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# Battle lines

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# Battle lines
The Premiership is a land of hype and glory and Munster will prove that
Munster’s consistency in Europe over the last 10 years has been disregarded. They are good enough to reach another semi-final.
# Battle lines
'I'd be always telling Johnny Coen, 'If we win midfield we’ve a great chance of winning the game''
The battle of David Burke and Johnny Coen against Cian Lynch and Darragh O’Donovan could go a long way to deciding Sunday’s All-Ireland hurling final.
# Battle lines
'They will never come up alive unless they surrender': Filipino troops have ISIS cornered
The army says it has killed at least 89 ISIS fighters as they take back territory from the militants in Marawi.
# Battle lines
These are the battles to watch on count day
Battle lines drawn.
# The Gaffer
“Let’s talk football" - Eamonn Holmes accused of 'pathetic' interview with Jeremy Corbyn
It was the morning after the night before for the Labour leader. And it was a little odd to watch.
# Battle lines
3 key battles that could decide Sunday's All-Ireland hurling final
These individual matchups could go a long way towards shaping Sunday’s battle for Liam MacCarthy.
# Budget battle
With 48 days to Budget 2015 Fine Gael and Labour are already drawing their battle lines
Fine Gael is talking tax cuts while Labour is all about wage increases.
# Out of Line
Enda's warning to FG candidates: Stick within your own battle-lines
The three FG candidates all theoretically signed up to a divide and conquer strategy. But the plan’s apparently been a ‘nightmare’ to manage…
# Battle lines
Over 20,000 turn out for Battle of Clontarf festival
Sun, swords and a bloody battle. What’s not to love?
# Battle lines
Kenny calls for sharing of bank debts - as Merkel again rules out Eurobonds
There’ll be no Eurobonds “as long as I live”, insists a defiant Chancellor, as the Taoiseach calls for federalised bank debts.