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Croker tickets

Tickets are now available for the NFL finals at Croke Park on Sunday week, where our Division 1 decider against the Donkey Ayters will be the main course on the menu (throw-in at 4 pm) following the Division 2 hors d’oeuvre served up by Armagh and Down at 2 pm. Because it’s just the secondary national title that’s on offer […]

Monday morning match reports

One of the nice things about this winning run is that you get to drool over all that positive media coverage in the papers the following morning.  Of course, with all the online content that’s now available – which has implications for the print media, a topic that An Spailpín is ruminating over this morning – you could I suppose […]

Going South

The sun is shining and it’s veering on warm here in the capital today, where, with my Mac still busted and lots of non-laptop stuff to do, this’ll need to be a quick one. The Brother and myself are heading off tomorrow morning to Páirc Uí Chaoimh for the match  – that’ll be another GAA ground ticked off the list […]

No team before Sunday once again

I understand that our rather successful policy of naming the team on the day is set to continue for the trip to Cork this coming Sunday.  From what I gather, fitness tests are still awaited on both Enda Varley and Ronan McGarrity and Johnno obviously wants to see if either of them will be available before deciding on his starting […]

Cork clashes

With the Cork match now just over four days away, it’s worth having a look at our past record against them, seeing as it’s our first encounter with them since early 2007, at which point in time my results archive was just an idea that hadn’t gone anywhere.  Now that it spans a full sixty-one years, it’s easy to do […]