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Former Dublin Star Believes Mayo Will Still Provide The Biggest Challenge To Their Fourth All-Ireland

Coman Goggins, the former Dublin all-star, believes that Mayo will still be the biggest threat to their fourth consecutive All-Ireland victory. Mayo’s league campaign this time around saw them achieve survival by the skin of their teeth but despite the heights they’ve managed to reach in past years, one ex-Dublin star believes they still have all of the necessary ingredients …

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Brian Cody Rubbishes Doubts Which Surrounded Kilkenny In Late January

Allianz Hurling League Division 1A Final, Nowlan Park, Kilkenny 8/4/2018 Kilkenny vs Tipperary Kilkenny's manager Brian Cody during the second half Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Kilkenny are back. There’s no need to whisper. They bellowed it yesterday afternoon themselves with a dominant second-half display. TJ Reid, Walter Walsh and Paddy Deegan led the line as the Cats were crowned Allianz Hurling League champions. After two games, there were suggestions that change was needed at the helm of Kilkenny. Fast-forward two months and Brian Cody is …

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TJ Reid Masterclass Sees Kilkenny Power Past Tipperary In League Final

Kilkenny

Brian Barry reports from Nowlan Park as Kilkenny were crowned Allianz Hurling League Division 1 champions with a 2-23 to 2-17 win over Tipperary. Kilkenny vs Tipperary. Packed house. Silverware on the line. It doesn’t get much bigger for April hurling. This was not a March Saturday night game as was originally determined by the much-maligned master fixture list, but …

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Reported Ticket Interest In Mayo Vs Galway Is Already Through The Roof

Galway Mayo

With the 2018 Allianz Football League consigned to history, counties’ preparations are gathering pace in the run-up to the summer. Undoubtedly the standout football tie for the month of April is in Connacht. Last year’s All-Ireland finalists Mayo face off against the beaten League finalists Galway in a mouthwatering clash in Castlebar. Galway have beaten their neighbours the last two summers, …

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