Gaa - Today’s News
Kieran McGeeney discusses his involvement at Straight Blast Gym, Ireland’s top mixed martial arts facility.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Here’s what Wednesday had to offer, sports fans.
The legendary manager is already looking to build on this summer’s run to the All-Ireland quarters.
Bad news if you were hoping to get a seat last minute.
Denis Bastick is the subject of AIG’s latest Dublin GAA video.
'It’s a huge blow for any guy involved in sport. The biggest game of the year and he can’t play in it.'
Brian Cody won’t have his talisman available for the All-Ireland final.
The games will now take place in late September.
The 30-year-old midfielder has been reflecting on a rivalry that Dublin have dominated in recent times.
Gaa - Tuesday 23 August, 2016
We'll Leave It There So: Burnley striker charged for homophobic tweets and the rest of today's sport
Here’s what the world of sport had to offer on Tuesday.
After a quiet day against Donegal, Brogan is looking to the showdown with Kerry.
Calls for club games to be postponed - 'There's still time to do the right thing for all of Mayo GAA'
All-Star defender Ger Cafferkey, who is currently out injured, has made his feelings known.
The Tipp native endured a gruelling four-day car journey through the Australian desert after the incident.
Killian Young discusses Kerry’s route to the final, Colm Cooper’s battle with injury and Kieran Donaghy’s role against Dublin.
Aidan O’Shea says the win over Tipperary was all that mattered.
Gaa - Monday 22 August, 2016
Elsewhere, Paul O’Donovan was dominant in his world rowing championships heat and Limerick are looking for a new Gaelic football manager.
Eight months into Stephen Rochford’s reign, they’re back to within touching distance of Sam Maguire.
John Brudair has departed after three years in charge.
The Offaly native will be in charge for a fourth time in the September showpiece.
Stephen Rochford’s team triumphed as Liam Kearns side fell short.
Who’s in line to join Declan Browne as football All-Star winners for the Premier County?
The42.ie’s Gaelic football columnist looks back on the opening 2016 All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
The Premier County manager felt the black and red cards proved crucial.
Gaa - Sunday 21 August, 2016
Jarlath Burns, Dessie Dolan and Tomás Ó Sé delivered their verdict this evening.
Na Piarsaigh’s exit has been confirmed with one round of group games still left to play.
Here’s how all the action of the last seven days looked through a lens.
We discuss poor refereeing decisions, Mayo’s cuteness in defence and Andy Moran’s huge impact.
Peter Acheson has been a key player for the Premier in 2016.
As Mayo stare down the barrel of Kerry or Dublin in the All-Ireland final, their manager knows they’ve a lot to work on.
The green flags raised by Jason Doherty and Conor O’Shea were crucial.
Kerry or Kildare await in the decider on 18 September.
These two sides are 70 minutes away from securing an All-Ireland final date in September.
Conor Whelan looks like a major doubt while there’s good news from the Deise camp.
A European Cup winner will be on the sideline with Tipperary today.
Plus, Derval O’Rourke is impressed with Jerry Kiernan’s new haircut.
Tipperary and Mayo contest the senior tie while Donegal and Galway meet for a place in the minor final.
Gaa - Saturday 20 August, 2016
Brian Molloy hit 0-10 for the Tribesmen in Thurles.
Football, hurling, camogie and ladies football games are photographed at all adult levels in every county.
Cork saw off Laois while Kilkenny defeated Kildare in today’s intermediate semi-finals.
Tipperary have a shot at immortality while Mayo appear to be timing their run to perfection under Stephen Rochford.
Waterford hit 5 goals in win over Antrim to end 24-year wait for place in All-Ireland U21 hurling final
Patrick Curran netted twice for the victors.