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Laois Footballers Accused Of Drinking At Fiery County Board Meeting

As the business end of the Gaelic football championship approaches, the number of teams falling by the wayside in pursuit of All-Ireland glory is increasing.  One such county is Laois. Laois’ season came to a disappointingly tame end when they were hammered at the hands of Clare in the second round of the qualifiers. In truth, that ten-point loss to …

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Cathal McCarron Lays Out Tyrone’s Goal For The Rest Of The Year

Tyrone

Tyrone beat Down yesterday to successfully defend an Ulster title for the first time since 2010, and now look to push on in the All-Ireland series. Having fallen to Mayo after their provincial triumph 12 months ago, Mickey Harte’s side will be eager to push on and bring their Ulster form to Croke Park. However, they are certainly taking stock …

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Liam Kearns To Make Decision On Tipperary Future Following Armagh Loss

Tipperary bowed out of the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship after a narrow two-point loss to Armagh on Saturday in Thurles. The defeat marked the end of Liam Kearns’ two-year term in charge of The Premier County, and the question now must be asked, where to for both parties? Kearns has brought the level of Tipp football to soaring new heights …

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Jim Gavin Unhappy With Croke Park Surface After Coldplay Concert

GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final 6/8/2016 Dublin vs Donegal Dublin's Jim Gavin Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Lorraine OÕSullivan

Dublin cruised to their seventh Leinster SFC crown in a row with a nine-point victory over Kildare on Sunday.  The Dubs remain on track for three All-Ireland titles in a row and nobody will begrudge them the favourite tag to retain their crown. 21-year-old full-forward, Con O’Callaghan highlighted the never ending conveyor belt of talent at the disposal of Jim …

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Five Takeaways From Cracking Weekend Of Gaelic Football Action

football GAA Ulster Final Down Tyrone

With 12 teams left in the running for the Sam Maguire Cup, we take stock after what was an absorbing weekend of gaelic football action. Top teams flex muscle Tyrone and Dublin were expected to cruise through their provincial finals, and while they both won with somewhat comfort by the looks of the scoreboard, neither had it all their own …

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Watch: Daniel Flynn Scores Contender For Point Of The Championship

Kildare Daniel Flynn

What a score from Daniel Flynn! Dublin and Kildare are facing off in the Leinster final, as Jim Gavin’s side bid for a seventh consecutive provincial crown. While Kildare were fancied by some following their emphatic victory over Meath in the semi-final, but the Dubs are another level, as they raced into a 2-03 to 0-01. However, Cian O’Neill’s side fought …

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