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Tuesday 12 December 2017

Kerry set to unveil Curtin

KERRY could catapult a virtual unknown, Moyvane attacker Paddy Curtin, into their team for Saturday night's NFL opener against Dublin at Croke Park.

TYRONE will be without veteran defender Conor Gormley for their first two league outings, including Saturday's Croke Park curtain-raiser against Kildare, because of ankle surgery.



UCD cruised into the next round of the Sigerson Cup with a facile 0-13 to 0-4 victory over Athlone IT at Belfield last night.

There were also first-round wins for Jordanstown (surviving a 1-10 to 1-9 scare against UL) and UCC (who hammered GMIT 1-15 to 0-5).



THE Dublin GAA Hospitality National League Package has been laun ched.

The Blue Project Corporate Package involves the three big Spring Series Croke Park double headers. The Premier Services deal provides ten match tickets for each of the double headers in a dedicated area on Level 4 of the Hogan Stand.

There will be a guest speaker, a match programme, complimentary bar before and after the action, plus high quality finger food.

The cost per game is €1150 (table of ten, vat inclusive) or €3000 for all three League fixtures in Croke Park featuring both the Senior Footballers and hurlers

For details contact Neville Murphy 087 2276060.

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