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Ciaran McKeever to mull over Armagh future after latest injury

Ciaran McKeever to mull over Armagh future after latest injury

GAA Football
CIARAN McKeever says he won’t be making any rash decisions about his Armagh future following another injury setback that rules him out of tomorrow’s All-Ireland Championship rematch with Laois.
Benny Tierney: Dublin and Meath is a rivalry for the ages    Longford star Michael Quinn praises Down after tight clash    Seamus McEnaney: Officials will 'tighten up' on staff infractions   
The tournament of the gutsy underdog and great defending

The tournament of the gutsy underdog and great defending

Columnists
THE 1998 World Cup finals are generally remembered for the coming of Zinedine Zidane and the brilliance of Ronaldo (the Brazilian version) in the early rounds of the tournament before his pre-final convulsions that completely derailed Brazil’s chances of retaining their crown.
Chris Coleman: This is Wales' biggest game for 58 years    Poland crash out on penalties as Portugal progress to semi-finals   
Cavan and Monaghan set for rivalry clash in Ulster final

Cavan and Monaghan set for rivalry clash in Ulster final

GAA Football
THE Cavan-Monaghan rivalry is pretty intense in any game. Put the two neighbours into a cauldron that includes an Ulster final, on Monaghan’s home county ground in Clones, right before a men’s senior Championship game involving Cavan and expect nothing less than blood, sweat and tears at the end. 
Tyrone and Down clash in Ladies' intermediate final    Benny Tierney: Dublin and Meath is a rivalry for the ages    Cavan need more from Gearoid McKiernan says Martin Cahill   
Seamus McEnaney: Officials will 'tighten up' on staff infractions

Seamus McEnaney: Officials will 'tighten up' on staff infractions

GAA Football
SEAMUS ‘Banty’ McEnaney believes that the match officials for Saturday’s eagerly awaited Ulster Championship semi-final replay between Donegal and Monaghan will “tighten up” on members of the Donegal backroom team attempting to distract Farney free-taker Conor McManus.
Benny Tierney: Dublin and Meath is a rivalry for the ages    Ciaran McKeever to mull over Armagh future after latest injury    Longford star Michael Quinn praises Down after tight clash