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O'Donoghue: Kerry are in a good place

O'Donoghue: Kerry are in a good place

Kerry's star forward James O'Donoghue believes his side have it in them to get over Mayo and qualify for the county's first All-Ireland final since 2011.
GAA team news: Horan keeps the faith

GAA team news: Horan keeps the faith

Mayo have named an unchanged side for Sunday's All-Ireland football semi-final against Kerry in Croke Park.
At a glance: the championship weekend

At a glance: the championship weekend

The first of the All-Ireland football semi-finals sees Mayo go in search of a first championship win over Kerry since 1996 - while in camogie the race for All-Ireland senior honours sees both semi-finals down for decision.
Camogie championship semi-final previews

Camogie championship semi-final previews

It's down to the last four in the Camogie senior championship, with a repeat of last year's final between Galway and Kilkenny and the meeting of bluebloods Cork and Wexford.
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