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A number of former local stars helped top-seeded Eastern Connecticut State University begin defense of its Little East tournament championship with a 5-1 victory over No. UMass-Boston in the opening round of the double-elimination event.
Fresh from the Kingdom's great escape from relegation in Omagh on Sunday, O Se welcomed the prospect of a break from the routine of playing games, but O Se says he can't understand how the Munster football championship has been fixed that way. Kerry
Brian Looby, Tadgh Bourke, Seamus Keating, Tom Devine and David Gartland all won the All-Ireland Colleges 'C' football title with St Augustine's Dungarvan at the weekend. They are also part of the combined Dungarvan Colleges team who will contest the
Much was made of how finely balanced hurling's top tier was last week but football's lowest rung is also particularly tight ahead of the final round this weekend. Table-toppers Limerick, who only pipped London the last day out, have to travel to
Waterford finished fourth in Division 1A and avoided the relegation playoffs but their league campaign is over while Galway play Kilkenny in the league semi-final. Both sides traded scores with Jake Dillon and Iarlaith Tannion pointing for their
Lar Corbett, Michael Cahill, Conor O'Mahony, Adrian Ryan, John O'Brien, Eoin Kelly and Pa Bourke all come into the team in place of Conor O'Brien, Johnny Ryan, Shane McGrath (injured), Seamus Callanan, Patrick Maher (work commitments), Brian O'Meara
There was a kick in Waterford's stride during their warm-down at the town side of the Cusack Park pitch. In contrast, Clare's heads and shoulders were stooped as they gathered in the opposite corner. Even though it was only the opening day of the
Fitzgerald served as Deise boss for three-and-a-half years, leading them to an All-Ireland final in 2008, and said yesterday that he believes Mullane could return to the county fold later in the season. "I wouldn't be surprised," Fitzgerald said. "
A reduction of 10pc, down to 900,000, has been agreed, but the principle of financially recognising the inter-county player has been retained something the GPA have fought hard for over a long period of time. Down from 3.5m at their peak at the
With 10 minutes to go to the break, Waterford edged in front with a Paul Whyte point, but three unanswered Clare scores from Daivd Tubridy (2) and Martin McMahon ensured a two-point half-time advantage. Waterford came thundering back, however, as