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Mourneabbey End All-Ireland Heartbreak With Victory Over Fox-Cab

Mourneabbey 1-13 Foxrock-Cabinteely 1-7 _____ Driven on by the heartbreak of final defeats in three out of the past four seasons, Mourneabbey were finally crowned All-Ireland Ladies Senior Club Football champions with an emphatic triumph over Foxrock-Cabinteely at Parnell Park. The Cork outfit came up short in the 2014, 2015 and 2017 deciders, but with Doireann O’Sullivan (0-6) in outstanding form …

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McCaffrey: “When We Cross The White Line We’ll Kill You”

All-Ireland winning Dublin star Jack McCaffrey has outlined how his side will do “whatever it takes to win on the pitch” but has hit out at the critics of the current Dubs group. McCaffrey put in a man of the match performance as Dublin picked up their fourth consecutive All-Ireland crown, defeating Tyrone by six points in Sunday’s final at …

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Brogan Outlines Key Battle For “Hardened” Tyrone Ahead Of Final

Ex-Dublin forward Alan Brogan has identified a key battle that he feels could swing Sunday’s All-Ireland final between Dublin and Tyrone at Croke Park. Speaking at the Family SportFest launch midweek Brogan explained that Ciaran Kilkenny could be a gamechanger for the Dubs and Tyrone’s success could depend on midfielder Padraig Hampsey’s battle with the Castleknock man. Kilkenny has been …

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Tyrone Name Team To Face Dublin In All-Ireland Final

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 5/8/2017 Tyrone vs Armagh Tyrone manager Mickey Harte

Tyrone have officially named the fifteen men who will attempt to achieve the upset in Sunday’s All-Ireland football final. They sprung it on us in the late hours of Thursday night but with us now just a matter of days from their meeting with Dublin on Sunday, Mickey Harte has named his team. Making just one change from the side …

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Watch: Shane Dowling’s Post-Match Speech Is An Instant Classic

Emotions were running high at Croke Park this evening as Limerick managed to record their first All-Ireland win since 1973. There’ll be some serious celebrations amongst their support tonight and perhaps even for the next week or two, that’s for sure! It really has been a frustrating time for Limerick’s hurlers, who, like manager John Kiely pointed out, have consistently found …

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