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Monthly Archives: March 2018

Rebels condemn 14-man Waterford to Division 1B hurling

Cork will play in Division 1A of the Allianz HL next year after they held off the challenge of Waterfordin Páirc Uí Rinn on Sunday afternoon. While Waterford – down to 14 men after the sending off of sub Maurice Shanahan immediately aftercoming on –

‘If we pay managers it needs to be transparent’

Outgoing GAA Director General Páraic Duffy says that if managers are going to be paid then it should be done in an open and transparent manner. Duffy is due to finish up in the job at the end of March, with his successor expected to

Roscommon didn’t shirk when game had to be won

Roscommon are close to making a swift return to Division 1 in the Allianz Football League. With the Down-Tipperary game still to be rearranged, things aren’t exactly clear cut but Kevin McStay’s side will be looking to take a care of business themselves when they

Icy blast still holds with rescheduled games called off

With snow still lying on the Parnell Park and Innovate Wexford Park pitches, Monday’s rescheduled Allianz Hurling quarter-final matches involving Dublin-Tipperary and Wexford-Galway will now not take place.  Both games will be re-fixed for next weekend with the GAA’s Central Competitions Control Committee to confirm fixture

Leon Edwards wants Darren Till at UFC Liverpool

UFC’s Leon Edwards wants Darren Till at UFC Liverpool in May and insists he isn’t as good as everyone says he is. Edwards made his presence known during the main card at UFC London on March 17 after defeating Peter Sobotta via technical knockout at

Rajon Rondo says Ray Allen just wants attention with book

Rajon Rondo says he’s confused why his name is being brought up in connection to Ray Allen’s new book, as Rondo says he has moved on from his tumultuous relationship with Allen. In “From the Outside: My Journey through Life and the Game I Love,”

County games to be played in April as snow wreaks havoc

The GAA has admitted that their plan to leave the month of April completely free of inter-county games to allow for club action has been scuppered by the weather. Croke Park voted to make radical changes to their fixture calendar at last year’s Annual Congress,