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Dramatic Day in Croke Park: Meath v Westmeath, Dublin v Kildare, 28 June 2015

Croke Park today was the scene of one of the great comebacks in recent GAA history. This was sporting drama at its colourful best. Westmeath, a team rarely burdened with the tag of favourites at this level, and playing against their heavily fancied neighbours whom they have never beaten in a championship game, found themselves outplayed and outclassed with 30 minutes gone and the scoreboard showing a deficit of 10 points. 848 more words

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How do you solve a problem like the GAA?

We’re reaching the midway point in the GAA championship now with provincial championships coming in abundance over the next few weeks. While today saw Westmeath shock their near neighbours we once again saw the sheer skill and class of Dublin overpower the a lacklustre Kildare team. 481 more words

Championship

Munster Vs Leinster

Another source of conflict in the house was Rugby and things could get pretty heated on the topic. Although they both played on the same university team Rob and Jono’s loyalties were firmly drawn along old provincial battle lines. 852 more words

Irish Life

Leinster Track and Field: Kilkenny Medal Winners (Sat/Sun)

Track Results

Walks: Boys’ U-14: 2 Henry Farrell (G); Boys’ U-15: 1 Nicky Connolly (CC), 2 Tadgh Knox (SS); Girls U-17: 1 Isabel Morgan (SS); 4 Molly O Shea (SS); 364 more words

Championship

Top Cats - Kilkenny v Wexford 21 June 2015

Despite being filled with nearly 20,000 fans, and ablaze with the black and amber of Kilkenny and the yellow and purple of Wexford, Nowlan Park today was a relatively sombre place. 740 more words

Sport

Leinster U-14/19 Saturday Results (Kilkenny athletes)

Some results from day 1 of the Leinster Juvenile Track and Field Championships (U-14/19) with some more results to be added

Track Results

Walks:
Boys’ U-14: 2 Henry Farrell (G) 261 more words

Championship

The top 6 in the Pro12

Glasgow
Glasgow are the deserving champions and it is hard to avoid a feeling of optimism around that. Firstly, in pure rugby terms, Glasgow have been slowly improving over the last number of years and this championship is the reward for that steady progress. 949 more words

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