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McCarthy Hits 3-7 For Kilcummin As Naomh Éanna Dream Ends In Tears

Naomh Éanna (Antrim) 2-09 Kilcummin (Kerry) 5-13 Michael Corry reporting live from Croke Park What a crazy game of football… Naomh Éanna of Antrim and Kerry’s Kilcummin went toe-to-toe this evening in Croke Park in what was a game for the ages in the All-Ireland intermediate football final. Kilcummin’s Noel Duggan pointed from a free in the opening minute to …

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Win Or Lose Naomh Éanna Are Already Victorious

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For Naomh Éanna of Glengormley in the north of Belfast, Saturday’s All-Ireland intermediate final represents a chance to create history. Their story has been shared far and wide, not least by Pundit Arena who documented the club’s tragic history in the lead up to their Ulster final win over Cavan’s Mullahoran back in November. Since then it has grown and …

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GAA Round-up: Watch As Wonder Goal Sends Naomh Eanna Into Final

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The role of the fly-keeper has become more and more common following the antics of All-Star Rory Beggan, and Laois goalkeeper Graham Brody, but it was only a matter of time before this happened. Galway and Connacht champions, An Spidéal entered into today’s All-Ireland intermediate final against Antrim’s Naomh Eanna buoyed by goalkeeper Magnus Breathnach’s performances up until this point. …

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Most Attacked Sports Club In Ireland Guns For Maiden Ulster Crown

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This Saturday in Armagh, North Belfast club, Naomh Éanna will take to the field against Cavan’s Mullahoran for the right to call themselves Ulster champions.  However, it is difficult to talk about the success of this Naomh Éanna side without reflecting on the history of the club which is situated in Glengormley, a once predominantly Unionist area of Northern Ireland. …

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Watch: Conor McDonald Raises Green Flag After Outrageous Catch In Wexford Club Game

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Wexford star Conor McDonald enjoyed a hugely successful year to date after helping the Yellowbellies in what was a breakthrough season. Davy Fitzgerald’s side recorded five wins in Division 1B to secure promotion for next season, before going on to shock Kilkenny twice. McDonald and many other young stars on the team announced themselves as top class hurlers this year, …

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