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  • Shane O'Neill focused on Wexford encounter
    By Cian O'Connell It has been a strange introduction to inter-county management, but ultimately Shane O'Neill is glad that Championship hurling will be played in 2020. Monday evening's news satisfied O'Neill, who is busy getting Galway ready for an October 31 date against Wexford at Croke Park. "Yeah, really looking
  • Crummey grateful championship gets go-ahead
    By John Harrington Dublin hurling captain, Chris Crummey, is grateful the 2020 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship is still going to go ahead. He and his team-mates have been vigilant with their Covid-19 protocols and now he’s itching for action ahead of their Leinster SHC quarter-final clash with Laois on Saturday.
  • Whelan believes advanced mark will be a decisive factor
    By John Harrington In a 2020 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship that could be decided by fine margins, former Dublin star Ciaran Whelan believes the teams who are best able to exploit the advanced mark rule will gain an edge. Scoring opportunities from play will be more difficult in adverse weather
  • Eoghan Sands voted GAA.ie Hurler of the Week
    Down's Eoghan Sands has been voted GAA.ie Hurler of the Week. Sands earned .2, 694 otes on the Official GAA Instagram page with Antrim's James McNaughton second, and Sligo's Gerard O'Kelly-Lynch third. GAA.ie Hurler of the Week 1: Eoghan Sands (Down) - 2, 694 votes 2: James McNaughton (Antrim) -
  • Bloodied Field podcast will shine a light on events of Bloody Sunday
    By John Harrington Michael Foley’s extraordinary book, ‘The Bloodied Field’, gave everyone who read it a terrific insight into the events and consequence of Bloody Sunday in Croke Park in 1920. He has now doubled-down on this public service by producing ‘The Bloodied Field’ podcast, which features eight carefully crafted

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Portarlington GAA Club Coach Recruitment 2020

Portarlington GAA are looking for people to help our current coaching teams coach and mentor our Under-age Hurling and Football teams in 2020, if interested in getting involved, come meet us at 8pm on Wednesday 29th January, in the GAA Centre, McCann Park, Canal Road, Portarlington.

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