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Limerick to raise the stakes

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Limerick senior hurling manager John Kiely has emphasized that they must improve their efforts for the 2018 campaign. Kiely declared that their hard work in 2017 was undeserving, however having won the All-Ireland under-21 title earlier this year, the future was without doubt bright for the county. Kiely was talking at the hurlers’ fight night […]

Abusing officials should come to an end
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The abuse of referees must be brought to an end otherwise games will possibly be canceled according to Leitrim GAA chairman Terence Boyle. Speaking at last Monday night’s county convention, Boyle emphasized the need for new referees in the county, where canvassing for additional officials is being held back by the abuse that those already […]

Staunton wants to set example for female athletes
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Cora Staunton said she wants to set as an example that female GAA athletes can become professional players. Staunton will fly to Ausralia and will play for an AFLW team. The Mayo All-Ireland winner will become the first international sportswoman to be drafted to play in the Australian league. “There’s the professional element of it, […]

Limerick to raise the stakes

Limerick senior hurling manager John Kiely has emphasized that they must improve their efforts for the 2018 campaign. Kiely declared that their hard work in 2017 was undeserving, however having won the All-Ireland under-21 title earlier this year, the future was without doubt bright for the county. Kiely was talking at the hurlers’ fight night […]

Preliminary fixtures are ready for O’Byrne, Walsh and Kehoe Cups

The first round fixtures for the 2018 O’Byrne, McGrath and Kehoe Cup have been drawn. When all’s said and done, there are 10 games down for conclusion on Saturday, December 30th and the entire of fixtures are as follows: Saturday, December 30th O’Byrne Cup round 1Offaly v Wexford, O’Connor Park, 2pmLouth v Longford, Gaelic Grounds, […]

Special committee established by Kerry to keep young players at home

A special committee is to be established by Kerry GAA in order to fight the loss of young players from the game. The Kingdom particularly have been hit by a raft of players heading down under to try their hand in the AFL and it turn out to be so much of a worry that they […]

Connolly orders Howard to make breakthrough in 2018

Diarmuid Connolly orders Raheny clubman Brian Howard to put together his breakthrough with Dublin in “next six to eight months”. Howard was a part of the Dubs’ board for their All-Ireland SFC final win against Mayo back in September and was introduced as a substitute by manager Jim Gavin in July’s Leinster final win against Kildare. […]