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GAA Digest: O'Donoghue starts for Kingdom

GAA Digest: O'Donoghue starts for Kingdom

Éamonn Fitzmaurice has made three changes to the Kerry side that will meet Munster rivals Clare in the All-Ireland quarter-final at Croke Park on Sunday.
McElhinney: We pay no heed to McGuinness criticism

McElhinney: We pay no heed to McGuinness criticism

Donegal's Martin McElhinney has hailed manager Rory Gallagher as one of the best he has ever worked with and brushed off criticism from former boss Jim McGuinness.
At a glance: Championship weekend

At a glance: Championship weekend

It's the August Bank Holiday weekend and it's the first of the All-Ireland football quarter-finals, with Clare and Tipperary aiming to upset the odds against Kerry and Galway respectively, while in the final games in the qualifiers Mayo take on Westmeath and Cork face Donegal.
O'Connor: Banner game plan has to change

O'Connor: Banner game plan has to change

Clare's double All-Ireland winner Jamesie O'Connor doesn't believe his former team-mate Davy Fitzgerald will walk away from the Banner hot seat but is adamant that the style of hurling must change.
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