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#Benny Coulter

# benny-coulter - Tuesday 22 December, 2015

Fear not Down fans, Coulter was pranked and is still planning to return

The 33-year-old’s post on Twitter this morning has been confirmed as a hoax.

# benny-coulter - Wednesday 9 December, 2015

One of the finest forwards of his generation is coming out of retirement

Down hitman Benny Coulter is back.

# benny-coulter - Thursday 18 December, 2014

Rory's dominance and dual-code GAA glory - Down's 2014 sporting highlights North Stars This post contains videos

Rory's dominance and dual-code GAA glory - Down's 2014 sporting highlights

The Mourne men and ladies had plenty to smile about over the past 12 months.

# benny-coulter - Monday 24 November, 2014

We'll be seeing less great inter-county goals as Down's Benny Coulter retires

Coulter has announced his retirement from the game.

# benny-coulter - Friday 1 August, 2014

9 footballers we’ll miss not seeing in action for the rest of the GAA season

The All-Ireland quarter-finals start this weekend but some of the stars of 2014 will be watching on for August and September.

# benny-coulter - Wednesday 7 November, 2012

Alan Brogan: 'I'd like to see the tap and go'

The Dublin star believes adopting the new rule would help to curb the practice of cynical fouling.

# benny-coulter - Saturday 4 August, 2012

Mayo cruise to comfortable quarter-final success against Down

Mayo became the first county to be assured of a place at the semi-final stage of the 2012 All-Ireland SFC after they emerged from their quarter-final clash this afternoon against Down.

# benny-coulter - Friday 3 August, 2012

Mayo v Down - All-Ireland SFC quarter-final match guide

Mayo are the Connacht champions, Down are smarting from an Ulster final defeat and they will both be bidding to become the first side to book a place in this year’s All-Ireland semi-finals when they clash tomorrow afternoon.

# benny-coulter - Friday 27 July, 2012

Tipperary v Down - All-Ireland SFC qualifier round four match guide

Tipperary are 70 minutes away from a first ever All-Ireland senior football quarter-final appearance but a Down side overturned in last week’s Ulster final stand in their way.

# benny-coulter - Friday 1 June, 2012

McConville to make Down debut v Fermanagh

With Dan Gordon and Benny Coulter missing through injury, James McCartan has turned to the Clonduff youngster for Sunday’s Ulster SFC quarter-final.

# benny-coulter - Wednesday 2 May, 2012

Down and out: Broken ankle 'robs' Mournemen of Coulter GAA

Down and out: Broken ankle 'robs' Mournemen of Coulter

Teammate, Danny Hughes, is hoping Down can remain in the Championship long enough to keep the window open for a Coulter return.

# benny-coulter - Saturday 7 April, 2012

Falling Down: No room for complacency at the final hurdle, warns Coulter

“It’s just one of those years where any team can beat any team,” Down’s Benny Coulter warns ahead of their meeting with Laois.

# benny-coulter - Wednesday 28 March, 2012

Benny Coulter: 'I've been the victim of GAA sledging'

Down forward tells TheScore ‘you get a lot of it’ on the Gaelic football pitch.

No winners in Portlaoise 'racism' row, says Justin McNulty

Laois manager says it would be “sad” if Ciaran McKeever was to miss Armagh’s championship opener as a result of events in O’Moore Park.

# benny-coulter - Tuesday 27 March, 2012

Coulter remembers ‘unbelievable’ welcome from Jim Stynes

Jim Stynes always went above and beyond to welcome the Irish International Rules squad when they were down under, says Benny Coulter.

# benny-coulter - Tuesday 12 October, 2010

Coulter could be Ireland captain – if he’s fit enough

Down’s star forward emerges as a potential captain for Ireland’s international rules side – if he can play.

# benny-coulter - Monday 30 August, 2010

Benny Coulter’s ‘squareball’ draws mixed response

Down forward freely admits to infringing in square, bringing huge ‘meh’ from Kildare gaffer.