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In Pictures: The First GAA Weekend Of 2019

In Pictures: The First GAA Weekend Of 2019

Picture credits: Sportsfile

James Horan walks through the Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada gates for the first game of his second spell as Mayo manager

Mayo's Evan Regan slots the winning penalty shootout kick past Leitrim's Diarmuid McKiernan

Leitrim manager Terry Hyland and Mayo boss James Horan meet following the game

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New Laois manager Eddie Brennan speaks with his players before their Walsh Cup game against Dublin

Dublin's Cian Boland escapes the attention of Laois's Ryan Mullaney and Colm Stapleton

Cork players defend a free during the McGrath Cup semi-final against Limerick

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Limerick players cool down after the game

Waterford and Clare players clash during their Munster Hurling League game

Early Beard of the Year contender by Kildare keeper Mark Donnellan

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Westmeath supporters Paul Keating, Michael Moloney, and Criostoir Ormsby celebrate their side's O'Byrne Cup win against Kildare

Donegal selector Stephen Rochford arrives before Donegal's McKenna Cup game against Down at Pairc Esler

Down's Shay Murnin leaves the pitch after receiving a head injury during the warm-up against Donegal

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Donegal's Jamie Brennan tackled during the game

Clare captain Gary Brennan leads his team-mates to the Gold Coast Resort pitch for their McGrath Cup game against Waterford

Waterford County Board chairman Paddy Joe Ryan speaks with Waterford football manager Benji Whelan

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Laois manager John Sugrue on crutches during his side's O'Byrne Cup game against Wicklow

Louth manager Wayne Kearns reacts during his side's O'Byrne Cup game against Longford

Kerry dressing prior to their Munster Hurling League game against Tipperary

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Kerry selector and former Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins on the sideline the Munster Hurling League game between Tipperary and Kerry

Tipp's Jason Forde scores a free

15-month-old Caolan Malone, son of Wexford player Brian Malone, during the O'Byrne Cup match between Wexford and Meath

Longford's Johnny Casey of makes his way from the dressing room before his side's Kehoe Cup game against

Another Beard of the Year contender by Louth keeper Donal Connolly

See Also: Strong Element Of WTF About Leitrim's Late Equaliser Against Mayo

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