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Philly McMahon’s Autobiography ‘The Choice’ Wins Eir Sport Sports Book Of The Year 2017

Philly McMahon fought off some stiff competition to take home the Eir Sport Sports Book Of The Year 2017 gong on Tuesday.  The Dublin footballer’s autobiography ‘The Choice’ is a personal account beginning at Philly’s days growing up in Ballymun and focuses on the different choices he and his brother John made throughout the course of their youth which resulted …

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Dublin GAA Chief Lashes Into Reaction To All-Ireland Win

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Dublin won their third consecutive All-Ireland Football Championship in September, as Jim Gavin’s side ensured Sam Maguire would winter in the capital once again. While everyone rushed to acknowledge this remarkable achievement from an undoubtedly great team, there were criticisms in some quarters, berating financial and geographical advantages, as well as some cynical play. Today, Dublin GAA chief John Costello …

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Intercounty Hurling Is Returning Before New Years Eve This Year

The Munster Senior Hurling League fixtures have been announced. Winter and gaelic games aren’t always the best match, as was evidenced this weekend as the two highest profile games were postponed in Portlaoise and Ruislip. However, with the earlier start for the National Leagues in 2018, this pushes back the pre-season tournaments. Today, the Munster Senior Hurling League was launched, with only …

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Donegal Have Released Their New Jersey Ahead Of 2018

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Donegal face into the new year eager to banish the memories of last summer. After an Ulster semi-final hammering at the hands of Tyrone, the Tír Chonaill men then fell to Galway in the qualifiers, capping off an underwhelming championship campaign. Meanwhile, their hurlers lost to Monaghan in the quarter-final of the Nicky Rackard Cup. There is an air of change in …

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Cuala’s Schutte Putting Inter-County Future Decision On Hold

Leinster Senior Hurling Club Championship Final, O'Moore Park, Portlaoise, Co. Laois 4/12/2016 O'Loughlin Gaels vs Cuala Cuala's Oisin Gough, David Treacy and Paul Schutte lift the trophy Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Pat Gilroy is still unaware whether Paul Schutte will be available to him for selection as he enters his first season in charge of the Dublin hurlers in 2018.  The Cuala captain opted out of the inter-county setup last season under Ger Cunningham but has been in fine form for his club side as the Dalkey side look well on …

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The Leinster Club Football Final Has Been Rescheduled Due To Weather Conditions In Portlaoise

The Leinster club senior football final between Kildare champions Moorefield and Westmeath rulers St. Loman’s of Mullingar has been called off due to inclement weather conditions in Portlaoise. The game was supposed to take place at O’Moore Park today, but as was the case in much of the country, there was heavy snowfall in Portlaoise last night and the pitch …

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Dancing With The Stars Line-Up Features Some Of Ireland’s Best Sportspeople

Last year, Dancing With The Stars Ireland was one of RTÉ’s best productions, with Des Cahill and Aidan O’Mahony featuring amongst a cracking line-up. Last night, the 2018 show’s cast was unveiled, and it’s sure to be better again! The name that jumps out at sports fans straight away is broadcaster Marty Morrissey, with the Clareman sure to provide entertainment …

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