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|Read all about how Setanta is progressing down under with reports and news on him and Carlton Football Club. |View Articles||
|Providing articles of a technical, historical or current nature, Istabraq will relate to us of how he see's gaa, with the fine art of his pen.
|Liammac is a Limerick man but has an interest in things GAA outside of his own county as much as in. He will contribute articles about all matters GAA past and present, hurling or football maybe even camogie from time to time. Also he may review books or videos relating to the GAA. If you want to contact this writer about his articles or other matters please e-mail him at email@example.com. |View Articles||
|Rebel14 is a true patron of Cork GAA. His knowledge of certain quarters of the Association is unmatched, and he welcomes debate elatedly. James O Sullivan's beliefs lie in the eminence of the Rebel Army, his passion for hurling being his raison d'Ítre.  |View Articles||
|If it affects hurling he writes about it; He examines the past, questions the present and debates the future. |View Articles||
|A rebel in exile. A Corkman who has to take the long route home to avoid passing through Kilkenny and Tipperary and who never, ever spends his holidays in Kerry. Hurling, football, farce and fantasy and the serious business of reminding other counties that they exist only because otherwise Cork would have no-one one to beat. |View Articles||
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