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Everything You Need To Know About Monday’s Round 4 Qualifier Draw

There was no shortage of drama on Saturday as the Round 3 Qualifier fixtures threw up some entertaining spectacles.  Kildare’s defeat of Mayo and Armagh’s late triumph over Clare were the highlights of Saturday’s action while Monaghan and Tyrone took care of Leitrim and Cavan, respectively. Those four winners, in addition to the four defeated provincial finalists, will make up Monday …

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Sligo Overcome Donegal In The Michael Feery Cup Decider


Sligo saw off the challenge of Donegal in Tullamore to claim the Michael Feery Cup on Bank of Ireland Celtic Challenge finals day. Sligo made the perfect start to proceedings and had raced into a 1-02 lead in the opening stages, but Donegal soon found their way back into the match and began putting some points on the board. Liam O’Doherty put …

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Galway McDonagh Sweep East Cork Aside To Win The Michael Hogan Cup

Galway McDonagh claimed victory in the second Celtic Challenge Cup final of the afternoon, defeating a dogged East Cork side. With a 20-minute delay due to the preceding final, the pressure was ramped up in the Tullamore heat ahead of the second decider of the day, the Michael Hogan Cup between the aforementioned Rebels and Galway McDonagh. East Cork were unlucky …

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West Cork Edge South Tipperary After Classic In Tullamore

It took extra time to separate West Cork and South Tipperary in the first final of Saturday’s BOI Celtic Challenge as the southern county emerged 2-17 to 1-19 winners.  At the end of normal time, both sides couldn’t be separated although South Tipperary will feel that they should have done better towards the end of the 60 minutes as they …

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Kerry U20s Claim Second Straight Munster Title At Cork’s Expense

The Kerry U20s claimed another victim in the final of the EirGrid Football Under 20 Munster Championship. Kerry’s route to the final was comprehensive beyond belief. They hammered Limerick 1-30 to five points in the quarters, before a 3-22 to one point demolition of Waterford. Conversely, while Cork soundly beat Tipperary 1-20 to 0-8, the semis saw them toil to a …

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