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Sean Cremin

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.

Players to Watch in Division 1A 2015 National Hurling League

The National Hurling League returns and all eyes will turn to the Heavyweights in Division 1A. Here’s each county’s man to watch   Aidan Walsh – Cork The Cork man is playing hurling only for 2015 and could be ready to make a big impact on the hurling scene. A lot of people will only remember his last game of …

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Kilkenny In Transition: When Have We Heard That Before?

Mind games, mind games, mind games. They have become synonymous in management as the profile of managers and the media has grown in sport worldwide and now Brian Cody is getting ready to play a few more with the hurling fraternity. Sean Cremin discusses. The brave people, or some say ill-informed people, wrote Kilkenny off following their poor 2013 championship. …

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Five Questions Ahead Of The 2015 National Hurling League

After two weeks of football it is now time for the ball to be thrown in for the National Hurling League this weekend. Sean Cremin is here to look ahead to the start of the competitive hurling season. 5. Can Limerick get out of Division 1B? They have been trying hard since 2011 but circumstances and lack of results means Limerick …

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Gaelic Football: Best Players Not to Win an All-Ireland since 2000

We toiled long and hard to create the most deserving XV that should have lifted an All-Ireland plus a few honourable mentions of course. ________________________________________________________________________ It should be made abundantly clear, this was hard work. Much harder than the Hurling equivelent. There are a lot of great players who have plied their trades with weaker counties where an all-star was …

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Five Talking Points from the Opening Weekend of the National Football League

The 2015 National Football League kicked off this weekend without much of a fuss. There were no major incidents to grab the headlines but here are five talking points from the opening weekend of GAA action for 2015. ___________________________________________________________________________ Mayo For Sam 2015? We start off on a bit of sarcastic note as the annual ‘Mayo For Sam’ campaign gathered …

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Five Returning Players To Watch Ahead of The National Football League

Our preview of the National Football League continues with a look at five players that could make a difference as GAA returns to the TV screens. Most of these players are returning to their sides for different reasons after a period away. *Younger players often fail to see significant league action as they tend to be involved with under-21 or third-level sides and …

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Five Teams To Watch In The 2015 National Football League

The GAA preseason takes a big leap forward this weekend with the football league ready to commence. It is not the be-all and end-all for counties but can often be the starting point of momentum for the season ahead. Media coverage, television and column inches will begin to be centred around GAA as new players and management begin to show …

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The Barren XV – A Team Of The Best Hurlers With No All Irelands (Part 2)

Many a great hurler has finished their career without a Celtic Cross so here at Pundit Arena HQ, we’re attempting to give them some recognition for their efforts. Sean Cremin discusses our selection. Here’s Part 2 of The Barren XV. CLICK HERE FOR PART 1 OF THE BARREN XV   Midfielders 8. Ken McGrath – Waterford Ken McGrath was a great player in many positions and could …

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The Barren XV – A Team Of The Best Hurlers With No All Irelands (Part 1)

Many a great hurler has finished their career without a Celtic Cross so here at Pundit Arena HQ, we’re attempting to give them some recognition for their efforts. Sean Cremin discusses our selection. Criteria For Selection: As there was an abundance of great players throughout the years that have failed to climb the famous steps of Croker, we have only selected players from 2000 onwards. ____________________________________________________________________________ …

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Top 10 Hurling Moments Of 2014

More time for reflection on 2014. To follow on from our ‘Top 10 Gaelic football moments of 2014’, here we look at what we classify as the Top 10 hurling moments of the year. It was a good year of hurling with plenty of highlights. These were our favourites.   10. Clare win their third consecutive under-21 title It was a …

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