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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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Are This Monaghan Side Over Or Underachievers?

On Saturday, we will finally see what this Monaghan team are made of… There is a peculiar paradox surrounding this Monaghan football team – have they overachieved or underachieved? Winning two Ulster titles in recent years in the midst of Donegal challenging for All-Irelands, Tyrone still relevant at the top level, and Down, Derry and Cavan competitive at various stages …

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There Is Still A Chance To Pick Up Tickets For Croke Park On Saturday

Croke Park

Over 65,000 thousand fans flocked to Croke Park last Sunday for the first double-header of the All-Ireland quarter-finals, as Kerry saw off Galway and Roscommon could not be separated from Mayo. This Saturday, demand for tickets will go up again, as Dublin play their quarter-final against Monaghan, while Ulster champions Tyrone take on Armagh. The game is being billed as …

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The Draw For Next Saturday’s All-Ireland Quarter-Finals Has Been Made

The draw for the All-Ireland quarter-finals has thrown up two exciting ties. Dublin and Tyrone have learned their fate for next Saturday evening. On Saturday night, Armagh and Monaghan won through to the All-Ireland quarter-finals, and as there was no prospect of a repeat pairing in this side of the All-Ireland bracket, a draw had to be made. Mickey Harte’s Tyrone …

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There Will Be A Draw To Determine The Line-Up For Next Saturday’s All-Ireland Quarter-Finals

All-Ireland quarter-finals

Following this evening’s doubleheader of qualifiers at Croke Park, there now must be a draw ahead of next Saturday’s All-Ireland quarter-finals. This evening in Croker provided two entertaining games, as a strong Monaghan second half showing saw off Down, as Armagh edged Kildare in a nail-biter. Leinster and Ulster champions Dublin and Tyrone lie in wait in the quarter-finals. As …

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Monaghan Power Past Spirited Down Display With Second Half Purple Patch

Down Monaghan

Monaghan are through to the All-Ireland quarter-finals, after a tense but deserved victory over Down in Croke Park. The Farney men were made to work for their win, as they avenged the Ulster semi-final loss earlier in the summer. Malachy O’Rourke’s side were hot favourites once again coming into the tie, after qualifier wins over Wexford and Carlow set them …

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