Comer: Tribe hurlers inspired us

Galway captain Damien Comer believes that watching the Liam MacCarthy Cup return west for the first time since 1988 lit a fire under the footballers this year.

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Donegal, Tyrone, and Lilies may yet count cost of frees

Kildare and Tyrone may enjoy home comforts in this weekend’s second round of the Super 8 but the difference between the number of frees they are pointing compared to those that are being converted against them should worry both sides.

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Bryan Sheehan: ‘There is a gun to their head, they have to win’

Bryan Sheehan is anticipating a “massive” performance from Kerry against Monaghan this weekend to keep their All-Ireland title hopes alive.

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'My mother got criticism about me': Shane Enright on recriminations from Kerry fans

The personnel may be different but a second successive flat Championship performance and the recriminations, or “cat stuff” as Mikey Sheehy described it, have resurfaced in Kerry.

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Shane Walsh living his dream with resurgent Tribesmen

Shane Walsh was a seven-year-old boy when Galway last met Kildare in the football championship. That was the 2000 All-Ireland semi-final. Prior to that, there was the ’98 decider between the counties. Both games, though you’d hardly believe it, are as clear in Walsh’s head as last Sunday’s grind against Kerry.

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Tyrone must plan without McCarron for Dublin test

Tyrone will be without experienced defender Cathal McCarron for Saturday’s Super 8s clash with All-Ireland champions Dublin.

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Mickey Ned O’Sullivan: Hype hurt Kingdom’s young guns

Mickey Ned O’Sullivan has hit out at the “crap” and the “propaganda” in Kerry that followed the senior footballers’ 17-point Munster final win over Cork.

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Dublin fans could outnumber their Omagh hosts on Saturday

Saturday’s expected sell-out crowd in Healy Park, when Tyrone host Dublin in phase two of the Super 8 series, could see the travelling support outnumber their opposition, according to sources in Tyrone.

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Niall Scully sets Dublin on their way with win over Donegal

Two Niall Scully goals set Dublin on their way to an opening Super 8 Group 2 win against Ulster champions Donegal although it was a far from perfect display.

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Goal hungry Tyrone hammer Roscommon

Goal hungry Tyrone hammered Roscommon at Croke Park to launch their Super 8s campaign in style and move within touching distance of the All-Ireland semi-finals.

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Damien Comer: Why Galway had to shake ‘nice’ tag

Those Tom Brady and Steph Curry motivational videos doing the rounds at the moment are sure to resonate with a few inter-county players who were told they weren’t good enough.

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Dublin’s semi-final disadvantage despite home comfort in Super 8s

Dublin might have greater home comfort than any other side in the Super 8, but they will have one less day to prepare for their All-Ireland semi-final than their opponents should they top Group 2.

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Jim McGuinness explains why Stephen Cluxton is the sport's best ever keeper

All-Ireland winning Donegal manager Jim McGuinness believes Stephen Cluxton is the greatest Gaelic football goalkeeper ever.

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RTÉ will push for more live games in 2019

RTÉ is hoping to secure the right to screen more live hurling and football championship games as of 2019 in light of the GAA’s recent moves to expand both All-Irelands via the introduction of new group structures.

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Niall Sludden: Manager has given us licence to attack

Niall Sludden has taken a swipe back at the critics of Tyrone’s so-called defensive approach, insisting they’re an attack-minded team.

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Galway to plan without Ciarán Duggan for Kingdom clash

Galway manager Kevin Walsh has conceded Sunday’s opening game of the Super 8 against Kerry will come too soon for Ciarán Duggan but he is confident the midfielder will soon be back in action.

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