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Poll: Vote For Your Early Contender For Footballer Of The Year


This year’s Senior All Ireland championship has thrown up few shocks as Dublin prove to be the favourites to march on to their fifth title in a row.  Jim Gavin’s side conquered Leinster with ease, despite being pushed by Cork, Kerry triumphed in the Munster championship and Ulster was as competitive as ever though Donegal were crowned back-to-back champions. In …

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McHugh: Paddy McBrearty Is “Flying” Since Return From Injury

Patrick McBrearty Donegal

Ryan McHugh has provided a positive update on the form of Paddy McBrearty since the return of the forward to the Donegal panel following a lengthy injury. The 25-year-old sustained a cruciate injury during last year’s Ulster Football Championship final against Fermanagh but returned to action for his club, Kilcar, last month, kicking four points against Glenswilly. McHugh maintains that …

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Dublin Dominate GAA/GPA All-Star Football Team

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final Replay, Croke Park, Dublin 1/10/2016 Dublin vs Mayo Dublin’s Ciaran Kilkenny and Brian Fenton celebrate with the Sam Maguire

The GAA/GPA All-Star football team has been announced, with All-Ireland champions Dublin being represented by no fewer than six players. Jim Gavin’s side retained the Sam Maguire after a pulsating final replay win against Mayo in October, Stephen Rochford’s team themselves represented with four players (all of whom are at the back). _____ The six Dublin players named, Jonny Cooper, Philly …

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Did Ryan McHugh Score The Goal of The Championship?

Ryan McHugh’s goal may come to be remembered as the best score of the summer With ten minutes left to play, Donegal produced a special goal to kill off Galway’s challenge. Despite taking an early 1-2 to 0-1 lead, the tribesmen proved to be a stubborn opponent for Donegal. Galway employed a defensive system that contained their more illustrious rivals for …

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Top Players from the Weekend’s GAA Action

This weekend’s GAA semi-finals were the best games of the summer in terms of excitement, score taking, and surprise. Mayo and Kerry’s clash had everything in an enthralling climax to their exquisite two-game saga. If that wasn’t enough, Donegal caused one of the biggest upsets in recent years, sinking Dublin at HQ. John Ivory is here to rate the top …

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