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Jason Redmond

A 21-year-old from Wexford, Jason is a final year English and History student at the University of Limerick.

Watch: Wexford Teenage Sensation’s Goal In Club Match Is As Good A Strike As You’ll See

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18-year-old St Martins and Wexford, Rory O’Connor, is certainly making a name for himself.  A brother of the current Wexford Senior midfielder Jack O’Connor, a nephew of the great George O’Connor and the son of All-Ireland winner John O’Connor, it’s certainly in the blood. This year Rory highlighted his ability on a completely new level though, as he has dominated at …

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Carl Frampton Finally Confirms New Trainer After McGuigan Split

Following Frampton’s cancelled title-eliminator in August, it was announced that The Jackal would be splitting with his manager Barry McGuigan and Cyclone Promotions.  After Frampton weighted in too heavy and Mexico’s Andres Gutierrez slipped in the shower, the entire show in Belfast was cancelled and uproar commenced in relation to refunding tickets to disappointed fans. McGuigan was Frampton’s manager and promoter, but Shane …

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There Was An Incredible Turnout For Waterford’s Homecoming

There Was An Incredible Turnout For Waterford's Homecoming

With Galway and Waterford waiting for silverware since 1988 and 1959 respectively, no matter who brought Liam MacCarthy back it was always going to be something special. The scenes in Galway at the homecoming are out of this world. There is a jubilant, joyous atmosphere expressed by the smiling faces dressed in maroon and white, and without a doubt that …

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Listen: Galway’s Potential All-Ireland Final Song Has A Fitting Tribute To Late Tony Keady

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A Final, Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 23/4/2017 Galway vs Tipperary The Galway team stand for The National Anthem Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

With the All-Ireland hurling final looming around the corner, there is an electric atmosphere in Waterford and Galway.  The Tribesmen last competed in the All-Ireland hurling final in 2015, while the Déise’s last appearance was in 2008, when they were destroyed by the Cats. The teams are waiting since 1988 and 1959 respectively to win an All-Ireland and their followers have an …

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Andrew McGahon: From Being Bashed By McGregor To Being Hired As His Exclusive Interviewer

From being bashed by Conor McGregor to being one of his exclusive interviewers, the rise and rise of Andrew McGahon as a credible Irish MMA journalist will not go unnoticed in the MMA world.  When McGahon readily came across McGregor in Dublin airport, he rushed for his sound and video equipment to conduct an interview. He couldn’t lose the opportunity, but for …

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Watch: Conor McGregor Oozes Class With Comments In Recent Interview

It’s just under one week until the biggest combat fight in sporting history takes place at the T-Mobile Arena.  On Saturday, August 26th, Conor McGregor will face boxing phenomenon Floyd Mayweather in what is an extremely intriguing contest. Neither fighter needs an introduction, as their performances inside the octagon and ring respectively established both fighters as global superstars in their respective …

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Watch: Limerick’s Kyle Hayes Makes Outrageous Block With Hand

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A Semi-Final, Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 16/4/2017 Limerick vs Galway Limerick's Kyle Hayes with Adrian Tuohy of Galway Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Yesterday, the main talking point after the two u-21 All-Ireland hurling semi-finals was whether or not it is time to restructure the competition. With Kilkenny’s demolition of Derry by 52 points and Galway’s automatic qualification to the All-Ireland semi-final stage, questions were posed. Although the Limerick and Galway game proved a worthwhile watch for the everyday GAA supporter, it’s the bigger picture …

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Opinion: Saturday’s Farce Should Be The Last Straw For Current U-21 Structure

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On Saturday evening, Limerick emerged victorious in the All-Ireland semi-final against Galway in a thrilling encounter. The game ended with a four-point victory for the Treaty men on a scoreline of 2-23 to 2-19, with Barry Nash and Aaron Gillane playing well throughout for Limerick. For Galway, their senior star Conor Whelan played well, as did Jack Coyne who looks like …

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