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Pictured Oisin McConville



Date: Wednesday 5th May 2010

Location: Studio

Photographer: Liam McBurney

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I expect Tyrone, Fermanagh and Darragh Canavan to lead the way in 2022, but there could be more pain for Donegal and Mayo

Oisin McConville


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Darragh Canavan can hog the spotlight with Tyrone in 2022

Darragh Canavan can hog the spotlight with Tyrone in 2022

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Tyrone have all the ingredients to retain the Sam Maguire

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I have high hopes for Kieran Donnelly and Fermanagh

I have high hopes for Kieran Donnelly and Fermanagh

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The pressure is on Donegal's Declan Bonner to deliver in 2022

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Darragh Canavan can hog the spotlight with Tyrone in 2022

The New Year dawns and with it hope springs eternal as teams up and down the island prepare to deliver on their hopes and ambitions. The Covid-19 pandemic may have triggered turbulence within the GAA over the course of the past two seasons yet it has failed to quell the spirit and enthusiasm that remain its hallmarks.

The year just ended has provided some herculean feats in all codes under the GAA banner — football, hurling, camogie and ladies’ football — and it’s these achievements that in turn have sparked vivid memories.


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