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Report: Former Dublin U-21 Star To Link Up With Donegal Panel

The Dublin football legend is set to join up with the Donegal senior footballers, according to a report in the Donegal News. Nathan Mullins, son of Brian, is set to join with Declan Bonnar’s Tir Conaill men having represented both Dublin and Donegal at u-21 level. Despite being born and currently living in the north-west, Mullins plays with St Vincents and …

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Four Of The Last Five All-Ireland Champions Involved In An Epic Weekend Of Club Football

It is that time of year where the best of the best compete in the club championships to determine who will win their provincial title and go through to the All-Ireland series. Connacht, Ulster and Munster all have their semi-finals this weekend while all four Leinster quarter-finals take place on Sunday. In the bid to become All-Ireland champions, 20 teams …

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

AIB GAA Munster Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final, Walsh Park, Waterford 5/11/2017 Ballygunner vs Sixmilebridge Niall Gilligan of Sixmilebridge is tackled by Ballygunner's Barry Coughlan Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ken Sutton

The last two All-Ireland Hurling Club champions went marching on today, as Cuala and Na Piarsaigh overcame Dicksboro and Blackrock respectively. Cuala were challenged by the Kilkenny champions at times in Parnell Park, but possessed the class required to see out the tie. This is the third year in a row that the Dalkey side have beaten the Kilkenny champions …

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Wexford Stalwart Calls Time On His Intercounty Career

Leinster GAA Football Senior Championship Semi-Final 30/6/2013 Meath vs Wexford Wexford's PJ Banville and Damien Carroll of Meath Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

2017 was a year which saw Dublin secure a third consecutive All-Ireland title as well as a seventh Leinster Championship in a row. It’s easy to forget just how competitive the province was not too long ago. In 2008, Wexford reached the All-Ireland semi-final, falling to champions-elect Tyrone by six points. Those were some remarkable days for Wexford football. The links to that …

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The Hurler & Footballer Of The Year Have Been Named

After a historic year in the All-Ireland Hurling and Football Championships, in which Galway and Dublin claimed the respective ultimate prizes, we now know who’s picked up the highest individual honour in each code.  Earlier this week we found out who had made the All-Stars hurling team but live on RTÉ on Friday night it was announced who would take …

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