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Exclusive: Kevin Dyas On Leinster Club Final & Armagh Retirement

It has been a long and arduous road for Kevin Dyas, but this Sunday he will attempt to land one of his greatest achievements; a Leinster senior club championship. The Armagh star transferred to Kilmacud Crokes three years ago, having spent the last eight years living in Dublin and travelling north for club and county duty. Dublin clubs have come …

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All The Results From A Hectic Weekend Of County Finals

In the busiest weekend of local finals to date, a massive 19 county titles were down for decision in the last 24 hours. The TG4 televised games were the highest profile clashes with Na Piarsaigh taking hurling honours in Limerick, while St Finbarrs and Nemo will have to do it again to determine the football kingpins of Cork. There were …

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Armagh Dealt Blow As Key Player Opts Out Of Squad For 2018

GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter-Final, Croke Park, Dublin 5/8/2017 Tyrone vs Armagh Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Kieran McGeeney’s Armagh have been dealt a blow as a key member of their squad is making himself unavailable for selection for the 2018 season. Jamie Clarke is one of the most talented forwards in the country but has reportedly made it known to the Orchard County’s management that he intends to go travelling next year. According to Gaelic Life, …

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Paul Hearty Reveals Biggest Influence On His Career In Classy Retirement Statement

AIB Ulster Club Senior Football Championship Final, Athletic Grounds, Armagh 29/11/2015 Crossmaglen Rangers vs Scotstown Crossmaglen's captain Paul Hearty lifts the cup Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Presseye/Declan Roughan

Crossmaglen Rangers legend Paul Hearty has announced his retirement from Gaelic football.  The 39-year-old released a statement on Tuesday following a hugely successful club career. Hearty won 19 Armagh County Championship titles, eleven Ulster Championship medals and six All-Irelands in his time between the posts. He also played for his county, Armagh, on numerous occasions earning a nomination for an All-Star award …

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