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Breaking: GAA Uphold One Match Suspension For Daniel Flynn

The GAA Central Hearings Committee have upheld a one-match suspesnion for Daniel Flynn after the Kildare sharpshooter received a straight red for a striking offence in their match against Galway. Kildare must now face into a trip to Killarney to play Kerry in their final game in the Super 8s without Flynn. He saw red after an off-the-ball clash with Sean …

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RTE To Provide Live Coverage Of All Three GAA Matches On Sunday

RTE had confirmed that they will show the All Ireland semi-final replay as well as two Super 8 matches on Sunday, across three different channels. At 2pm Galway and Clare go head-to-head once again for a chance to play Limerick in the All Ireland final, following their draw on Saturday. Scheduled for 3.30pm is the meeting of Dublin and Roscommon in the …

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McStay Accepts Three Month Ban Following Linesman Altercation

Roscommon manager Kevin McStay has accepted a three-month ban handed down by the Central Competition Controls Committee (CCCC). McStay was involved in an incident with linesman Niall Cullen during his side’s defeat to Donegal last Saturday, where he appeared to make physical contact with an official whilst protesting against a decision. Another flashpoint, again involving McStay and Cullen, occurred at half-time …

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Super 8 Power Rankings: Ulster Teams Climb The Ladder

After another busy weekend in the Super 8s, two teams are through to the semi-finals, two teams are out of contention while the rest are battling it out for the final spots. It’s all reflected in this week’s power rankings. 1 Dublin The All Ireland champions retain their top spot this week after they came away from Omagh with a …

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Late Clifford Goal Denies Monaghan A Historic Victory Over Kerry

Monaghan 1-17 Kerry 1-17 It looked as though Monaghan had recorded their first ever championship victory over Kerry this afternoon to leave them on the cusp of a place in the All Ireland semi-finals only for David Clifford to spoil their victory. Goalkeeper Rory Beggan and sharpshooter Conor McManus were the heroes for Malachy O’Rourke’s side but the 19-year-old stole the …

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Composed Galway Edge Past 14-Man Kildare In Newbridge Thriller

Kildare: 0-16 Galway: 0-19 Galway have all but booked their place in the All Ireland semi-final following a nervy two-point win over Cian O’Neill’s Kildare in a thrilling encounter in Newbridge the afternoon, effectively ending the home team’s season. The game was hanging in the balance until the influential Daniel Flynn was sent off in the 46th minute. Kildare still managed …

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