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All-Ireland

All-Ireland is an

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Republican Sinn Féin hold an Eve of All Ireland Rally ahead of the senior All-Ireland Football Championship final on O'Connell Street, Dublin.

In Irish republicanism, expression Counties of Ireland is often used instead: 32 as distinct from the 26 traditional counties of the Republic and the remaining 6 of Northern Ireland. Those who subscribe to Irish republican legitimatism, that the Irish Republic continues to exist refer to the All-Ireland Republic to distinguish from the 26 county Republic of Ireland.

It is also used in the title Primate of All Ireland, the senior clergyman in each of the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Ireland:

Similarly, the term may be used in reference to annual competitions in certain traditional music and art forms:

Many sports are organised on an all-Ireland basis, for example football and snooker.

"All-Ireland" is often used as an abbreviation of All-Ireland Championship, held by sports organised on All-Ireland basis. In particular:

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