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Champions Cork to face Westmeath in opening round of 2020 Ladies National Football League

2019 runners-up Galway will be at home to Waterford.

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19 counties represented in Ireland squads for Hurling-Shinty Internationals

Tipperary’s Willlie Maher and Kilkenny’s Conor Phelan will manage the senior side bidding to prevent a Scottish five-in-a-row of series wins.

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TG4 to feature Dublin and Tipperary finals this weekend

TG4 will broadcast county finals from the homes of the Sam Maguire and Liam MacCarthy Cups this weekend.

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Cork’s Mourneabbey made it six Munster Ladies Senior Club titles in a row

Mourneabbey made it six Munster Senior Club titles in a row as they scored eight of the last nine points in a thrilling final to break Ballymacarbry hearts again.

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Colm O’Keeffe the hero for Blackrock as they see off Kildimo-Pallaskenry

Blackrock will play senior hurling for the first time since 1998 after this Premier IHC final replay win.

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James Barry announces Tipperary retirement

Tipperary defender James Barry has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling following his second All-Ireland senior hurling medal last August.

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Here are the year’s best young Ladies Footballers from each province

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association has announced the 2019 winners of the Provincial Young Player of the Year awards.

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Ladies football Players’ Player of the Year nominees announced

Two All-Ireland champions and one beaten finalist are the three nominees for the ladies football Players’ Player of the Year.

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‘I can’t remember how many stab wounds’: Dublin star Cooper opens up about 2014 assault

The All-Ireland winning defender received nine stab wounds to his forehead, eyelid and neck area and spent one night in hospital.

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Tuam give hope of stopping Corofin’s three-in-a-row All-Ireland quest

So Corofin got out of jail in their Galway SFC final against Tuam Stars last Sunday, writes Peter McNamara.

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Second tier won’t tie hands of GAA fixtures group, insists Horan

GAA president John Horan maintains the new fixtures review committee won’t be hamstrung by Special Congress’ decision yesterday to introduce a second tier inter-county football championship next year.

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Tributes pour in for retiring Waterford hurler Michael ‘Brick’ Walsh

Waterford legend Michael ‘Brick’ Walsh has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling

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DJ Carey confirmed as selector in Kilkenny set-up for Brian Cody’s 22nd year in charge

DJ Carey will join Brian Cody on the sidelines as the Kilkenny boss was ratified for his 22nd year in charge of the Cats.

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Watch Douglas vs Nemo Rangers in Cork SFC semi-final 2019

Watch deferred coverage of the Cork SFC semi-final between Douglas and Nemo Rangers in Páirc Uí Rinn.

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New Waterford hurling manager drops Connors and Shanahan from panel

New Waterford senior hurling manager Liam Cahill has taken the surprising decision to drop captain Noel Connors and Maurice Shanahan among others from his 2020 panel.

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Galway officials asked to approach Forde and Larkin again

Galway’s hurling managerial crisis shows no signs of abating as the hurling board have asked officials to approach Francis Forde and Noel Larkin to reconsider their decisions to step away from the managerial appointment process.

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Tributes following death of ‘true son of Down’ Eamonn Burns, aged 56

Burns lined out at midfield in 1991 for Pete McGrath’s men as Down ended a 23-year wait for a senior crown. He scored two points in the two-point win over Meath.

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Connacht football draw keeps Mayo and Galway apart

Mayo face Leitrim in Connacht championship.

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Munster football finalists drawn against each other in next year’s semi-finals

Cork and Kerry have been drawn to face each other in the semi-finals of the Munster football championship next year.

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Rebel Óg: Magpies see off Glen to claim final glory

After a terrific encounter, Midleton claimed their second consecutive Rebel Óg Premier 1 MHC title at Páirc Uí Rinn tonight, while also gaining revenge for the 2017 decider which went the way of Glen Rovers.

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