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Police Issue Warning Over Ticket Scam Ahead Of All-Ireland Final

GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 3/9/2017 Galway vs Waterford A view of fans looking for tickets Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Oisin Keniry

With the All-Ireland football final just over a week away, the ticket scramble is intensifying. With Mayo chasing their first title since 1951, hype in the county is hitting fever pitch, while Dublin’s success in recent years has ensured a rise in their popularity as fans face a rush to secure a spot in Croke Park on Sunday week. Unfortunately, …

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Jackie Tyrrell Names The Toughest Opponent He Ever Came Up Against

GAA All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 4/9/2016 Kilkenny vs Tipperary A dejected Jackie Tyrrell of Kilkenny after the game Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

Jackie Tyrrell has had a glittered hurling career, winning nine All-Ireland titles and picking up four All-Star awards in the process. The James Stephens clubman this week released his autobiography, The Warrior’s Code, telling his story. One excerpt which stole the headlines in recent days has been his description of the battles with Tipperary, and how the Premier “hadn’t the balls” …

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Limerick And Kilkenny Name Fearsome Sides For U21 Final

Bord Gáis Energy GAA Hurling U21 Munster Final, Gaelic Grounds, Limerick 26/7/2017 Limerick vs Cork Limerick's Cian Lynch celebrates after the game Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Tommy Dickson

Limerick and Kilkenny head to Thurles tomorrow evening to decide the U-21 All-Ireland Championship. The Treaty and the Cats have marched through their respective provincial championships as they face off for a repeat of the 2014 minor final. Limerick won out against Tipperary, Clare and Cork in Munster, as the Rebels gave them their sternest test. They then overcame Galway …

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Marc Ó Sé Thinks Kerry Weren’t Good Enough In 2017 But There’s Only One Man To Guide Them Forward

Marc Ó Sé

Despite the huge promise following their League victory, Kerry failed to back it up this summer as they exited the Championship at the semi-final stage after a loss to Mayo. The Kingdom must now lick their wounds following a disappointing summer, as manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice attempts to strike a right balance for 2018. Former Kerry star Marc Ó Sé was …

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Sligo Senior Football Manager Niall Carew Steps Down From Role

Sligo Niall Carew

Sligo are hunting for a new football manager after Niall Carew has resigned from the role. Carew has overseen the Yeats County for three years, but will not return in 2018. This summer brought with it a mixed bag, with two wins and two losses. While many were predicting an upset, Sligo travelled to Gaelic Park in New York for …

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Jackie Tyrrell: Tipperary Hadn’t The Balls To Take Us On Man For Man

Jackie Tyrrell Tipperary Kilkenny

Jackie Tyrrell’s autobiography looks like a cracker. As the buzz of the All-Ireland final dies down, hurling fans head into the winter as they look forward to the new season. Last night in the Langton House Hotel in Kilkenny, Jackie Tyrrell launched his autobiography, The Warrior’s Code, which will be sure to fill the void left by on-field action in …

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Is Mickey Harte Quickly Becoming Gaelic Football’s Arsene Wenger?

Allianz Football League Division 1, Healy Park, Omagh, Co. Tyrone 12/3/2017 Tyrone vs Cavan Tyrone manager Mickey Harte Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Presseye/Lorcan Doherty

The All-Ireland semi-final which took place between Dublin and Tyrone was a travesty for Gaelic football. It displayed the gulf in class between Dublin and the rest of the country in stark terms. Dublin dismantled a hapless Tyrone team which were beaten into submission by a team brimming with attacking inventiveness married with a ravenous hunger when out of possession of …

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Watch: Wexford Teenage Sensation’s Goal In Club Match Is As Good A Strike As You’ll See


18-year-old St Martins and Wexford, Rory O’Connor, is certainly making a name for himself.  A brother of the current Wexford Senior midfielder Jack O’Connor, a nephew of the great George O’Connor and the son of All-Ireland winner John O’Connor, it’s certainly in the blood. This year Rory highlighted his ability on a completely new level though, as he has dominated at …

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Anthony Daly States He Has Not Been Contacted About Dublin Job

Anthony Daly

Since Ger Cunningham has resigned as Dublin hurling manager, there has been great speculation as to a potential successor. The Corkonian left after an underwhelming three seasons in the capital, as the Boys in Blue look to make their way back to the sport’s top table. Several names have been thrown about for the job, including Cuala’s All-Ireland winning manager …

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