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#Murph's Sideline Cut

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 30 September, 2013

Murph’s Sideline Cut: As their self belief grew, so Clare's success became inevitable

Shane O’Donnell’s arrival on the scene in the All-Ireland senior hurling final replay was quite the whirlwind.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 2 September, 2013

Murph's Sideline Cut: That was the greatest game of football I've ever seen

Murph was very impressed by the football on display from Dublin and Kerry yesterday.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 26 August, 2013

Murph's Sideline Cut: Mayo manage to ignore fatalist panic of fans

Mayo are different, but supporters have been trained to expect the worst.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 5 August, 2013

Murph’s Sideline Cut: Cavanagh's tackle a result of the game we've created GAA

Murph’s Sideline Cut: Cavanagh's tackle a result of the game we've created

The spirit of the game is too vague a concept to have expected the Tyrone star to do anything other than commit his infamous foul.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 29 July, 2013

Murph’s Sideline Cut: Galway out in time for the Races

It has been another frustrating year for the Tribesmen, with both the footballers and the hurlers seeing their involvement in the championship ended this weekend.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 3 June, 2013

Murph's Sideline Cut: Top teams' dominance makes for invariably dour viewing

The infrequent rate at which the best GAA sides play each other is unfair on the paying public, writes Ciaran Murphy.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 3 September, 2012

Murph's sideline cut: 'This is the biggest thing to have happened to these counties, politically, socially, or spiritually, in 2012'

Mayo fans were rewarded for their faith with an exceptional performance against Dublin yesterday. Now they will face their biggest challenge yet, writes Ciaran Murphy.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 16 July, 2012

Murph’s Sideline Cut: Mayo and nuns on Midwest Radio

Work commitments at the Connacht final brought Ciaran Murphy back home for the weekend.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 2 July, 2012

Murph's Sideline Cut: A Royal fascination

Meath showed a cockiness in their Leinster SFC semi-final win over Kildare, writes Ciaran Murphy.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 25 June, 2012

Murph's Sideline Cut: Haunted by Enda at McHale Park

Patience was needed when the Taoiseach showed up in Castlebar yesterday.

# murphs-sideline-cut - Monday 4 June, 2012

Murph's Sideline Cut: Braving the big freeze at Croker GAA

Murph's Sideline Cut: Braving the big freeze at Croker

“The Croke Park press box is without doubt under the spell of some micro-climate, which makes it 5-7 degrees colder there than it is anywhere else in Ireland.”