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2014 season the all-time low for Dillon

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Ex-Mayo star Alan Dillon says that the All-Ireland SFC semi-final repeat loss to Kerry was all time lowest point in his inter-county career. Dillon, who broadcasted his retirement in November after 18 seasons, lost out in six All-Ireland finals with the Westerners while also winning eight Connacht titles in the green and team. He sees […]

Kelly thinks about running for the Irish presidency
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According to a report today, Irish presidency was taken into consideration by Former GAA president Sean Kelly, Mr. Kelly, who is presently a Fine Gael MEP, advised the Irish Examiner that he would “think about it” when questioned if he would consider bidding for president and added that he would be privileged if selected to […]

Walsh Park to host SHC games for the first time in 22 years.
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Walsh Park will be hosting Munster senior hurling championship games this summer after 22 long years. Na Deise bagged two home round-robin games in June – against Cork and Tipperary – and chairman Paddy Joe Ryan told RTE that they look forward to hold these games at the city venue: “Waterford County Board have decided […]

Redmond announces Wexford retirement

Wexford’s David Redmond has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling. The versatile Oulart-The Ballagh clubman spent 10 years with the Model County. “I wish to confirm my retirement from the Wexford Senior Hurling Team. It has been a huge honour to represent Wexford over the last decade. I would like to thank everyone involved in […]

Barron anticipates McGrath’s exit

Jamie Barron deems Derek McGrath will resign as Waterford hurling manager at the closing stages of the 2018 season. Having lead Na Deise to previous year’s All-Ireland final, McGrath took a number of months out to ponder his future before broadcasting on November that he was stayin on for one more year: “He’s only after […]

2014 season the all-time low for Dillon

Ex-Mayo star Alan Dillon says that the All-Ireland SFC semi-final repeat loss to Kerry was all time lowest point in his inter-county career. Dillon, who broadcasted his retirement in November after 18 seasons, lost out in six All-Ireland finals with the Westerners while also winning eight Connacht titles in the green and team. He sees […]

Kingston’s comeback lifted Laois

Laois have established a major lift to the lead of the start of the Allianz Football League with the comeback of Donie Kingston to the team. The dominant attacker has rejoined the team in front of the O’Moore County’s Division 4 starter against Limerick in Portlaoise on Saturday week, January 27. Reports has given Laois an […]