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Registration open for webinar on nursery hurling

Registration is now open for our fifth hurling specific webinar, Nursery Hurling: Values and Guidelins, Part 2 which takes place next Monday, June 8, at 8pm Irish Time.This workshop will be presented by Damien Coleman, Connacht Hurling Development Manager. It is a follow on to the very well received Part
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Sure - GAA Move More at Home | Lesson 4: Changing Direction

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A Few Small Challenges- Week 3

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AIG and Dublin Footballer Eoin Murchan show support for Aoibheann’s Pink Tie

AIG Insurance, proud sponsor of Dublin GAA, have teamed up with Aoibheanns Pink Tie and the Dublin Senior Football Team to send personalised messages to children and their families battling cancer throughout Ireland as well as helping to launch a fundraising drive to support the important work the charity does.
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Minster Simon Harris lauds GAA clubs for their help fighting COVID-19

By John Harrington The Minister for Health, Simon Harris TD, recently visited the COVID-19 Community Testing Centre in Croke Park. While there, he spoke to GAA.it about the hugely positive role that GAA clubs have taken on in the fight against COVID-19. Q: Minister, you've been here in Croke Park
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Player Interview: Danny Lafferty 03-06-2020

Player Interview: Danny Lafferty 03-06-2020

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Stubborn Swiss stifle Brazil

Stubborn Swiss stifle Brazil


  • Philippe Coutinho opened the scoring with a superb strike

  • The Swiss have not lost an opening match at the FIFA World Cup since England 1966

  • RELIVE: As it happened, stats, more Post-match press conferences


Brazil looked all set to party at one stage but ended up trapped in Switzerlands intricate defensive web, with a 1-1 draw a fair result as the two sides made their Group E debuts at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.



Having dominated possession but without creating clear-cut chances, the tournament favourites took the lead after 20 minutes thanks to the kind of strike Philippe Coutinho has become known for: a spectacular curling drive from outside the box that curled right into the far corner of Yann Sommers net.



It looked as if the Rostov night would have a samba beat, but the Swiss had other ideas. Maintaining their intensity, they conjured up an equaliser just after the restart, with Steven Zuber nodding home from inside the six-yard box. The five-time world champions promptly lost their poise, and though they created some late chances, both their finishing and their play was slightly off key.



Team Reporter Analysis



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Brazil were unable to impose their style against very physical opponents. Neymar and his team-mates endured a tough evening and despite Coutinhos early strike it was not until the end of the game that their best chances came. That said, A Seleo never expected it to be an easy night.









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Neymar Jr of Brazil during the 2018 FIFA World Cup match between Brazil and Switzerland at Rostov Arena




























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ROSTOV-ON-DON, RUSSIA - JUNE 17: Neymar Jr of Brazil looks on during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group E match between Brazil and Switzerland at Rostov Arena on June 17, 2018 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images


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ROSTOV-ON-DON, RUSSIA - JUNE 17: Neymar Jr of Brazil looks on during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group E match between Brazil and Switzerland at Rostov Arena on June 17, 2018 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images


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Neymar Jr of Brazil during the 2018 FIFA World Cup match between Brazil and Switzerland at Rostov Arena




























Neymar Jr of Brazil during the 2018 FIFA World Cup match between Brazil and Switzerland at Rostov Arena















































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