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Cork’s home Super 8s game moved as Páirc Uí Chaoimh pitch replacement set to begin

The tender price has come in within the amount allowed in the €95.8m estimate of costs announced earlier this year, said a statement.

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Cian O’Neill steps down as Kildare manager

Cian O’Neill has stepped down as Kildare senior football manager.

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Patrick Horgan’s 3-10 leads the way for scoring feats in defeats

Horgan’s three highest tallies this year have all come in losses.

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Galway hail ‘incredible’ start to minor championship after win over Kilkenny

Victory for Galway in the quarter-final group stage, their opening game of the Championship, looked all but certain when they led by a whopping 12 points close to half-time.

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Galway close in on knockout stages after win over Limerick

Galway have one foot in the knockout stages of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship as a result of their 2-12 to 1-10 triumph over Limerick at Kenny Park.

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Donegal get the better of Meath after gripping contest

Donegal were 9-point winners against Meath at the sun-kissed Ballybofey, although the scoreboard only tells half the story of a gripping contest.

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Diarmuid Connolly is back training with Dublin, Jim Gavin reveals

Dublin manager Jim Gavin has confirmed that Diarmuid Connolly is back training with the All-Ireland champions as their five-in-a-row bid intensifies.

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Cork hit by late burst but not before unsettling Dublin

Cork is not a county that trades in moral victories and yet Ronan McCarthy’s footballers can take plenty of positives from an ultimately convincing 13-point defeat to the five-in-a-row chasing All-Ireland champions this evening.

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Here’s how today’s All-Ireland Senior Camogie games finished

Cork, Waterford and Tipperary all secured their progression to the knockout stages of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship this afternoon when they secured home wins at the expense of Meath, Clare and Dublin respectively.

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Dublin’s Ladies Football champions trounce Waterford

Defending champions Dublin underlined their TG4 All-Ireland SFC title credentials with a comprehensive Group 2 triumph against Waterford at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise.

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Rachel Kearns goal gives Mayo Ladies win in Championship opener against Tyrone

A Rachel Kearns goal midway through the second half at Omagh’s Healy Park proved decisive as Mayo held off a battling Tyrone to win this TG4 All Ireland SFC Group 4 opener by three points.

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Last-gasp free gives Cavan Ladies single-point win over Armagh

Substitute Geraldine Sheridan was fouled and Maguire landed the winner for Cavan in what was a terrific game of football.

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Galway fightback secures win over Kerry in Ladies Football Championship

Galway came from behind at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise to secure a hard-earned victory over Kerry in Group Three of the TG4 All-Ireland SFC.

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Sean Cavanagh: ‘Páidi Ó Sé was right. Kerry supporters are absolute animals’

Sean Cavanagh has called Kerry fans a “strange breed”, mirroring comments made by Páidi Ó Sé 16 years ago.

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Cork’s U-20s set up Munster hurling final with Tipperary after win over Clare

Cork are through to the final of the Bord Gais Energy Munster under-20 hurling Championship.

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O’Keeffe and Brennan win June Player of the Month awards

Diarmuid O’Keeffe and Jamie Brennan have been named the PwC GAA/GPA Players of the Month for June.

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Mayo’s running style could cause Kerry a mountain of problems

Kerry don’t lose many championship games in Killarney, but Mayo could cause Peter Keane’s charges a mountain of problems.

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Dublin Ladies Football manager calls for LGFA to scrap provincial championships

Back-to-back All-Ireland winning boss with Dublin Mick Bohan thinks the Ladies Football Association should scrap the provincial championships.

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O’Mahony: Kerry need to die in their boots for the cause

Kerry great Aidan O’Mahony hopes the Kingdom’s ‘young lads will turn into men overnight’ in Sunday’s opening Super Eight clash with Mayo at Fitzgerald Stadium.

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Here’s the best reaction to Laois’s shock win over Dublin in videos, photos, and tweets

A shock to go in the annals of hurling alongside Antrim beating Offaly in ’89 and Kerry defeating Waterford in ’93, the victory sparked a joyous pitch invasion at O’Moore Park.

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