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Aaron Ward

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

Massive Injury Blow For Wexford Ahead Of Leinster Final

GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final, Semple Stadium, Tipperary 24/7/2016 Waterford vs Wexford Wexford's Liam Og McGovern with Conor Gleeson of Waterford Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Wexford have been dealt an injury blow as their preparations for the Leinster final get underway.  It has been confirmed that Liam Óg McGovern has torn his cruciate ligament for the second time, meaning he will take no further part in this season, Hogan Stand have reported. This is terrible news for those in the Model County and will no doubt …

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Eamon Dunphy Slams Martin O’Neill And The Role Of Roy Keane In The Ireland Set-Up

Roy Keane should be nowhere near the Republic of Ireland pre-match press conferences, according to controversial RTÉ pundit, Eamon Dunphy.  Dunphy was speaking on RTÉ 2FM’s Game On when he claimed that the FAI should change their precedent of presenting the assistant manager to take questions from the media ahead of big games, citing Keane’s comments before last Saturday’s World …

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Cork Boss Peadar Healy Is Conscious Of The Criticism, But Doesn’t Pay Attention To It

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifiers Round 3B, Glennon Brothers Pearse Park, Longford 16/6/2016 Longford vs Cork Cork Manager Peadar Healy Mandatory Credit ©

Cork scraped past Tipperary on Saturday evening in the Munster Senior Football Championship semi-final on a scoreline of 1-10 to 1-09.  The one-point victory over a Premier County heavily depleted as a result of retirements, injuries and suspensions has not spared the Rebels of any harsh criticism following the shambolic first half performance. The Leesiders registered just a single point …

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Michael Quinlivan Injury Not As Bad As First Feared

Good news for Tipperary football supporters today is that the injury sustained by star player, Michael Quinlivan, is not as bad was initially feared on Saturday evening.  Quinlivan was stretchered off the Pairc Uí Rinn pitch around the 15 minute mark of Tipperary’s one-point loss to Cork at the weekend as a result of what appeared to be a serious …

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