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Maher had predicted Tipp fixture chaosThe current fixture backlog in Tipperary hasn't come as any surprise to fixtures secretary Tom Maher.
Donegal SFC final set to go ahead on SundayThe Donegal SFC final between Glenswilly and St. Eunan's is expected to go ahead as planned on Sunday after Naomh Conaill's appeal was rejected by the county's CCC last night.
Ryan to keep changes to a minimumTipperary assistant manager Michael Ryan doesn't intend making sweeping changes when he assumes the managerial reins from Eamon O'Shea in 2016.
McGrath slams close-season banFermanagh manager Pete McGrath says the GAA's close-season ban has no merit.
Portaferry boss expects "war of attrition"Portaferry manager Sean Young reckons his side's Ulster club SHC final against Cushendall in Owenbeg won't be pretty.
O'Mahony: sponsorship driving the great divideJohn O'Mahony has claimed that the ability of strong counties to attract big sponsorship deals is only serving to "widen the gap" between them and the less-successful counties.
Brooks won't headline 2015 Croker concertAhead of tomorrow's announcement regarding the identity of the "headline act" that will perform at Croke Park next year, concert promoter MCD Promotions has confirmed that it will not be Garth Brooks.


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Sunday 2 November

Munster club SFC quarter-final
Ballylanders v The Nire, Kilmallock, 2pm

Ulster club SFC quarter-finals
Omagh v Crossmaglen, Healy Park, 2.30pm
Clontibret v St Gall's, Clones, 2.30pm

Donegal SFC final
Glenswilly v St Eunan's, MacCumhaill Park, 4pm

Kerry SFC final replay
Austin Stacks v Mid Kerry, Fitzgerald Stadium, 2.45pm

Hurling Diary

Sunday 2 November

Leinster club SHC quarter-finals
Kilmacud Crokes v Rathdowney Errill, Parnell Park, 2.30pm
Raharney v St Mullin's, Cusack Park, 2.30pm
Shelmaliers v Kilcormac/Killoughey, Wexford Park, 2.30pm

Ulster club SHC final
Cushendall v Portaferry, Owenbeg, 2.30pm

Tipperary SHC final
Loughmore-Castleiney v Thurles Sarsfields, Semple Stadium, 3.30pm

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