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A Short Break.

Due to exam commitments, I will be taking a short break from this blog. I hope to continue blogging post exams.

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GAA Championship 2013.

Sunday July 21

Ulster Football Final

Monaghan 0-13 Donegal 0-7

Connacht Football Final

Mayo 5-11 London 0-10

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The 1908 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 22nd staging of Ireland’s premier Gaelic football knock-out competition. Dublin won their thirteenth All-Ireland title.

Ulster Final

Cavan 0-3 Antrim 0-2
An objection was made and a replay ordered.

Replay

Cavan 2-4 Antrim 0-4 at Castleblayney

Connacht Final

Mayo 2-5 Roscommon 0-4 at Tuam

Leinster Final

Dublin 1-7 Kildare 0-3 at Athy

Munster Final

Kerry 0-7 Waterford 0-2

All Ireland Semi Finals

Kerry 2-4 Mayo 0-1 at Limerick
Dublin 1-8 Antrim 0-2 at Jones’s Road, Dublin

Home Final

Dublin 0-10 Kerry 0-3 at Thurles

Final

Dublin 1-10 London 0-4 at Jones’s Road

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The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship 1908 was the 22nd series of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship, Ireland’s premier hurling knock-out competition. Tipperary won the championship, beating Dublin 3-15 to 1-5 in a replay of the final.

Ulster Final

Cavan 3-6 Fermanagh 0-3

Connacht Final

Galway 3-5 Roscommon 1-2 at Tuam

Leinster Final

Dublin w/o Kilkenny at Jones’s Road, Dublin
Kilkenny refused to play due to a dispute over the Railway Shield.

Munster Final

Tipperary w/o Kerry

All Ireland Semi Finals

Tipperary 5-15 Galway 1-0 at Market’s Field, Limerick
Dublin 4-12 Cavan 0-3 at Jones’s Road

Final

Tipperary 2-5 Dublin 1-8 at Jones’s Road

Final Replay

Tipperary 3-15 Dublin 1-5 at Athy

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GAA Championship 2013.

Saturday July 20

All Ireland Series Football
Third Round

Galway 1-11 Armagh 0-9
Cavan 1-22 Derry 0-20 AET
Tyrone 1-11 Kildare 0-12
Laois 0-16 Wexford 2-8

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World Cup 1974.

The 1974 FIFA World Cup, the tenth staging of the World Cup, was held in West Germany (including West Berlin) from 13 June to 7 July. The tournament marked the first time that the current trophy, the FIFA World Cup Trophy, created by the Italian sculptor Silvio Gazzaniga, was awarded. The previous trophy, the Jules Rimet Trophy, had been won for the third time by Brazil in 1970 and awarded permanently to the Brazilians. The host nation won the title beating the Netherlands in the final, 2–1. The victory was the second for West Germany, who had also won in 1954.

First Round

Group 1

W Germany 1 Chile 0 at Olympiastadion, West Berlin
E Germany 2 Australia 0 at Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
Australia 0 W Germany 3 at Volksparkstadion
Chile 1 E Germany 1 at West Berlin
Australia 0 Chile 0 at West Berlin
E Germany 1 W Germany 0 at Volksparkstadion

Group 2

Brazil 0 Yugoslavia 0 at Waldstadion, Frankfurt
Zaire 0 Scotland 2 at Westfalenstadion, Dortmund
Yugoslavia 9 Zaire 0 at Parkstadion, Gelsenkirchen
Scotland 0 Brazil 0 at Waldstadion
Scotland 1 Yugoslavia 1 at Waldstadion
Zaire 0 Brazil 3 at Parkstadion

Group 3

Uruguay 0 Holland 2 at Niedersachsenstadion, Hanover
Sweden 0 Bulgaria 0 at Rheinstadion, Dusseldorf
Uruguay 1 Bulgaria 1 at Niedersachsenstadion
Holland 0 Sweden 0 at Westfalenstadion
Holland 4 Bulgaria 1 at Westfalenstadion
Sweden 3 Uruguay 0 at Rheinstadion

Group 4

Italy 3 Haiti 1 at Olympiastadion, Munich
Poland 3 Argentina 2 at Neckarstadion, Stuttgart
Argentina 1 Italy 1 at Neckarstadion
Haiti 0 Poland 7 at Munich
Argentina 4 Haiti 1 at Munich
Poland 2 Italy 1 at Neckarstadion

Second Round

Group A

Holland 4 Argentina 0 at Parkstadion
Brazil 1 E Germany 0 at Niedersachsenstadion
Argentina 1 Brazil 2 at Niedersachsenstadion
E Germany 0 Holland 2 at Parkstadion
Argentina 1 E Germany 1 at Parkstadion
Holland 2 Brazil 0 at Westfalenstadion

Group B

Yugoslavia 0 W Germany 2 at Rheinstadion
Sweden 0 Poland 1 at Neckarstadion
Poland 2 Yugoslavia 1 at Waldstadion
W Germany 4 Sweden 2 at Rheinstadion
Poland 0 W Germany 1 at Waldstadion
Sweden 2 Yugoslavia 1 at Rheinstadion

Match for Third Place

Brazil 0 Poland 1 at Munich

Final

Holland 1 W Germany 2 at Munich

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The 1907 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship was the 21st staging of Ireland’s premier Gaelic football knock-out competition. Dublin won their twelfth All-Ireland title.

Ulster Final

Antrim 1-8 Cavan 0-4 at Clones

Connacht Final

Mayo 2-13 Roscommon 0-5 at Tuam

Leinster Final

Dublin 1-11 Offaly 0-4 at Athy

Munster Final

Cork 1-7 Tipperary 1-1

All Ireland Quarter Final

Cork 2-10 Mayo 0-2 at Limerick
Match unfinished; Cork were awarded the game.

Semi Finals

Dublin 1-5 Antrim 0-2 at Jones’s Road, Dublin
Cork 1-14 London 1-5 at Cork

Final

Dublin 0-6 Cork 0-2 at Tipperary

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