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Daily Archives: October 22, 2017

Éire Óg back on high in Carlow

Éire Óg 2-8 Rathvilly 1-8 Éire Óg deservedly claimed their 27th Carlow senior football championship title, and their first since 2012, with a one-goal win over Rathvilly in an incident-packed replayed final at Netwatch Cullen Park. Rathvilly had two players red carded and one issued with

Commanding Slaughtneil retain their Ulster title

Slaughtneil 2-21 Ballygalget 1-12 Slaughtneil went through the gears in the second half and comfortably retained their Ulster club SHC title at the Athletic Grounds with a 12-point winning margin over Ballygalget. Leading the Down champions by four points at the break, the dual-chasing Derry club

English goal at death snatches dramatic win for Adare

Adare 2-10 Newcastle West 1-10 Adare were crowned Limerick SFC winners for the first time after with a late goal ensured a 2-10 to 1-10 win at the Gaelic Grounds. Newcastle West looked to have won their second title in three years when they led

Brigid’s leave it late to kill off Roscommon Gaels

St Brigid’s 3-13 Roscommon Gaels  3-7 Two late goals enabled St Brigid’s to capture their seventh Fahey Cup in eight years, and their tenth Roscommon SFC final since 2005, at Dr Hyde Park. The 2013 All-Ireland champions were the better team throughout but three Roscommon

Dr Crokes grind out sweet Kerry triumph

Dr Crokes 0-17 South Kerry 1-12 All-Ireland Club champions Dr Crokes retained their county title after a titanic battle with their nemesis South Kerry, with the Killarney club edging a brilliant contest by two points to take them joint-top of the Kerry roll of honour,

Late Mulligan point wins London final for Fulham Irish

Fulham Irish 0-15Tir Chonaill 1-11 Fulham Irish claimed their first London Senior Football Championship since 2011 in dramatic fashion as they beat Tir Chonaill Gaels 0-15 to 1-11 at Ruislip’s McGovern Park On Sunday afternoon. In windy conditions, Tir Chonaill Gaels opened the scoring through