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Sean Creedon

Sean Creedon is a Kerryman who has long been a resident of Dublin. He has been attending League of Ireland and Republic of Ireland home games for over 50 years. He is interested in all sports, though soccer, GAA and rugby are his favorites. He is a member of the Soccer Writers’ Association.

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Big weekend for sports finals Big weekend for sports finals
The GAA are certainly cramming all their games this year. Not everybody is happy with a truncated championship season which will see the All-Irelan...
Dublin should get past Meath Dublin should get past Meath
Following Dublin’s impressive win over Wexford in the Leinster quarter-final, the Leinster GAA will be hoping that the Dubs can bring the crowds ba...
Kerry should ease through at Ui Rinn
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Kerry should ease through at Ui Rinn
Cork and Kerry first met in a Munster football final in July 1889. That game was played in Mallow Town Park and 13 decades later whenever these nei...
Reds to meet Blues in FA Cup final Reds to meet Blues in FA Cup final
There might yet be an Irish player in this year’s FA Cup final after Liverpool beat Manchester City 3-2 in their semifinal, qualifying to meet Chel...
Early start for championships
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Early start for championships
Next Sunday is Easter Sunday and it signals the start of the All-Ireland football and hurling championship. In recent years, before the split seaso...
Young Mullins wins Aintree Grand National Young Mullins wins Aintree Grand National
For a fourth consecutive year, an Irish-trained horse has won the Aintree Grand National. But on Saturday, it was young Emmet Mullins, a nephew of ...
Munster semi switched to Killarney
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Munster semi switched to Killarney
Cork’s Munster senior football semi-final against Kerry will be played at Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney on Saturday, May 7, with a 6pm throw-in. Th...
Irish hit back twice vs. World's No. 1-ranked team Irish hit back twice vs. World's No. 1-ranked team
Republic of Ireland 2 Belgium 2 The Republic of Ireland extended their unbeaten run to seven games with a 2-2 draw against Belgium at a sunny Aviva...
Lampard blasts stars after loss
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Lampard blasts stars after loss
A protester tied himself to a goal post at Goodison Park during Everton’s midweek game against Newcastle. It took several minutes to remove the man...
Traveling fans hoping for big wins
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Traveling fans hoping for big wins
Cheltenham gets under way on Tuesday next and that means a mass exodus of horses, trainers, jockeys and punters from all over Ireland to Prestbury ...
Superb Doherty helps Spurs to 5-0 win
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Superb Doherty helps Spurs to 5-0 win
What was a bad day at the office on Monday for Seamus Coleman was a very good one for his Irish colleague Matt Doherty, as Everton went down to a 5...
Concerts pushing fixtures around
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Concerts pushing fixtures around
Singer Ed Sheeran is causing problems for sport administrators in Ireland this year. The redhead from Halifax in West Yorkshire has Irish connectio...