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Why Is Eoghan O'Gara On The Front Of Today's Irish Times?

Why Is Eoghan O'Gara On The Front Of Today's Irish Times?
By Donny Mahoney Updated

If Diarmuid Connolly was an Irish Times reader, he'd probably be somewhat pissed to discover that in the wake of his blistering performance against Tyrone - seven points from play, most of them brilliant - Eoghan O'Gara, who played no part in the All-Ireland quaterfinal, is on the front page of the paper wearing in the #14 jersey. What's up with that? Never mind the glaring 'Wateford' typo that the Broadsheet spotted - this is pretty lazy journalism. Or maybe its just revenge for Connolly's post-match reticence.

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