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Gaa - Today’s News

'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.

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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.

Mayo's Hanley brothers return home from Australia to be with terminally-ill brother

Pearce and Cian Hanley are current players in the Australian Football League.

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.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

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.

Late McManus penalty saves Monaghan, Kildare celebrate promotion and big wins for Galway and Meath

Kildare are going up to Division 1 and Galway may join them.

Late Tom Devine goal books Waterford's quarter-final place while Clare head for play-off

Waterford outscored Clare by 1-5 to 0-2 in the last 15 minutes.

McLoughlin proves Mayo's match-winner in intense battle against Tyrone in Omagh

Three black cards handed out at Healy Park.

Galway beat Limerick to take second place in 1B, Offaly sneak into final QF spot

Tribesmen set up Waterford clash with three-point win at the Gaelic Grounds.

Here's next weekend's Allianz hurling league quarter-final clashes

Dublin and Clare are set for a relegation playoff.

Horgan the hero with 0-15 as Cork edge Tipp to clinch quarter-final spot

Kieran Kingston’s Rebels finish second in 1A after a one-point win against Tipperary.

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

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

Late Seanie Johnston free earns relegation-threatened Cavan a valuable point against Kerry

Kerry’s chance of reaching the league final is now all but gone, but Cavan have a fighting chance of staying in Division 1.

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.

O'Neill and Kerrigan shine in attack as Cork footballers claim vital win away to Derry

Danny Tallon hit two goals for the home side in Celtic Park.

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.

As it happened: Cork v Tipperary, Clare v Waterford - Sunday GAA hurling match tracker

We’ll keep you updated on all the action from the final round of fixtures in Divisions 1A and 1B.

As It Happened: Mayo v Tyrone, Kerry v Cavan - Sunday GAA football match tracker

We were following all the action from around the country.

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.

Calculators at the ready…here’s the Allianz hurling league permutations

The last round of matches in the divisions takes place tonight.

Gaa - 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.

Last year's All-Ireland U21 champions Mayo knocked out of Connacht by Galway

Eoin Finnerty scored a goal from the bench and sealed the win.

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.

Our Lady's Templemore come from behind to win first All-Ireland since 1978

Brian McGrath hit 1-8 to deny St Kieran’s an historic four-in-a-row.

Limerick's John the Baptist crowned All-Ireland schools hurling champions in Thurles

The Hospital-based school comfortably saw off their Belfast counterparts.

Tony Kelly back to captain Clare after All-Ireland heartbreak with Ballyea

The Banner County take on Waterford tomorrow.

'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.

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.

Gaa - 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.

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