Donegal man feels guilty local GAA clubs was punished for helping him with charity event

A Donegal man who has motor neuron disease has said he feels guilty that his local GAA club is being punished for helping him.

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Callanan backs two-point sideline cut

Tipperary captain Séamus Callanan reckons a point scored directly from a sideline cut in hurling should count for double.

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Website glitch sees fans overcharged

A glitch on the tickets.ie website saw Cork, Tipperary, and Waterford supporters overcharged when purchasing Munster SHC tickets yesterday morning.

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Shefflin: Silly succession speculation disrespects great Cody

Henry Shefflin has described talk of him inevitably succeeding Kilkenny manager Brian Cody as ‘disrespectful’ and claimed it would be ‘silly’ ...

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Waterford storm back to claim stirring victory

Waterford won their first Munster MFC game in five years as they stormed back from six points down to surprise Clare in Dungarvan tonight.

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Draw enough for Tipp as minor footballers qualify for phase one final

Tipperary's minor footballers did enough on home turf to qualify for the phase one final of the Munster championship: but only just.

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Goalkeeper Shane Murphy no longer part of Kerry panel

Goalkeeper Shane Murphy is no longer part of the Kerry senior football panel, it has emerged.

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Cork could benefit from scenic route towards All-Ireland absolution

There are just two-and-a-half weeks until Cork stare down Tipp in the opening round of the Munster SHC.

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Donegal County Board issue statement on club facing ban for hosting charity soccer event

The Donegal County Board has said the club facing a suspension for hosting a charity soccer match on their grounds have the right to due process.

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Survey shows 82% of camogie players in favour of trialling new rules

A WGPA survey has shown that 82% of inter-county camogie players are in favour of trialling new rules to bring the game more in line with how hurling is officiated. ...

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Donegal GAA club faces eight-week ban for hosting charity soccer event

"There's a lot of shock and disgust in the area."

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James Horan: It’s not sacrifice, players love what they do

James Horan maintains the demands placed on players have not increased during the four years he was away from the inter-county scene, with the Mayo manager taking ...

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Conor O’Shea among six cut from Horan's Mayo panel

Mayo manager James Horan has cut six players from his panel ahead of their Connacht championship opener in New York on May 5.

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Galway skipper Comer hoping to return for Connacht final

Galway football captain Damien Comer, who has not featured for the county this year because of an ankle injury, is hopeful of making his comeback in the Connacht ...

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Donegal GAA club in the dock over 'unauthorised tournament’

Naomh Colmcille GAA Club will appeal an eight-week suspension handed down to them from the Donegal Competition Controls Committee (CCC) for hosting an ‘unauthorised ...

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Camogie forum tackles growing rules discontent

Camogie chiefs have organised a ‘Feedback forum’ in Dublin on Saturday to hear the concerns county players and managers have around the rules of the ...

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Video highlights show why Ladies Football semi-final broke viewing record

The LGFA's new Live Stream video service from the Lidl National League served up an epic encounter between Cork and Dublin at the weekend.

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McGill: Promotion perfect springboard to summer

Paul Keane When Meath finally gained promotion to Division 1 by beating Fermanagh last month, veteran defender Mickey Burke admitted it was ‘almost more important ...

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O’Halloran: NY can pull off ‘crazy’ upset against Mayo

New York boss Justin O’Halloran admits his side will be underdogs against Mayo in next month’s Connacht SFC opener — but is relishing the tag.

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Comer set to miss Galway’s Connacht title defence

Galway manager Kevin Walsh believes that the depth developed in the squad during an injury-stricken league campaign will stand to them as they face into the championship ...

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Tony Davis: Cork are where they should be

A second tier championship is exactly where Cork senior footballers deserve to be at the moment, according to former defender Tony Davis.

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Clubs hoping championship revamp will bring ‘certainty’

The managers of two leading senior hurling teams in Cork have praised GAA chiefs for their efforts in improving the plight of club players.

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Semi-final win over Dublin a 'confidence builder', says Cork Ladies Football manager

Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald believes his young side have the potential to return to past glories, as they clung on for an inspirational victory over champions ...

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Flying Fitzgibbon ensures Charleville make senior mark

A pair of winning points of real quality from Darragh Fitzgibbon, at the end of the second period of extra-time, finally put daylight between these two teams after ...

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White injury fear as Crokes and Stacks seal final berth

Austin Stacks and Dr Crokes will meet in the Kerry Club SFC final on Sunday next after topping their groups.

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Boost for Galway as Cooneys back in action

Galway hurlers have received a timely boost with Joseph Cooney marking his return from Australia by turning in a superb performance for his club Sarsfields at the ...

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Glen Rovers avenge 2018 championship defeat to Midleton

A rousing finish from Glen Rovers - during which they hit 1-4 without reply - saw Richie Kelleher’s charges avenge last year’s county championship exit ...

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Patrickswell register impressive win over Na Piarsaigh

Patrickswell hold the only 100% record after two rounds of the Bon Secours Hospital Limerick Senior Hurling Championship.

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Na Piarsaigh make hard work of win over Killeagh

Hard work did a young Na Piarsaigh side make of this first-round Cork SHC clash.

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Strong second half from Blarney as young team puts Ballinhassig in their place

A rousing second-half performance from a relatively young Blarney team enabled them to get past Ballinhassig in the opening round of the Cork Premier IHC at Ballincollig. ...

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Galway to face Cork in Division 1 final after easing past Dongeal

Galway manager Tim Rabbitte wants to see his side hit new heights against Cork in the Lidl National Football League Division 1 final after they eased past Donegal ...

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Close battles ends with one goal victory for Bandon

An old-fashioned Cork senior championship clash in Clonakilty yesterday, with Bandon holding out for a terrific win over Newcestown after a closely-fought battle.

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Cork knock reigning champions Dublin off their perch with extra-time win

Orla Finn starred with 13 points in the sun as Cork knocked reigning Lidl National Football League Division 1 champions Dublin off their perch, and booked their ...

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Ryan hat-trick puts Waterford into Division 2 final

A hat-trick from veteran forward Michelle Ryan fired Waterford past old adversaries Cavan in a cracking Lidl NFL Division 2 semi-final this afternoon to clinch their ...

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Stars lead from the front, but Douglas tighten up at the back

A steelier defence could be the foundation for a Douglas county title challenge this year, or so the plan goes.

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Pacey Barr's click into top gear

St Finbarr’s easily accounted for Carrigtwohill on Saturday evening in a resplendent Riverstown with a magnificent performance in the first round of the Cork ...

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No mercy shown by dominant Rockies

It became all too easy for Blackrock with a runaway victory over Ballyhea in the second game of the Cork SHC double-header at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday ...

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Kerry to face Cavan or Waterford after progressing to Division 2 final

A 1-6 haul for Louise Ní Mhuircheartaigh was enough for Kerry to book their place in the Lidl National League Division 2 final, where they’ll face either ...

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Galway's outstanding form continues with in over Donegal

Galway’s outstanding form this spring continued as they burst out of the blocks against Donegal and easily secured their place in the Lidl Ladies NFL Division ...

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Cronin’s late heroics power Bishopstown to impressive win

An injury-time point from Pa Cronin secured victory for Bishopstown in this hugely entertaining Cork SHC first-round clash.

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Fr O'Neill's secure passage to round three of Cork Premier IHC

Fr O’Neill’s survived a titanic battle with Ballincollig in a lively opening round of the Cork Premier IHC at Carrigtwohill tonight.

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Watergrasshill achieve deserved victory over Inniscarra in first round of Cork PIHC

In the end it, was their performance in the third quarter that laid the foundation for Watergrasshill’s victory over Inniscarra in the first round of the Cork ...

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Devastating first-half sees Sarsfields put away Kanturk in SHC round 1 game

This Cork senior hurling championship round 1 game didn’t survive to half-time as a contest, with a vastly experienced Sarsfields side putting away Kanturk ...

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‘People have got so busy’: How modern life is putting clubs at risk

Frank Murphy’s tenure may have ended in Cork but Bobby Hazelwood is still standing, 31 years after he took the reins as secretary of Castletownroche GAA club. ...

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Piarsaigh confident fresh approach will be rewarded

Big things were expected but it didn’t go according to plan for Na Piarsaigh last year, especially after reaching the Cork SHC semi-final in 2017.

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Midleton and the Glen guaranteed to get pulses racing

It was one of the games of last year’s Cork SHC - Midleton against the Glen, down the Páirc, in a proper game of knock-out hurling.

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Perfect storm sees Valentia forced to forfeit Kerry championship game

In February, Valentia put forward a motion to Congress calling for U17s to be allowed play senior for junior clubs in non-championship matches but it was defeated.

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Team news: Dublin make eight changes as Cork keep firepower in reserve for League semi-final

Dublin boss Mick Bohan has rung the changes as the champions prepare for Sunday’s Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 semi-final clash with Cork ...

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Kerry boss Fintan O’Connor maintains Shane Conway ‘victim of own success’

Kerry manager Fintan O’Connor regrets highlighting that Shane Conway was “singled out” in last month’s Allianz Division 2A final defeat to ...

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Carlow hurlers not overawed mixing with Leinster’s big boys

Carlow attacker Marty Kavanagh reckons a single win could be enough to preserve their Leinster SHC status and admitted they’re targeting the Dublin game in ...

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