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Avondhu and Seandún opt not to take part in divisional club GAA in 2020

Beara, Carbery, Duhallow, and UCC will each enter a team in this year’s Cork Premier Senior football championship, while Imokilly and UCC are headed straight for the final of the colleges/divisional hurling section given the vast majority of divisions are opting not to put forward a hurling team.

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Anthony Daly: Do Tipp have the savagery to go for back-to-back titles?

When Clarecastle met Newmarket-on-Fergus in the 1992 championship, we went into the game as raging hot favourites, not just because we were reigning county champions, but because of the way the modern tradition between the clubs had been emphatically turned on its head.

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Kerry club chairmen say pitches should have opened earlier

Two Kerry club chairmen believe GAA pitches could have been opened earlier than yesterday.

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Patrickswell meet Adare and Doon in Limerick SHC

Champions Patrickswell were grouped with Adare and Doon in tonight’s draw for the Limerick SHC.

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John Joe Sheehan: The Kingdom’s unassuming inspiration

The funeral mass for the late John Joe Sheehan takes place at St Patrick’s Church, Rochestown tomorrow afternoon.

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Dungiven GAA answer the call in their community’s hour of need

Demand is nowhere near what it was at the height of lockdown, but even as we make a slow return to normality, Derry’s Dungiven club will continue assisting the vulnerable and elderly members of their community.

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Cork county championships look set to begin with group format

The Cork County Board will not make a final decision on how their county championships are structured until Croke Park publishes a master fixture schedule for the 2020 inter-county championships.

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Ten football tyros who wouldn’t shine this summer

Had this been any other summer, the various provincial minor football championships would be in full flow.

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Anthony Daly: ‘Maybe we were just a bit madder and wilder back in our time’

In October 1996, Clare travelled to Belfast for the official opening of the Patrick Sarsfields club’s new pitch on Stewartstown Avenue, a two-day event, based around a challenge game against Antrim on the Sunday.

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Michael Moynihan on the men, and moments, that shaped the 1990 All-Ireland hurling final

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‘Tenacious player who gave his all’: Tributes paid to former Roscommon footballer Conor Connelly who has died

Roscommon GAA have paid tribute to Conor Connelly, 40, in a statement confirming the sad news.

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GAA puts fun into learning with online challenges for students

The GAA has rarely been found wanting when it comes to engaging young kids inside the four white lines of a playing field.

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Waterford becomes the latest county to postpone April club championship games

Following in the wake of Limerick and Dublin, the Waterford county board has decided to postpone all club games scheduled for next month.

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John Sugrue: Tinkering with football rules the fault of negative pundits

Kerry U20 manager John Sugrue believes negative pundits are partly responsible for the amount of unnecessary tinkering with the game of football at present.

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Cork selector Diarmuid O’Sullivan avoids sideline ban

Cork senior hurling selector Diarmuid O’Sullivan will be free to fulfil his role as maor foirne in the Munster senior hurling championship having avoided a sideline ban.

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Galway hoping for return of captain Louise Ward for top-of-the-table clash with Cork

Galway manager Tim Rabbitt praised his side’s back-to-back wins over Dublin and Tipperary as they closed in on a spot in the Lidl National Football League Division 1 Final.

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‘They killed us in the middle third’: Galway complete 16-point turnaround to topple Tipperary

The proverbial game of two halves in Salthill but a wind-assisted half-time lead of seven points wasn’t nearly enough for Tipperary to hang on.

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LGFA  choose Micheál Naughton as President-elect

The Sligo native, representing Donegal and Ulster, was voted in by delegates attending LGFA Congress

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Blow for Kerry as Donie Buckley ‘no longer a member’ of management team

“I wish to confirm that Donie Buckley is no longer a member of the Kerry Senior Football Management Team.”

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Borris-Ileigh’s Brendan Maher named Club Hurler of the Year

The awards were judged by a team of national GAA media.

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