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Paddy Andrews Out With Fractured Jaw Following Clash With Niall Morgan

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It has today been confirmed that Dublin star, Paddy Andrews, fractured his jaw on Saturday night following a clash with Tyrone goalkeeper, Niall Morgan.  RTE Sport’s Darren Frehill reported the news this morning that Andrews did indeed fracture his jaw on Saturday evening and has since undergone surgery as a result. The St. Brigids’ player hadn’t long entered the fray …

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Opinion: Should Diarmuid Connolly Start On Sunday?

The name that never goes away. Dublin’s Diarmuid Connolly is set to take the limelight yet again. Just when we thought he had gone away and had been basically written off for the 2017 season, Connolly’s name has returned to the fold. He is a figure that trouble has followed throughout his footballing career. His talent is indisputable, there are …

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Report: Cillian O’Connor A Major Doubt For All-Ireland Final And Andrews Set To Start

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The Independent.ie’s Ger Kerville has reported that Mayo corner-forward Cillian O’Connor is in ‘major’ doubt to start Saturday’s All-Ireland final replay with Dublin, despite news reports on Friday suggesting that the Castlebar native had been given the all-clear by medical staff to start in the replay. O’Connor’s 77th minute equalising point in the first final ensured that Mayo would have another …

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Everyone Is Predicting The One Change From Dublin Team Named

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 28/8/2016 Dublin vs Kerry Dublin manager Jim Gavin Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

With just hours to go until the big one in Croke Park, debate is raging whether or not the Dublin and Mayo teams will start as they were named yesterday. Jim Gavin named his side last night, with Bernard Brogan and Paul Flynn holding onto their starting places, despite calls during the week for them to be dropped. Others were …

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5 Quick Conclusions From Dublin V Mayo

Dublin beat Mayo 3-15 to 1-14 in Croke Park this evening. Dublin overcame Mayo this evening after a brilliant second half display saw them win convincingly in the end. For Mayo, this defeat represents yet more heart break in Croke Park, however for Dublin it sets them up for another All Ireland Final clash with Kerry. 5. Mayo’s persistence with …

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