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Shoulder injuries

There are many forms of shoulder injuries, ranging from your average Rotator cuff strain and tendonitis problems to the more chronic frozen shoulder. The interesting thing about shoulders is that the nature of the injury, and how the injury came about, determines how quickly or slowly the injury heals. For example, if you get a shoulder injury playing rugby or get a bang to the shoulder from a fall, with the proper care and treatment these types of injuries usually heal very successfully. However, if a shoulder starts to be irritated, becomes very stiff and sore, and the patient gets sharp pain on lifting the arm in particular directions, this is where complications start to arise.

Connacht’s front line players likely to start for Harlequins’ challenge

Connacht renew their rivalry with English premiership outfit Harlequins on Saturday (6.30pm) when the two sides meet in a challenge at the Galway Sportsground.

The rough guide to what happened Sunday

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Turning point

Kilkenny intermediates first into the ring to defend their crown

The clock is ticking down slowly to the big day - it's almost like we are waiting for a bomb to go off. We know there won't be any structural damage done on September 6, but fireworks and crunching tackles are sure to take place at Croke Park on All-Ireland final day.

Relief as Westmeath scrape through

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Westmeath 0-16

Injuries a big worry for Corofin

Corofin, who are the current Connacht club football champions, are very aware of the threat posed to their crown by Glencar-Manorhamilton from Leitrim in this Sunday’s Connacht club semi-final at Tuam Stadium at 2pm.

New challenges for Galway clubs as AIL rugby season opens

The 20th year of All Ireland League rugby begins on Saturday with Galway clubs Galwegians, Corinthians, and Connemara fighting for honours in each of the three divisions.

Garrycastle and Tubberclair ready to deliver in Leinster club semi-finals

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Two Westmeath clubs go in search of a coveted place in a Leinster final this weekend. It has been a long and successful season already for the footballers of Garrycastle and Tubberclair but, without a doubt, all of their achievements up until now will pale into insignificance should either team win this weekend.

 

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