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Aaron Ward

Aaron Ward
A writer with an interest in all sports including GAA, MMA, soccer and tiddly-winks.

Carl Frampton Releases Heartbreaking Statement After Missing Weight For Homecoming Fight

Carl Frampton

In news that broke earlier today, Carl Frampton missed weight for his homecoming featherweight title fight following against Andrés Gutiérrez tomorrow night.  The fight will still go ahead, but, disappointingly, it means that the fight is no longer a WBC title eliminator for Frampton. ‘The Jackal’ weighed in 1 lb over the 126 lbs weight limit for the featherweight division in …

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Parking Details For Anyone Travelling To Páirc Uí Chaoimh This Weekend

Cork Premier Intermediate Hurling Club Championship, Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Cork 19/7/2017 Blarney vs Valley Rovers A general view of Pairc Ui Chaoimh during the match Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry

Fans travelling to the new Páirc Uí Chaoimh this weekend for the All-Ireland SHC quarter-finals between Tipperary and Clare on Saturday and the clash of Waterford and Wexford on Sunday have been urged to take extra precaution with their parking and plan their trip ahead.  The state of the art facility was officially unveiled on Wednesday night for the Cork …

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Steven McDonnell Defends Niall Morgan By Recalling The Time Stephen Cluxton Hit Jason McAteer

A lot has been made of Niall Morgan’s alleged goading of Down’s Darragh O’Hanlon after he missed a glorious opportunity for goal in last Sunday’s Ulster SFC final in Clones.  Tyrone successfully retained their provincial crown with a comfortable win over Down, but it wasn’t their powering football display that dominated the headlines in the aftermath of the game. When …

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Do You Agree With Peter Canavan’s Choice Of The Top 10 Footballers In Ireland?

The Gaelic football championship looks set to spring into life this weekend with two crunch round 4B qualifiers set to take place with All-Ireland quarter-final berths on the line as Cork clash with Mayo and Donegal face off against Galway. We have our four provincial champions, with Kerry, Dublin, Tyrone and Roscommon taking their respective regional crowns. So, it is …

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