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National School competition launches as part of ‘Learn Our Anthem’ awareness initiative

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A centenary initiative to raise awareness and get families learning and singing Amhrn na bhFiann launches today Monday, 30th January 2023 officially at Croke Park. This initiative by Abair Linn Publishing starts with a competition for school children, supported by the GAA and Schoolbooks.ie The competition invites all
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GAA.ie Footballer of the Week nominees

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Roscommon's Niall Daly, Donegal's Caolan McColgan, and Meath's Shane Walsh are this weeks GAA.ie Footballer of the Week nominees.The voting process is simple: like their image on the GAA's official Instagram page.Voting will close at 10am on Tuesday, January 31, and the winner will be announced on GAA.ie.Niall Daly
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AIB Leinster Club SHC: Ballyhale march on

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AIB Leinster Club SHC Semi-Final

Ballyhale Shamrocks 3-22 Naas 1-16

By Paul Keane at Croke Park

An early speed wobble aside, Ballyhale Shamrocks were good value for their latest win in the AIB Leinster club SHC, eventually motoring through to next weekend's decider with a dozen points to spare.

Last season's All-Ireland runners up did fall six points behind initially as Kildare representatives Naas hinted that they might make a mockery of the long odds attached to them.

But goals from TJ Reid, who finished up with 1-6 for the three-in-a-row provincial champions, Joey Cuddihy and and Eoin Cody ultimately eased Pat Hoban's crew through to next weekend's decider.

They will face the winners of this afternoon's second semi-final betweenKilmacud Crokes and St Mullin's and will shoot for a record 12th Leinster success.

Naas, who won the AIB All-Ireland intermediate title last February, promoting them back to the senior ranks in Leinster for the first time since 2002, can be proud of their efforts and had a star attacker in Jack Sheridan who delivered from both frees and in open play, striking 0-12 overall.

Fresh off their four-goal quarter-final win over Shinrone, Naas came into the contest high on confidence and full of momentum.

Perhaps drawing on the positive vibes from that intermediate final win over Kilmoyley at Croke Park last February - a number of their players also played for Kildare in the Christy Ring Cup final win at GAA headquarters - they burst out of the traps and into a shock 1-5 to 0-2 lead at the quarter hour mark.

Sheridan, who took over the free-taking duties from dual player James Burke after the county final, drilled two early points and Harry Carroll added another from long range.

Then Cathal Dowling sniped a goal and suddenly the raging underdogs led by 1-3 to 0-1.

Remarkably, Naas carved out three decent goal chances before they actually hit the mark; captain Brian Byrne twice going close and Sheridan also forcing Dean Mason to save smartly.

By the time Shamrocks knew what had hit them, they trailed by six points and must have realised it wasn't going to be the cakewalk many had predicted.

To their credit, the five-in-a-row Kilkenny champions didn't panic and simply set about reeling in Naas, score by score.

Reid's 22nd minute goal from a penalty - Colin Fennelly was fouled by full-back Ross Kelly in the buildup - breathed life into their comeback.

Cody then slotted his second point and with 22 minutes on the clock they were already back on level terms at 1-6 apiece.

When Adrian Mullen then picked off a cracking point from the right sideline to move Ballyhale ahead for the first time in the 26th minute, it looked like they might go on to put some daylight between the teams.

Naas dug in though and the sides were level four more times in the run up to half-time with Darragh Corcoran's point for the holders in the 34th minute giving Ballyhale a narrow 1-11 to 1-10 interval lead.

Naas kept Ballyhale waiting for several minutes before they returned for the second-half. Tom Mullally and his management team were perhaps reminding the players that with eight first-half wides, three shots that dropped short and three goal chances, aside from the one they scored, they were proving more than a match for their vaunted opponents.

Ballyhale's strongstart to the second-half was ominous though and points from Ronan Cororan, Reid and Paddy Mullen stretched their lead.

The eight-time All-Ireland winners effectively sealed the win during a terrific 60 seconds of play late in the third quarter when they rattled the net twice.

Cuddihy struck the first of those goals and when they regained possession from the resulting puck-out, Ballyhale worked the ball to Cody who opted for goal from around 25 metres out and found the bottom right corner.

Naas did respond immediately with back to back points but the damage had been done and the Shamrocks could afford to go through the motions in the run in, Reid even opting for a cheeky looping pass over the top of the Naas defence to Fennelly for a goal attempt in the run in.

Scorers for Ballyhale Shamrocks: TJ Reid 1-6 1-0pen, 0-4f, Eoin Cody 1-2, Paddy Mullen 0-4, Adrian Mullen 0-4, Joey Cuddihy 1-0, Darragh Corcoran 0-3, Ronan Corcoran 0-2, Eoin Reid 0-1.

Scorers for Naas: Jack Sheridan 0-12 0-9f, Cathal Dowling 1-0, Kevin Whelan 0-2, James Burke 0-1, Harry Carroll 0-1.

Ballyhale Shamrocks: Dean Mason; Darren Mullen, Joey Holden, Killian Corcoran; Evan Shefflin, Richie Reid, Darragh Corcoran; Ronan Corcoran, Paddy Mullen; Joey Cuddihy, TJ Reid, Eoin Cody, Adrian Mullen; Eoin Kenneally, Colin Fennelly.

Subs: Niall Shortall for Cuddihy 50, Brian Butler for Killian Corcoran 61, Eoin Reid for Adrian Mullen 61.

Naas: Cormac Gallagher; Ross Kelly, Peter O'Donoghue; Harry Carroll, Rian Boran, John McKeon, Kevin Whelan; Conan Boran, Simon Leacy; Kevin Aherne, Brian Byrne, James Burke; Charlie Sheridan, Jack Sheridan, Cathal Dowling.

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Clare pip Waterford but fail to qualify for Munster SHL Final

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Co-Op Superstores Munster Hurling League Group A Round 3CLARE 1-24 WATERFORD 2-19By Eoin Brennan at Cusack Park A powerful eight point second half turnaround secured a first victory of 2023 for Clare but, without pucking a ball, it was their neighbours Tipperary who were the real winners after the result
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Kilmacud Crokes crowned AIB All-Ireland SFC club champions

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AIB All-Ireland Club SFC Final KILMACUD CROKES 1-11 WATTY GRAHAMS GLEN 1-9By John Harrington at Croke Park A year after losing an All-Ireland Final, Kilmacud Crokes held their nerve to win one by edging out Derry and Ulster champions Glen in an absorbing battle.Last year they lost to Kilcoo when
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AIB All-Ireland Club SFC SF: Glen edge out Maigh Cuilinn

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AIB All-Ireland Club SFC Semi-Final Watty Grahams, Glen 1-11 Maigh Cuilinn 0-12By Cian OConnell at Croke Park Promise has been attached to the Glen story, but this was a proud and memorable afternoon at GAA headquarters for the progressive Derry outfit.An AIB All-Ireland Club SFC decider against Kilmacud Crokes now
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Walsh Cup: Wexford defeat Kilkenny

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Walsh Cup Wexford 1-25 Kilkenny 2-18By Ronan Fagan at Chadwicks Wexford Park Richie Lawlor emerged as Wexfords hero after sinking an injury-time goal to see Darragh Egans charges overhaul Kilkenny in a dramatic conclusion to Saturday evenings Walsh Cup Group 2 showdown at Chadwicks Wexford Park.The result means that both
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Galway Grab Big Win

Galway Grab Big Win

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Home Galway Grab Big Win January 14th, 2023Walsh Cup Galway 1-21 Dublin 0-15By Paul Keane at Parnell Park A worthwhile trip to the capital for Galway who overcame a slow start at Parnell Park to eventually streak past Dublin and through to the Walsh Cup final.Back to
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Rathmore crowned AIB Intermediate Club Football champions

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AIB All-Ireland intermediate club football final RATHMORE KERRY 1-11 GALBALLY PEARSES TYRONE 0-11By Paul Keane at Croke Park Rathmore of Kerry are AIB All-Ireland intermediateclub football champions and they have a couple of goalkeepers to thank for it.Shane Ryan, the reigning All-Star 'keeper who helped Kerry to All-Ireland success on
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2023 All-Ireland SFC format explained

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With a new All-Ireland SFC format being adopted in 2023 the upcoming Allianz Football League carries added significance.Ultimately the 16 counties that will compete in Round One the All-Ireland series are to be seeded in the following way:First seeds: The four provincial champions Second seeds: The four provincial runners-up Third
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Allianz FL D2: Second half goals help Meath defeat Cork

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Allianz Football League Division 2MEATH 3-14 CORK 0-19By Stephen Barry at Pirc U Chaoimh Colm ORourkes young Meath side got off to a winning start in the Allianz Football League, a two-goal burst midway through the second half enough to take the scalp of Cork.Cork scored 7-40 in three pre-season
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Dessie Farrell chats to DubsTV after Allianz League Round 1 win over Kildare

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Allianz FL D1: Armagh earn victory

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Allianz Football League Division One Armagh 1-14 Monaghan 1-12By Colm Shalvey at Castleblayney Armagh made a winning start to the Allianz NFL for the third time in a row since their return to Division One when they held off a late charge from Monaghan in a topsy-turvy derby in front
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Allianz FL D4: Draws in both opening round games

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ALLIANZ FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR RESULTS Wexford 1-9 London 1-9Carlow 2-10 Wicklow 2-10Matthew Walsh was Londons hero as his goal in the 76th minute salvaged a draw for the Exiles in their league opener against Wexford at Chadwicks Wexford Park tonight.A good crowd of almost 3,500 people turned out for
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St Kieran’s Reach Corn Uí Dhúill Final

St Kieran’s Reach Corn Uí Dhúill Final

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Home St Kierans Reach Corn U Dhill Final January 28th, 2023Leinster GAA Corn U Dhill Semi-Final St Kierans College 3-18Coliste Eoin 2-10Robert Cribbin at Ardclough St Kierans College are into the Leinster PP Senior
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Round-up: Thursday's Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup action

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Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup Group C UCD 1-23 Maynooth University 0-22Group D UL 2-23 TUS Midwest 1-13Holders UL advanced to the quarter-final stage of the Electric Ireland Fitzgibbon Cup following a convincing 2-23 to 1-13 win over TUS Midwest.Tight early on, UL enjoyed a productive burst before half-time to earn
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Allianz FL D2: Late Clare surge stuns Louth

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Allianz Football League Division 2 Round 1CLARE 0-13 LOUTH 1-9By Eoin Brennan at Cusack Park An opening weekend feat of escapology from Clare who kicked four injury-time points to snatch victory at the death over Division 2 newcomers Louth in Cusack Park, Ennis.In a rare clash between two of the
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Allianz FL D2: Derry defeat Limerick

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Allianz Football League Division Two Derry 0-16 Limerick 0-4 By Steven Doherty at Owenbeg Derry led from gun to tape, defeating Limerick by 12 points at Owenbeg on Saturday afternoon.The reigning Ulster champions rarely got out of second gear, but were too good for a Limerick side that never threatened
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Allianz FL D3: Fermanagh and Down get off the mark

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ALLIANZ LEAGUE DIVISION THREE RESULTS Fermanagh 0-15 Longford 0-8Down 2-11 Tipperary 1-11Down and Fermanagh are the early leaders in Division Three of the Allianz Football league, after they picked up victories in contrasting styles against Tipperary and Longford respectively today.The first game of the 2023 Allianz Football League took place
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