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Chris Prendergast

Chris works in the legal industry, but in his spare time works on a sports radio show for 92.5 Phoenix FM and would ideally like to pursue a career in journalism. A Kilkenny man born and bred he follows the GAA passionately. Follow Chris on Twitter @Chris_Prender

Claudio Ranieri: Genius Or Flash In The Pan Who Got Lucky?

LEICESTER, ENGLAND - MAY 07: Claudio Ranieri Manager of Leicester City kisses the Premier League Trophy after the Barclays Premier League match between Leicester City and Everton at The King Power Stadium on May 7, 2016 in Leicester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

If the old adage that one should never meet their heroes rings true, then Leicester City has met their’s this season in Claudio Ranieri. After completing an almost impossible feat, at odds of 5000/1 Leicester City showed so many that it was possible to dream and to achieve the unachievable. They did something no team outside of Manchester United, Manchester …

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Ballyhale Shamrocks Crowned Champions For The 6th Time

From the moment the final whistle blew in the semi-final against Gort, this was always going to be a very special All-Ireland final for Ballyhale Shamrocks. Already the most successful club in the history of the All-Ireland Club Championship, with a seventh final appearance, they went in search of sixth title. It was a historic day for Kilmallock too as …

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Sky’s The Limit For The GAA

So it’s definitely too early to call Sky’s coverage of the GAA a failure. But it most definitely hasn’t been the best of starts.   There has been much debate throughout the country ever since the GAA agreed to sell rights to championship matches to Sky Sports last April. Almost a year on and it appears the deal hasn’t been …

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Hurling: 5 Big Moments from League’s Opening Weekend

The National Hurling League is back. Chris Prendergast recaps the five biggest moments from week one.   This weekend saw the Allianz Hurling League return with a bang. Roinn 1 saw action between Cork v Kilkenny, Dublin v Tipp, and Galway v Clare. Roinn 2 opened its campaign with Laois v Offaly, Limerick v Waterford, and Wexford v Antrim For …

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