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Croke Park GAA matches put back to avoid Euro 2016 clash

The GAA has put back the start time of two Leinster Championship semi-final games due to the Republic's Euro 2016 game on Sunday. Picture by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile
John Monaghan
THE GAA has confirmed that two games scheduled for Croke Park on Sunday are to start later to avoid clashing with the Republic of Ireland. Robbie Brady's dramatic late winner against Italy on Wednesday night set the team up for a last 16 showdown with hosts France, starting at 2pm Irish time. In an attempt to avoid a dilemma for fans torn between the two sports, the GAA announced that throw-in times for its Leinster football championship semi-finals would be put back. The Kildare vs Westmeath game will now begin at 4.15pm, while Dublin will take on Meath at 6.35pm. In addition,[...]
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