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Super 8 Preview: Dubs To Prevail In Battle With Donegal

Leinster GAA Senior Football Championship Final, Croke Park, Dublin 24/6/2018 Dublin vs Laois Dublin's Jack McCaffrey celebrates with The Delaney Cup

What: All Ireland Championship Football Quarter Finals – Phase 1 (Group 2) Who: Dublin v Donegal Where: Croke Park, Dublin When: Saturday, July 14th at 7pm Odds: Dublin 1/7    Draw 14/1        Donegal 11/2   With the Anglo-Celt Cup accounted for, it feels as if Donegal football is back on the right track. They have been impressively efficient in their four Ulster Championship games and produced …

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Super 8 Preview: Tyrone’s Experience To Tell Against Roscommon

All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Qualifiers Round 4, O'Moore Park, Co. Laois 7/7/2018 Cork vs Tyrone Tyrone's Connor McAliskey celebrates after scoring his sides opening goal

What: All Ireland Championship Football Quarter Finals – Phase 1 (Group 2) Who: Tyrone v Roscommon Where: Croke Park, Dublin When: Saturday, July 14th at 5pm Odds: Tyrone 2/5    Draw 8/1    Roscommon 11/4   The three-year trial that is the Super 8s will begin in earnest at Croke Park on Saturday evening with the meeting of Tyrone and Roscommon. Mickey Harte’s Tyrone side have become the …

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Kilkenny And Limerick Name Teams For Sunday’s Crunch Quarter-Final

Kilkenny and Limerick have named their respective sides ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland Senior Hurling quarter-final at Semple Stadium (throw-in 2 pm).  Brian Cody has made two changes to the side who lost to Galway in the Leinster Hurling final replay. Cody has brought in Colin Fennelly and Martin Keoghan to replace Walter Walsh and John Donnelly. This means there is no …

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Watch: Harry Redknapp’s GAA Managerial Debut

The first episode of AIB’s eagerly anticipated new series, The Toughest Rivalry, airs today. The series introduces renowned Premier League Manager Harry Redknapp and former Sampdoria, Juventus and Italy striker, manager and World Footballer of the Year in 1995, Gianluca Vialli to the culture of GAA in Ireland. Both Premier League powerhouses will take charge of two rival GAA clubs. …

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Damien Comer On Losing Interest In Football Before Becoming A Champion

2016 Connacht Championship winner Damien Comer spoke in a recent interview and explained how he fell out of love with the sport during his Leaving Cert. Damien Comer of Annaghdown reached a new peak in his career when he captured the 2016 Connacht Championship with Galway and with the beginning of the Super Eights looming, he gave an interview in which …

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Opinion: LGFA & Camogie Association Fixture Mess Screwing Dual Players

Lauren Guilfoyle speaks passionately about her frustrations at the recent fixture issues between the LGFA and Camogie Association. Another year, another fixture issue. What’s that Albert Einstein quote? “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result”. Well, for the fourth summer in a row, we’ve had the same result. The unassuming announcement of …

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The Hottest GAA Stories From A Huge Week Of Action

After a week which saw a mass Mayo exodus, a Canning controversy and the Super 8s lineup completed let’s take a look at some of the hottest GAA stories from the past seven days. _____ 1) Up To 10 Players Walk Out On Mayo Ladies Team One of the biggest stories of the week in all of Irish sports, ten …

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Mayo LGFA Release Statement Following Player Walkout

Mayo LGFA have released a statement following the news earlier in the week that up to 10 of their senior players walked out on the squad. In the statement, Mayo LGFA outlined how they are “acutely aware of the critical importance of player welfare” and that it is “fundamental to all coaching and management structures.” According to a report in …

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