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Daily Archives: May 19, 2018

Gallagher’s Fermanagh power past 14-man Armagh

Fermanagh sent Armagh crashing out of the Ulster SFC with a battling win at Brewster Park. Fourteen-man Armagh failed to compete in the second half against a dogged Erne side that achieved a rare provincial victory over the Orchard through discipline and hard work as they

Treaty boss reveals he considered forfeiting Clare game

Limerick football manager Billy Lee has revealed he almost stopped his team taking to the field for tonight’s Munster SFC quarter-final clash against Clare after an administration error forced him to omit a player from his plans at the last minute.  The Banner eased to a

Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard & Lory Meagher round-up

Christy Ring Cup, round 2 Derry stormed to victory against Armagh with a powerful second-half display after trailing four points at the break. A Stephen Renaghan goal gave Armagh the early advantage, with his strike edging them into a three-point lead inside the opening 10 minutes

Collins content with classy Clare display

Clare football manager Colm Collins is happy with his side’s win over Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds and is already looking forward to the Munster semi-final against Kerry. The Banner County earned a 12-point win over their neighbours and had 13 different scorers. “You’d have to

Clare raise the Banner over Limerick once again

Clare copper-fastened their hold over Limerick with a fourth consecutive Munster SFC Quarter-Final victory over their neighbours in front of 2,304 in the Gaelic Grounds this evening. Only a kick of a ball separated these familiar foes in all their four previous meetings this decade but

Tipperary breeze past Waterford in Thurles

Tipperary advanced to a Munster SFC showdown with Cork next Saturday thanks to a deserved success at Semple Stadium in Thurles. Tipperary led by 0-07 to 0-03 at the break, with Waterford not opening their account until Gavin Crotty found the range after 28 minutes