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Daily Archives: February 4, 2018

Meath have taken the shackles off

Former Meath midfielder Anthony Moyles believes the Royal County reaped the rewards of “taking off the shackles” against Clare after their impressive destruction of Clare on Sunday. Andy McEntee’s men earned their first win of the Allianz Football League Division 2 campaign in Navan as they steamed

I can’t ever see myself managing another county

Former Mayo manager James Horan says he doesn’t believe he will ever manage another county other than his native Mayo, while also admitting that he misses the inter-county scene. Speaking on the RTÉ GAA podcast, Horan says it is unlikely he will manage another team at

Rangers sign 44-year-old Bartolo Colon to minor league deal

ARLINGTON, Texas — The Texas Rangers have signed 44-year-old Bartolo Colon to a minor league contract and invited the pitcher to big league spring training. “Bartolo brings a track record of durability and success in the Major Leagues,” Rangers general manager Jon Daniels said in

Victory centered on defensive readjustment

Following consecutive wins in the top flight of the Allianz Hurling League, Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald believes there is more in the tank from his squad as they aim to build on the progress of last year. “We scored 21 points today, we should have

Tom Brady of New England Patriots says he plans to play next season

MINNEAPOLIS — New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said earlier this week that he wasn’t thinking of retirement, and he reinforced that Sunday by saying on Westwood One radio: “Yeah, you’re gonna see me playing football next year. I don’t envision not playing.” Brady is

Clare boss O’Connor happy to win ‘battle of wits’

Clare joint-manager Gerry O’Connor said he was “very impressed” by his team’s victory over Kilkenny at Nowlan Park. The Banner had looked winners from a long way out, with goals from Shane O’Donnell and David Reidy helping the visitors into an early 2-07 to 0-02

Kilkenny rally but fall short against profligate Clare

Clare had looked winners from a long way out but still struggled to get over the line and claim their second win against Kilkenny in this engrossing National Hurling League game at Nowlan Park. In the end it took a 73rd minute point from sub Niall Deasy to