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Sean Cremin
Sean Cremin graduated from University College Cork with a Bachelor of Education in Sports Studies and PE. A self-proclaimed 'pure G.A.A head', Sean recently made the transition from spluttering offline to writing online. Sean loves nothing more than a good debate and still hopes for Tebow to return.

Forgotten Friday – Dublin’s Ray Cosgrove

This week’s Forgotten Friday looks back on the career of a Dublin footballer. The likes of Bernard Brogan and Diarmuid Connolly are the current crowd favourites on Hill 16, but back in the early 2000’s, there was one man ahead of the rest. Charlie Redmond was the man back in the early 1990’s. He was soon overtaken by Jason Sherlock …

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Top 10 Hurling Quarter-Finals

All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Qualifer-Final, 29/7/2007 Cork vs Waterford General view of action during the game Mandatory Credit©INPHO/Dan Sheridan

Ahead of this week’s hurling quarter-finals we have decided to rank the Top 10 hurling quarter-finals since their introduction back in 1997. This week’s Thursday Top 10 was difficult to pick, but here is our effort. Dublin 3-13 Limerick 0-18 – 2011 This was Dublin’s real first big championship win. Having won the National League they were brought back down …

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Top Five Performers From The Connacht Football Championship

Despite having one extra game, the Connacht Championship is now over. Galway won after a replay and Mayo failed to build on their five-in-a-row. Scenes were to be seen as the Maroon and White enjoyed a very much missed success under Kevin Walsh. Here are our Top 5 players from this years Connacht Championship.  Shane Walsh – Galway He was …

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Gaelic Football: If The All-Stars Were Picked Now

The four provincial championships are over. We are at the half-way point of the championship so in follow up to last week, Tuesday’s Team Selection will pick the Gaelic Football All-Stars based on the season so far. Bernard Power – Galway The Galway goalkeeper has impressed so far this season. He has a real swagger about him inside in the …

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Top Five Performers From The Leinster Football Championship

We continue our championship reviews. All provincial championships have now concluded. It was the Dublin show more or less in Leinster yet again. Here we rank the Top 5 players from this year’s Leinster campaign. Picking individuals is tough as a result of Dublin’s team dominance. But we gave it a go nonetheless. Kevin McManamon – Dublin The St. Jude’s …

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Tribute Tuesday – Peter Canavan

Tyrone were victorious in last weekend’s Ulster final. Sean Cavanagh was captain, leader and Man of the Match. We gave the Ulster final negative press, but let’s put some positivity back in Ulster by remembering Tyrone’s greatest ever captain and leader, Peter Canavan. It might be the second week in a row that we are paying tribute to a Tyrone footballer. …

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GAA: Possible Runs To The All-Ireland Football Final

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 20/9/2015.Kerry vs Dublin.Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton lifts the Sam Maguire.Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie.

The draws have been made and the business end of the GAA championships are all ready for action. There is only one door available and all doors now lead to Croke Park in August and September. So four teams have already qualified for the quarter finals. These teams are the four provincial champions; Dublin from Leinster, Kerry from Munster, Tyrone …

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Nobody Is Talking About The Tipperary Footballers

Munster GAA Senior Football Championship Final, Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney, Co. Kerry 3/7/2016 Kerry vs Tipperary Kerry's Michael Geaney and Bill Maher of Tipperary Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

We are now entering the last 12 of the 2016 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship. All of the teams have been spoken about and analysed on a regular basis but very few people have been acknowledging Tipperary. They may be victims of the system or it could down to people having short term memories. But Tipperary are being spoken about very …

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Five Reasons Why The Ulster Football Final Was Such A Disappointment

Donegal's Colm McFadden dejected Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Lorraine O'Sullivan

‘The home of Sexy Football’ was how we described Ulster Football on our weekly podcasts over the last few weeks. We talked up yesterday’s Ulster final as ‘The Game Of The Summer So Far?’ and described our reasons for justified optimism. But that optimism soon changed to pessimism. Listening to Bernard Flynn on RTÉ radio after the game, one could …

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GAA; Who’s Hot, Who’s Not – 18th July

We reflect on the weekend’s action again. Football dominated the weekend with some tasty knock-out qualifier clashes along with the three provincial finals. Here is some of the fallout. Who’s Hot Galway Galway and their manager Kevin Walsh have built a very tidy footballing team. They do play a defensive style but they have some quality attackers that make them …

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