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Dublin: 9 °C Wednesday 29 March, 2017

Monday 27 March, 2017

From 1978 Harty Cup final goal poacher to All-Ireland hurling winning coach

Noel Fogarty has the distinction of winning Harty and Croke Cup medals as a player and coach.

'It's liberating' - Tipp's All-Ireland winning captain Maher on handing over the role

Brendan Maher discussed a wide range of topics with former Cavan goalkeeper Alan O’Mara in the latest Real Talks podcast.

Check out the 6 goals as Tipperary's Our Lady's win Croke Cup thriller Croke Cup Cracker This post contains videos

Check out the 6 goals as Tipperary's Our Lady's win Croke Cup thriller

The Tipperary school saw off competition specialists St Kieran’s in Saturday’s final.

Sunday 26 March, 2017

Galway pay the penalty as Scally steers Cork to victory in top-of-the-table clash

Holders Cork move three points clear at the top of the Lidl Ladies National Football League.

Louth seal Division 2 place while Tipperary and Armagh face promotion battle

Louth now go on to face Sligo in their final game.

Saturday 25 March, 2017

6 of the brightest Kilkenny and Tipperary hurling talents chasing Croke Cup glory

St Kieran’s are aiming for a 22nd title, and four-in-a-row, as Our Lady’s Templemore seek the title for the first time since 1978.

Thursday 23 March, 2017

Christmas training sessions primed Our Lady's Templemore for All-Ireland hurling assault

The Tipperary school is aiming to end a 39-year wait for Croke Cup glory, having captured a first Harty Cup title since 1978.

Tuesday 21 March, 2017

VIDEO: Michael Quinlivan's goal of the season contender for Tipperary against Offaly Pick It Out This post contains videos

VIDEO: Michael Quinlivan's goal of the season contender for Tipperary against Offaly

The 2016 All-Star netted this brilliant effort in the 53rd minute.

'This is what we've been pushing for' - Staunton ready to showcase her talents at Croke Park

Mayo star Cora Staunton hasn’t played at GAA HQ since 2008.

Tipp without key midfielder for promotion clash with Louth as red card appeal ruled out

George Hannigan was sent off against Offaly last Sunday.

Monday 20 March, 2017

'Mayo's problems are similar to what we've been seeing for years and years' - O'Rourke

‘Cavan looked the better team, with better individual footballers.’

Angry Meath boss McEntee delivers damning verdict on Cork stalemate

‘We proceeded to blow the game, and we did blow it’

'I know I got it wrong, I didn’t get it wrong on purpose'

Referee David Gough admits that he should have given a late free to Kerry in last year’s All-Ireland semi-final.

Sunday 19 March, 2017

Ace Galway forward makes return from cruciate injury in win over Kerry

Elsewhere Aimee Mackin scored 1-9 in Armagh’s victory against Dublin.

All-Star Michael Quinlivan bags stunning goal as Tipperary recover from 6-point deficit to beat Offaly

Offaly had Peter Cunningham and Michael Brazil sent off.

Saturday 18 March, 2017

Super sub Slattery at the double as Kildare take a big step towards promotion

The half-time substitute bagged two goals in the second period.

Late Eimear Scally strike heaps misery on Farney and seals Cork win

It’s four defeats in five now for Monaghan.

Friday 17 March, 2017

The Gooch's big chance, taming Tony Kelly and more All-Ireland club final talking points

Key questions will be answered in the 2017 AIB All-Ireland senior club hurling and football finals.

Thursday 16 March, 2017

Failure not an option as Dubliner Skehan and The Bull's brother eye Munster schools glory History Chasers This post contains videos

Failure not an option as Dubliner Skehan and The Bull's brother eye Munster schools glory

Glenstal Abbey are hoping to win the prestigious Munster Schools senior cup for the very first time.

The journey of two Kerry hurlers to take centre stage in All-Ireland club final

Cuala’s Darragh O’Connell and Ballyea’s Pat Joe Connolly will fly the flag for the Kingdom at Croke Park on St. Patrick’s Day.

Tuesday 14 March, 2017

The young Tipp, Kilkenny and Galway stars to watch in this week's Croke Cup semi-finals

The prestigious Post-Primary Schools senior A hurling competition has reached the semi-final stage.

Sunday 12 March, 2017

Cork star Scally returns to haunt former college UCC as UL claim 3rd O'Connor Cup in 4 seasons

Doireann O’Sullivan was UCC’s sole scorer.

Wednesday 8 March, 2017

Limerick stun Declan Browne's Tipperary with dramatic extra-time victory

The Shannonsiders came from three points down in extra-time to make the Munster U21 semi-finals.

Tuesday 7 March, 2017

From winning 2 All-Stars with the Tipperary senior footballers to the new U21 manager

Declan Browne is regarded as arguably Tipperary’s greatest-ever footballer – now he’s the county’s U21 team manager.

9 players to watch in the Munster U21 football championship

The provincial championship gets underway this week, with Cork aiming to retain their title.

Tipp manager Kearns in agreement with 'fuming' Longford supremo over postponement

Liam Kearns says that Tipp’s promotion chances have been ‘compromised’ by last Sunday’s controversial postponement of their scheduled game with Longford.

Monday 6 March, 2017

Offaly footballer issues heartfelt plea for change following 30-point Armagh hiding

Paraic Sullivan, who represented Offaly from 2007-2016, has taken to Twitter this morning.

Shefflin - 'Tipperary hurlers now have strength in depth to compare with Dublin footballers' Premier Power This post contains videos

Shefflin - 'Tipperary hurlers now have strength in depth to compare with Dublin footballers'

Former Kilkenny star Henry Shefflin has hailed neighbours Tipperary, with former Clare All-Ireland winner Anthony Daly stating that the Premier County’s strength in depth is “scary”.

Clare management non-committal on Galvin future & sweat on suspected O'Brien cruciate

Joint-manager Donal Moloney was asked about Colm Galvin’s situation and expressed concern for corner back Oisin O’Brien.

Video evidence approved to prevent repeat of last year's All-Ireland Ladies football final controversy

The LGFA want to ensure there are no future incidents like the one last September, when Carla Rowe’s point was ruled wide.

Thursday 2 March, 2017

The Fitzy effect – Davy sprinkling his magic dust on the Wexford hurlers

Early days for Davy Fitzgerald but the signs are good.

Wednesday 1 March, 2017

Conundrum for Cody's Cats - where do the Kilkenny hurlers go from here?

There are question marks over the summer prospects of manager Brian Cody and his players.

Tuesday 28 February, 2017

8 players to watch in this week's Leinster U21 football championship fixtures

There are three quarter-finals down for decision, as well as the re-arranged game between Wicklow and Louth.

Monday 27 February, 2017

Those were the days, my friend - surprise All-Ireland football semi-finalists a thing of the past

Saturday’s GAA Congress vote to bring in the ‘super 8′ quarter-final format has ended the chances of another Fermanagh, Wexford or Tipperary fairytale summer run.

Check out All-Star David Clarke's weekend goalkeeping masterclass for Mayo Shot-stopper This post contains videos

Check out All-Star David Clarke's weekend goalkeeping masterclass for Mayo

Mayo’s number one was in excellent form against Roscommon in Castlebar.

Kavanagh says GAA have 'pulled the wool over people's eyes' as Spillane hammers GPA

Pundits Pat Spillane and Rory Kavanagh had some interesting views on the motions passed – and rejected – at the GAA’s Annual Congress.

Mayo's footballers have found themselves an unlikely 'Angel of Hope'

Three weeks after writing off Mayo’s All-Ireland hopes, Pat Spillane appears to have changed his tune.

Saturday 25 February, 2017

Tipperary earn priceless win to boost promotion hopes at the expense of Laois

Conor Sweeney starred for the visitors as they bounced back from defeat to Sligo last time out.

Kingpins Cork move clear on top of table, while Waterford lead the way in Division 2

Cork beat Mayo in a repeat of last year’s final.

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