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Poacher & Varley #17: Lacklustre Dubs | Tiki-Taka Roscommon | Tailteann Cup final round

GAA coach Steven Poacher and former Mayo star Enda Varley get stuck into the week’s big Gaelic football talking points

GAA coach Steven Poacher and former Mayo star Enda Varley get stuck into the week’s big Gaelic football talking points.

GAA FOOTBALL PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2023
CONNACHT

Quarter-finals: April 8: Sligo 2-20 London 0-12, McGovern Park Ruislip; New York 0-15 Leitrim 0-15 (New York win 2-0 on penalties), Gaelic Park; April 9: Roscommon 2-8 Mayo 0-10, Mac Hale Park.

Semi-finals: April 22: Sligo 2-16 New York 0-6; April 23: Galway 1-13 Roscommon 1-9, Dr. Hyde Park.

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Final: May 7: Galway 2-20 Sligo 0-12, Castlebar.

LEINSTER
First Round: April 9: Wicklow 2-12 Carlow 0-10, Aughrim; Offaly 1-12 Longford 1-11
Pearse Park; Laois 2-17 Wexford 2-13, O’Moore Park.

Quarter-finals: April 23: Kildare 1-17 Wicklow 0-10, Netwatch Cullen Park; Dublin 4-30
Laois 2-9, Portlaoise; Offaly 1-11 Meath 0-10, O’Connor Park; Louth 2-10 Westmeath 1-11, Pairc Tailteann.

Semi-finals: April 30: Louth 0-27 Offaly 2-15 (aet), Croke Park; Dublin 0-14 Kildare 0-12, Croke Park.

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Final: May 14: Dublin 5-21 Louth 0-15, Croke Park.

MUNSTER
Quarter-finals: April 9: Tipperary 3-9 Waterford 1-11, Semple Stadium; Clare 0-14 Cork 0-13, Ennis.

Semi-finals: April 22: Kerry 0-25 Tipperary 0-5, Fitzgerald Stadium; Clare 1-16 Limerick 0-16, TUS Gaelic Grounds.

Final: May 7: Kerry 5-14 Clare 0-15, TUS Gaelic Grounds.

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ULSTER
Preliminary Round: April 8: Armagh 0-20 Antrim 1-8, Athletic Grounds.

Quarter-finals: April 15: Derry 3-17 Fermanagh 2-8, Brewster Park; April 16: Monaghan 2-17 Tyrone 1-18, Omagh; April 22: Armagh 1-14 Cavan 0-12; April 23: Down 2-13 Donegal 1-11, Newry.

Semi-finals: April 29: Derry 1-21 Monaghan 2-10, Omagh; April 30: Armagh 4-10 Down 0-12, Clones.

Final: May 14: Derry 1-15 Armagh 0-18 aet (Derry win 3-1 on penalties), Clones

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All-IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIPS
Group 1

  • May 20: Mayo 1-19 Kerry 0-17, Fitzgerald Stadium; May 27: Cork 1-19 Louth 1-17,
    Pairc Tailteann.
  • June 3 /4: Cork v Kerry; Mayo v Louth
  • June 17/18: Kerry v Louth; Cork v Mayo

Group 2

  • May 20: Galway 0-16 Tyrone 0-13, Pearse Stadium; May 27: Armagh 1-13
    Westmeath 1-12, Box-IT Athletic Grounds
  • June 3 /4: Tyrone v Armagh; Westmeath v Galway.
  • June 17/18: Armagh v Galway; Tyrone v Westmeath.

Group 3

  • May 21: Sligo 0-14 Kildare 0-14, Markievicz Park; May 28: Dublin 1-11 Roscommon
    0-14, Croke Park.
  • June 3 /4: Kildare v Dublin; Roscommon v Sligo.
  • June 17/18: Dublin v Sligo; Kildare v Roscommon.

Group 4

  • May 20: Donegal 0-14 Clare 0-9, Ennis; May 27: Derry 0-14 Monaghan 0-14, Celtic
    Park.
  • June 3 /4: Monaghan v Clare; Donegal v Derry.
  • June 17/18: Donegal v Monaghan; Clare v Derry

KNOCK-OUT STAGES

  • June 24/25: Preliminary quarter-finals
  • July 1/ 2: Quarter-finals
  • July 15/16: Semi-finals
  • July 30: Final
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