John Divilly

John Divilly: Corofin-Kilcoo will be a game of chess on a football field

John Divilly: Corofin-Kilcoo will be a game of chess on a football field

The stage is set for an intriguing All-Ireland club final. In one corner stands Corofin, the team that can play and win against multiple layers and styles of contrasting ...

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John Divilly: Anatomy of a match-winning, magical moment

John Divilly: Anatomy of a match-winning, magical moment

What a pity the game in Ennis on Saturday wasn’t delayed by 15 minutes.

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John Divilly's key match-ups: Nemo will get chances against Corofin - but not second chances

John Divilly's key match-ups: Nemo will get chances against Corofin - but not second chances

Tomorrow's All-Ireland SFC club semi-final pits two of the country's best footballing sides into an Ennis bearpit. These three match-ups may decide which emerges, ...

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Bernard Brogan: The finisher who was a cut above

Bernard Brogan: The finisher who was a cut above

Every GAA supporter will have their own memory, their own keepsake of a ‘Berno’ moment.

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Cluxton the king of Dublin’s kicking masterclass

Cluxton the king of Dublin’s kicking masterclass

Teams of the ages like Brian Cody’s Cats, Bill Shankly’s Reds, Matt Busby’s Babes, Sir Alex’s Class of 92, Bill Belichick’s Patriots, ...

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Kerry management erred in giving Murphy spare man role

Kerry management erred in giving Murphy spare man role

If you were lucky enough to get a seat in Croke Park yesterday then you certainly can’t quibble about value for money.

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Mayo tiredness equals Dublin scores

Mayo tiredness equals Dublin scores

Dublin do the simple things extremely well.

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How Geaney can inspire Kerry

How Geaney can inspire Kerry

Protect the D and Pepper The D: Kerry know that an aerial bombardment is coming their way and they must protect the D with their lives. Tadgh Morley and Jason Foley ...

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New breed of Rebels a force to be reckoned with

New breed of Rebels a force to be reckoned with

I had the privilege of assisting with the development of the Galway U20 footballers over the past few months. Our squad mantra was very simple: the players would ...

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Moran must start if Mayo want to see Croker again

Moran must start if Mayo want to see Croker again

You could cut the tension with a knife. Everyone was on edge wondering how would the fun-loving, stone-mad GAA fan handle the windswept conditions in Portrush.

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