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Dublin’s Nicole Owens ‘hoping to be back on the pitch for championship next season’

Dublin All-Ireland winner Nicole Owens expects to be back in time for next year’s TG4 Championship campaign after she claimed her third Brendan Martin Cup win.

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‘If Mick stays, I can’t see any of us going anywhere,’ says Dublin Ladies Football selector

Dublin selector Paul Casey says it’s crucial manager Mick Bohan remains on as the TG4 All-Ireland Senior winners push for a fourth successive crown.

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‘That was an absolute war out there’ – Dublin Ladies Football boss lauds his team’s experience to win three-in-a-row

Dublin’s experience of the big occasion was key to their third TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Final win in a row, according to their manager Mick Bohan.

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‘We were immensely proud of her’: Bohan shares moving story of Dublin mascot

Bohan shared the story of Niamh McMorrow, who overcame huge odds to be the champion’s mascot.

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Watch: Record-breaking attendance at Croke Park for ladies football final

56,114 fans packed into Croke Park to mark a historic day for the sport.

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Fighting breaks out between Dublin and Kerry supporters during final replay

Ugly scenes marred Dublin’s All-Ireland final replay win over Kerry on Saturday night, as Gardaí were forced to intervene in a fight between rival supporters.

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Louth secure All-Ireland Junior ladies football title

Louth left the disappointment of 12 months ago behind them as goals from Katie Flood, Niamh Rice and Lauren Boyle sealed their third TG4 All-Ireland Junior title.

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Kerry manager Peter Keane: Not happy to lose, but ‘terribly proud of the lads’

“You go away, you lick your wounds, gather yourself and come at it again next year,” said Peter Keane.

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Dublin win five in a row

Dublin win five in a row

Sports September 14, 2019

Dublin have won their fifth All-Ireland title in a row in a stunning battle with Kerry at Croke Park.

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Gavin keeps faith with Cooper as Dublin name same XV for replay

Cooper, who was sent off in the first half 13 days ago, will be looking to make amends as his side look for a historic five All-Ireland titles in a row.

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Kerry unchanged for All-Ireland final replay

Kerry have named an unchanged side for tomorrow evening’s All-Ireland football final replay with Dublin.

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Kerry should have won, but they haven’t missed their chance – Colm Cooper

Colm Cooper believes Kerry should’ve won the All-Ireland at the first attempt against Dublin – but doesn’t think the Kingdom have missed their chance.

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Team news: Dublin make two changes for final clash with Galway

Dublin manager Mick Bohan has made two changes in personnel to the team that lined out against Cork for Sunday’s TG4 All-Ireland Ladies Senior Football Final against Galway at Croke Park.

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‘He apologised. We got on with life’: David Gough on his phone call with Joe Brolly

David Gough has spoken about his phone call with Joe Brolly after the RTÉ pundit’s criticism of the referee’s All-Ireland final performance.

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TG4’s Underdogs to take on Mayo next month

Players from 16 counties are included on the Underdogs panel.

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Eamon Dunphy accuses RTÉ of ‘going soft’ over Joe Brolly absence

Former RTÉ soccer pundit Eamon Dunphy has criticised his former employers for “going soft” on sports analysis.

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Joe Brolly responds to RTÉ absence on Twitter

Joe Brolly has responded to the news he will not feature in RTÉ’s coverage of the All-Ireland football final reply on Twitter.

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Paul Galvin handed two-year term as new Wexford football manager

Paul Galvin has been ratified as the new Wexford senior football manager.

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Confirmed: Joe Brolly dropped from all RTÉ coverage of All-Ireland replay

Joe Brolly has been dropped entirely from RTÉ’s coverage of Saturday’s All-Ireland final replay.

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Champions Cork lead the way in minor football team of the year

All-Ireland champions Cork and beaten finalists Galway lead the way in the Electric Ireland minor football team of the year, with four players from either county selected.

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