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McGrath: Fermanagh can go on to win Ulster title

McGrath: Fermanagh can go on to win Ulster title

After productive league and championship campaigns in 2015, Fermanagh footballer manager Pete McGrath is now targeting silverware in the shape of a first Ulster title success for the county in 2016.
PODCAST: Big guns Dublin & Kerry cruise into semis

PODCAST: Big guns Dublin & Kerry cruise into semis

Former Armagh star Oisin McConville and journalist Jackie Cahill join James Rea to analyse the victories of Dublin, Kerry, Donegal and Tyrone over the weekend.
Kevin Ryan reveals plans to relinquish Antrim post

Kevin Ryan reveals plans to relinquish Antrim post

Antrim hurling boss Kevin Ryan is to step down once the county's involvement in the All-Ireland Under-21 Championship comes to a close.
Cork claim 'wrong decision' cost semi-final place

Cork claim 'wrong decision' cost semi-final place

The Cork County Board have claimed that their senior footballers would most likely be in the All-Ireland semi-finals if not for a "totally wrong refereeing decision".
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