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The LGFA have clarified the chain of events that saw Sunday’s All-Ireland ladies football semi-final switched from the LIT Gaelic Grounds to Parnell Park.

@TipperaryGAA  manager, David Power, believes a victory over @OfficialCorkGAA  in Sunday's Munster SFC Final would be a real game-changer for Gaelic Football in the Premier County. #GAA  #GAABelongBelong 

#TheBloodiedFieldPod is here! The series tells the events of Bloody Sunday at Croke Park on Nov 21, 1920 when the crowd at a Gaelic football match were attacked and 14 innocent people never came home. New episodes Tuesday & Thursday

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#TheBloodiedFieldPod is live! The series tells the events of Bloody Sunday at Croke Park on Nov 21, 1920 when the crowd at a Gaelic football match were attacked and 14 innocent people never came home. New episodes Tuesday & Thursday

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#TheBloodiedFieldPod is live! The series tells the events of Bloody Sunday at Croke Park on Nov 21, 1920 when the crowd at a Gaelic football match were attacked and 14 innocent people never came home. New episodes Tuesday & Thursday

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Coming next week #B100dySunday  The Bloodied Field podcast is the story of the terrible events of Bloody Sunday at Croke Park on November 21, 1920 when the crowd at a Gaelic football match were attacked and 14 innocent people never came home. Listen here:

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Coming next week #B100dySunday  The Bloodied Field podcast is the story of the terrible events of Bloody Sunday at Croke Park on November 21, 1920 when the crowd at a Gaelic football match were attacked and 14 innocent people never came home. Listen here:

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. @Kerry_Official  Minor Hurling Manager Ollie Broughton speaks ahead of playing @TipperaryGAA  in Sunday's Munster Q-Final. Live Streaming can be purchased now ahead of 1pm throw-in on Sunday from the LIT Gaelic Grounds

. @TipperaryGAA  Minor Hurling Manager Paul Collins speaks ahead of playing @Kerry_Official  in Sunday's Munster Q-Final. Live Streaming can be purchased now ahead of 1pm throw-in on Sunday from the LIT Gaelic Grounds

Camogie Association CEO @mcnultys  and Offaly chairman @DuignanMichael  discuss the need for formal integration between the GAA, the Camogie Association and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association. Tune in to the Sunday Game tonight on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player from 9.30pm for more.

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It’s not what we have ever known, but The Sunday Game returns tonight on @RTE2  at 9.30pm. Classic action and reaction, accounts from players on the front-line and the latest news from the world of Gaelic Games during these turbulent times

The Sunday Game returns this weekend with classic action and reaction, accounts from players on the front-line and the latest news from the world of Gaelic Games. GAA President John Horan joins @sportsdes  in studio tomorrow night on @RTE2  at 9:30pm

Over the weekend of August 4/5 this year the GAA will mark the centenary of Gaelic Sunday. Find out more at #GaelicSunday 

August 4th 1918 was one of the most remarkable and significant days in the history of the GAA. It will be forever remembered as Gaelic Sunday - the day when the GAA peacefully stood against the British Empire - and won! #GaelicSunday 

On August 4th 1918, 54,000 people played our Games on a day of National defiance. It will be forever remembered as Gaelic Sunday! #GaelicSunday 

On August 4th 1918, 54,000 people played our Games on a day of National defiance. It will be forever remembered as Gaelic Sunday! Find out more at #GaelicSunday 

Our countdown to the 100th Anniversary of Gaelic Sunday continues with an account of how the day unfolded in North Tipperary. Gaelic Sunday was a day when the clubs of the GAA stood against the British Empire and triumphed in a peaceful protest.

August 4 1918 will be remembered as one of the most remarkable and significant days in the history of the GAA. Known as Gaelic Sunday – it was a day when the clubs of the GAA stood against the British Empire and triumphed in a peaceful protest.

From some Zoomers at Mail on Sunday "Scottish MPs' plot to spoil swearing oath to the Queen: SNP may speak in Gaelic"

@ScotParly16 I ll be offering help to any MP of any party who wants to make oath in Gaelic after Mail on Sunday disrespect to Scotland!

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