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All The Results From The Weekend’s Allianz League Matches

Round 7 of the Allianz National League was played across the country today, as teams scrapped for promotion and to avoid relegation across all divisions. Perhaps the biggest tie of the round was in Donegal, as Declan Bonner’s side scrapped with Mayo to avoid the drop. Mayo came back late on to secure a draw and condemn their hosts to …

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All Saturday’s Allianz National League Results From Around The Country

The Allianz National Leagues are back with a bang, as action took place around the country today. It was a disappointing evening for the Dublin hurlers at Croke Park, as they suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Offaly. Meanwhile, Jim Gavin’s football outfit had enough to see off Kildare in Croke Park, despite trailing at half-time. Meanwhile, Cork entered the fray …

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Opinion: Is Higher Scoring Rates Affecting Hurling Negatively?

Munster GAA Senior Hurling Championship Final, Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 10/7/2016 Waterford vs Tipperary Tipperary celebrate with the trophy

Last July a pall of gloom hung over inter-county hurling. The spectre of sweepers and massed defences supposedly threatened the very future of the sport. The entire championship to that point felt like a series of formalities before Kilkenny’s inevitable victory over Tipperary (or if we were lucky, Galway) in the All-Ireland final. Of course events didn’t transpire that way …

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Video: Kildare’s Daniel Flynn Scores Early Contender For Goal Of The Year

Winter football, as it still was January yesterday, is not noted for wonder scores. However, yesterday’s games in the opening round of National Football League threw up more than its fair share of rockets. Kildare got their Division 3 campaign off to the perfect start, with a 2-9 to 0-11 win away to last year’s Leinster finalists Westmeath. Substitute Daniel Flynn shipped …

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Video: The Best Overseas GAA Scores Of 2015

When reviewing the GAA year of 2015, the obvious highlights of the senior football and hurling championships spring to mind. However, not all of the best GAA scores are confined to Croke Park, nor even Ireland for that matter. All over the world, GAA clubs are thriving, and Jerome Quinn was on hand to record many great matches, be it from …

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