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The Five Most Effective Left-Footers Playing Inter-County Gaelic Football

There’s something mesmeric about watching left-footed footballers in full-flight. While the ‘lefties’ often find themselves at the brunt of jokes, particularly when it comes to penalty kicks, their talent and value is important as it provides teams with balance, especially in Gaelic games where scores are quite often kicked from the wing-forward positions. From Padraic Joyce to Ciaran McDonald, some …

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GAA; Who’s Hot, Who’s Not – 1st of August

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 31/7/2016 Galway vs Tipperary Tipperary goalkeeper Evan Comerford encourages his team mates before the game Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

It is time for more fallout from the weekend in GAA. Tipperary footballers are the obvious story as the qualified for their first All-Ireland semi-final since 1935. But there were plenty of talking points after the four football games in Croke Park over the weekend. Who’s Hot Tipperary What a story. Despite losing almost ten players for a variety of …

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Five Talking Points From Donegal v Cork

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifiers Round 4B, Croke Park, Dublin 30/7/2016 Donegal vs Cork Donegal's Paddy McBrearty and Eoin Cadogan of Cork Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan

Donegal got back on track after losing the Ulster final. They now have the daunting task of beating Dublin having coming from behind to beat Cork in yesterday’s qualifier. Here are five talking points. Donegal Are Not Getting The Best Out Of Michael Murphy It was the Patrick McBreatry show in Croke Park yesterday. While Donegal fans will be delighted …

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The Donegal Juggernaut is Set to Keep on Rolling

Donegal aim to overcome Derry in this Sunday’s Ulster Senior Football Championship Semi Final. The task facing Derry on Sunday is a daunting one. Not only will Derry have to defeat a side which has only lost one Ulster Championship fixture since 2011, but one that seem to have improved since Jimmy McGuinness departed. In the two Championship games under Rory Gallagher, Donegal …

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