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Gaelic football

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  1. GAA concerned over black card reversals

    The controversy over black cards shows no signs of relenting after two of three awarded in one Ulster game were reversed and another from the same province last weekend was ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent

  2. Sinead Kissane: Munster's phoney war is still an event I wouldn't miss for world

    Before you read, an anti-spoiler alert. If you want a piece which hams up the importance of the Munster football final, you better not read on. If you want an ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent

  1. An opportunistic Gaelic football club yesterday launched a bold bid to capitalise on the despair of Garth Brooks fans following the announcement that the singer had not been granted a ... FULL ARTICLE AT Irish Examiner

  2. Double act Hickey and O'Grady fire Kingdom to title

    All-Ireland champions Cork were dethroned by a much slicker and more potent Kerry side, which carried too much firepower for the visitors, in an entertaining final in Tralee. FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent

  3. Paralysis by analysis is a concern of Donnchadh Walsh’s in the modern age of Gaelic football. FULL ARTICLE AT Irish Examiner

  1. Fans should hold their fire – Kerry are far from done yet

    I did a bit of a Greta Garbo thing in Ennis, slipping on to the terrace with a cap pulled low over my eyes, hoping to stay invisible. It was ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent

  2. Kingdom burn 'dirty petrol' off

    Eamonn Fitzmaurice's post-match interview was only seconds old when he referenced "dirty petrol". Kerry had been almost three months out of action, he explained, and some sort of sluggishness ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent

  3. Inspirational Mark Hughes fires Longford past weak Derry

    A moment of skill from Longford substitute Mark Hughes dumped Derry out of the All-Ireland qualifiers in stunning fashion yesterday. FULL ARTICLE AT The Irish Independent

  4. Pittsburgh-area sisters share passion for Gaelic football

    For sisters Bridgette Kennedy and Maureen Kennedy Macel, Gaelic football isn’t just a pastime. It is a family affair. The sport was shared with the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Pittsburgh Entertainment

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Gaelic football (Irish: Peil, Peil Ghaelach, or Caid), commonly referred to as "Football" , "Gaelic" or "Gah" is a form of football played mainly in Ireland. It is, together with hurling, currently one of the two most popular spectator sports in Ireland. Statistics show the game drawing significantly more spectators than any other sport in Ireland; 2005 ESRI figures indicate that it draws 34% of... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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