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Irish fans in Paris deflated after narrow defeats in knock-outs

Irish fans in Paris deflated after narrow defeats in knock-outs
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WITHIN minutes of France beating the Republic carloads of French fans were driving through Paris blasting their horns, waving flags and cheering for Les Bleus.

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 Conor McManus keeps his cool to force replay with Donegal

Conor McManus keeps his cool to force replay with Donegal

GAA Football
PERHAPS they were aware that the eyes of the Irish sporting world had wandered to foreign fields. The build-up, considering the high stakes, was as low-key as memory recalls. But with all the force of a thudding shoulder from a rampaging Michael Murphy, Donegal and Monaghan reminded each and every one of us what it is we love about the Ulster Championship at its best.
Disappointing Antrim turned over by underdogs Limerick    Malachy O'Rourke hails Monaghan's fighting spirit    Madden on Monday: Donegal versus Monaghan