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“Everything Seemed To Come Naturally To Jimmy”

mossy quinn

When Electric Ireland sat down to choose brand ambassadors for this year’s Minor Football Championship they couldn’t have picked a better advocate than Tomás ‘Mossy’ Quinn. Of course, Mossy is remembered as the livewire corner-forward who was deadly accurate from placed balls during an era where Dublin weren’t exactly winning All-Irelands but were still stars of the show. From the …

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Dublin Handed Huge Boost With Return Of Rory O’Carroll

Dublin have received a huge boost on the eve of the championship with the news that Rory O’Carroll has rejoined the panel. The three-time All-Ireland winner left Ireland following Dublin’s Sam Maguire cup success in 2015 opting to spend the past three seasons travelling and working in New Zealand. Despite Dublin’s continued dominance, O’Carroll’s absence left a huge hole in …

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All The Results From The Weekend’s Biggest Club GAA Fixtures

Twenty teams became just eleven in the quest for the All-Ireland Club SFC as some of the biggest names in the sport collided over an action-packed sporting weekend. With Ireland involved in rugby, soccer and international rules, it is easy to overlook the club GAA action, but there were a number of enticing clashes all over the country this weekend. …

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Watch: Diarmuid Connolly’s Pass Tonight Was All Kinds Of Delicious

Diarmuid Connolly

What a ball from Diarmuid Connolly! Dublin football is coming back down to earth after completing a remarkable three-in-a-row. Life goes back to normal as the county quarter-finals take place between today and tomorrow in Parnell Park. First up, St Vincent’s take on St Sylvester’s in Donnycarney, as the 2014 All-Ireland champions look to push on and defend their title. …

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Eir Sport Announce Live Coverage Of Bumper GAA Double-Header For Next Friday

Dublin GAA

eir Sport have already kicked off their live coverage of club action, as they make further steps into GAA. Their initial offerings have been well received, showing action from the Limerick Hurling Championship and Donegal Football Championship. Today it has been announced that they will broadcast a live double-header in the Dublin Senior Football Championship next Friday evening, September 29. St …

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Official Hurling And Football Teams Of The Club Championships Announced

All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 17/3/2017 Dr. Crokes vs Slaughtneil Colm Cooper of Dr. Crokes at the final whistle Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

The AIB Club Football and Hurling Championships came to their respective climax on Saint Patrick’s Day. Cuala overcame Clare champions Ballyea and became the first Dublin team to lift the Tommy Moore Cup while Dr. Croke’s ended a 15-year wait to get their hands on the Andy Merrigan Cup. Ultimately, this meant there was to be no fairytale ending to Slaughtneil’s …

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Slaughtneil’s Fixture Change Approved Thanks To Cuala

Slaughtneil Hurling

Today, Ulster champions Slaughtneil were handed a boost ahead of their All-Ireland semi-finals as their fixture change was approved by the GAA’s Central Competitions Control Committee in Croke Park, Dublin. Derry and Ulster champions, Slaughtneil, have been granted a change of date to their previously congested fixture list. The All-Ireland Club Senior Hurling Championship semi-final will now be played on February 24 …

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Twitter Reacts As Corofin Comfortably Win The Connacht Club Championship Final

Connacht Senior Club Football Championship Final, Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon 27/11/2016 St. Brigid's vs Corofin Corofin’s captain Alan Burke lifts the trophy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

On Sunday afternoon Corofin of Galway comfortably defeated St. Brigids of Roscommon to become the Connacht Senior Football champions of 2016. Corofin dominated proceedings throughout in what was a very impressive display, with players such as Gary Sice, Ronan Seede and Jason Leonard standing out as the star performers. The game finished on a scoreline of 2:13-0:05, and it’s fair …

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Five Best Club Football Teams Of All Time

County finals took place all over the country this weekend, and the contenders for the race for the Andy Merrigan Cup are beginning to emerge. As part of our coverage of the competition, we profile the five best club football sides since the All-Ireland competition began in 1970. Following on from our hurling list, we turn to the big ball. …

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Cork Senior Football Championship – 1st Round Preview

This weekend sees the beginning of the county championships on leeside. The May long-weekend is generally the benchmark for the Senior Football Championship and this year is no different. There are four attractive first round fixtures taking place this weekend. The safety net of the back-door has taken from the first round of the county championships but a teams’ preference …

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