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GAA announce re-fixtures for Storm Dennis-affected league ties

Limerick will host Waterford at the LIT Gaelic Grounds on Saturday, March 7 at 9pm. The original game earlier this month was due to be televised on eir Sport.

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Leonard cousins steer Galway to convincing victory over Dublin Ladies

Galway boosted their Lidl National Football League Division 1 prospects with a convincing win against Dublin at the DCU Sportsgrounds.

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Ladies Football team news: Two changes for Dublin; Cork and Galway unchanged

Dublin boss Mick Bohan has made two changes in personnel for Sunday’s pivotal Lidl National League Division 1 clash with Galway.

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All-Ireland minor winning Kerry keeper looks set for AFL move

Another young Kerry star is heading down under, according to reports.

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Storm Dennis forces postponment of Galway and Tipperary clash

Storm Dennis is playing havoc with the GAA fixture list for a second day.

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Mayo and Waterford name Ladies Football teams for rearranged clash

Managers Peter Leahy and Ciaran Curran have rung the changes for Sunday’s re-arranged Lidl National League Division 1 fixture between Mayo and Waterford as both counties aim to make up ground on the pace-setters.

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Boost for Galway as Joe Canning fit to face Tipperary

Galway hurling manager Shane O’Neill has received a boost with Joe Canning set to be available for next Sunday’s clash with Tipperary in Salthill.

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‘He gave them every chance’: Pádraic Joyce unhappy with added time in Galway win

Even a stopped clock gives the right time twice a day.

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Ronan McCarthy praises Cork after ‘crucial victory’ puts them in pole position

Cork’s third win on the bounce, and easily the most impressive of the lot.

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David Clifford red just one regret among many for Kerry

Different venue, same old Tyrone v Kerry. Like, why always them?

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‘I’m massively frustrated’: Andy McEntee lets rip after another time-keeping dispute

Meath manager Andy McEntee let rip at referee Sean Hurson after another Division 1 game ended with a dispute over time-keeping.

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Dublin make three changes for Croke Park clash with Cork

Dublin boss Mick Bohan has made three changes in personnel as the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Champions prepare to welcome Lidl National League Division 1 holders Cork to Croke Park.

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Boost for Tyrone as McShane decides against Aussie Rules career

Tyrone All-Star Cathal McShane has decided against a career in Australian Rules football.

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Áine O’Sullivan’s brace sees champions Cork past Tipperary

Reigning champions Cork proved too strong for Tipperary in their Lidl National Football League Division 1 clash at Ardfinnan with goals in each half from Áine O’Sullivan the difference between the sides.

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Cork get camogie league campaign off to winning start at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Cork got their Littlewoods Ireland Division One camogie league campaign off to a winning start at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

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Taylor looking to future after halting Sligo’s losing streak

Sligo snapped a 13-game losing streak in Ruislip on Sunday but manager Paul Taylor maintained that there was no added significance in the defeat of London at McGovern Park.

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Ladies football wrap: Tipp hold Dublin as five-goal Waterford beat Galway

A remarkable performance and late equaliser from Tipperary’s Aishling Moloney earned Shane Ronayne’s side a point as TG4 All-Ireland champions Dublin were unable to get their Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 campaign off to a winning start in Ballyboden.

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Moloney magic earns Tipp ladies draw against All-Ireland champions Dublin

The outstanding Aishling Moloney kicked a point deep into stoppage-time to earn Tipperary a share of the spoils with Dublin at the end of a tense Lidl NFL Division 1 clash at Ballyboden St Enda’s.

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Canning and Whelan see Galway off to winning start against Westmeath

Conor Whelan’s first half goal paved the way for Galway as Shane O’Neill’s side got their national hurling league Division 2 campaign off to a winning start against 14-man Westmeath.

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Dessie Farrell and Peter Keane want return of six subs

Kerry and Dublin managers Peter Keane and Dessie Farrell support a return to a maximum of six substitutes in Gaelic football.

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