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Sigerson Cup Round-Up: Semi-Final Lineup Confirmed

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The line-up for the Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup semi-finals has been finalised with UCD, St Mary’s, NUIG and UCC advancing after impressive quarter-final performances. Read our round-up of all the quarter-final action below. St Mary’s 0-15 Maynooth 0-13 2017 Sigerson Cup champions, St Mary’s, have advanced to the semi-finals following a two-point win over Maynooth in Dundalk. The Kildare side were …

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Hectic Schedule Of Games And No Training A Delight For Stephen Coen

Tomorrow afternoon, UCD and NUIG will face off in the Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup final. With both sides littered with county players, it promises to be a cracker. For Mayo star Stephen Coen and so many others, it’s been a hectic start to 2018, balancing the Sigerson with pre-season tournaments and the Allianz National Football League. In fact, Coen revealed …

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Watch: Highlights Of UCD’s Dramatic Win In Sigerson Cup Semi-Final

UCD Sigerson

UCD are through to the Sigerson Cup final where they will meet NUIG, after seeing off UUJ in dramatic circumstances. The Belfield outfit were buoyed by the return of Con O’Callaghan, fresh from his hurling exploits which helped Cuala past Liam Mellows on Saturday and into the All-Ireland final. The 2016 champions will be eager to win back their crown after …

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Con O’Callaghan The Hero As UCD Set Up Cracking Sigerson Final

After today’s semi-finals, we now know who will face off against one another in Saturday’s Sigerson Cup final which takes place at the Santry Sportsgrounds with a throw-in time of 15:30. Earlier today, NUIG defeated DIT 2-12 to 0-15 at St. Loman’s GAA pitch in Mullingar with the Galway college reaching their first Sigerson Cup final since 2003. NUIG will be without …

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Dates, Times & Venues Confirmed For Fitzgibbon & Sigerson Cup Quarter-Finals

Some of the top players in the country are involved in the latter stages of the third-level tournaments. The Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cups are among the favourites for the GAA purist. While teams traditionally play more attacking football and hurling they are also familiar faces starring, it makes for a fantastic spectacle. It also gives an opportunity for lesser known players …

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Fitzgibbon And Sigerson Cup Teams Of The Year Announced

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Eight players from champions Mary Immaculate College have been selected on the ‘Rising Stars’ Fitzgibbon Cup Team of the year, whereas seven from the Sigerson Cup winning college, St Mary’s, made the football equivalent.  The best performers throughout the senior third level education competitions have been recognised and rewarded with the accolade. On the hurling front, All-Ireland champions, Tipperary are …

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Is The End Near For Sigerson Cup Finals Weekend?

Finals weekend in both the Sigerson Cup and Fitzgibbon Cup could be a thing of the past, if some people get their way at least. Long has the traditional weekend been a favourite of the GAA hipster, but there have been calls to scrap the structure that has many inter-county players playing two big games on consecutive days. Dublin manager …

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Trinity GAA Were At It Again On Twitter Today

Mayo All Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifier Round 3 17/7/2010 General view of a GAA ball Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie GAA Club Players Association

Yesterday Trinity College Dublin made their long awaited debut in the Fitzgibbon Cup, coming up against Limerick IT. As expected, the Dubliners suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of the Limerick side, losing out on a substantial 4-21 0-7 scoreline. However, it wasn’t the manner of the defeat that caught the eye of supporters, but Trinity’s Twitter account which offered an alternative commentary …

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GAA News: IT Sligo & Queens Removed From Sigerson Cup

Controversy has struck this year’s Sigerson Cup after IT Sligo and Queens University have been expelled from this year’s competition. RTÉ report that Both IT Sligo and Queens University have been found to have fielded ineligible players in their opening round match, in which IT Sligo beat the Belfast college on a scoreline of 1-09 to 0-08. The controversy arose after …

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