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Shocking Footage has emerged showing an asylum seeker threatening to kill female staff at a Dublin Office after he was told there was no money to give him. The Man of African Origin has a Travel Case with him and appears to have recently arrived in Dublin. The
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Darren Hughes: ‘We have the squad to compete in Ulster’

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Darren Hughes: ‘We have the squad to compete in Ulster’
Darren Hughes: ‘We have the squad to compete in Ulster’

By Cian O'Connell

The summer of 2016 ended in deep disappointment for Monaghan footballers. Crushing Championship defeats to Donegal and Longford in quick succession ensured Monaghan had plenty of time to reflect on what might have been.

Darren Hughes, such a central figure in Monaghans Ulster Championship triumphs in 2013 and 2015, occupied himself by helping Scotstown to a third County title in four years which eased the pain slightly.

On the eve of the Allianz Football League, though, Hughes is encouraged about Monaghans health despite the recent retirements of two Farney warriors, Dick Clerkin and Paul Finlay.

Hughes acknowledges that the Monaghan dressing room is a different place now. Yeah, it is, Hughes smiles.

Funny enough the couple of younger boys, we have a few characters there too, but Dick and Jap, they were great fellas to have about the place. Their experience on and off the pitch. They will be big losses, but them boys can't hang about forever.

They felt it was the right time to go, we feel that the young players have the potential to come through. Obviously they aren't going to turn it on overnight by being the next Paul Finlay in the next match, but it is about nurturing them boys in, about getting them experience and game time. Hopefully they will have a tale to tell later on in the year.

While the loss to Longford was a setback Hughes admits that Monaghan are eager to move on ahead of what promises to be another interesting campaign. We haven't really looked back on it as a group as such, Hughes says.

Malachy ORourke pulled us in and we just got back into training. My personal reflection on it was - people say we took our eye off the ball - but we prepared for that game the same as any other game.

We made a few changes to freshen the thing up, but Longford came with a game plan. We could still be there and we wouldn't beat them. That day they were kicking them over from everywhere, we had no answer to what they threw at us.

Malachy O Rourke remains in charge of Monaghan.Malachy O Rourke remains in charge of Monaghan.

It was just one of those days at the office. Some days you just have to take that on the chin and congratulate the better team. I suppose it gave us plenty of time to reflect. The one thing was when boys came back, nobody had a prolonged club season so boys came back a bit fresher with a few niggles cleared up.

Most of the boys are fully training from January. In previous years maybe we would have been training in January with 18 or 20 boys, with 15 boys getting rehab or going through different programmes. A lot of the boys are chomping at the bit.

Even though 2016 brought tough moments Hughes feels there is significant talent in Monaghan. If we look back on the League everything last year, we had a poor McKenna Cup, we won three League games and bar the Down game we had a poor Championship. Overall we had a poor year.

We still feel we have the nucleus of a good squad to compete in Ulster, we had proved that over the years. I suppose we are going to have to back that up by having a good National League and summer.

ORourke, such a shrewd sideline operator, remains in charge for a fifth year which is crucial according to Hughes. That was imperative for us as players. We knew after four years and a very disappointing Championship loss, it would have been easy for Malachy to walk away, but we knew we still had the nucleus of a strong squad.

We won the Ulster Under 21 championship last year and have good players coming through with winning experience. Them boys are in the senior dressing room with a winning habit. Years ago wed have been coming into the dressing room and the seniors hadnt won anything and the underage boys hadnt won anything and there was no winning mentality in the team.

These boys are coming in and they want to win and they know the feeling of winning and the craic you can have after it and everything that goes with winning.

They want more of that, thats why they are there. For the work Malachy and his backroom team put in this last four years it would have been too much to throw away and where would you get a top quality manager that is going to want to come to Monaghan. They had all the work put in and it was vital we kept them to keep the machine moving.

Dublins Ciaran Kilkenny and Monaghans Darren Hughes were in Dublin on Wednesday to announce details of eir Sport's expanded coverage of the 2017 Allianz Leagues. eir Sport will broadcast a total of 23 live games, an increase from the 17 which have previously been broadcast.

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Lee Keegan retires from inter-county football

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By Cian O'Connell Lee Keegan has announced his retirement from inter-county football.Widely regarded as one of Mayo's greatest ever players Keegan made 67 championship appearances for the green and red.Keegan, who represented Mayo on 140 occasions, won seven Connacht SFC titles and an Allianz Football League crown. An influential figure
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Easkey hurling story continues to unfold

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By Cian OConnell On the eve of an AIB All-Ireland Club JHC Final for Easkey, Bernard Feeney is well and truly aware of the significant work carried out at underage level in the club.Hurlers have been produced by the progressive Sligo outfit, who make the trip to Croke Park on
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Seán Kelly relishing Maigh Cuilinn's adventure

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By Cian OConnell During much of the past decade Maigh Cuilinns underage promise suggested that senior success could follow.Gleaning two Galway SFC titles in three years, while also adding an AIB Connacht Club crown in December perfectly illustrated Maigh Cuilinns development.Under the shrewd guidance of Don Connellan, Maigh Cuilinn have
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GAANOW: Young Gaelic Footballers to Watch in 2023

GAANOW: Young Gaelic Footballers to Watch in 2023

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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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McKenna Cup: Down record another big win, Derry and Cavan prevail

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BANK OF IRELAND DR. MCKENNA CUP SECOND ROUND RESULTS Down 2-14 Donegal 1-10Derry 0-11 Fermanagh 1-4Cavan 2-10 Antrim 0-9Conor Laverty made it two wins from two as new Down manager, both against Division One opposition, after his men made full use of home advantage against Donegal this afternoon.A fantastic run
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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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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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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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