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Read between the lines for the full story

clock June 27, 2013 11:29 by author JohnF
Kildare's approach to the game against the Dubs highlights a new tact by the Lilywhites [More]

Talking yourself up is the new talking yourself down

clock June 5, 2013 11:32 by author JohnF
Dublin, Mayo, Kildare and Donegal have not been shy in talking themselves up this year and it's set to become the latest trend in the GAA [More]

Talking Points: reflections on the weekend’s Allianz Football League

clock March 4, 2013 13:50 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Our staff writers tease out some of the issues arising from the weekend's gaelic football [More]

Talking points: what we learned from the weekend's GAA

clock February 11, 2013 13:49 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Our staff writers and regular contributors reflect on what they learned from Round 2 of the Allianz Football League at the weekend [More]

Banty's Meath reign defined by Kildare

clock June 28, 2012 15:42 by author JohnF
Banty has a Meath hoodoo to get off his back because the time for excuses has run out [More]

Royals deserve a break, says McElkennon

clock June 28, 2012 15:00 by author JohnF
Meath selector Marty McElkennon says the team are due a break against Kildare [More]

Kildare GAA needs to take Johnston hit

clock June 6, 2012 11:48 by author JohnF
After receiving a €300,000 bail out from Croke Park to stabilise their coffers, Kildare GAA officials cannot exacerbate the farce that is the Seánie Johnston case by giving him a hurl [More]

Antrim perspective needed on Westmeath loss

clock May 21, 2012 18:36 by author Diarmuid O'Flynn
Antrim's loss to Westmeath should not be treated as a disaster [More]

Johnston transfer does not make sense

clock March 14, 2012 17:55 by author JohnF
Why are Kildare still pursuing Seanie Johnston asks John Fogarty? [More]

Tyrone must target league glory

clock February 3, 2012 13:56 by author Fintan
Tyrone need to bounce back from some disappointing seasons and the league is the platform they can use [More]


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