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Mickey Harte Has Added A Tyrone Legend To His Backroom Team

Ahead of the 2018 season, Mickey Harte is putting the final preparations to his backroom team before Tyrone’s Dr McKenna Cup campaign. The Red Hand experienced a heartbreaking end to what looked a hugely promising 2017 season. After a dominant march to an Ulster title, they saw off Armagh with ease to set up an All-Ireland semi-final with Dublin. The hammering …

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Galway Stalwart Announces Retirement From Intercounty Hurling

GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 14/8/2016 Tipperary vs Galway Galway's Cyril Donnellan Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Galway stalwart Cyril Donnellan has called time on his intercounty hurling career. The 32-year-old Padraig Pearses clubman was a key member of the Galway panel over the last 10 years, helping the Tribesmen to two All-Ireland finals before they got over the line in 2017. A Fitzgibbon Cup winner in 2005, Donnellan went on to make 35 championship appearances with the …

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Tyrone Have Launched Their New Jersey Ahead Of The 2018 Season

Tyrone have launched their new jersey ahead of the 2018 season. 2017 provided a mixed bag of fortunes for Tyrone on the field. They successfully defended their Ulster championship title and comfortably overcame Armagh at the All-Ireland quarter-final stage. It appeared as though the Red Hand outfit were primed and more equipped than anyone else in the country to test …

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Former Down Star Marty Clarke To Join Cavan U20 Coaching Team

Marty Clarke GAA All Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final 31/7/2010 Down Martin Clarke Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Down star Marty Clarke is not long out of the game, after retiring from club action earlier this year. A 2010 All-Ireland finalist with the Mourne County, he had two stints Down Under to pursue an Aussie Rules career with Collingwood. It was during his second spell in Australia that Clarke was diagnosed with Addison’s Disease. As a result, at the …

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Anthony Daly Is Back In Management As He Returns To Dublin To Take Over Kilmacud Crokes

Anthony Daly

Former Clare and Dublin manager Anthony Daly is headed back to the capital to take over Kilmacud Crokes. The two-time All-Ireland winning captain is well regarded in Dublin, having led the county to League and Leinster titles. He takes over from fellow Banner native Ollie Baker, who stepped away from the role after Crokes’ county final loss to Cuala. Daly …

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