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Watch: The Character Of Dublin GAA As Shown By Ballymun Kickhams

The latest instalment of the ‘Dub Club Chronicles’, brought to you by Pundit Arena in partnership with AIG, focuses on the pride of the people from Ballymun Kickhams.  Ballymun Kickhams is a club that prides itself on its sense of identity and family pride. These values have been passed from generation to generation as every young player aspires to be like their heroes. …

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“There Is A Gun To Their Head, They Have To Win” – Former Kerry Player

Five time All Ireland winning medallist, Bryan Sheehan says that the structure of the Super 8s will help Kerry recover from their opening round loss to Galway last weekend. The Paddy Power columnist believes that the Kingdom were not prepared going to Croke Park given their level of opposition in Munster. “They really weren’t primed going into Croke Park while Galway had a …

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Horgan And Walsh Take Player Of The Month Awards For June

Patrick Horgan has been awarded the PwC GAA/GPA Hurler of the Month for June following his display for Cork in the Munster Championship. The Glen Rovers man scored 0-11 in a sensational performance in the final against Clare to bring his tally to 1-42 for in his provincial campaign. The 30 year-old will be a key figure for the Rebels …

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Galway Edge Out Kerry In Dismal Affair In Croke Park

Kerry 1-10 Galway 1-13 It was far from the rip-roaring contest we were expecting but Galway did enough to secure full points from their Super 8s tie against Kerry. It was a very cagey start from both teams in front of a subdued crowd in Croke Park with both teams making uncharacteristically poor handling errors. The Connacht champions had early …

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Scully Hits A Brace Of Goals As Dublin See Off Donegal

Dublin 2-15 Donegal 0-16 Dublin saw off the brave effort of Ulster champions, Donegal to claim the win in their opening encounter of the Super 8s in Croke Park this evening. There were ominous signs for Declan Bonner’s men from the start as two kick-outs from Shaun Patton went straight into the waiting arms of the Dublin forwards, who failed …

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Tyrone Draw First Blood In Super 8s As They Ease Past Roscommon

Roscommon 2-12 Tyrone 4-24 Tyrone got their Super 8’s campaign off to the best possible start as they overcame Roscommon in a one-sided affair in front of a muted crowed in Croke Park this afternoon.  Fintan Cregg opened the scoring for Roscommon, pinging a lovely score over from the 45 metre line to counter the swarming Tyrone defence. They were afforded plenty of space …

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