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McGovern The Hero As Foxrock-Cabineteely Down Donaghmoyne

Donaghmoyne (Monaghan) 1-08 Foxrock-Cabinteely (Dublin) 2-08 By Aisling Clery in Bray Emmets Substitute Roisin McGovern proved the match-winner for Foxrock-Cabinteely at sun-drenched Bray Emmets as her late, late goal sent the Dublin and Leinster champions into their first All-Ireland Senior Ladies Club Football Final since 2016. In a dramatic finish, the sides were level at 1-8 each when Donaghmoyne’s Cathriona …

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Club Roundup: Quick Fire Reports From A Dramatic Day Of GAA

It was a frantic and dramatic day in the GAA world as shocks and sensational scorelines rang all around the country. Read our quick-fire reports below for a roundup of the best of the club action.  Hurling Leinster club SHC semi-final: Colin Fennelly registered 4-4 as Ballyhale booked their place in the Leinster final with a 16-point win over Naomh Eanna. …

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Watch: Ballygunner Stun Na Piarsaigh To Claim Munster Crown

Na Piarsaigh Ballygunner

Ballygunner are Munster hurling champions after exacting revenge on old foes, Na Piarsaigh in Semple Stadium to end a 17 year wait.  After a nip and tuck first half, the reigning champions could only manage 1-1 in the second period as the hunger and hurt of Ballygunner drove them to victory. When Kevin Downes got Na Piarsaigh off the mark …

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“Last Year Killed Me” – Dowling Eager To Face Ballygunner

Limerick and Na Piarsaigh sharpshooter, Shane Dowling, is eagerly awaiting the Munster club final when his side will face off against rivals, Ballygunner of Waterford.  The two sides have gone head-to-head in Munster on three occasions over the past seven years and while the Limerick side have been victorious on each occasion, the games have been much closer than their …

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Your Guide To A Stellar Weekend Of Club Action

It’s another pivotal weekend in the GAA club calendar as a number of provincial titles are up for grabs while we’ve reached the All Ireland semi-final stage in the ladies football competition. Beginning with hurling, it’s the biggest day in the Galway calendar as 2016 champions, St Thomas’ take on the current title holders, Liam Mellows. It’s the penultimate round …

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McConnell: ‘Amelia Was Only Born & They Were On Me To Get Back Out’

Pregnancy and the birth of her daughter Amelia provided Cathriona McConnell with a fresh perspective on life and football. The Donaghmoyne sharpshooter and former Monaghan star watched on from the sidelines last year when St Macartan’s provided an Ulster final shock. Amelia was born nine months ago and while football remains vitally important to McConnell, she returned to the game on …

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Preview: Mouthwatering Weekend Of Ladies Football Action

AND then there were six. The race for All-Ireland club glory in the senior, intermediate and junior grades has reached the semi-final stage. All six ties are down for decision over the weekend, beginning on Saturday with the clash of Emmet Óg (Monaghan) and Edinburgh-based visitors Dunedin Connollys in the Intermediate last-four tie. That game will have a 1pm start …

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Exclusive: Galway’s Jack Canning To Pursue Rugby Career In Australia

Highly-rated Galway hurler Jack Canning has decided to take a sabbatical from hurling to pursue a rugby career in Australia, he has exclusively revealed to Pundit Arena. For most talented young hurlers, the dream is to progress from inter-county minor to U21, and eventually onto senior level. However, one of Galway’s young hopefuls has decided to buck the trend and step …

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Mourneabbey Skipper O’Sullivan Leading Six Students Into Battle

Bríd O’Sullivan may decide to ease off on the homework next week if Mourneabbey make it through to another All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football Final. That’s because captain O’Sullivan teaches six of her club-mates at St Mary’s Secondary School in Mallow! Aisling Cronin, Kate O’Brien, Ciara O’Callaghan, Ciara Lawlee, Eva Langford and Anna Ryan are all members of the Mourneabbey …

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