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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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Magnificent Mannion Downs Judes As Kilmacud Crowned Dublin Champions

Mannion

Dublin All-Star Paul Mannion scored a brilliant 1-6 as Kilmacud Crokes defeated St Jude’s 2-12 to 0-13 in this evening’s Dublin SFC final at Parnell Park.  Crokes led 0-7 to 0-3 at halftime, a lead which they never relinquished throughout that match. Jude’s did mount a comeback in the second half as Kevin McManamon tagged on two points and set up …

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Watch: Paul Mannion Turns On The Wheels To Burn Castleknock Defence And Raise Green Flag

Paul Mannion

What a goal from Paul Mannion! The Dublin Senior Football Championship quarter-finals are taking place this weekend. St Vincent’s are already through to the final four, after overcoming St Sylvester’s earlier today. St Jude’s take on Cuala and Ballymun face St Brigid’s tomorrow, but the big one tonight is between Castleknock and Kilmacud Crokes. The clash between last year’s beaten …

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Eir Sport Announce Live Coverage Of Bumper GAA Double-Header For Next Friday

Dublin GAA

eir Sport have already kicked off their live coverage of club action, as they make further steps into GAA. Their initial offerings have been well received, showing action from the Limerick Hurling Championship and Donegal Football Championship. Today it has been announced that they will broadcast a live double-header in the Dublin Senior Football Championship next Friday evening, September 29. St …

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Five Best Club Football Teams Of All Time

County finals took place all over the country this weekend, and the contenders for the race for the Andy Merrigan Cup are beginning to emerge. As part of our coverage of the competition, we profile the five best club football sides since the All-Ireland competition began in 1970. Following on from our hurling list, we turn to the big ball. …

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Forgotten Friday – Mark Vaughan

It’s a return to Gaelic Football for the latest instalment of ‘Forgotten Friday’. A few weeks ago we looked at Ray Cosgrove, a man who once had his name heavily chanted on Hill 16 and this week we look at a footballer in a similar mould, Mark Vaughan. Ironically, Vaughan came from the same club as Cosgrove, Kilmacud Crokes, and …

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