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Thursday 8 June 2023 Dublin: 10°C

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All-Ireland ladies junior final replay set for the Athletics Grounds
Fermanagh and Antrim played out a draw at Croke Park on Sunday.
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GAA announce football league refixtures after storm postponed games last weekend
Plenty action to get stuck into next Saturday and Sunday.
All time
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Manchester United face three games in five days as Liverpool match rescheduled
Sunday’s clash between the bitter rivals was called off due to United fans’ anti-Glazer protest and will now be played on Thursday 13 May.
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GAA issues new hurling league fixture plan after 3 games rained off yesterday
The final is now set to take place on the weekend of 30-31 March.
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Canelo-Golovkin rematch set for September with Spike O'Sullivan to fight in chief support bout
Gennady Golovkin and Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez have agreed to a rematch on September 15, according to Oscar De La Hoya.
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'Pushed to the limit' - from All-Ireland final replay defeat to the start of a new county championship
Limerick’s Na Piarsaigh have little time for respite as the 2018 season begins again.
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Yet again, Brian Cody on the verge of another stunning feat with the Kilkenny hurlers
The Cats under Brian Cody have defied the odds time and time again. Can they summon one more monumental All-Ireland final effort?
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GAA order replay in Newry for Christy Ring Cup final after scoring controversy
Meath and Antrim will renew acquaintances.
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5 talking points before Kerry and Cork get set for another Munster final collision
We’re getting set for the second instalment of the counties clash in Killarney.
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Gavin makes 4 changes to Dubs side for Longford
Only Jack McCaffrey remains from the half-back line that faced Cork last month.