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GAA: Clare And Tipperary Show The Confidence To Create History

Clare and Tipperary both created history yesterday as both counties qualified for their first ever All-Ireland quarter-final. Clare defeated Roscommon by six points in Salthill as they out-classed a tired Roscommon side. In Breffni Park, Tipperary produced a stunning comeback to see off the challenge of Damien Barton’s Derry side. At the start of the season, both sides wouldn’t have …

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Twitter Reacts To Clare’s Win Over Roscommon

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifiers Round 4A, Pearse Stadium, Salthill, Galway 23/7/2016 Clare vs Roscommon Clare's Podge Collins celebrates with his father and team manager Colm and his mother Katherine Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Clare continued their phenomenal football championship run with a fully deserved win over Roscommon yesterday. Clare have now qualified for the quarter-finals of the All-Ireland Football Championship and here is how the public reacted. Great result for Clare! Would hate to be a Rossie today ….. Or any day really! #Dissapointment #GAA — Fionán Duffy (@FDuffy15) July 23, 2016 ANOTHER …

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Wexford Are Not Dunne With 2016 Just Yet

It is nine weeks since the Wexford hurlers were defeated by Dublin in Croke Park and knocked out of the Leinster Championship, but the Yellow Bellies now find themselves ready for an All-Ireland quarter-final. Leaving GAA HQ on that horribly wet evening, not many Wexford supporters were in high spirits at the prospect of the qualifiers. The small attendance in Innovate …

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All-Ireland Final A Realistic Target For The Galway Footballers

After winning the Connacht title for the first time since 2008, the Galway footballers can realistically target a spot in this September’s All-Ireland final. Situated on a tough route to the September showdown, Galway will face either Derry, Tipperary or Clare in their quarter-final tie, with those Round 4a qualifiers to be played tomorrow. Galway will fancy their chances in a clash …

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PA GAA Predictions – 23/24 July

Clare Galway Hurling

The number of games are lessening as we approach the business end of the GAA season. There are four games this weekend; two football on Saturday with two hurling on Sunday. We have not gotten all of our calls right so far, but some decent tips have come in. We do our best again for this weekend. Saturday Football Roscommon …

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Why Sunday’s Hurling Quarter-Final Is Galway’s To Lose

Leinster GAA Senior Hurling Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 3/7/2016 Kilkenny vs Galway Kilkenny's Michael Fennelly and Davey Glennon of Galway Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Galway get their first shot at redemption after losing the Leinster Hurling Final to Kilkenny. Clare is a relatively tough draw and here we discuss how we think they will perform on Sunday. Galway’s game with Kilkenny was a classic clichéd game of two halves. They dominated the first 35 minutes and made Kilkenny look as average as they have …

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Power Rankings: The Five Hurling Best Goalkeepers Since 2000

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Since 2000, there have been many great hurling goalkeepers who minded the nets of their beloved county. Here at Pundit Arena HQ, we have shortlisted what we believe to be the top five goalkeepers since 2000. 5.PJ Ryan (Kilkenny) PJ Ryan makes the list ahead of former-team mate James McGarry, Ryan wasn’t around for long but when he was present between …

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Three Things Waterford Must Do On Sunday

This is a huge game for Waterford. The Munster final was a massive setback for them. They went from being genuine All-Ireland contenders to being in the exact same position as last year. If anything, they have a bigger hole to dig themselves out of this Sunday. Here we identify three things that the Déise must do on Sunday. Regardless …

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