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This Heartwarming Letter Sent To Chrissy McKaigue Is Blowing Up On Twitter

What the GAA is all about… On Thursday, Derry and Slaughtneil football star Chrissy McKaigue shared a heart-warming letter on social media. While everyone in the Derry hamlet is focussed on Saturday’s All-Ireland club semi-final against Nemo Rangers of Cork, the centre back tweeted out the letter which was sent by the friend of a Donegal GAA stalwart who recently …

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Slaughtneil’s Karl McKaigue Proud Of Outrageous Defensive Stat


Slaughtneil star Karl McKaigue speaks ahead of the AIB All-Ireland Club Championship semi-final. Slaughtneil head for the AIB All-Ireland Championship semi-final on Sunday eager to finally deliver the big one on St Patrick’s Day. The Derry club have lost two finals in the last three years, but have come back through Ulster once again as they aim to go all …

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Footage Shows That Monaghan’s Barry Kerr Could Be Hit With A Lengthy Ban

Monaghan defeated Kerry today in their rearranged Allianz National Football third round clash to go level on four points alongside the Kingdom. The 1-13 to 0-14 win puts them within touching distance of pace-setters Dublin and Galway as the table begins to take shape ahead of next weekend’s round 4 action. In a hotly contested clash against Éamonn Fitzmaurice’s Kingdom, the …

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All The Results From The Weekend’s National League Fixtures

Hurling took centre stage this weekend in the Allianz National Leagues, however, there was also a number of big ball fixtures around the country. Limerick and Tipperary were able to put their feet up on Sunday after they won their Saturday evening clashes. Elsewhere, Laois defeated Antrim in Division 1B. On Sunday, a scintillating first half performance saw Clare come …

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All The Big Results From Saturday’s GAA Games


It was a bumper weekend of GAA action on Saturday, with three Allianz National Hurling League games down for decision, as well as the Sigerson Cup final, All-Ireland Club Football Championship semi-final and more. The big tie of the day was in Thurles, as Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford side attempted to maintain their 100% start to 2018 against Tipperary, but a …

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Watch: People Are Incensed With Corofin Red Card Decision


Corofin and Moorefield are facing off today in Tullamore with a place at Croke Park on St Patrick’s Day at stake. The Galway outfit were hot favourites to progress, but that changed within two minutes of throw-in, as they were reduced to 14 men. Michael Farragher was given his marching orders for a relatively innocuous looking challenge, which most felt …

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