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Boost For Clare As Shanagher Returns For Galway Semi-Final Clash

Clare have received a huge boost ahead of Saturday’s All Ireland hurling semi-final against Galway in Croke Park with the news that Aron Shanagher has returned to the matchday squad.  Shanagher suffered a cruciate knee injury before Clare travelled to Boston for the Fenway Classic back in November and the young forward will add another string to the bow of …

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The Forecast: When Is Katie Taylor’s Fight And Details Of All Irish Sport This Weekend

We’re set for another bumper weekend of sport.  All Ireland hurling semi-finals, Katie Taylor’s defence of her IBF/WBA titles, the Irish Life Health Track & Field Championships…there is plenty to get your teeth stuck into this weekend. Here, we provide you with everything you need to know for another bumper weekend of Irish sport, in association with the RNLI. Thursday:  …

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Reports: Seamus Harnedy A Major Doubt For Semi-Final Clash With Limerick

Cork captain, Seamus Harnedy has emerged as an injury doubt ahead of Sunday’s All Ireland semi-final clash against Limerick, according to the Irish Independent.  The paper is reporting that the 28-year-old suffered a hamstring injury in a recent challenge game against the U21 side. The St Ita’s man has been in sensational form for the Rebel county this season, scoring 1-4 …

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McStay Accepts Three Month Ban Following Linesman Altercation

Roscommon manager Kevin McStay has accepted a three-month ban handed down by the Central Competition Controls Committee (CCCC). McStay was involved in an incident with linesman Niall Cullen during his side’s defeat to Donegal last Saturday, where he appeared to make physical contact with an official whilst protesting against a decision. Another flashpoint, again involving McStay and Cullen, occurred at half-time …

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Funding Scheme For Camogie & Ladies Football Announced For 2018

Details of the second year of the Government Funding Scheme for Camogie and Ladies Gaelic Football intercounty teams have been announced with an increase in funding to all successful applicants. This has coincided with an initial evaluation report on the scheme which has reported significant positive impacts for players, managers and county board officials. Over €500,000 in funding will be …

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Breaking: GAA Release Statement Following “Constructive” Meeting With Miller Organisers

The GAA have this afternoon released a statement on the Liam Miller testimonial game following a meeting between the two parties. A meeting took place today between the GAA and members of the Organising Committee of the Liam Miller Tribute Match. This meeting involved the GAA’s Director General and Uachtarán and the Chairperson and Secretary of the Cork County Committee. …

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