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Westmeath’s Gavin Hoey under pressure from Dublin’s Declan O’Mahony and Kevin Nolan during last Sunday’s O’Byrne Cup match at Cusack Park, Mullingar, Co Westmeath. Photograph: Inpho

Such is the sudden onslaught of fixtures this month that Dublin football manager Jim Gavin is anticipating as much trial as error, and he’s not alone.(...)

Galway’s Gareth Bradshaw holds possession despite the attentions of Neil Ewing of Sligo during the Connacht FBD Football League round one game in Tuam. Photograph: James Crosbie/Inpho.

Galway 3-10 Sligo 0-8Pat Flanagan’s reign as Sligo manager got off to a disappointing start when they were brushed aside by an impressive Galway side (...)

 Joe Duffy: Sponsors aren’t keen although a mention can lead to a spike in web traffic

The Liveline is open . . . for a new sponsor. Joe Duffy’s listener magnet is still on the hunt for a sponsor and, after nearly a year, the price has d(...)

 Conor McManus scores his Ireland’s first goal during the second Test against Australia at Croke Park.  Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

IRELAND 116 (6-22-14), AUSTRALIA 37 (2-7-4) – Ireland win the series 173-72: If tonight’s second test of the international rules series proves to be t(...)

Zach Touhy of Ireland celebrates scoring his side’s first goal with Ross Munnelly. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

IRELAND 57 AUSTRALIA 35It’s the way of the international rules series these days that the actual matches have been overtaken as talking points by the(...)

Ireland manager Paul Earley

No representatives from counties such as Kerry, Down, or indeed Cavan, hosts for the first Test, and no more than eight survivors from the last Int(...)

Ten Corkmen fail to keep Michael Meehan’s late free out of the net but it wasn’t enought for Galway. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Cork 1-17 Galway 1-16: Saved by experience here, Cork will not be able to tap into that advantage when facing Dublin in a repeat of the 2010 All-Irel(...)

Armagh’s Brendan Donaghy and Stephen Harold follow Thomas Flynn of Galway at Pearse Stadium. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Galway 1-11 Armagh 0-09: Free-scoring Armagh saw their All-Ireland campaign come to an abrupt halt against Galway at Pearse Stadium this evening.The O(...)

In the blizzard of criticism of the wavering accuracy of journalism in a report-first, double-check later era, it’s easy to overlook a related (...)

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