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Five GAA Club Games To Watch Out For This Weekend

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The senior inter-county GAA season is over, as we make our way into the club season. While the ladies football final will keep us entertained on Sunday, we’re heading into the winter, and the club championships are king for the coming months. Up and down the country this weekend, there are fascinating duals taking place. Here, we pick out five of …

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Donegal Set To Confirm New Senior Football Manager Tomorrow

Declan Bonner

Donegal have been on the lookout for a new manager in recent weeks, after the departure of Rory Gallagher. The Ulster outfit endured a hugely underwhelming 2017 campaign, suffering heavy defeats to Tyrone and Galway. However, there is a hope that they can turn things around in the coming years, as their U-21 side claimed the Ulster title earlier this year, …

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Watch: Extraordinary Footage Emerges Of Lee Keegan Flinging GPS Tracker Vs Dublin

Intriguing fan footage has emerged of Dean Rock’s All-Ireland winning point vs Mayo… In the dying moments of Sunday’s enthralling All-Ireland final, Dublin were awarded with a reasonably straight forward free and Dean Rock stepped up. Photos after the final suggested that something had been flung at the Dubliner to put him off as he took the crucial kick and …

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Video: McCaffrey Hilariously Overshadows Gavin & Cluxton Interviews

Jack McCaffrey’s day got off to the worst start possible, as his All-Ireland final was over in just minutes, but the Clontarf man’s spirits seemed to have been lifted by another winners medal proven by his background antics in an interview during Dublin’s post-match celebrations.  Dublin manager Jim Gavin and captain Stephen Cluxton joined Michael Lyster to speak on another historic …

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Do You Agree With The Sunday Game’s Football Team Of The Year?

So, that’s it, another season down.  The 2017 championship has come to a halt and what a grand finale it was. The Dubs have retained Sam Maguire and in doing so, completing an historic three in a row to cement their place in the history books as one the all-time great teams. For Mayo, another year, another heartbreak. 66 years …

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