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Dublin: 4 °C Tuesday 25 April, 2017

Saturday 22 April, 2017

2011 champions St Brigid's make no mistake while Jack McCaffrey's Clontarf bow out

St Sylvesters, Thomas Davis St Maurs also advanced in the Dublin SFC.

The Brian Mullins era at St Vincent's begins with a 15-point hammering of Round Towers

It was a first championship game for Dublin legend in charge of the Vinnies today.

Neil McManus grabs 1-13 in Antrim's thrilling extra-time win over Carlow

There were also wins for Down and Donegal in the Christy Ring Cup.

Dublin minors complete stunning comeback to defeat Meath after trailing by 10 points at half-time

Dublin, who had Kevin McManamon in their backroom team, were two-point winners after extra-time.

Friday 21 April, 2017

'The guys have really warmed to him': Alan Brogan on joining forces with Paul Galvin

The Brogans’ mother hails from Listowel, which is less than 10 miles from Galvin’s hometown Lixnaw.

Thursday 20 April, 2017

Bernard Brogan electric as Plunkett's dump 2016 All-Ireland champions out of Dublin SFC

Ballyboden St Enda’s fell to a Plunkett’s side that boasted names like the Brogan brothers, Paul Galvin and Tomas Corrigan.

McManamon on form as St Jude's advance while Kilmacud put 10 goals past Erins Isle

St Jude’s avoided a drop into the Senior ‘B’ championship.

Michael Fennelly's return from injury and how Davy Fitzgerald's ban will affect Wexford

Cillian Buckley has been assessing Kilkenny’s prospects as they prepare to defend their Leinster crown.

'I'm already being written off': Disciplinary issues won't force Connolly to change his game

The Dublin forward failed to finish either of their last two league ties.

Wednesday 19 April, 2017

100 days since launch, CPA admits it 'underestimated the scale of the problem' in the GAA

CPA won’t be releasing a fixtures plan just yet as talks continue with key GAA officials.

Tuesday 18 April, 2017

Brothers in arms! Noel McGrath on the rise and rise of younger brother John

John McGrath has been in electric form since he exploded onto the scene last year.

Winning a New York title 40 years after his father and almost being named after a Tipp hurler

From Pittsburgh to the Big Apple to Gort, the Hartes have come a long way.

'I certainly don't lie awake at night thinking about what Joe Brolly is going to say about me'

Colm Cooper laughed off Brolly’s suggestions that he “didn’t have that warrior spirit needed to turn games around.”

Seamus Callanan ruled out Sunday's hurling league final with broken thumb

Tipperary boss Michael Ryan confirmed the news last night.

Monday 17 April, 2017

Patrick Kielty on growing up immersed in the GAA and winning an All-Ireland minor title at 16 Past Life This post contains videos

Patrick Kielty on growing up immersed in the GAA and winning an All-Ireland minor title at 16

Kielty played alongside James McCartan with Down minors in 1987.

'They just see me as one of the lads': Autistic Tipp fan on his close bond with Premier footballers

Kevin Hanly has gone from strength-to-strength since he’s developed a relationship with the Tipp squad.

County teammates Macauley and Brogan face-off in the standout Dublin SFC opener this week

The games will go ahead despite the upcoming All-Ireland U21 football final.

Ex-Blues Michael Essien and Carlton Cole made their debuts in Indonesia over the weekend

The former Chelsea teammates arrived at the club last month.

Sunday 16 April, 2017

Magic McGraths, Galway's efficiency and who needs a league title more? — Sunday hurling talking points

Plus, we take a closer look at Tipperary’s devastating six-minute blitz which put the game to bed.

Here are the details for the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 final between Tipperary and Galway

The camogie league final has been handed a boost with a double-header set to take place at the Gaelic Grounds.

Wexford boss Davy Fitzgerald involved in heated on-field clash with multiple Tipperary players Oh Davy This post contains videos

Wexford boss Davy Fitzgerald involved in heated on-field clash with multiple Tipperary players

Fitzgerald entered the fray after Tipperary scored their second goal of the afternoon.

As it happened: Tipperary v Wexford, Allianz Hurling League Division 1 semi-final

Who advanced to face Galway in the final?

As it happened: Limerick v Galway, Allianz Hurling League Division 1 semi-final

Throw-in at the Gaelic Grounds was at 2pm.

Saturday 15 April, 2017

The game in your head - Inside the mind of Dublin footballer Paul Flynn

All-Ireland final parades, developing a career off the field and getting into the flow-state – Flynn on the psychology of his rise to the top.

Friday 14 April, 2017

Gavin v McGuinness: The 2010 encounter between the men who would change the landscape of Gaelic football

Seven years ago Jim Gavin and Jim McGuinness met on the sideline for the first time in the All-Ireland U21 football final.

John Muldoon set for 300th Connacht cap as Leinster ring the changes

It’s Connacht v Leinster in Galway on Saturday night.

Thursday 13 April, 2017

Seamus Callanan's 'humble' hero Eoin Kelly and Lee Keegan on lessons he learned from Cora Staunton Idol Talk This post contains videos

Seamus Callanan's 'humble' hero Eoin Kelly and Lee Keegan on lessons he learned from Cora Staunton

Keegan, Callanan, Caoimhe Mohan and Kate Kelly discuss their heroes when they were growing up.

8 players to watch in this week's All-Ireland U21 football championship semi-finals

Dublin, Donegal, Galway and Kerry are battling it out for silverware.

Exciting talents in Dublin, Donegal, Galway and Kerry scoop U21 Player of the Province awards

Aaron Byrne, Michael Langan, Michael Daly and Andrew Barry were the winners of the inaugural EirGrid awards.

From getting dropped for the All-Ireland final replay to being Mayo's best player in the league

Lee Keegan has hailed David Clarke’s comeback this year.

Monaghan suffer hammer blow as knee injury could rule Hughes out for the entire campaign

Darren Hughes was one of the central figures in the Farney’s impressive league campaign.

Wednesday 12 April, 2017

Paul Flynn 'licking a few wounds' after Dublin's unbeaten run was ended

The wing-forward has backed the team to bounce back from the loss to Kerry.

Tuesday 11 April, 2017

AFL trialist leads Kerry minor attack in a team featuring four recent Hogan Cup winners

Starlet David Clifford is one of the most exciting talents to emerge from the county in recent years.

Monday 10 April, 2017

Cian O'Neill feels pre-match nerves were an issue for Kildare before they played Galway

Kildare went down by two points to Galway in the Division 2 decider.

Michael Meehan's Galway comeback suffers 'a slight setback' with ankle injury

Meehan is expected to return to full training in 10 days.

Sunday 9 April, 2017

5 talking points as Kerry inflict a 7th competitive defeat on the Jim Gavin regime

It was only a second post-St Patrick’s Day defeat for Dublin under Gavin.

David Moran phenomenal as Kerry sack the Dublin empire to lift league crown

Kerry were narrow 0-20 to 1-16 winners in a stunning encounter that put an end to Dublin’s 36-game unbeaten run.

As it happened: Galway v Kildare, Allianz Football League Division 2 final

A national title was up for grabs in Croke Park today.

The inside story of 'A Year 'Til Sunday,' the great film that captured Galway's All-Ireland win in 1998

“I wasn’t thinking about the camera, I was thinking about the dream. That’s what it was about.”

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