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Peader Healy Steps Down As Cork Senior Football Manager

Peader Healy has this evening announced that he will step down as senior manager of the Cork footballers with immediate effect.  His Cork side were involved today in arguably one of the games of the summer as the Rebel County narrowly lost out to heavyweights Mayo. The match had to go to extra time to separate the teams and Stephen …

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Cork And Mayo Names Sides For Qualifier As Rebels Ring Changes

Cork

Cork and Mayo face off in an All-Ireland qualifier tomorrow evening in the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick. It is Mayo’s first visit to the Treaty venue since their infamous loss to Kerry in the 2014 All-Ireland semi-final. Mayo come into the tie as hot favourites, after picking up wins over Derry and Clare to recover from their loss to Galway in the …

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GAA Betting Preview: Best Bets From The Weekend Action

Michael Murphy Donegal

It’s a big weekend of GAA action and we have previewed all the best bets from the hurling and football championship. Using a scale from 1-5, with one being a dodgy bet and five being a banker, we have picked out four bets that have caught our eye ahead of this weekend’s action. _____ Mayo vs Cork – Saturday 17:00 …

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Steven McDonnell Defends Niall Morgan By Recalling The Time Stephen Cluxton Hit Jason McAteer

A lot has been made of Niall Morgan’s alleged goading of Down’s Darragh O’Hanlon after he missed a glorious opportunity for goal in last Sunday’s Ulster SFC final in Clones.  Tyrone successfully retained their provincial crown with a comfortable win over Down, but it wasn’t their powering football display that dominated the headlines in the aftermath of the game. When …

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Do You Agree With Peter Canavan’s Choice Of The Top 10 Footballers In Ireland?

The Gaelic football championship looks set to spring into life this weekend with two crunch round 4B qualifiers set to take place with All-Ireland quarter-final berths on the line as Cork clash with Mayo and Donegal face off against Galway. We have our four provincial champions, with Kerry, Dublin, Tyrone and Roscommon taking their respective regional crowns. So, it is …

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Five Outside Bets For The 2017 Footballer Of The Year Award

Killarney , Ireland - 2 July 2017; David Moran of Kerry in action against Kevin O'Driscoll of Cork during the Munster GAA Football Senior Championship Final match between Kerry and Cork at Fitzgerald Stadium in Killarney, Co Kerry. (Photo By Brendan Moran/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

As Dublin’s Stephen Cluxton lifted the Delaney Cup for a record-breaking seventh consecutive time on Sunday afternoon it officially brought an end to a truly exciting year for the provincial football championships.    Just twelve teams now remain in the race for the Sam Maguire Cup, and, as expected, Kerry and Dublin have advanced to their respective quarter-finals with relative …

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Bookies’ Favourites For 2017 Gaelic Football All Stars

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 28/8/2016 Dublin vs Kerry Dublin's Philly McMahon Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

If the GAA/GPA Gaelic football All Star awards were handed out at this point of the season, who would be picking up the awards? At the end of every season, players are rewarded for outstanding performances by being selected in the All Star XV. It is fair to say that we have yet to hit the fever pitch of intensity …

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