GAA – All Ireland Final Preview Pt2

This Sunday’s All Ireland Final will be watched by more people across the world than ever before with the increase of online and subscription channels.

The GAA say it expects huge interest in the match abroad because of the large emigrant populations from Donegal and Mayo in places such as America and Australia.

Croke Park this week released details on television and online platforms in a host of foreign countries that also includes South Africa, Thailand, India and  elsewhere in Asia.

As for Donegal, Manager Jim Mc Guinness will put his side through their paces one more time tonight in their final training session before heading to the capital for the GAA’s showpiece decider.

Life couldn’t get much better at the moment for Kilcar young gun Patrick Mc Brearty, having done his leaving cert Patrick started university last week. This week however Patrick turns his focus to the boyhood dream of playing in an All Ireland Final...
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Gweedore’s Eamon Mc Gee will reach the magic mark of one hundred games if plays in the All Ireland Final on Sunday...
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St. Michael’s  Colm McFadden is the top scorer in this years championship. The Ulster player of the year is also one of the older players in the squad and at a stage thought his chance of All Ireland glory may have passed him...
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Mark Mc Hugh who played in an All Ireland under 21 final  has been one of the cogs in the Donegal engine once again this season. Mark son of Donegal legend Martin Mc Hugh is looking to emulate what his father and uncle James done 20 years...
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