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Great credit to Longford for playing an open, man to man game.

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Dublin and Galway finish level in entertaining contest.

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Last weekend in GAA 26/05/15

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Last weekend 17.05.15 in GAA

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Offaly Camogie off to a winning start

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GAA Update 10.05.15

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The last weekend in GAA 03.05.15

Cork vs Waterford Munster Championship
Cork vs Waterford Munster Championship

Underdogs Waterford win their 3rd National Hurling League title in style while Tipperary U-21 footballers just fail to win All-Ireland Championship. 
Waterford laid down a marker for the Munster Championship with an outstanding performance against Cork. With a team made up of mainly U-21 players they led from start to finish, taking complete control in the 2nd half. The had some outstanding scores, non better than 19 year old Austin Gleesons 1st half point when he caught a high ball, soloed up the side line and struck the Hurling Ball straight over the crossbar.
Tipperary U-21s just failed to create history when losing to Tyrone on Saturday evening by a single point, their fairytale run not quite coming through. The future of Football in Tipperary looks promising with players like these lads coming through.