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Champions Survive A Scare And All The Harty Cup Quarter-Final Results

The four quarter-finals of the Dr Harty Cup took place this Wednesday afternoon as the premier competition in second-level hurling in Munster whittled itself down to just four teams. The last three champions – Tipperary duo Our Lady’s, Templemore and Thurles CBS, as well as Ardscoil Ris of Limerick – were all in action across the province. Defending Harty and …

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Boost For Dublin Hurlers As Ex-Dual Star Returns To Panel

Pat Gilroy and the Dublin hurlers have had a solid start to 2018 scoring eight goals in Walsh Cup wins over Meath and Antrim.  While the standard of opposition will improve in the knock-out stages of that competition, as well as in the upcoming league and championship campaigns, the squad were given a boost this Wednesday with the return of …

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Jim McGuinness Leaves Role In China With Eyes On A Post In European Football

Jim McGuinness has left his role as assistant coach at Beijing Sinobo Guoa with immediate effect. Despite signing a two-and-a-half-year contract with the Chinese capital side last June, the Donegal native has called time on his brief stint in Asia. McGuinness had been working under former Bayer Leverkusen and Red Bull Salzburg coach Roger Schmidt in Beijing as he still cuts …

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Waterford County Board Chairman Confirms Venue For Home Munster Championship Games


Following the announcement that the Munster and Leinster Hurling Championships will be played in a round-robin format in 2018, there has been speculation as to the suitability of Walsh Park in Waterford. While the likes of Semple Stadium, Gaelic Grounds and Páirc Uí Chaoimh are well equipped to host Munster Championship games, there were doubts over whether Walsh Park would …

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Eight Ladies Football League Ties Confirmed As Double-Headers With Men’s Games

Dublin Mayo Ladies Gaelic Football

Following the success of the record-breaking attendance of 46,286 at last year’s Ladies Football All-Ireland final between Dublin and Mayo, the LGFA are eager to draw even more support. Ahead of the National Leagues, eight fixtures have been paired up with men’s League games, including two ties at Croke Park. All-Ireland champions Dublin will face Cork at HQ on February …

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