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Both Mayo And Kerry Switch Goalkeepers As Teams Named For League Ties

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Dublin travel to Castlebar tomorrow night to take on Mayo in the Allianz National Football League. Clashes between the two sides have been somewhat entertaining in recent times, to put it mildly. With the Connacht outfit welcoming the All-Ireland champions to their own backyard, Stephen Rochford’s side will be eager to prove a point. They have made four changes from …

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Dublin GAA Release Update On Bernard Brogan Injury

Bernard Brogan Dublin

The big news so far in 2018 as far as Dublin GAA is concerned is the injury to Bernard Brogan. The 2010 Footballer of the Year has been ruled out for the entire season after rupturing his ACL. While this is an undoubted blow to Jim Gavin’s side, the depth available in the forwards ensures that the Boys in Blue are …

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Footage Shows That Monaghan’s Barry Kerr Could Be Hit With A Lengthy Ban

Monaghan defeated Kerry today in their rearranged Allianz National Football third round clash to go level on four points alongside the Kingdom. The 1-13 to 0-14 win puts them within touching distance of pace-setters Dublin and Galway as the table begins to take shape ahead of next weekend’s round 4 action. In a hotly contested clash against Éamonn Fitzmaurice’s Kingdom, the …

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TG4 Out-Do Themselves Once Again With Cracking Weekend GAA Schedule

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We’re headed into a huge weekend of GAA action. As the Allianz National Hurling League rumbles on, there are some heavyweight clashes with Kilkenny travelling to Walsh Park to face Waterford, and Cork headed to Ennis to meet Clare. Meanwhile, Tipperary host Wexford in the Saturday night game. The postponed games from last week will also take place, with the …

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All The Scores From The Opening Weekend Of The Allianz National Leagues

The Allianz National Football and Hurling Leagues returned this weekend, and there were some big upsets around the country. As teams enter the fray with varying levels of preparation under their belts, there were always going to be some exciting results. The Antrim hurlers very nearly caused the shock of the round, as they put it up to All-Ireland champions Galway …

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Conor Counihan In Line For Return To Inter-County Management [Report]

Former Cork football boss Conor Counihan is rumoured to be in line for a return to inter-county management.  The All-Ireland winning manager led his native county to glory in 2010 and has reportedly had talks with the Wexford county board. Seamus McEnaney left the role after just one year in charge. The Monaghan man led the south-east side to promotion …

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Malachy O’Rourke Pinpoints Dublin’s Main Strength Following Croke Park Rout

Malachy O'Rourke Monaghan Dublin

Monaghan were truly bettered by Dublin in Croke Park yesterday evening, as the Farney men lost at the quarter-final once again. After a promising League campaign, Monaghan built momentum throughout the championship, beating Fermanagh, Cavan, Wexford, Carlow and avenging their Ulster loss to Down in the qualifiers. However, it appeared to be a case of the team reaching its glass …

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The Stand Out Performers From Saturday’s All-Ireland Quarter-Finals

Tyrone and Dublin both booked their places in this year’s All-Ireland SFC semi-finals following resounding victories over Armagh and Monaghan respectively. With Tyrone defeating their Ulster counterparts 3-17 to 0-08, and Dublin winning by 1-19 to 0-12 – we pick out the stand out performers from both games. _____ Dean Rock – Dublin The only place we can start here …

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