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GAELIC GAMES SPORT I

GAELIC GAMES SPORT I

- 4 • 01; ONLY ONE WINNER: Dublin's Ted Furman loses his footing as Kildare's Conor Brophy wins the race for possession during the Cadbury Leinster U2l Football Championship clash at St Conleth's Park.
24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAN OF THE MAT(H: ALAN SMITH (KILDARE)

MAN OF THE MAT(H: ALAN SMITH (KILDARE)

24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MAN OF THE MATCH: JOHN HUME (WATERFORD) GAELIC GAMES SPORT 1 CORBETT HAT-TRICK NOT ENOUGH TO GEE TIPP A SLOT IN SEMIS

MAN OF THE MATCH: JOHN HUME (WATERFORD) GAELIC GAMES SPORT 1 CORBETT HAT-TRICK NOT ENOUGH TO GEE TIPP A SLOT IN SEMIS

MAN OF THE MATCH: JOHN HUME (WATERFORD) GAELIC GAMES SPORT CORBETT HAT-TRICK NOT ENOUGH TO GEE TIPP A SLOT IN SEMIS TIPPERARY full-forward Lar Corbett grabbed a hat-trick in the 14-point victory over LAOIS but the 4-17 to 1-12 win only secured a place in the NHL quarter-finals. G
24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GAELIC GAMES SPORT i WEEKEND GAELIC GAMES SCOREBOARD

GAELIC GAMES SPORT i WEEKEND GAELIC GAMES SCOREBOARD

ALLIANZ NHL DIVISION 1A 3-22 Antrim Cork 0-22 Wexford 1-17 Waterford 3-18 Dublin 1-17 PW D L F A Diff Pts Kilkenny 5 5 0 0 4-91 4-37 54 10 Oxt 5 3 0 2 444 4-40 24 6 Waterford 5 3 0 2 9-69 6-64 14 6 Dublin 5 1 1 3 5-80 981 -13 3 YlM~dord 5 1 1 3 7-53 6-79 -23 3 1-6 Sall ins 2-9 M
24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FIXTURES & RESULTS

FIXTURES & RESULTS

BARCLAYS ARSENAL - ASTON VILLA 1-2 BIRMINGHAM 22 BLACKBURN 1-1 BOLTON 33 CHELSEA 2-1 DERBY 34 2-0 041 1-2 0.0 N 3 3-0 1-0 0-0 6-0 Forster 12, 66 .(1) 2 Swindon, Bristol Rovers (1) 2 Huddersfield (1) 3 Klein-Davies 20 Barrett 39 Lines 49 Brandon 70 Att 6,585 Collins 88 Maynard 20
24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Kick off 3.00 unless stated 1.0413 ENGUSH LEAGUE ONE Bournemouth v Tranmere, Carlisle v Northampton. Cheltenham v Leyton Orient, Doncaster

Kick off 3.00 unless stated 1.0413 ENGUSH LEAGUE ONE Bournemouth v Tranmere, Carlisle v Northampton. Cheltenham v Leyton Orient, Doncaster

v Oldham, Hartlepool v Veovil. Miliwall v Luton. Nottm Forest v Brighton. Port Vale v Gillingham, Swansea v Bristol Rovers (5.45), Swindon v Southend, Walsall v Crewe. ENGUSH LEAGUE TWO Accrington Stan!ey v Milton Keynes Dons, Bradford v Chesterfield, Bury v Mansfield, Darlingto
24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
: Kenny Cunningham gi United holding aces after eventful 'Slam'

: Kenny Cunningham gi United holding aces after eventful 'Slam'

Kenny Cunningham United holding aces after eventful 'Slam' T HE first Grand Slam fixture of the weekend concluded in a complete 'slam dunk' for hosts Manchester United. The topic of 'player srespect' towards officials has been an obvious subject of debate this week following Mike
24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
impressive build-up play. It was Chelsea who created the two best chances of the half but Drogba and Kalou spurned

impressive build-up play. It was Chelsea who created the two best chances of the half but Drogba and Kalou spurned

both opportunities. The opening goal - when it arrived - could not have come from a more unlikely source as Bacary Sagna escaped the attentions of both Frank Lampard and Soloman Kalou to head Chelsea in front. Chelsea needed to make some tactical substitutions to wrestle the ini
24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
nal prior to kick-off at Stamford Bridge. n The knowledge that defeat would effectively end their title ambitions created a

nal prior to kick-off at Stamford Bridge. n The knowledge that defeat would effectively end their title ambitions created a

feeling of tension amongst the players who failed to produce the high standard of technical football which both sides - in particular Arsenal - are capable of. Arsenal, as has been the case in recent Premier League outings, continually failed to find that penetrating final ball
24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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24 March 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland