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Dublin: 12 °C Thursday 29 June, 2017

Today’s News

How the rising tide of Davy Fitzgerald lifts all players

Willie Devereux is an example of the transformative effective the Clare man can have on unheralded players.

Yesterday’s News

'There probably was a bit of destiny there': Jack O'Connor more than happy to follow a well-worn path

O’Connor’s father and uncle lifted the Liam MacCarthy Cup with Wexford in 1996.

Tuesday 27 June, 2017

Louth's Ryan Burns handed 12-week suspension for hitting an umpire with a football

Burns has been banned for “minor physical interference with an umpire.”

Four hurling teams confirmed for Super 11s double-header in Boston this November

Dublin, Galway, Tipperary and Clare will be in action at the home of the Boston Red Sox.

Limerick minor hurlers make two changes for tomorrow's Munster semi-final against Clare

The Shannonsiders face Clare in Cusack Park at 7.30 on Wednesday night.

Monday 26 June, 2017

The Banty Bowl, Carlow bidding for a 3rd win of the summer and Tipp's long road to Cavan

We discuss 5 talking points from today’s All-Ireland SFC Round 2 qualifier draw.

Waterford and Tipperary to take first steps of recovery, tough task for Limerick and the delayed draw

We take a look at the 5 main talking points from today’s All-Ireland SHC Round 1 qualifier draw.

Sunday 25 June, 2017

Dublin's movement in attack, Westmeath's use of one sweeper and the task facing Kildare

We run through 5 talking points after Dublin’s 4-29 to 0-10 victory over Westmeath in the Leinster semi-final

Slick Dubs beat Westmeath to a pulp with 31-point hammering to book Leinster final

It was Dublin’s highest margin of victory in the championship under Jim Gavin.

As it happened: Dublin v Westmeath, Leinster SFC semi-final

Throw-in at Croke Park was 4pm.

Meath waltz past Louth to claim first Leinster title at Croke Park since 2010

The Royals cruised to the nine-point victory in the Leinster junior final.

Saturday 24 June, 2017

Dark horses Down hang on by a thread to stun Monaghan and book Ulster final

Down are back in their first Ulster final since 2012.

As it happened: Down v Monaghan, Ulster SFC semi-final

Could the Farney make it to their fourth provincial final in five years?

Aidan O'Brien lands Royal Ascot trainers' title for an eighth time with Idaho victory

“We’re delighted,” O’Brien said afterwards.

Lance Armstrong plans on launching new daily podcast for next month's Tour de France

Armstrong had avoided speaking about professional cycling since receiving his lifetime ban.

Joe Ward crowned European champion for a 3rd time with unanimous victory in Ukraine

Ward defeated Russia’s Muslim Gadzhimagomedov to take home gold for Ireland.

Johnny Magee has stepped down as Wicklow manager after three years in charge

Wicklow were dumped out of the qualifiers by Laois last weekend.

Does Bernard Brogan stand to benefit most from Diarmuid Connolly's suspension?

Connolly’s 12-week ban has opened up a coveted spot in the Dublin attack.

Thursday 22 June, 2017

The challenge facing Westmeath for a 3rd straight year: How do you set up against the Dubs?

Kieran Martin says Westmeath won’t go ultra-defensive like Carlow did in the quarter-final.

Wednesday 21 June, 2017

Dealing with being targeted by the opposition is Brian Fenton's 'biggest challenge' - Whelan

Brian Fenton is in his third year as a Dublin senior footballer, having won an All-Ireland in the previous two.

Tuesday 20 June, 2017

Cian Lynch leads formidable Limerick U21 side to face Tipperary

Limerick take on Tipperary on Thursday night.

Davy Fitzgerald '100% considering' watching Wexford's Leinster final from high in the stands

Fitzgerald also revealed that key forward Conor McDonald is in a race against time to be fit for the Leinster final.

Monday 19 June, 2017

12 months on from his darkest day as Kildare boss, how Cian O'Neill got them back on track

Kildare are back in their first Leinster final in eight years.

Sunday 18 June, 2017

Louth are searching for a new manager after Colin Kelly confirms his departure

Kelly led the Wee County to successive promotions in the league.

No country for young men! Impressive Tyrone power past hapless Donegal to book Ulster final

The Ulster champions had nine points to spare over a young Donegal outfit.

As it happened: Tyrone v Donegal, Ulster SFC semi-final

Throw-in at Clones was at 2pm.

'It was sink or swim and they had to swim' - Michael Murphy on Donegal's young guns

Donegal face Tyrone in the Ulster SFC semi-final today.

Kevin McStay and Roscommon continue to fall victim to false narratives

Win today and the Rossies will appear in back-to-back Connacht finals for just the second time in the last 25 years.

Saturday 17 June, 2017

Ex-professionals impress for Kildare, strength of Cian O'Neill's bench and Meath head for the backdoor

We run through 5 talking points after Kildare’s Leinster semi-final win over Meath today.

McNally and Flynn hit 2-7 as Kildare swat Meath aside to reach first Leinster final since 2009

Kildare powered to a nine-point win in Tullamore today.

Westmeath hit Offaly with 3 second-half goals to book Dublin showdown

Westmeath had 11 points to spare over the Faithful.

Friday 16 June, 2017

Galway team for Leinster semi-final with Offaly shows 2 changes from Dublin victory

Galway handed out a 14-point beating to Dublin in the quarter-final.

Austin Gleeson named at centre-back as Derek McGrath shows his hand for Cork clash

Waterford take on Cork at 4pm on Sunday.

Here’s how the next All-Ireland football qualifier draw will work

The four Round 2A qualifier games will take place on the weekend of 1-2 July.

Midfielder Eoin Carroll misses out as Offaly make one change for Westmeath replay

Dublin will take on the winners in the Leinster semi-final, while Cavan await the losers in the qualifiers.

Wednesday 14 June, 2017

Back to the future: Is this the most wide-open hurling championship since 2013?

“It’s going to be a serious championship,” says former Galway skipper David Collins.

'We showed a fight and an edge on Sunday. We just didn’t get the result'

Tom Parsons believes there are plenty of positives for Mayo as they head to the qualifiers for a second successive year.

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