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Had they not had two players sent off in the last quarter against Tyrone in Omagh in that qualifier one of them unjustified when just one point separated the sides, the course of 2008 might well have been different...Not bad for a team that was still
For a player who burst on to the scene in 1998, winning an All-Ireland in his first season, defeat at Casement Park to Antrim in the back door wasn't the Hollywood ending befitting a footballer of his calibre. But then that had become the norm for
Thursday November 08 2012 There is renewed speculation about the future of Galway's Padraic Joyce, with suggestions that he more than likely won't be involved at inter-county level in 2013, writes colm keys. Joyce has yet to make public a decision
Wednesday October 24 2012 Galway midfielder Joe Bergin has decided to retire from inter-county football after 13 years playing for the Tribesmen. The 31-year-old former Young Footballer of the Year said a combination of factors including a busy work
Thursday July 05 2012 Eoin Cadogan's decision to throw his lot in with the Cork footballers this weekend sees Jimmy Barry- Murphy hand a full championship debut to Christopher Joyce for Saturday's hurling qualifier clash with Offaly at Pairc Ui
County championship football was always very big in Kerry but I believe it's taken a turn for the worse and I'm not alone in thinking this way. The standard of club football is a reflection of county football. Everyone is buying into the over-
Anthony Cunningham's side had the game wrapped up by the interval as they had opened up a 4-11 to 1-10 lead by the short whistle. The Tribesmen enjoyed a dream start when Conor Cooney found the back of the Offaly net twice in the space of a minute.
Monday May 21 2012 Joe Bergin has paid tribute to Michael Meehan for refusing to quit football when medical advice suggested it was a very real option. Meehan is continuing to play without sufficient cartilage in his left ankle, which almost forced
AS they will be the last team to enter the Championship, Mayo's needs are more acute than Armagh's ahead of their League clash at the Morgan Athletic Grounds tonight. No semi-final appearance would leave an 11-week period between their final-round
Monday February 20 2012 THE big clue as to the likely winners was contained in the team-sheet as Leinster had no fewer than 11 Kilkenny men on their starting line-up -- including the entire defence and midfield -- and added another in the second half.