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Former Down Star Marty Clarke To Join Cavan U20 Coaching Team

Marty Clarke GAA All Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final 31/7/2010 Down Martin Clarke Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Down star Marty Clarke is not long out of the game, after retiring from club action earlier this year. A 2010 All-Ireland finalist with the Mourne County, he had two stints Down Under to pursue an Aussie Rules career with Collingwood. It was during his second spell in Australia that Clarke was diagnosed with Addison’s Disease. As a result, at the …

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Future Of Inter-Provincial Championships Put In Serious Doubt

The Railway Cup is a competition that has failed to really excite the public in the way that it should have in recent years. In theory, having the best players from rival counties come together to represent their province is an idea that should make for top quality action. However, despite once drawing massive crowds to Croke Park when the final was …

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Kerry Legend Retires From Inter-County Football Ahead Of 2018

Eamonn Fitzmaurice will have to plan for the forthcoming season without one of the most decorated players from his Kerry panel.  Bryan Sheehan has announced his retirement from the inter-county game. The St. Mary’s Cahersiveen clubman leaves his Kerry post with five All-Irelands, six Munster titles and one All-Star in 2011 to his name. He will be remembered as one …

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Rathnew Hero Explains How Their Positive Mind-Set Was Key To Historic Victory

It was the result that caught the attention of the whole country as Rathnew of Wicklow defeated the back-to-back Dublin champions, the mighty St Vincents. Touted from the outset as probable provincial and possible All-Ireland champions, Vincents were expected to ease into the competition with a facile win in Sunday’s quarter-final. However, Rathnew, 33-time champions in the Garden County, had …

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All The Results From The Weekend’s Biggest Club GAA Fixtures

Twenty teams became just eleven in the quest for the All-Ireland Club SFC as some of the biggest names in the sport collided over an action-packed sporting weekend. With Ireland involved in rugby, soccer and international rules, it is easy to overlook the club GAA action, but there were a number of enticing clashes all over the country this weekend. …

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