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Sligo Appoint New Senior Football Manager

With most counties beginning their preparations for the 2018 season, Sligo have finally put a new manager in place ahead of the coming year. After Niall Carew announced his departure in September, the Yeats County had to begin the search for a new bainisteoir. That search is finally over as Tyrone native Cathal Corey has been named as the new …

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‘Unacceptable And Unfair’ – Sacked Galway Camogie Boss Furious With Treatment From County Board

Former Galway camogie manager Mark Dunne was relieved of his position this week – and he has responded with a hard-hitting statement slamming the board. Despite reaching an All-Ireland semi-final, where they were narrowly beaten by Cork, Dunne has been told his services are no longer required. The reason given was that a member of his backroom team, Niall Corcoran, …

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Donal Óg Cusack Has Reportedly Left His Role As Clare Hurling Coach

Donal Óg Cusack Clare

It has been reported that Donal Óg Cusack’s time as coach and selector with the Clare hurlers has come to an end.  The former All-Star goalkeeper is supposed to have made management team Donal Moloney and Gerry O’Connor aware of his decision to step away from his role, with the news expected to be confirmed at a Clare County Board …

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Frank Murphy’s Reign As Cork County Board Secretary Extended

In news coming out of the Cork County Board’s delegate meeting tonight, Frank Murphy’s reign as secretary on the board is set to continue into its 46th year.  This will come as a shock to most followers of Cork GAA as just a matter of weeks ago it had been widely reported that Murphy was finally prepared to step down …

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Shane Dowling’s Approach To Practising Frees Is Refreshing To Hear

Shane Dowling was at the launch of the AIB club hurling championship today and the Na Piarsaigh club hurler gave a great insight into what makes him tick.  Dowling is preparing for his club’s clash against Blackrock of Cork in the Munster semi-final in just two weeks and he is really enjoying being in and amongst his club peers as they …

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Scotland Defeat Ireland In Annual Hurling/Shinty Fixture

Ireland’s selection of hurlers came up short against Scotland’s shinty players on Saturday afternoon in Inverness.  The Scots won out on a scoreline of 2-12 to 0-15 in the annual hurling/shinty fixture. It was those two goals which proved crucial to the outcome at Bught Park, with just three points separating the sides at the end of the game. Kevin …

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