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PA All-Star Team: Vote For Your Hurling Goalkeeper Of The Year

Ahead of the All-Star awards on November 2nd, Pundit Arena are asking you to vote for who you think will make the lineup of both the hurling and football teams. In the first of the series, we are asking: Who will be crowned hurling goalkeeper of the year?  _____ Nominee: Nicky Quaid County: Limerick Credentials: His sublime intervention to prevent Seamus Harnedy from …

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Mayo County Board Appeal Leniency Of Suspension To Carnacon Players


The Mayo County board have voted heavily in favour of appealing the decision of the National Appeals Committee of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association to hand down a suspension to eight Carnacon players because they believe the original action taken was too lenient.  The LGFA suspended eight Carnacon players for four weeks and fined the club €500 as a consequence …

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Breaking: Peter Keane Confirmed As New Kerry Manager

Kerry GAA have confirmed that Peter Keane has been ratified as the new senior football manager after a county board meeting tonight.  Keane, who led the Kerry minors to three successive All Ireland minor football titles, will be joined by Donie Buckley, Maurice Fitzgerald, Tommy Griffin and James Foley. The management team have been ratified for a three-year term. Peter Keane …

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Club Roundup: Champions Dethroned While Ballygunner Make History

On a day when many were crowned champions, there were a number of major upsets around the country as the county club championships began to wind up. Back-to-back All Ireland champions, Cuala were beaten by two points by Anthony Daly’s Kilmacud Crokes. Crokes were 10 points up when a late Cuala rally left them sweating but the clock was against …

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James Horan Ratified For Four-Year Term As Mayo Manager

James Horan has been ratified by the Mayo county board after a meeting this evening. Horan managed the Mayo senior footballers between 2011 and 2014 and will take control once again, following in the footsteps of Stephen Rochford, who left the camp this year. The Ballintubber man managed to get Mayo into both the 2012 and 2013 All-Ireland finals where …

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Peter Keane Set To Be Named As New Kerry Manager

Peter Keane is reportedly set to take the reins in Kerry’s senior football team after it was announced that he will be confirmed into the role on Monday. Keane, 47, managed to lead the Kerry minor footballers to three successive All-Ireland titles and on the strength of his recent showings, now appears to be the man who will succeed Eamon …

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Philly McMahon Takes Up New Position With Dublin Camogie

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 28/8/2016 Dublin vs Kerry Dublin's Philly McMahon Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Six-time All-Ireland winner Philly McMahon has taken up a new role with Dublin Camogie, joining as the Head of Performance, with his company BeDo7 forming an exciting partnership with the set-up. McMahon, who won the latest of his six Sam Maguires in September, will oversee the strength and conditioning of all Dublin squads from U14 level up to senior, beginning his …

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Collins: New Rule Change Proposals May Require Second Referee

Clare football manager Colm Collins has welcomed the five proposed experimental rules but questioned whether can be enforced by just one referee. The GAA’s Standing Committee on the Playing Rules (SCPR) has outlined the five changes, including significant changes to kick-outs, handpassing and the mark. When feedback from managers and players is gathered, a decision on which proposals to put …

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