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Dublin GAA Chief Lashes Into Reaction To All-Ireland Win

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Dublin won their third consecutive All-Ireland Football Championship in September, as Jim Gavin’s side ensured Sam Maguire would winter in the capital once again. While everyone rushed to acknowledge this remarkable achievement from an undoubtedly great team, there were criticisms in some quarters, berating financial and geographical advantages, as well as some cynical play. Today, Dublin GAA chief John Costello …

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The Leinster Club Football Final Has Been Rescheduled Due To Weather Conditions In Portlaoise

The Leinster club senior football final between Kildare champions Moorefield and Westmeath rulers St. Loman’s of Mullingar has been called off due to inclement weather conditions in Portlaoise. The game was supposed to take place at O’Moore Park today, but as was the case in much of the country, there was heavy snowfall in Portlaoise last night and the pitch …

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A Tyrone Legend And Down All-Ireland Winner Are Plotting Corofin’s Downfall In Club Championship

A Tyrone legend is looking to break the hearts of Galway and Connacht champions Corofin in Sunday’s All-Ireland club SFC quarter-final. Fulham Irish will be looking for a historic win over the Connacht kingpins in Ruislip – and former Tyrone star Owen Mulligan will be a key part of their plan. Mulligan has achieved great things with the Red Hand …

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The Draws For The Fitzgibbon And Sigerson Cups Have Been Made

The draws have been made for the 2018 Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cup competitions for next season with some intriguing clashes in store. St Mary’s College are defending Sigerson Cup champions and they take on the University of Ulster, Jordanstown in the first round. The premier higher level education football competition is played on a straight knock-out basis with ten of the best college …

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The Dublin County Championship Team Of The Year Is Littered With Talent


Following a thoroughly entertaining Dublin Senior Football Championship this year, St Vincent’s were crowned champions with a win over Ballymun Kickhams in the final. After the excellent coverage by eir Sport of the games, we were treated to some crackers at Parnell Park. While Rathnew shocked the northside club in the Leinster Championship, it was still a groundbreaking year for the …

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