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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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O’Brien On Clifford: “He’s Unbelievable At Singing… He Just Has It All”

Stephen O'Brien on David Clifford

Though the championship didn’t exactly go to plan for Kerry, one major positive from 2018 was the emergence of David Clifford as one of their star players. The 19-year-old scored a phenomenal 4-18 throughout Kerry’s campaign, including 1-5 during the otherwise dismal encounter with Galway and that all important goal against Monaghan that saw them live to fight another day. …

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Nominees For the GAA -GPA Footballer and Hurler Of The Month Announced

The nominations for the GAA-GPA Footballer and Hurler of the month award for August have been announced. The six nominees for the GAA – GPA Hurler and Footballer of The Month Awards for August have been unveiled. Up for the hurling award are Tipperary’s Seamus Callanan, Galway’s David Burke and Kilkenny’s TJ Reid. Although TJ Reid was brilliant against Galway in the …

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Kerry GAA -Time Of Uncertainty In The Kingdom

For the first season in recent memory, Kerry opened their championship campaign well and truly positioned in the chasing pack. Not since the early nineties, when the county was in the midst of an eleven year drought, has there been less talk of The Kingdom as genuine All-Ireland contenders. Retirements of stalwarts, injuries and limited success at underage level over …

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