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Roscommon See Off Cavan In Goal-Fest To Win Division 2 Final

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Brian Barry reports from Croke Park as Roscommon were crowned Allianz Football League Division 2 champions, after beating Cavan 4-16 to 4-12. Cavan and Roscommon descended on Croke Park this afternoon, both eager to finish their Allianz League campaigns on a high. After winning promotion to Division 1 for 2019, the sides were aiming to head into summer with silverware under …

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Dublin And Galway Name Strong Teams For Allianz League Final

Ahead of tomorrow’s Allianz Football League Division 1 final between Dublin and Galway, hype is beginning to build. As the two standout teams from 2018 so far prepare to face off in Croke Park, both managers have shown their hands. After completing an unbeaten campaign, the Tribesmen have gone with the tried and tested, with Kevin Walsh keeping faith in …

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The Standout XV From The 2018 Allianz Football League

Ahead of the final of the Allianz Football Leagues this weekend, we look at the standout performers of the Division 1 campaign. Who do you think should make the team? 1. Rory Beggan (Monaghan) Remarkably, Monaghan only conceded one goal in seven games across the campaign. This is a stat which forms the backbone for their impressive third-place finish in …

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Jim Gavin Confirms Dublin Have Accepted A Ban For Jason Sherlock

Dublin selector Jason Sherlock found himself in hot water after last week’s Allianz National League clash against Galway, as he pushed Tribesmen player Barry McHugh. There was a great deal of speculation in the aftermath of the incident that he would be subject to an eight-week ban, and speaking after Dublin’s loss to Monaghan in Croke Park yesterday, Jim Gavin …

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“Heart And Soul Of Our Club Ripped Out.” – GAA Club Shocked At Devastating Metro Impact

Today, the emerging preferred route corridor and associated stations for Dublin’s new public transport project, Metrolink, was published. The new public transport system will link Swords and Dublin Airport with the city centre and will travel onto the existing Luas Green Line to the south of the city. However, although the project is well overdue and welcomed, it has come …

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Diarmuid Connolly Set For Temporary Spell Away From Dublin Footballers [Report]

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 28/8/2016 Dublin vs Kerry Dublin's Diarmuid Connolly celebrates after the game Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Diarmuid Connolly’s ongoing absence from the Dublin matchday team has left fans scratching their heads. Barring a 26-minute appearance against Mayo in Castlebar, the St Vincent’s clubman has been limited to brief cameos in blue since that game against Carlow last year. He returned from suspension in time for the Tyrone showdown in the All-Ireland semi-final last August, but was only …

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