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Those lovely ladies

It’s remiss of me, I know, not to have said much to date about our ladies’ (no, that’s nor Our Lady’s and it has nothing to do with the impending Knock Novena either) senior championship campaign. Unlike the lads, the girls have been beating before and behind them all Summer long and already they’ve claimed the scalps of Galway, Kerry, […]

Cork and Meath set up semi-final showdown

So it’s Cork and Meath that have emerged from the Connacht/Ulster half of the All-Ireland series, with both qualifiers dumping out provincial champions to reach the penultimate stage. In doing so, they get to reactivate a significant rivalry of Gaelic football’s recent past, one that gave us two All-Ireland finals in the Eighties and another two at either end of […]

If you’re up to reading about it . . .

There’s plenty, as you might expect, about the Derry defeat in the Mayo News. There’s Mike Finnerty’s match report, which obviously makes for an uncomfortable read. There’s Daniel Carey’s report on Johnno’s after-match comments, most of which you’ll probably have seen already as they were contained in yesterday’s match report in the Indo. There’s a head-scratching “where the f**k do […]