Ireland Senior Football

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All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 1966
... The 1966 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was played from May to September 1966 ... final appearance in succession and looking to secure a "Three In A Row" of All-Ireland titles, faced Meath ... The two met in the semi-final stage of the 1964 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, when Galway triumphed with a 3-point victory ...
Conor Mortimer - Playing Career
... Mortimer was a member of the 2004 and 2006 Mayo teams, both of which lost to Kerry in the All-Ireland Final ... In 2006, Mortimer was the top scorer in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship (1-32) as Mayo took the Connacht title, came from behind to beat Dublin in the semi-final ... great year, Mortimer was selected in the 2006 GAA Football All Stars and the GPA Gaelic Team of the Year ...
Ross Munnelly - Playing Career - Inter-county
... In 2003, he joined the Laois senior football team, helping them to a Leinster Senior Football Championship. 2005, he captained Laois to the final of that year's Leinster Senior Football Championship they were beaten by Dublin ... The team went on to defeat Derry in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship quarter-final, before being beaten by Armagh in the All-Ireland Senior ...
The Double (Gaelic Games) - National League-All-Ireland Double
... Key For Gaelic football double For hurling double County Year Won Titles won for the double Cork 1926 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, National Hurling League Kerry 1929 ...
All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 2009
... The 2009 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the inter-county Gaelic football tournament played between 31 counties of Ireland, London and New York ... The 2009 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final took place on 20 September 2009, contested by Cork and Kerry ... made history by becoming the first person to ever hold AFL Premiership and All-Ireland winning medals in the sports of Australian rules football and Gaelic football—he previously won the ...

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