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Former Mayo Boss James Horan Is Back In Management

While he has been best known as a pundit over the last few years, there is little doubt that on the sideline is where James Horan belongs. The Mayo man led his county to the All-Ireland final in both 2012 and 2013 but, like is so often the case with the Connacht men, they fell just short on both occasions. …

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Cork Goalkeeper Announces Retirement From Intercounty Football

Munster GAA Football Senior Championship Final, Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney, Kerry 5/7/2015 Kerry vs Cork Cork Goalkeeper Ken O'Halloran celebrates their first goal Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

The Cork footballers will need a new net-minder in 2018, after it has been confirmed that Ken O’Halloran has called it a day. The Bishopstown clubman has been the number one choice in recent years, after sitting behind Alan Quirke in 2010 when the Rebels won the All-Ireland title. Cork have struggled in recent years to hit those heights, not …

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Henry Shefflin Has Taken His First Step Into Management

Henry Shefflin is up there with the most decorated hurlers in history. The Ballyhale Shamrocks clubman made 71 championship appearances for Kilkenny, scoring 27-484 along the way, and winning 10 All-Ireland titles. ‘The King’ is believed by many to be the greatest player to ever grace a hurling field, as he led the scoring for the great Cats teams under …

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