Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Elsewhere, talk is building that Katie Taylor will turn professional, Keith Earls is facing a disciplinary hearing and the shortlist for the Bord Gáis Energy Sports Book of the Year has been revealed.
Manager Kieran Kingston has begun assembling his preliminary squad.
The 31 year-old won two All-Ireland senior medals.
A decider with Kilmacud Crokes awaits next Saturday.
Kieran Donaghy has yet to decide whether he’ll have another shot at Sam with Kerry.
Gaa - Monday 24 October, 2016
Elsewhere, Padraig Harrington surges up world rankings, Daniel Goulding announces his inter-county retirement and Mike Ford lands one of European rugby’s top jobs.
The Éire Óg player was part of the team that lifted Sam Maguire in 2010.
Not one for the faint-hearted.
The Belfast venue has been lying idle for three years.
Gaa - Sunday 23 October, 2016
Leitrim champions Kiltubrid were on the wrong end of a 32-point defeat in the Connacht final.
Masterson won’t be available for selection in Seamus McEnaney’s debut season in charge of Wexford.
Meanwhile in London, St Kiernan’s stunned defending champions Tir Chonaill Gaels.
Elsewhere there was hurling silverware up for grabs in Westmeath, Meath and Mayo.
Ballybrown had no answer at the Gaelic Grounds this afternoon.
A 17-point win for the champions against Passage.
Ballintubber scored just once from play – a goal in the 64th minute.
It was county senior football semi-final day in Tipperary.
Michael Lundy made his first start since returning from the States to help his side to a five-point victory.
A 13-point win for Kilmurry-Ibrickane against Cratloe.
Loughgiel Shamrocks were defeated by the Derry champions today.
Last year’s finalists were toppled by the North Mayo men.
Ballygunner, Patrickswell and St Rynagh’s are all celebrating.
Cratloe, St Brigid’s, Corofin and Castlebar Mitchels are among the big sides in action today.
Niall Ronan played alongside the Munster legend for a couple of seasons.
The Waterford hurling legend has now made a full recovery from the open heart surgery he underwent.
Gaa - Friday 21 October, 2016
Mark Bradley scored eight points in tonight’s replay.
Anthony Foley was also laid to rest, while the Boys in Green have been scheduled to play Iceland.
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Dublin star forward Sinead Ahearne was also nominated for the honour.
Gary O’Donnell and Galway lifted the Connacht title before the season ended with defeat to the Premier County.
A long season for the likes of Diarmuid Connolly, Kevin McManamon, Ciaran Kilkenny and Dean Rock continues into next week.
Gaa - Thursday 20 October, 2016
His first game in sole charge will be away to Tyrone in the league.
The draw was made tonight after St Vincents were narrow winners over Lucan Sarsfields.
Elsewhere, it was a good day on the course for Pádraig Harrington, Carl Frampton confirms a mouth-watering rematch and Martin O’Neill’s side drop two places in the Fifa rankings.
Brian Fenton’s Raheny were on the losing side.
20 books are in the running to claim the award, with a winner to be announced in December.
Numbers are dropping and it’s time to do something, says the GAA.
Ken McGrath never tasted All-Ireland success but he believes Waterford’s current side can end a 58-year wait.
Director general Paraic Duffy is aiming to condense the championship seasons.
He also spoke about the negativity which he feels surrounds the game.