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Stephen Rochford downplays Joe Brolly’s ‘celebrity losers’ jibe

It was only the day after the All-Ireland final that Stephen Rochford heard Joe Brolly’s “celebrity losers” comment about Mayo.

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Resilience the secret as Cork refuse to buckle

Mental fortitude. That’s their secret. Or part of it, at least.

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Dublin's decision takes heat off of LGFA

The decision of the Dublin ladies football board not to request a replay of Sunday’s All-Ireland final has taken the heat off under-fire LGFA bosses.

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Seamus Callanan: No resting on laurels in Tipperary

He’s the clear favourite to be named Hurler of the Year after a third successive nomination but Tipperary’s Seamus Callanan has insisted he can be even better next year. 

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Michael Murphy backs focused Paul Flynn to produce on big day

Donegal captain Michael Murphy has backed his friend and former housemate Paul Flynn to start the All-Ireland final replay for Dublin — and have a big game.

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Concussions rare in GAA, claims Pat O’Neill

Former All-Ireland winning Dublin manager Dr Pat O’Neill has assured the GAA community that incidences of concussion are still relatively rare and shouldn’t be ‘over hyped’.

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Cork ladies quartet make it an incredible 56 All-Ireland medals between them

It's a fair old haul of medals that Bríd Stack, Rena Buckley, Briege Corkery and Deirdre O'Reilly have amassed.

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VIDEO: Briege Corkery’s half-time team talk inspires Cork to pick path to victory

Just before Cork headed back out the door of dressing room 2 for the second-half of yesterday’s senior All-Ireland final in Croke Park, Briege Corkery took to the floor.

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Cork claim sixth straight title amid controversy

Cork 1-7 Dublin 1-6: A merited sixth consecutive All-Ireland senior title for Cork ladies and one that should not be tainted by an umpiring mistake that denied Dublin a first-half point.

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Super-sub Rhona Ní Bhuachalla revels in the role

Cork selector Con O’Sullivan walked over to Rhona Ní Bhuachalla before she made her way out onto the pitch for the second-half.

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Ger Brennan calls for Dublin to go on the offensive

Former Dublin defender Ger Brennan believes the All-Ireland holders have grown too cautious and need to rekindle their spirit of ‘adventure’ to beat Mayo at the second attempt.

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Keeper the hero as Kildare deliver on All-Ireland

Kildare 1-13 Clare 1-12: Goalkeeper Mary Hulgraine was the star of the show as Kildare atoned for last year’s TG4 All-Ireland Ladies IFC final defeat by claiming the title yesterday.

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Jacinta Brady fires Longford to victory

Longford 4-10 Antrim 1-12: A second half goal glut sealed a first TG4 All-Ireland Ladies JFC title since 1997 for Longford at Croke Park.

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Cork GAA Round-Up: Rovers and Erin's Own meet in highly-anticipated final

A clinical Erin's Own ousted Midleton in the SHC semi-final, progressing to the final stage for the first time in nine years.

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Dublin feel let down by LGFA; Cork manager dismisses talk of a replay

UPDATE: This morning Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald dismissed talk a rematch with Dublin, telling Red FM that the referee's report is final.

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Valerie Mulcahy: I fulfilled all my Croke Park dreams with Cork, except one...

THIS Sunday? My favourite day of the year. The Ladies Football All-Ireland final. For the third year in a row, Cork will play Dublin for the All-Ireland title.

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Sinéad Finnegan: ‘I visited his grave before the match. I’ll probably do it again.’

Six years ago, Sinéad Finnegan watched with tears in her eyes as Dublin claimed a first TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship title.

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Noelle Healy’s delicate operation balancing work and football

Working in Dublin’s Beaumont Hospital, Noelle Healy has her good days and bad days. She’s seen things she probably wouldn’t want you to see and after a stint with the Mater’s cardiology team, Healy is now specialising in anaesthesia.

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Aisling Holton ploughing on through adversity for her family and Kildare

The national ploughing championships were held not too far away in Screggan during the week but around Cloona, Johnstownbridge, Kilglass, Broadford, Carbury and the general west of Kildare, the most important ploughing occasion of the year takes place tomorrow week.

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Dublin truly desperate to scratch the seven-year Cork itch

You know the rivalry-but-not-actually a rivalry that exists, or did exist, between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova?

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Cork v Dublin: Old soldiers still up for battle

And then there were four. The club which Bríd Stack became a founding member of on October 2, 2005 has grown more and more exclusive with each All-Ireland title added.

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Tipperary's McGrath brothers keeping their feet on the ground through September successes

Tipperary might be champions of effing Ireland, at senior and minor, but the family that did most to put them there won’t be shouting about it. Noel and John McGrath won All-Ireland senior medals with Michael Ryan’s men, and brother Brian captained the Premier to the minor title. It crowned a tumultuous year for the family. But their feet never left the ground.

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Cian Dillon: Clare players united on Davy decision

Clare hurlers were united in deciding it was time for a change after five years of Davy Fitzgerald’s management, vice-captain Cian Dillon confirmed yesterday, but he insists it was ultimately Fitzgerald’s own decision to step down from the role.

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