final whistle Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Tipperary take on Mayo in their first All-Ireland Football Championship semi-final since 1935 this Sunday in Croke Park at 3:30pm.  Mayo come into the game as strong favourites as they continue their chase for All-Ireland success, which has eluded them since 1951. Tipperary haven’t reached the final stage since 1920 – the year the Premier county last won an All-Ireland …

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What’s The Better Provincial Championship: Ulster Football Or Munster Hurling?

Over the past number of years, these two provincial championships have stood out from the rest in terms of competiveness, intensity and rivalry. We discuss, what could arguably be the better provincial championship? Going on this year’s games, there is only one winner but since the turn of the century, which province has produced the greatest games? The Leinster championships …

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Tipperary’s Footballing Revolution Has Taken Further Major Blows

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In December of 2008, Tipperary’s then county board Chairman Barry O’Brien set out ‘The Premier Plan’ to see All-Ireland success in Tipp’s Minor, U21 and Senior footballing grades, by 2020. While Tipperary’s minor footballers saw success in 2011, and the U21’s lost out in the final this time last year by the narrowest of margins, many saw O’Briens predictions unfolding. …

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