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GAA Football & Hurling
Whelan advises Royals to "have a cut off the Dubs"against Dublin in tomorrow's Leinster SFC semi-final at Croke Park, insists Cia
Whelan advises Royals to "have a cut off the Dubs"
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 3 days ago
against Dublin in tomorrow's Leinster SFC semi-final at Croke Park, insists Ciaran Whelan. The Royals will travel to GAA headquarters more in hope than expectation and, writing in The Irish Independent, the former Dublin midfielder states:“If... Read more
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RTE News
At a glance: Championship weekendofficials meant that Meath were awarded a one-point game. After much wrangling
At a glance: Championship weekend
RTE News / Posted 3 days ago
officials meant that Meath were awarded a one-point game. After much wrangling and negotiation, this rematch takes place at GAA Headquarters three weeks later. The Royals were underdogs the last day, making a repeat all the more difficult, and... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Antrim prefer home comforts to Crokerthem. That's according to joint-manager Frank Fitzsimons, who is of the belief
Antrim prefer home comforts to Croker
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 4 days ago
them. That's according to joint-manager Frank Fitzsimons, who is of the belief that teams "must earn the right" to play at GAA headquarters. Antrim were offered the chance to play the qualifier in Croker as part of a double-header with the hurlers'... Read more
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RTE News
Tómás Ó Sé: Monaghan's big players key to victoryDublin will face old foes Meath in Croke Park in the Leinster SFC semi-final an
Tómás Ó Sé: Monaghan's big players key to victory
RTE News / Posted 4 days ago
Dublin will face old foes Meath in Croke Park in the Leinster SFC semi-final and few expect the Royals to cause an upset at GAA headquarters. Ó Sé is also part of that camp, adding that Meath’s depleted squad doesn’t help their cause. “Meath will... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
McCusker eyes Croker returnside’s aim is to get back to Croke Park again this year. The Ulster side met D
McCusker eyes Croker return
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 4 days ago
side’s aim is to get back to Croke Park again this year. The Ulster side met Dublin in the All-Ireland SFC quarterfinal at GAA headquarters last year and McCusker told the Fermanagh Herald that their aim was to get back there. However, Pete... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
O'Neill returns to Antrim foldbetween Antrim and Meath on Saturday, June 25. The footballers have apparently
O'Neill returns to Antrim fold
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 18 days ago
between Antrim and Meath on Saturday, June 25. The footballers have apparently been offered the opportunity to play at GAA headquarters for the second time this year, but they may not be prepared to give up home advantage for the first round... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Higgins helps Mayo to first Rackard Cupto 1-15 scoreline to claim their place in the Christy Ring Cup next season. It
Higgins helps Mayo to first Rackard Cup
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 23 days ago
to 1-15 scoreline to claim their place in the Christy Ring Cup next season. It was a long overdue success for Higgins at GAA headquarters after losing All-Ireland finals with the footballers in 2006, 2012 and 2013. Who knows, this victory could... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Glory days for Bruce Springsteen in his beloved Dublinas his legion of Irish fans screamed for still more after a three-and-a-half ho
Glory days for Bruce Springsteen in his beloved Dublin
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
as his legion of Irish fans screamed for still more after a three-and-a-half hour rock-fest to mark his first ever gigs at GAA headquarters. "We love, love, love, love Ireland," he announced. The Boss also said that Dublin had a claim on his and... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
GAA dancing all the way to the bank thanks to 'The Boss'2016 The two sold out Bruce Springsteen Croke Park concerts this weekend will
GAA dancing all the way to the bank thanks to 'The Boss'
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted a month ago
2016 The two sold out Bruce Springsteen Croke Park concerts this weekend will boost the GAA’s coffers to the tune of €2m. GAA headquarters rocked last night as ’The Boss’ performed in front of a capacity 81,000 fans and the 66-year-old will do it... Read more
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Herald.ie
The Boss does one hell of a job to leave his overjoyed fans Dancing in the Darkfor tonight too. If not, we're going to sit over there (outside the stadium) an
The Boss does one hell of a job to leave his overjoyed fans Dancing in the Dark
Herald.ie / Posted a month ago
for tonight too. If not, we're going to sit over there (outside the stadium) and listen to the show." Elsewhere outside GAA headquarters, eight-year-old Maria Nowacki from Cavan town was looking forward to attending her first concert with her... Read more
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