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Irish Indo Headlines
Red Hands have impetus to edge Ballybofey battle
SEAN Cavanagh's depiction of what to expect in Ballybofey tomorrow isn't exactly encouraging.
Sparks will fly when two great minds go to war
IN years to come, the record books will present tomorrow's Ulster quarter-final exactly the same as the 18 previous Donegal-Tyrone championship clashes.
Donegal don't frighten us - Harte
AS four of Gaelic football's so-called 'Super Six' open their championship campaigns this weekend, Mickey Harte insists Tyrone have no fear of All-Ireland champions Donegal.
'There's no point in saying we can't beat them ? we'll be going to win this'
JUST over 10 years ago now, a late Ryan McMenamin point rescued Tyrone against Derry in Clones. They had a replay in Casement Park. Joe Brolly's verdict? A minor side masquerading in senior football.
Murphy happy Wicklow can banish league woes
DONEGAL manager Jim McGuinness can say the league doesn't matter, but that's not the case for tomorrow's Leinster championship protagonists Wicklow and Longford, who face off at Aughrim.
Cover the children's eyes ? it could get rough
THE flinty world of Ulster football promises a first real heavyweight championship game of summer tomorrow as Donegal and Tyrone renew one of the game's most compelling, if not convivial rivalries.
'I've put final horror to back of my mind'
Hope always springs eternal. If recent cycles are anything to gauge by, Paddy Keenan can see his summer stretching on a little longer than usual.
Bookies cook Kingdom goose ? but Sam on a plate if we raise summer intensity
I was in the company of fellow mourner Kevin Smith, a noted doggy man, who won the Derby with Climate Control back in 2007.
The hunger is back ? so write off Kerry at your peril
Tomorrow marks the beginning of the third championship in a row that Kerry have begun without the mantle of All-Ireland champions. Believe me when I say that it hurts every GAA person in the county.
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Laois can avoid upset against Wee County
Laois host Louth on Sunday with the prize of a home quarter-final against Wexford for the winner.
Relegated Wicklow and Longford face off
Relegated Wicklow and Longford come face to face in Aughrim on Sunday, both looking for their first wins in 2013.
Cork can survive tricky opener
The Gaelic Grounds is the venue as Cork put their Munster crown on the line against Maurice Horan's Limerick.
Exiles hampered by rules as Sligo call to London
London, with little or no momentum behind them, host Sligo in Ruislip hoping to cause an upset.
Kerry experience can trip up Tipp
Éamonn Fitzmaurice takes charge of his first Championship match as Kerry host Tipperary in Killarney.
New names aplenty as Limerick face Cork
Seven players will be making their championship debuts when Limerick host Cork in the Munster SFC quarter-final at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday, throw-in 7.00pm.
Tyrone welcome back O'Neill and Harte
Stephen O'Neill and Peter Harte return to the Tyrone team for Sunday's eagerly awaited Ulster SFC clash with Donegal in Ballybofey.
Heavyweights collide in Ballybofey
Many will argue that the start of the championship is all too often a slow burner, but this year the month of May offers us a real blockbuster as Donegal and Tyrone are set for battle by the banks of the Finn.
New faces for Kerry and Tipperary
Young defender Fionn Fitzgerald will make his first Championship start for Kerry when his side take on Tipperary in the Munster GAA Football Championship on Sunday.
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