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The high fielding powerful eight and nines may be replaced my mobile movers in the middle third. LiveGaelic.com looks at the 10 best midfielders since the turn of the millennium: 10. BRIAN FENTON (Dublin) Only an under 21 in 2014, Fenton has established himself as probably the game’s current top midfielder. Was man of the match in the 2015 final and was a key member of the successful win[..]

Fixtures (Subject to Change): Saturday 27th June – (Quarter-Final) – Waterford vs Cork (7pm Fraher Field, Dungarvan) Sunday 28th June – (Quarter-Final) - Clare vs Limerick (3.30pm Cusack Park, Ennis) Saturday 10th June – (Semi-Final) – Cork/Waterford vs Tipperary (7pm Pairc Ui Rinn/Semple Stadium) Sunday 11th June – (Semi-Final) – Clare/Limerick vs Kerry (Cusack Park, Enn[..]

WATERFORD 2-9 KERRY 1-9 (Munster Senior Championship – Saturday, 13th May – Fraher Field) The opening day of the 2017 championship produced a massive shock as Waterford secured their first Munster win since promotion in 2015. Second half goals from Michelle Ryan and Roisin Tobin put the Deise in control after Maria Delahunty kicked six points. Waterford were 2-9 to 0-8 ahead before a Kerr[..]

WESTMEATH 1-18 MEATH 0-19 (Leinster Senior Hurling Championship – Sunday, 14th May – Cusack Park) https://www.livegaelic.com/news/leinster-hurling-championship-westmeath-shade-qualification/ LAOIS 2-21 KERRY 3-15 (Leinster Senior Hurling Championship – Sunday, 14th May – Austin Stack Park) https://www.livegaelic.com/news/leinster-hurling-championship-laois-end-kerry-dreams/ DUB[..]

LAOIS 2-21 KERRY 3-15 (Sunday, 14th May – Austin Stack Park) Laois overturned the concession of two Shane Nolan goals in a minute to finish the round-robin series with maximum points and book a quarter-final with Wexford. Unless they lost by over 12 points, Laois would qualify for the knock out stages but Eamonn Kelly’s men wanted to maintain their winning habit responding in the third q[..]

SUNDAY’S BIG MATCH TEAM NEWS (14th May)

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Posted by Keith Nulty in News | May 2017

Leinster Senior Hurling Championship – WESTMEATH vs MEATH (3pm TEG Cusack Park) Leinster Hurling ChampionshipWESTMEATH vs MEATHhttps://t.co/jKZ8gV9MmOVOTE NOW and follow https://t.co/ihCPmIhR3O @SportsNewsIRE— Live Gaelic Scores (@LiveGaelicScore) May 11, 2017 Westmeath – Paddy Maloney; Conor Shaw, Tommy Doyle, Tommy Gallagher; Aaron Craig, Paul Greville, Shane Power; Cormac Boyl[..]

KERRY vs LAOIS (Sunday, 14th May – 3pm Austin Stack Park) These teams are well acquainted after four meetings since 2016 but this is their first championship encounter and a game that carry major significance for both teams. Kerry can qualify for the Leinster quarter-finals should they prevail and Meath (against Westmeath) don’t better their winning margin by five points. But the Munste[..]

WEEKEND FIXTURES (13th – 14th May 2017)

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Posted by Keith Nulty in News | May 2017

SATURDAY 13th MAY Munster Senior Ladies Football Championship WATERFORD vs KERRY (2pm Fraher Field, Dungarvan) Munster Intermediate Ladies Football Championship LIMERICK vs CLARE (2pm Martinstown) Lory Meagher Cup Hurling Round 4 WARWICKSHIRE vs LEITRIM (1pm Pairc na hEireann) LANCASHIRE vs CAVAN (2pm Old Bedians, Manchester) SLIGO vs FERMANAGH (3pm Markievicz Park) Leinster Minor[..]

AFL DEBUT AWAITS MARK O’CONNOR!

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Posted by Keith Nulty in News | May 2017

Former All-Ireland winning captain Mark O’Connor will make his Australian Rules senior debut on Saturday after being drafted up to the Geelong Cats first team. The Dingle midfielder captained Kerry to a 4-14 to 0-6 over Tipperary in Croke Park in 2015 producing a man-of-the-match performance and he also was on the Kingdom’s successful side the previous year. In October 2016, he becam[..]

DAVID CLIFFORD DELIGHTS AGAIN!

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Posted by Keith Nulty in Match Previews / Reports,News | May 2017

KERRY 2-17 CORK 1-10 (Munster Minor Football Semi-Final – Wednesday 10th May – Pairc Ui Rinn) The 2017 All-Ireland football championship is barely underway but one of the latest hottest talents emerging from the Kingdom the year after has already got the country buzzing. It’s an acknowledgment of appreciation when the opposing supporters applaud a performance. But when Cork clap a Ker[..]