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Westmeath Sport 28th April 2001
Challenged by Offaly's Paul Egan ( 20 ) and Paul Cummins, WEstmeath centre half back John Curran gets in his clearance during Saturday's Leinster Minor Hurling Championship clash in Cusack Park, Mullingar, Westmeath Examiner Sports, April 2001, ( Hurling )
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Challenged by Offaly's Paul Egan ( 20 ) and Paul Cummins, WEstmeath centre half back John Curran gets in his clearance during Saturday's Leinster Minor Hurling Championship clash in Cusack Park, Mullingar, Westmeath Examiner Sports, April 2001, ( Hurling )
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2006-04-28

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