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Championship about to get underway

Every year, without fail, I’m always surprised about how early in the year that (a) the long evenings return, (b) those infernal dandelions start growing again, (c) the leaves return to the trees and (d) the Championship action gets going once more.  Tomorrow evening, all four boxes will have been ticked, with just another one – (e) how fast the […]

Pet’s predictions

A copy of the Sunday World’s magazine on the football Championship fell into my possession yesterday evening – not in exchange for any money I hasten to add, because you’d be correct to surmise that my uppity reading habits of a Sunday don’t include taking a copy of De Wuureld – but, as a result, I am now in possession […]

One that got away?

As I was watching Kerry pull away from Kildare to win last night’s U21 All-Ireland final by a comfortable margin of seven points, it was with a sense of what might have been. Although Kildare put it up to the Kingdom for the first fifteen minutes or so, once Kerry took the lead with a goal against the run of […]