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GAA Weekend in Pictures

27 February 2016; Diarmuid Connolly, Dublin, scores a goal from a second half penalty. Allianz Football League, Division 1, Round 3, Dublin v Monaghan, Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Piaras Ó Mídheach / SPORTSFILE   Bernard Brogan keeps ...

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GAA Weekend In Pictures

An absolutely brilliant weekend of hurling and football has passed with many highlights! Well done to all the teams who claimed silverware in Croke Park yesterday, and commiserations to those who fell short. What about that for a match today between ...

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GAA Weekend in Pictures

Three TESCO HomeGrown Ladies National Football League finals and wins for Westmeath and Laois in the Leinster SHC Qualifiers make up this week’s GAA Weekend in Pictures. ...

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Women’s Weekend!

The weekend gone by was a massive weekend of women’s sport, and no one knows better than us! We were lucky enough to cover 7 games ranging from Peamount United versus Salthill Devon in the FAI Umbro under 16 Cup final, to Cork Church of ...

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GAA Weekend in Pictures

Silerware weekend at Croke Park with the four Allianz Football League Finals taking place. Dublin, Roscommon, Armagh and Offaly all claimed the titles, as focus now shifts to the championship. The Tesco HomeGrown Ladies National Football Leagues ...

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Ulster & Qualifier SFC Action

Monaghan are back in the Ulster Senior Football Championship Final with a 1-18 to 1-11 win over Armagh in the replayed Semi-Final at Clones. ...

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Weekend’s Gaelic Football Finals

Kerry are the Kings of Munster once more, with their minors and seniors taking claiming the provincial silverware on Sunday at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. The Seniors were too strong for their Cork rivals, out-scoring them by 0-24 to 0-12, with ten of ...

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A look back on the weekend’s Intercounty Gaelic Football Action

Gaelic Football Round-Up They were many big local rivalries renewed around the provinces at the weekend as the Senior Football Championships continued with matches in Leinster, Connacht, Ulster and Munster all down for decision.   Leinster ...

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