Clifford back in Kerry’s starting line-up

David Clifford is in line to make his first start for Kerry this season as he is named in the full-forward line in tomorrow’s final round Division 1 game in ...

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Tally bringing ‘The Down Way’ into the 21st century

Paddy Deegan has watched enough football in his life, going back to his sons’ first steps on the Downpatrick pitch, to seeing them win

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Meaner Mayo enjoy best spring in five years

The chance of claiming a first national title in 18 years is not to be sniffed at but in the event Mayo do fall short of reaching the final tomorrow James Horan ...

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All-Ireland freshers hurling title awarded to LIT after finalists arrive at different venues

The LIT management were informed late last night they had been awarded the game after controversy had reigned on Wednesday of last week when the two finalists showed ...

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Cavan’s Graham well versed in delivering Mission Impossible

It tells a tale of the scale of the challenge facing Cavan this weekend that not even Mickey Graham, the man who inspired the miracle of Mullinalaghta, seems overly ...

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‘Will Silke and Burke be the outliers?’

Beyond Liam Silke and All-Star Ian Burke, former Galway football manager Tomás Ó Flatharta believes the leading figures from Corofin’s back-to-back ...

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Strong, silent-type Kenny prefers to fly under radar

Mattie Kenny’s reputation as a man who doesn’t know the meaning of the word “no” reached new heights in recent months.

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Healy believes Donoghue has found his Tribe

Sunday’s league semi-final will tell Galway manager Micheál Donoghue whether the fringe players he has persisted with throughout the spring are capable ...

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Seán Powter to start first game for Cork in 14 months

Seán Powter will start his first game for the Cork footballers in almost 14 months this weekend.

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Cork football's gloomy journey to the precipice

The Athletic Grounds has been a happy hunting ground for Cork football in the past but it’s a daunting place Sunday. A win there combined with a Tipperary ...

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‘Win The Dream in Dublin 15’: Cavan GAA launch house raffle

CAVAN GAA are giving one lucky winner the chance to win a house worth €375,000 in Dublin for just €100 through ‘Win The Dream in Dublin 15’, ...

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Naas retain Leinster crown after extra-time thriller

Naas CBS retained their Brother Bosco Cup crown with a hard-fought extra-time win over Wicklow Schools in Parnell Park last night.

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Banner untying Cusack Park infestation of knotweed

Clare GAA chiefs are confident their long-running battle with an infestation of Japanese knotweed next to Cusack Park is close to a conclusion.

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Flannery impressed at Déise’s smooth transition

The seamless manner in which Waterford’s new hurling management has clicked with the players augers well for a third league final appearance in five years, ...

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Naas CBS retained Bro Bosco title after extra time victory

NAAS CBS retained their Bro Bosco title with a hard fought extra time win over Wicklow Schools in Parnell Park last night.

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Caroline Currid to leave Limerick backroom team

Limerick hurling manager John Kiely has confirmed that Performance Psychologist Caroline Currid has left his backroom team.

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‘Kieran was a tower of strength on the field for many years’ - Tracey Kennedy

Details of the Cork County Board’s fundraising match for Kieran O’Connor were confirmed today — Cork hurlers will face Kilkenny in Páirc ...

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Cork forward Luke Connolly out of crucial Armagh tie

Cork forward Luke Connolly will miss this Sunday's must-win league fixture away to Armagh, dealing a significant blow to the Rebels' survival hopes.

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Clinical Cody sends St Kieran's back to All Ireland final

Croke Cup holders St Kieran’s College will appear in their sixth consecutive All Ireland final at the end of the month as Ballyhale Shamrocks hero Eoin Cody ...

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Inconsistent Fennelly produced one of his very best performances at Croker

Colin Fennelly has often been accused of performance-inconsistency in the past.

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History as Patrician Academy Mallow claim first Simcox Cup

A special day for Patrician Academy, Mallow as they claimed their first Simcox Cup (Cork PPS senior A football championship title) at the 4G pitch in Páirc ...

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Barrett thrilled with Mayo’s composure and winning attitude

More energy, better composure and a ferocious work-rate were the three vital ingredients that helped Mayo to get back to winning ways in the National League against ...

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Whelan: Waterford heading in the right direction

The camera work may have been shaky but what it captured was a thing of beauty.

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GPA should be driving debate on second-tier championship

Congress comes but once a year and when it does, it brings good cheer. Really? Perhaps in days gone by, this was the case. Nowadays, it is perhaps less colourful ...

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McEntee has turned Royals around, reckons Geraghty

As Meath stand on the brink of promotion to Division 1 for the first time in 13 years, former star Graham Geraghty has commended manager Andy McEntee for handing ...

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Even after those dog days, enduring magic of Gooch and O’Shea remains

Before they all gathered for lunch in the Dromhall Hotel yesterday to move on from the All-Ireland final evisceration by Corofin in Croke Park, a handful of Dr Crokes ...

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Old Cat magic still takes centre stage in Croker

At times on St Patrick’s Day as the Fennelly brothers, TJ Reid, and Joey Holden breezed to All-Ireland club final success, it felt like going back in time ...

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McNamee unfazed by critics of Tyrone

Ronan McNamee wasn’t surprised at the level of criticism aimed at Tyrone earlier in their Division 1 campaign.

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Duhallow cruise to victory over Imokilly

Duhallow cruised to a comprehensive win against Imokilly following this Round One senior football championship match played in Pairc Ui Rinn tonight.

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Avondhu crash out of championship following defeat by Muskerry

A comfortable preliminary round victory for Muskerry in the Cork SFC (Colleges/Divisions section) at Páirc Uí Rinn tonight.

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CIT hold off Carbery fightback

It took a couple of points deep in injury time before Cork IT eventually shook off the challenge of Carbery in today’s Cork SFC divisions/colleges section ...

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Smooth Seandún brush past Beara challenge

Seandún brushed Beara aside to progress to round two of the Cork SFC Colleges/Divisions section with an eight-point victory in Dunmanway.

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Athenry produce late comeback to eliminate Harty champions Midleton

Presentation Athenry produced a stirring final quarter to secure passage to a second successive All-Ireland post-primary SHC final.

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Daly: 'Ruthless' Shefflin looks the part on the line

Anthony Daly believes Henry Shefflin has the ruthless streak needed to one day succeed Brian Cody as Kilkenny manager.

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Weekend talking points: What each team needs in the league

All the talking points from the weekends Allianz League action.

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Nothing but pain for outclassed Crokes as Corofin add another All-Ireland title

Another All-Ireland title for Corofin and another one by double digits.

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Seven up for Shefflin’s Shamrocks as Ballyhale crowned champions

Back in October of 2017, Henry Shefflin’s last season as a player with Ballyhale Shamrocks, they were torn asunder by James Stephens in the Kilkenny senior ...

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No swerve by resolute Dublin on trip to Tipp

Anthony Daly penned a column in these pages at the weekend pondering how and why a Dublin team he himself once managed always seemed to “swerve” in Thurles. ...

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Victory comes at price for Galway

Galway 3-21 Wexford 3-11

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Dogged Waterford hit 31 points to punish more Clare indiscipline

A dress-rehearsal for the championship or just a fixture to be fulfilled?

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Cork take something from game that meant nothing

The history of Test cricket contains its share of matches that featured innings where, with only one or two runs required by one team for victory, only one or two ...

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Galway eyes place in final after safety is secured

This win saw Galway secure their Division 1 status for another year, and Kevin Walsh was happy to see his side pick up a convincing victory over provincial rivals ...

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Gavin fumes after Tyrone answer Harte passion plea

As Jim Gavin post-match critiques go, his take on his team’s performance that conspired to knock them out of the reckoning for a seventh consecutive Division ...

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Gritty Monaghan edge out Cavan in scrap for survival

Monaghan edge scrap for survival with neighboursUnder Malachy O’Rourke, Monaghan have generally reserved their best performances for the days when their backs ...

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O’Neill fury as ‘sloppiness’ almost costs Kildare dearly

Cian O’Neill cut a frustrated figure after watching his side almost let a crucial win slip through their fingers on Saturday.

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Éamonn Fitzmaurice: Croke Park a lonely place when things go pear-shaped

Corofin were outstanding in Croke Park yesterday, delivering an All-Ireland club final masterclass and deserving all of the plaudits that will come their way.

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Mayo: They haven’t gone away, you know

The flip chart in the Mayo dressing room after Saturday night’s gritty win in Tralee was light on to-do’s for this week’s training.

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Cork’s survival now rests in Tipperary’s hands

With Cork unable to do themselves any favours on Saturday, it was the unintentional goodwill of others that has them still in with a slim chance of avoiding the ...

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'They showed us how to play a game of football': Dr Crokes were 'schooled' by Corofin

Dr Crokes were “schooled” by the best club football team in the business, selector Niall O’Callaghan has admitted.

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Corofin destroy Dr Crokes to claim third All-Ireland in five years

Corofin coasted to a third All-Ireland crown in five years, the current kingpins of club football totally outclassing a frustrated Dr Crokes side.

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