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Dublin: 11 °C Monday 27 March, 2017

Today’s News

Cuala contingent to resume Dublin training tomorrow night ahead of relegation clash with Clare

Ger Cunningham is welcoming back the best players from the finest club team in the land.

'It’s like watching a decent car with a little engine': McStay looks to long-term plan

Dublin’s conditioning blew Roscommon away on Saturday night in Croke Park.

Cody delights in Kilkenny's progression - 'The suggestion was that it wouldn't happen'

After losing their first two games of the league, Kilkenny are back in the league quarter-finals.

Yesterday’s News

14-man Dublin head for relegation play-off despite pushing Kilkenny all the way in physical affair

Dublin lost Gary Maguire to a red card after 31 minutes.

Heslin kicks 1-10 as Westmeath seal promotion while Mulligan leads Leitrim to victory

A much-changed Wexford side were on the end of a hiding from the Lake County.

Rory's winning matches! How Gallagher stepped out of Jim McGuinness's shadow

The Donegal boss is moulding this young team in his image.

Jim Gavin has no interest in record talk - 'The currency we deal in is performance'

Inside the camp it’s business as usual as the Dubs chase a fifth straight league crown.

Saturday 25 March, 2017

Armagh account for Saffrons to go top, while Laois win to keep survival hopes intact

Donie Kingston’s nine-point haul helped Laois to victory.

Dublin juggernaut rolls on with 21-point pasting of Roscommon to create history in style

Paul Flynn scored 1-6 in a big win for Dublin today in Croke Park.

As it happened: Dublin v Roscommon, Allianz Division 1 Football League

Jim Gavin’s history chasers were 70 minutes away from setting the longest unbeaten record in GAA history.

'I told the Mayo guys – if we had Offaly jerseys on we wouldn’t even dream of losing these matches'

Sean Lowry won three All-Irelands with Offaly before a twist of fate saw him lift a Connacht title with Mayo in 1985.

Friday 24 March, 2017

O'Shea brothers fail to make the cut for Mayo, while Niall Morgan comes into goals for Tyrone

Aidan and Seamus O’Shea are believed to be nearing a comeback from their respective injuries.

Suspension and injury sees Derek McGrath make five changes for trip to Ennis

Jamie Barron and Maurice Shanahan will sit out the crucial game against Clare.

The big guns return for Dublin as McCarthy, O'Sullivan, Flynn and Brogan all start against Rossies

Jim Gavin has recalled some of his most trusted lieutenants.

3 players to make senior debut for Tipperary, while Darren Gleeson makes his return

Cork have named an unchanged team for the game.

Monday 20 March, 2017

Portlaoise the venue for the Leinster U21 football final, which will be streamed live on TG4

Offaly will play the winners of Dublin-Longford in the decider on Wednesday week.

Offaly boss didn't sleep for 'two or three nights' after Armagh hiding, while McNamee return unlikely

McNamee has made 130 appearances for Offaly since 2003, but it appears he won’t be returning to the county colours in 2017.

'We're being penalised for our own mistakes' — Plenty to worry Rochford as Mayo slump to another defeat

They’ve failed to score a goal from play in the league, while Cillian O’Connor’s form has dipped.

Sunday 19 March, 2017

Hammer blow for Cork with the news Brian Hurley is unlikely to play again this season

The 24-year-old had only returned from an eight-month absence through injury.

Armagh hand Louth first league defeat, while Wexford continue winning ways Division 4

There were also wins for Antrim, Longford, Westmeath and Limerick today.

Monaghan leave Roscommon facing the drop, while Quigley points the way for Fermanagh

Quigley hit 0-8 as the Erne men saw off Clare.

As it happened: Mayo v Cavan, Monaghan v Roscommon, Cork v Meath - Sunday GAA match tracker

Vital league points were up for grabs today.

The troubled life of Pele's son, the driving force of Russell Westbrook and the week's best sportswriting

Plus, James McCarthy on the moment he’ll take to the grave.

Saturday 18 March, 2017

As it happened: Kerry v Dublin, Donegal v Tyrone, Down v Kildare — Saturday night GAA match tracker

Dublin made the trip to Tralee as they equalled an 84-year-old record.

The Gooch and Eamonn Fitzmaurice to discuss potential Kerry return 'in the next week or so'

Cooper finally led his club to the All-Ireland title yesterday.

Match-ups and kick-outs crucial as Kerry look to strip Dublin of their 'invincibles' tag

Jim Gavin’s men are looking to equal the record set by the great Kerry side of the 1930s.

'Young O'Leary made a meal of it' - Slaughtneil unhappy with Cassidy's red card

The Derry side were forced to play the entire second-half with 14 men.

Friday 17 March, 2017

Poll: Who do you think will win today’s All-Ireland club finals at Croke Park? The Toughest This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will win today’s All-Ireland club finals at Croke Park?

Cuala, Ballyea, Dr Crokes and Slaughtneil are the four clubs involved.

Thursday 16 March, 2017

Quiz – Can you recognise these All-Ireland club final hurling and football teams?

It’s time to test your knowledge of the GAA on St Patrick’s Day.

Monday 13 March, 2017

Senior defender Ó Beaglaoich misses out for Kerry, while Cork boast 7 players from 2016 All-Ireland run

Munster U21 football final places are on offer on Wednesday night as Kerry face Waterford while Cork take on Limerick.

Third promotion since 2012 for Davy Fitzgerald, but Wexford must avoid a summer burnout like Clare

The Banner won eight of their nine league games in 2016 before they ran out of steam by the summer.

McGrath believes Munster hurling 'is going down a funny path' while Tyrrell urges caution

“There’s aspects of hurling over the last couple of years that have got a little bit alarming.”

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