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CCC1 & CCC2 proposed Hurling Gradings
Fri, 30th January, 2015

CCC1 & CCC2 proposed Hurling Gradings

A Rúnaí, a chara, CCC2I attach the proposed gradings for the CCC2 ( U/13 to U/16) Hurling Leagues for 2015. These gradings will be discussed at a CCC2 County Delegate…

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Dublin Spring Series Ticket Information
Fri, 30th January, 2015

Dublin Spring Series Ticket Information

The Dublin Senior Football Team will play their 3 National League Home Games in Croke Park as part of the Dublin GAA Spring Series.Fixtures: Saturday 7th Feb - Walsh Cup…

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Dubs primed for defence of Division 1 title
Thu, 29th January, 2015

Dubs primed for defence of Division 1 title

It’s Allianz Football League time as the 2015 season launches this weekend with action at sixteen venues across all four Divisions.Between then and finals weekend on April 25/26, a total…

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Fixs: January 31 - February 1 (Intercounty)
Tue, 27th January, 2015

Fixs: January 31 - February 1 (Intercounty)

SATURDAYALLIANZ FL DIVISION 1MacCumhail Park, Ballybofey: Donegal v Derry, 7.0, M Duffy (Sligo), LIVE SETANTA Healy Park, Omagh: Tyrone v Monaghan, 7.0, P Hughes (Armagh), LIVE SETANTADIVISION 3Brewster Park: Fermanagh…

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South edge out North in Colleges thriller
Tue, 27th January, 2015

South edge out North in Colleges thriller

DUBLIN SOUTH 3-14 DUBLIN NORTH 1-16 (After extra-time)Dublin South needed extra-time to finally get the better of a battling Dublin North team on Monday night in Parnell Park in this…

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Fingal outclassed by Maynooth University
Mon, 26th January, 2015

Fingal outclassed by Maynooth University

MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY 1-17 FINGAL 0-6Fingal were fighting a rearguard action from the outset in this Keheo Cup clash at Swords on Sunday.Maynooth University led from the start and by half-time…

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Bulletin: Scór na nÓg
Mon, 26th January, 2015

Bulletin: Scór na nÓg

This year, the all-Ireland finals of the Scór competitions will be held in Dublin. Scór is the GAA’s cultural talent competition. The competition was started to give an outlet to…

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