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Kerry's dismal championship record against Down is one of the GAA's most eye-catching and baffling statistics. What's much less known however has been the blank drawn by Kerry teams in the League on Down soil. The best they have mustered before
Monday February 06 2012 Down 1-10 Donegal 1-9 These two teams could end up meeting in the Ulster Championship final later this season and, while both will appreciate there is plenty of work still to be done, this was a fairly decent start to Division
Monday October 17 2011 County champions Burren retained their title when they eased past a disappointing Clonduff side at Pairc Esler on Saturday night. Clonduff looked lively from the throw-in, but it was Burren who were first to score when Donal O'
Cork and Down played out a tense and thrilling All- Ireland final but sadly, yesterday evening's action held little drama or suspense for spectators. There was a clear winner right from the start and once again it was the men from the south -- only
Killarney where two of the game's central protagonists stopped to draw breath and measure the distance that they have travelled...At one stage of the afternoon, Kerry were temporarily in a league final with Dublin as Cork briefly trailed to Armagh 55
Monday April 04 2011 IT has been a long time coming but Dublin footballers have finally booked in for their first National final since 1999 and their first in Croke Park for 18 years. The 1999 league final was played in Pairc Ui Chaoimh, which means
This was Dublin's least impressive performance of the league so far, but they still managed to win and have booked a place in the league final -- a good night's work all things considered. Alan Brogan will take the plaudits for his match-winning