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GAANOW Rewind: 2011 Kevin McManamon goal in All-Ireland SFC Final v Kerry

GAANOW Rewind: 2011 Kevin McManamon goal in All-Ireland SFC Final v Kerry

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2013 Leinster SHC Final: Dublin v Galway

2013 Leinster SHC Final: Dublin v Galway

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CLASSIC HIGHLIGHTS | Ireland 1-1 Estonia - UEFA EURO 2012 Qualifying Play-Off Second Leg

CLASSIC HIGHLIGHTS | Ireland 1-1 Estonia - UEFA EURO 2012 Qualifying Play-Off Second Leg

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GAANOW: GAA Museum Hall of Fame - Frank Cummins, Kilkenny

GAANOW: GAA Museum Hall of Fame - Frank Cummins, Kilkenny

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22-year-old Sergio Garcia wins 2002 Canarias Open de España | Tour Rewind

22-year-old Sergio Garcia wins 2002 Canarias Open de España | Tour Rewind

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Michael Murphy wary of Meath challenge


By John Harrington

Donegal captain Michael Murphy is expecting a tough test from Meath in Phase One of the All-Ireland SFC Quarter-Finals this Sunday.

Donegal have already beaten Meath twice this year in competitive action already an Allianz League Division 2 clash in Ballybofey and then the Division 2 Final in Croke Park but Murphy says the nature of those contests has only made him respect the Royals all the more.

On both occasions, I think it would be fair to say that Meath should have won both of the games, said Murphy candidly.

We were very fortunate to come out on top.

In the League game in Ballybofey I think a last-minute goal that day brought us over the line and then in the League Final Meath were comprehensively ahead at half-time but with a couple of fortunate breaks in the second-half we managed to claw our way back into it.

It's going to be a huge game for us. Since the Ulster Final we've just been really preparing and looking at our own game because we didn't know who our opposition would be.

Between Declan Bonner, Stephen Rochford, Karl Lacey, and Gary Boyle they've really pushed us on in that regard and we've taken learnings from the Ulster Final that we need to put right now going into the quarter-finals.

Cillian O'Sullivan of Meath is tackled by Michael Murphy of Donegal during the Allianz Football League Division 2 Final match between Meath and Donegal at Croke Park in Dublin. Cillian O'Sullivan of Meath is tackled by Michael Murphy of Donegal during the Allianz Football League Division 2 Final match between Meath and Donegal at Croke Park in Dublin.

Donegal won the Ulster Championship in very impressive fashion, recording convincing victories over Fermanagh, Tyrone, and Cavan, but Murphy isnt inclined to put too much heed in those who have installed them as the most likely pretender to Dublins crown.

Come here, at the moment it's very hard to find that balance, he said.

I remember mid-way through Division Two earlier this year we were beaten by Tipperary down in Thurles and people were writing us completely off, that we were completely gone, and even turning up for the Championship wouldn't have been the right thing to do.

We knew at that time that we weren't as bad or as low as that. And, likewise now with the plaudits that are coming our way, we know we're not as good as that yet.

We need to prove that we belong in the quarter-finals. We fought really hard to get us back into this opportunity.

This time last year we were here too and we didn't come out the other side into the All-Ireland semi-final. In order for us to live up to the expectation that we have for ourselves we want to go one better this year and get out of this group.

That's really the challenge for us over the next four weeks and three games.

Aidan O'Shea of Mayo and Michael Murphy of Donegal during the 2017 Allianz Football League Division 1 Round 7 match between Mayo and Donegal at Elverys MacHale Park in Castlebar.Aidan O'Shea of Mayo and Michael Murphy of Donegal during the 2017 Allianz Football League Division 1 Round 7 match between Mayo and Donegal at Elverys MacHale Park in Castlebar.

Murphy isnt looking beyond the challenge of Meath this weekend, but admits the prospect of also having to play Mayo and Kerry in the quarter-finals is a motivating challenge.

Yeah, outside of Dublin they've been two of the best teams in the country over the last ten years. Kerry with the tradition they have are always going to be a formidable force.

When they get to Croke Park they always tend to have an extra pep in their step so that's going to be massive challenge.

And Mayo, they're storming back into thing. And I know with the injuries they have they'll all be cleared up by the time we roll around to Castlebar.

I suppose the learning that we did get when the Super Eights were in their infancy last year was that the first game is a huge one.

If you lose the first game it puts you on the back-foot right away. So that's all that's been in our thoughts over the last three weeks, this first game, and trying to get off to the correct start that's needed.

That'll be a huge task, but if you're good enough you'll get through the Super Eights and if you're not good enough then you'll be out of the Championship.

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Willie Barrett urges GAA referees to stay ready

By John Harrington The GAAs National Referees Development Committee Chairman, Willie Barrett, has urged referees to ensure theyre ready for a return to action if club or inter-county championship matches can be played before the end of the year.Barrett believes the best mindset for a referee to have right now
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WATCH: John Horan optimistic about Gaelic Games Coach Survey 2020 

GAA President, John Horan, believes the Gaelic Games Coaching Survey 2020 can be a hugely positive initiative for the Association.Over the next three weeks coaches at every level of football, hurling and camogie are being encouraged and urged to make their voices heard via the online survey. Details for the
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WATCH: Ard Stiúrthóir Tom Ryan gives an update on the GAA's roadmap to return

By John Harrington GAA.ie: Tom there was a meeting last night of the GAA's Advisory Group. Can you tell us a little bit about the group and the progress that has been made.Tom Ryan: That's right, John, yeah. It was the second or third meeting if I'm not mistaken. It's
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GAANOW Rewind: Rory McCarthy Wexford last minute goal v Cork in 2003 All-Ireland SHC Semi-Final

GAANOW Rewind: Rory McCarthy Wexford last minute goal v Cork in 2003 All-Ireland SHC Semi-Final
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The Hop Ball Episode 4- Pat Gilroy

The Hop Ball Episode 4- Pat Gilroy
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GAA and Barça Foundation to join Facebook Live event 

UNESCO Chairs at NUI Galway and Penn State will present a live discussion with representatives of Bara Foundationand the GAA toexplore sports role as a tool for good in supporting society and the development of life skills such as empathy and identity during Covid-19.Armagh footballer Caroline O Hanlonand Dublin Footballer
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GAA supports partners RNLI in call for \nwater safety this weekend

The life-saving partnership between the GAA and the search and rescue charity, the RNLI, is gearing up this bank holiday weekend to help save lives. The two organisations have been working together in communities throughout Ireland to share water safety advice with GAA players and to deliver water safety talks
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GAA President, John Horan, reacts to the launch of the Gaelic Games Coach Survey 2020.

GAA President, John Horan, reacts to the launch of the Gaelic Games Coach Survey 2020.
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1998 Leinster SFC Final: Kildare v Meath

1998 Leinster SFC Final: Kildare v Meath
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Get faster - Joe O'Connor's guide to Power and Acceleration

By Cian O'Connell As an endurance athlete, Joe O'Connor knows all about the value and benefits of long distance running. He cites the research carried out by the Gaelic Sports Research Centre, stating a GAA player with higher aerobic fitness has a greater tolerance to spikes in acute training load,
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