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Chaos Reigns In Tyrone As 6 See Red & Sean Cavanagh Hospitalised

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 27/8/2017 Dublin vs Tyrone Tyrone's Sean Cavanagh dejected after the game

Things turned ugly in the Tyrone Senior Championship matchup between Edendork and Moy. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more chaotic football match all year as Tyrone sides Edendork and Moy met in the first-round of the Tyrone Senior Championship. What should have been a relatively straight-forward seventy minutes of action quickly turned ugly as twenty players were shown yellow …

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Cork’s Martina O’Brien Taking Occasion In Her Stride

Being in Croke Park on All Ireland final day in September is a situation the Cork ladies footballers are well used to. This is their eighth final since 2011, having won the title on six occasions throughout that period.  But you won’t find any of the players taking the situation for granted, having experienced the heartbreak of missing out last …

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Dublin Captain Sinead Aherne Taking Nothing For Granted

Dublin have been earmarked as favourites to win Sunday’s All-Ireland senior ladies football final against Cork, however, captain Sinéad Aherne is taking nothing for granted. Mick Bohan’s team are aiming to retain the Brendan Martin Cup for the very first time in the country’s history, following previous successes in 2010 and 2017. Aherne is her side’s longest serving player and this …

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Report Card: Early Exit Cruel For Spirited Waterford

As an exhilarating inter-county season draws to a close, we issue each team with an end-of-season report card, discussing whether or not they fulfilled expectations. Next up, we review the season of the Waterford hurlers. _____ Team Waterford _____ Preseason Expectations Waterford began the season as All Ireland runners-up. They proved their resilience and determination throughout 2017 and it especially …

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Limerick Ladies Hoping To Continue Winning Momentum In County

Limerick ladies football manager, John Ryan has admitted that his side find themselves in “bonus territory” as they prepare to take on Louth in the All Ireland Junior Final on Sunday in Croke Park. The county has already experienced joy in Croke Park this summer, with their senior hurlers capturing the Liam MacCarthy Cup for the first time in 45 …

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Ciaran Kilkenny Produced Some Astonishing Passing Stats In 2018

The intercounty football championship is over for another season and for many counties, they will face a winter trying to figure out how to topple the Dubs in 2018.  Dublin steamrolled their way to a fourth successive All-Ireland title and it’s difficult to envisage anyone stopping them on their ‘Drive For Five’ in 2019. There were no shortage of top …

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Interesting Stats Emerge From Dublin And Limerick’s All-Ireland Triumph

It was another unforgettable summer of GAA, especially for Dublin and Limerick. Dublin’s dominance continued as they steamrolled to a fourth successive All Ireland senior football championship and the ‘Drive For Five’ will certainly be the focus in 2019 for Jim Gavin’s side. Limerick, meanwhile, ended the 45-year wait for an All-Ireland as the Liam MacCarthy cup finally returned to …

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Galway Pair & Limerick Star Nominated For Hurler Of The Year

Limerick’s Cian Lynch and Galway pair Joe Canning and Padraic Mannion have been nominated for 2018 Hurler of the Year.  Canning is aiming to retain his 2017 title and would be the first hurler to win the honour in two successive years. While this is Canning’s third nomination, it is the first time for both Mannion and Lynch, with the …

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