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Straw, tea, broken hurleys and selfies - GAA snapshots from the Season of Sundays 2014

For the 18th year, Sportsfile have produced a book chronicling the story of the GAA year in images.

FOR THE 18TH year, Sportsfile have produced a book chronicling the story of the GAA season in images. Here’s a collection of some of the best images from this year’s ‘A Season Of Sundays’ and there’s more details available here if you consider it for a last minute stocking filler.

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1. Smash! Colm Cronin’s hurley comes off second best in Dublin’s Leinster final loss to Kilkenny

Source: Stephen McCarthy/SPORTSFILE

2. Monaghan’s Fintan Kelly isn’t letting go of Armagh’s Stefan Forker in March’s league game

A Season of Sundays 2014

3. A young Cork hurling fan in action

A Season of Sundays 2014

4. Bang! Tipperary James Barry cracks the hurley of Cork’s Paudie O’Sullivan in Croke Park

A Season of Sundays 2014

5. Down fans Eugene Killen and Eddie Caughey enjoy a cuppa before May’s clash with Tyrone

A Season of Sundays 2014

6. Release the Faithful – the Offaly hurlers wait for ground steward Mick Dunne to unlock the gates before January’s Walsh Cup game against Galway

A Season of Sundays 2014

7. The damaged Nowlan Park stand is the backdrop as Brendan Maher and Lester Ryan shake hands

A Season of Sundays 2014

8. Club officials in Freshford remove straw from the car park after January’s Walsh Cup semi-final between Kilkenny and Galway

Kilkenny v Galway - Bord Na Mona Walsh Cup Semi-Final

9. The Offaly hurlers stand for a minute’s silence before battling Antrim in Ballycastle in June

A Season of Sundays 2014

10. A tearful Alan Brogan leaves the pitch with his son Jamie after the defeat to Donegal

A Season of Sundays 2014

11. Armagh youngsters waiting to play at half-time react as the county senior side miss a chance against Monaghan

 

A Season of Sundays 2014

12. Wexford goalkeeper Mark Fanning laughs with a young supporter at half-time in their June clash against Dublin

Source: Dáire Brennan/SPORTSFILE

13. Manager Eamonn Ryan hoists the Brendan Martin Cup with the victorious Cork ladies footballers

A Season of Sundays 2014

14. Nicely done Joe – Galway are rescued by Canning to force a draw against Kilkenny in Tullamore in June

A Season of Sundays 2014

15. Anthony Rainbow gets a kiss from his daughter Robin, aged three years, after Carlow’s championship exit at the hands of Clare

A Season of Sundays 2014

16. The Wexford players break from the team photo to get set for battle against Dublin

A Season of Sundays 2014

17. Selfie time for the triumphant Dublin All-Ireland U21 winning football team in May

A Season of Sundays 2014

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