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96% fall in climate related deaths over past century

96% fall in climate related deaths over past century

Figures from the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) show that over the past 100 years, climate related deaths from storms, floods, droughts, wildfires and extreme temperatures have dropped by 96%, from an average of 485,000 per year in the 1920s to 18,000 per year in
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Remember the Dublin Grassroots Network - "No Borders No Nations" . How is that going for us now

Remember the Dublin Grassroots Network - "No Borders No Nations" . How is that going for us now

The Dublin Grassroots Network was a coalition of radical socialist and communist groups which arose from the national Grassroots Gathering in 2001. Its activists came from campaigns focusing on issues such as pro-abortion activism, anti-racism, housing, environment and anti-war with many describing themselves as anarchists, feminists, socialists and ecologists. Its
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GAA Referee’s Awards Banquet

GAA Referee’s Awards Banquet

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Sean Walsh, Chairman of National Referee Development Committee, paid tribute to the officials who were honoured with gold and silver awards at Croke Park on Saturday evening.A new initiative the gold and silver awards recognise those who have refereed 50 gold and 25 silver Championship matches.It was a great night
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MacNamee Awards

MacNamee Awards

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The GAA MacNamee Awards are held annually to honour excellence in the area of communications, public relations and journalism, specifically related to the activities of the Association.These awards are named after the late Pdraig MacNamee, former President of the GAA, Chairman of the GAA Commission 1969-1971 and member of RT
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MacNamee Awards deadline extended

MacNamee Awards deadline extended

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The deadline for the GAA MacNamee Awards has been extended into January as the GAA looks to honour excellence in the area of communications, public relations and journalism, specifically related to the activities of the Association.These annual awards are named after the late Pdraig MacNamee, former President of the GAA,
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Antrim GAA clubs helping homeless

Antrim GAA clubs helping homeless

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Big-hearted GAA clubs in Antrim are making a difference to hundreds of families this Christmas by teaming up with St Vincent de Paul and homeless charity De Paul to spread seasonal cheer to the most vulnerable in society.#SaffronAid is an idea from Antrim GAA PRO Sean Kelly who has mobilised
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Ciaran Carey steps down as Kerry hurling manager

Ciaran Carey steps down as Kerry hurling manager

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By Cian O'Connell Ciaran Carey has stepped down as Kerry senior hurling manager.The Kerry County Board released a statement on Sunday evening confirming the departure of former Limerick star Carey.Due to increased work commitments, I am unable to give the necessary time required to manage the Kerry senior hurling team
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Sunday's Junior Club round-up

Sunday's Junior Club round-up

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AIB Munster JHC Final Mayfield Cork 2-18 Ballyduff Lower Waterford 3-10Mayfield delivered a fine performance to earn Munster JHC Final glory at Mallow.An excellent first half display from Mayfield ensured they departed 2-10 to 1-8 ahead at the break.David O'Neill and Shane Duggan netted goals for Mayfield, while Jack Lyons
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Cuala Are Champions After Commanding Display

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AIB Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship Final: Cuala Dublin 3-19, OLoughlin Gaels Kilkenny 1-16Cuala seized control of the AIB Leinster Club SHC final in the early minutes at OMoore Park today and captured their first provincial title in convincing fashion against OLoughlin Gaels.Beaten in last years final by Oulart-The Ballagh,
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Classy Cuala win AIB Leinster SHC Final

Classy Cuala win AIB Leinster SHC Final

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AIB Leinster SHC Final Cuala Dublin 3-19O'Loughlin Gaels Kilkenny 1-16By Paul Keane at O'Moore Park Con O'Callaghan produced another brilliant display as Cuala surged to an exciting success in Portlaoise.The Dublin senior football panel member reeled off 1-4 on a famous day for the Dalkey outfit who claimed their first
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AIB Munster Junior Club Hurling Championship Final – Mayfield (Cork) v Ballyduff Lower (Waterford)

AIB Munster Junior Club Hurling Championship Final – Mayfield (Cork) v Ballyduff Lower (Waterford)

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Mayfield Cork will play Ballyduff Lower Waterford in the AIB Munster Junior Club Hurling Championship Final on Sunday December 4th at 1:30pm in Mallow. This entry was posted
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AIB Munster Junior Club Hurling Championship Final – Mayfield (Cork) 2-18 Ballyduff Lower (Waterford) 3-10

AIB Munster Junior Club Hurling Championship Final – Mayfield (Cork) 2-18 Ballyduff Lower (Waterford) 3-10

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Mayfield Cork defeated Ballyduff Lower Waterford by 2-18 to 3-10 in the AIB Munster Junior Club Hurling Championship Final on Sunday December 4th at Mallow. This entry was posted
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AIB Munster Junior Club Football Championship Final – Glenbeigh-Glencar (Kerry) v Gabriel Rangers (Cork)

AIB Munster Junior Club Football Championship Final – Glenbeigh-Glencar (Kerry) v Gabriel Rangers (Cork)

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Glenbeigh-Glencar Kerry will play Gabriel Rangers Cork in the AIB Munster Junior Club Football Championship Final on Sunday December 4th at 3:15pm in Mallow. This entry was posted
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AIB Munster Junior Club Football Championship Final – Glenbeigh/Glencar (Kerry) 2-16 Gabriel Rangers (Cork) 0-10

AIB Munster Junior Club Football Championship Final – Glenbeigh/Glencar (Kerry) 2-16 Gabriel Rangers (Cork) 0-10

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Glenbeigh-Glencar Kerry defeated Gabriel Rangers Cork by 2-16 to 0-10 in the AIB Munster Junior Club Football Championship Final on Sunday December 4th at Mallow. This entry was posted
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Munster Inter-Provincial Panels Announced

Munster Inter-Provincial Panels Announced

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Team managers Anthony Daly hurling and Ger OSullivan football have announced their panels for the inter-provincial series on the weekend of December 10th and 11th. In hurling, reigning Munster and All-Ireland champions, Tipperary, lead the way with 9 players followed by Waterford with 8 players, Limerick with 5, Clare with
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Mooncoin Crowned Leinster Club Junior Champions

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AIB Leinster Club Junior Hurling Championship Final: Mooncoin Kilkenny 1-16, Ratoath Meath 0-12Despite a seven point winning margin, Mooncoin were made fight all the way by a very determined Ratoath side in this AIB Leinster Club Junior Hurling Final played at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny this afternoon.The sides were level on
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Kilkenny Champs Shock Celbridge In Club IHC Final

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AIB Leinster GAA Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Final: Carrickshock Kilkenny 3-12, Celbridge Kildare 1-16We could be on Crimecall next week, a Carrickshock player joked to a couple of his team-mates after their incredible snatch-and-grab raid stunned Celbridge at St Conleths Park.The Kilkenny club claimed the AIB Leinster Club IHC title
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Aogán Ó Fearghail: 'The flag and anthem are very valued'

Aogán Ó Fearghail: 'The flag and anthem are very valued'

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Uachtarn Chumann Lthchleas Gael Aogn Fearghail has clarified comments made regarding flying the flag and playing the anthem at venues throughout the country.In an interview on RTE Radios Saturday Sport Programme Fearghail stressed the importance the GAA places on its culture and heritage.They won't be scrapped, that is for
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Saturday's Junior and Intermediate Club round-up

Saturday's Junior and Intermediate Club round-up

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AIB All Ireland JFC Quarter-Final Dunedin Connollys Britain 1-9 Rosenallis Laois 1-6Dunedin Connollys celebrated a famous win in Edinburgh with Frank Molloy supplying the crucial goal.The rapidly improving Connollys were 0-6 to 0-2 ahead against the Leinster champions at the interval and they held out to claim an All Ireland
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Hetherton: 'Cuala have a great chance'

Hetherton: 'Cuala have a great chance'

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By Cian O'Connell "I think it would," Ciaran Hetherton replies when asked how important it would be for hurling in the capital if Cuala were to be crowned Leinster Champions. A Craobh Chiarain stalwart, Hetherton served as a selector for Anthony Daly between 2009 and 2014, and is the Leinster
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Kerry v Galway All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final 2022 | GAANOW

Kerry v Galway All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final 2022 | GAANOW

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SFC 1 - Ballyboden St Endas v Ballymun KicKhams

SFC 1 - Ballyboden St Endas v Ballymun KicKhams

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SFC 1 - Thomas Davis v Na Fianna

SFC 1 - Thomas Davis v Na Fianna

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Antrim win Junior final replay

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All Ireland Ladies Junior Football Final replay Antrim 3-15 Fermanagh 0-11By David Mohan Antrim ended a 10-year wait for the TG4 All-Ireland Junior title as they powered to victory over Fermanagh replay at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh.Two weeks after the draw in Croke Park when the Saffrons were extremely
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Kieran McGeeney to manage Armagh for ninth consecutive year

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Kieran McGeeney will continue as Armagh senior football team manager for a ninth consecutive season in 2023.McGeeney succeeded Paul Grimley in the role in 2015 and has made steady progress ever since.The 2022 season was the best yet, as an exciting young Armagh team held their own in Division 1
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Kearns recommended as new Offaly senior football manager

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Offaly GAA's management committee has recommended Liam Kearns as the new manager of the Faithful county senior footballers.Kearns was proposed to the management committee at a meeting on August 11 by a specially appointed sub-committee of Michael Duignan chairperson, Colm Cummins secretary, Dervill Dolan treasurer, Stephen Darby, and Paul Rouse.Kearns
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PWC Players of the Month for July/August announced

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The PwC GPA Womens Player of the Month and PwC GAA/GPA Player of the Month winners for July/August have been announced, acknowledging the finest individual performers on the biggest stage.Katie Nolan Kilkenny and Niamh OSullivan Meath are winners of the PwC GPA Womens Player of the Month Awards for camogie
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2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Football Team of the Year

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Electric Ireland, proud sponsor of the GAA Minor Championships, is pleased to spotlight 15 outstanding performers from the 2022 Minor Football season, today unveiling the 2022 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Football Team of the Year and the Electric Ireland Minor Star Football Player of the Year.This season, Electric Ireland
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Kieran McGeeney to manage Armagh for ninth consecutive year

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Kieran McGeeney will continue as Armagh senior football team manager for a ninth consecutive season in 2023.McGeeney succeeded Paul Grimley in the role in 2015 and has made steady progress ever since.The 2022 season was the best yet, as an exciting young Armagh team held their own in Division 1
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This week's club championship fixtures

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This week's club championship fixtures from around the counties.Thursday 18th August:Irish Wire Products Ltd Limerick Senior Football Championship: Fr. Caseys v Monaleen, Mick Neville Park, 6:45pm Friday 19th August:Michael Lyng Motors Hyundai Carlow Senior Football Championship: ire g Clg vs Bagenalstown Gaels, Netwatch Cullen Park, 7:00pm Palatine
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Inniskeen Grattans revel in Cúchulainn Cup success

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By John Harrington In its inaugural year, the Cchulainn Cup has already proven itself to be a competition that can really encourage the growth of hurling in developing counties.A lack of meaningful matches has always stunted development in counties with a small number of hurling clubs.But the Cchualainn Cup has
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O'Sullivan confident there's more to come from Meath ladies

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By John Harrington The dust had barely settled on Meaths back to back All-Ireland Ladies Football Final victory over Kerry when some analysts spooled out the line that this would be as good as it would get for the Royals.The fact that star players Vikki Wall and Orla Lally were
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Ferns St Aidan's make history with first Wexford SHC title

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Wexford SHC Final Ferns St Aidans 1-20 St Martins 0-22Jonny Dwyer was the hero for Ferns St Aidans as his beautifully cut sideline from all of 55 metres five minutes into extra-time secured the clubs first ever Wexford SHC title at Chadwicks Wexford Park on Sunday.It was a dramatic end
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Sport for All funding portal for clubs opens

GAA
An online application form is now open to GAA clubs in the 26 counties through which they can apply for Sport Ireland funding to support the delivery of Sports for All inclusive activities.This link is for all clubs in the 26-counties affiliated to the GAA, including Handball, Rounders, and any
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Biggest ever USGAA Finals take place this weekend

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One of the most anticipated weekends of the GAA calendar in the USA, the USGAA Finals takes place this weekend.Gaelic Park in Chicago will host the quarter-finals on August 19 with the competition culminating with the championship games on August 21st.120 teams will participate from Junior D up to the
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SFC 1 - Na Fianna v St Judes

SFC 1 - Na Fianna v St Judes

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96% fall in climate related deaths over past century

96% fall in climate related deaths over past century

Figures from the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) show that over the past 100 years, climate related deaths from storms, floods, droughts, wildfires and extreme temperatures have dropped by 96%, from an average of 485,000 per year in the 1920s to 18,000 per year in
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Remember the Dublin Grassroots Network - "No Borders No Nations" . How is that going for us now

Remember the Dublin Grassroots Network - "No Borders No Nations" . How is that going for us now

The Dublin Grassroots Network was a coalition of radical socialist and communist groups which arose from the national Grassroots Gathering in 2001. Its activists came from campaigns focusing on issues such as pro-abortion activism, anti-racism, housing, environment and anti-war with many describing themselves as anarchists, feminists, socialists and ecologists. Its
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