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In Pictures: The Weekend's GAA

Updated: Sunday, 12 Feb 2012 21:38

But a brawl at half-time marred the Division 2 clash Brian Flanagan of Kildare is red carded In the end, Kildare were beaten by the Farney County Owen Mulligan was on the winning side for Tyrone Donncha O'Connor's penalty helped Cork to an easy win over Down Conor Counihan's men beat their 2010 All-Ireland final opponents Shane Enright and Eugene McVerry tussle - Armagh secured a surprise victory over Kerry Dublin's James McCarthy got a straight red for his elbow on Alan Freeman But the fog descended at McHale Park, and the match was called off Loughiel Shamrocks (red) beat Na Piarsaigh after extra time in the AIB All-Ireland club semi-final And they'll face Coolderry (white) in the final after the overcame Gort Ross Munnelly is marked by Paddy McGrath during Laois' win over Donegal -their first ever in Ballybofey Jim McGuinness was interviewed yards from former Donegal panel member Kevin Cassidy Tipp hurling manager Declan Ryan during his side's Waterford Crystal Cup semi-final win over Cork Paul Finlay fields - some good football was played in the Division 2 clash between Kildare and Monaghan
But a brawl at half-time marred the Division 2 clash Brian Flanagan of Kildare is red carded In the end, Kildare were beaten by the Farney County Owen Mulligan was on the winning side for Tyrone Donncha O'Connor's penalty helped Cork to an easy win over Down Conor Counihan's men beat their 2010 All-Ireland final opponents Shane Enright and Eugene McVerry tussle - Armagh secured a surprise victory over Kerry Dublin's James McCarthy got a straight red for his elbow on Alan Freeman But the fog descended at McHale Park, and the match was called off Loughiel Shamrocks (red) beat Na Piarsaigh after extra time in the AIB All-Ireland club semi-final And they'll face Coolderry (white) in the final after the overcame Gort Ross Munnelly is marked by Paddy McGrath during Laois' win over Donegal -their first ever in Ballybofey Jim McGuinness was interviewed yards from former Donegal panel member Kevin Cassidy Tipp hurling manager Declan Ryan during his side's Waterford Crystal Cup semi-final win over Cork Paul Finlay fields - some good football was played in the Division 2 clash between Kildare and Monaghan
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