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Five Talking Points After A Mammoth GAA Weekend

After an action-packed weekend of county championship action, 17 clubs from all over Ireland are celebrating winning their local titles. There was heartbreak and ecstasy, joy, drama and no little action the county championships come to a conclusion – and the provincial championships commence. And while there is no occasion like an All-Ireland final in Croke Park, there is a lot to …

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Report: Offaly Have A New Senior Hurling Manager

Three months after Kevin Ryan left the post of Offaly senior hurling manager, the county board have found his replacement, according to reports coming out of the Midlands county on Sunday night. However, according to Offaly officials, the appointment of former Faithful hurler Kevin Martin is subject to ratification at the next County Committee meeting. This process is expected to …

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All The Results From A Hectic Weekend Of County Finals

In the busiest weekend of local finals to date, a massive 19 county titles were down for decision in the last 24 hours. The TG4 televised games were the highest profile clashes with Na Piarsaigh taking hurling honours in Limerick, while St Finbarrs and Nemo will have to do it again to determine the football kingpins of Cork. There were …

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Awesome Na Piarsaigh Cruise To Limerick SHC Glory With Impressive Win Over Kilmallock

2016 All-Ireland champions Na Piarsaigh won their second Limerick SHC title in three years after Sunday’s 1-22 to 2-14 victory over Kilmallock. Inspired by county attackers Shane Dowling and Kevin Downes, they earned a spot in the Munster SHC semi-final – where they will play Cork representatives Blackrock on November 5. However, given the nature of this performance, the Limerick …

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Marc Ó Sé Highlights One Major Flaw In Splitting Dublin In Two


Sam Maguire is heading into another winter on the banks of the Liffey, after Dublin completed a clinical three-in-a-row this summer. Naturally, talk has led to some sections supporting an unlikely split in the county. There are countless plausible counter-arguments to such a proposal. Why would the Dublin footballers be handicapped and not the Kilkenny hurlers when they were in …

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Watch: Diarmuid Connolly Was Given The Special Attention He Is Used To With Dublin In Club Game

With all eyes on the Dublin Senior Football Championship semi-finals this evening thanks to Eir Sport’s live TV coverage from Parnell Park, there was talent aplenty on display.  Ballymun Kickhams overcame Kilmacud Crokes in the opening encounter of the tasty double header to book their place in the final. Whenever St. Vincent’s take the field there is one man who …

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