Gaa - Today’s News
The defensive nature of match infuriated the majority of spectators.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
The main main scored two points for his club Finuge today
With the scores tied at 0-4 apiece and 65 minutes on the clock, Brian McIver’s side dreamt of stealing a win.
Lilywhites handed crucial lifeline in race to avoid the drop
The player finished beautifully to score the only goal in his side’s 1-0 win over Linfield — an impressive enough feat alone.
The full-forward blasted 1-5 at Croke Park, following up on his five points against Galway.
It’s the Dubs against the Oak Leaf county today.
The champions will face off against the first-time finalists for All-Ireland senior Colleges A glory at Croke Park
Big game in Croke Park between Ger Cunningham and TJ Ryan’s teams.
Simon Lambert, Ross O’Carroll, Eamonn Dillon and Alan Nolan all miss out.
Gaa - Friday 27 March, 2015
The game takes place in O’Connor Park, Tullamore at 3pm this Sunday.
Jim Gavin’s side have made just one change from their recent win over Mayo
Brian Cody’s men face Clare in Sunday’s relegation play-off.
We want to find Ireland’s toughest GAA twosome.
Also, Ulster flanker Chris Henry is set to return from his long injury lay-off.
Jack Wilshere had some nice words for Jamie Wall.
Fancy yourself as a leader in sporting knowledge? Prove it right here…
The former Donegal boss says he’s enjoying his time with Celtic.
William Kearney, Killian Burke and Anthony Spillane all come into the team.
The All-Ireland champions face Monaghan while Mayo play Cork this weekend.
Gaa - Thursday 26 March, 2015
The Banner All-Star will have to serve the second game of his two-match ban.
We’ll also have news on the Real Madrid player not selected for Scotland because he was too short. Kind of.
Taylor privileged to watch one of hurling’s all-time greats over the last 16 years.
The five key fixtures in football this weekend.
Fr Maher masterminded seven All-Ireland championship wins.
It’s a question that will lead to intense debate following Henry Shefflin’s retirement from intercounty hurling
Gaa - Wednesday 25 March, 2015
He was a prolific scorer but Henry Shefflin’s selflessness and strength in adversity helped make him great
Because sport wasn’t just about Henry Shefflin today.
In no particular order, we look back on ten of the best from ‘The King’ for Kilkenny and Ballyhale
The Kilkenny legend officially announced his retirement today.
The GAA has produced a superb tribute that sums up all that was great about Shefflin.
The retiring Kilkenny star has left behind some great memories and here are ten of them.
The Kilkenny players learned this morning that their star had retired.
From inter-county peers to people who just loved to watch him do his thing, here are some tributes paid to The King today.
After 16 years and 10 senior All-Irelands, it’s all over for Shefflin.
It was a simpler time.
From Prince Henry to King Henry and everything in between.
One of the greatest hurlers to ever grace the sport has confirmed his Kilkenny retirement.
Not blanket defences or cyncial fouling, coloured boots.
Sheehan made his debut for Carlton last August.