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Feach Ar Agaidh bids to go one better when he lines up in the mile maiden. Jim Bolger's three-year-old colt made a pleasing introduction when second to Leafcutter in Gowran Park. Keith Moriarty, 16, gets the leg up again on hat-trick-seeking Calm Bay
Share Go To Aidan O'Brien is triple-handed with Palace, Dance With Another and Beyond Brilliance. Palace was seventh to Taghrooda in the Epsom Oaks after running fifth in the Irish 1,000 Guineas, while maiden winner Dance With Another has a second
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A combination of a busy schedule and injuries will see the Royals dig deep into their reserves as they look to keep their bid for a second successive promotion alive. Manager Mick O'Dowd is set to rest U-21 players Padraic Harnan and Bryan McMahon.
O Se and Aidan O'Mahony have returned to beef up the Kerry defence in time for their make-or-break league clash with Mayo tomorrow. Paul Grimley is bracing himself for a "backlash" when he takes his side to Navan for tonight's Allianz NFL Division 2
In Castlebar, where defeat may not condemn the loser to relegation, but will immerse both Kerry and Mayo in a battle that they may not have anticipated at this stage of the season? In Longford, where the home side meet Fermanagh, knowing that defeat
The Kerry captain underwent surgery on a knee fracture and an anterior cruciate ligament injury in Dublin last Friday and he starts the long recovery process that will rule him out of football until at least the end of the year. "It's great for Colm
Armagh's Aaron Kernan, Meath's Graham Reilly and Donegal's Eamon McGee were among those who were scathing yesterday of the way the GAA promoted last weekend's M Donnelly inter-provincial football semi-finals, which attracted some of the lowest
Cut out the speeches from whoever is presenting a cup after a final. It does not matter whether it is the county chairman, the GAA president or Barack Obama , nobody wants to hear about the great sporting game, the expression of thanks to the referee
In the US, lupus is most likely to affect African-American women. Yet, no one really knows what causes the disease, which is difficult to diagnose because its symptoms mimic a range of illnesses. In Brendan's case, he started to feel unwell in 2006. "