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Dublin: 9 °C Tuesday 17 January, 2017

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

We'll Leave it There So: Dundalk sign ex-Chelsea starlet, legendary wrestler dies and all today's sport

Plus, Sean Cronin will miss the Six Nations after Leinster confirmed he has suffered a ‘significant’ hamstring injury.

10 pictures that sum up the GAA weekend

There was a lot of pre-season action around the country today.

Gaa - Sunday 15 January, 2017

Here's how to deal with the negative thoughts brought on by pressure

Mental skills coach Jason Brennan returns to look at internally produced psychological pressure.

Tactic brings social media and the love of sport together for youngsters

The new web app allows users to analyse and discuss footage professional games and their own matches.

First win for Mayo, 5 goals each for Galway and Sligo while Cavan and Monaghan stay unbeaten

The pre-season Gaelic football fare continued in the Dr McKenna Cup and FBD League.

Dubs challenge next for Kildare in O'Byrne Cup while Louth set for battle with Meath

Goals central to the Lilywhites victory over Offaly today.

Kilkenny fire 6 goals at Abbotstown while Wexford and Laois triumph again

Two goals apiece for Jonjo Farrell and Richie Leahy for the Cats.

Savage stars as Kerry defeat Cork to set up McGrath Cup final meeting with Limerick

The decider in Munster will take place next weekend.

Up and running - new Clare bosses off to winning start with Collins netting against Kerry

The Gerry O’Connor and Donal Moloney era got off to a great start today for the Banner.

7 goals for Cork hurlers as they cruise to 21-point victory over Limerick at Gaelic Grounds

Two goals apiece today for Patrick Horgan and Shane Kingston.

All-Ireland winning pair return to starting side for Clare's 2017 senior hurling opener

Seadna Morey and Cathal McInerney will both start today against Kerry.

Opinion: The mark won't fix everything in the GAA but that's not what it aims to do

Availing of the rule won’t guarantee you a win, but ignoring it won’t help your cause either.

Gaa - Saturday 14 January, 2017

Joe Sheridan makes his debut in goal as Meath book O'Byrne Cup semi-final place

A controversial late penalty did the job for the Royals.

Gaa - Friday 13 January, 2017

Cork and Limerick ring the changes for Munster Senior League meeting

Both sides are looking for a second successive win in the Munster Senior League.

Kerry unveil experienced side for McGrath Cup clash against Cork

Cork have also made some changes to the side who started their McGrath Cup opener during the week.

We'll Leave It There So: PL bids for Brady, fears for Walters and the rest of today's sport

Plus, all the fixture details for tomorrow’s rugby and football action.

Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz

How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?

GAA's CPA have a cause but Fifa showed changes in sport are usually about the bottom line

The CPA’s cause is right and fair, that alone doesn’t mean they will be successful, argues Tommy Martin.

Wales' Shane Williams bagged 0-4 in his Gaelic football debut on a freezing night in Donegal

The Welsh rugby great lined out for Glenswilly last night as part of The Toughest Trade.

The Joe Show! Former forward Sheridan named in goal for Meath as he makes inter-county comeback

Joe Sheridan will wear the number one jersey for Meath tomorrow night.

Gaa - Thursday 12 January, 2017

More good news for Galway youngsters as they make it back-to-back wins in Walsh Cup

Micheal Donoghue’s men earned a convincing victory over NUI Galway.

We'll Leave it There So: Tributes paid to Graham Taylor, McIlroy's birdie blitz and all today's sport

Plus, Jonathan Sexton and Jamie Heaslip have been included for Leinster’s Champions Cup clash with Montpellier.

Kenny Cunningham recalls the day he realised that Gaelic football wasn't for him

It could have been so different for the former Premier League player.

2013 Munster final man-of-the-match is back for another year with Limerick

James Ryan was originally omitted when the Limerick panel was announced last year.

Gaa - Wednesday 11 January, 2017

Jack McCaffrey key to victory over Dublin as UCD take the spoils in O'Byrne Cup tie

The students won out by two points in Parnell Park tonight.

35-point win for Kildare in O'Byrne Cup while Meath and Laois on course for battle to reach semi-finals

The second round of group games in the Leinster competition took place tonight.

Coakley fires two goals as Cork open McGrath Cup with 16-point win over Tipperary

Elsewhere, Limerick saw off Clare by four points in Group B.

1-10 return from teenage forward Burke helps Dublin to victory and Walsh Cup table top spot

Na Fianna club man Donal Burke starred against UCD tonight.

We'll Leave It There So: Manchester City fall foul of anti-doping rule and all today's sport

Plus, new faces in Connacht squad and a decorated horse is retired.

Champions Ardscoil Rís force quarter-final replay as Nenagh CBS claim extra-time win

The Limerick school rescued a draw against Midleton CBS.

3 goals help Cork's St Colman's book Harty Cup semi-final place with win over Christians

The Fermoy school are back in the last four of the competition.

Tipp All-Ireland minor winners key as Templemore see off Thurles in Harty Cup

Our Lady’s Templemore bagged three goals en route to victory today.

Laois GAA club take the piss out of those strict player-coach contracts

“Anybody who posts on social media and does not finish their post with #HonTheYard will be banned from the club for life.”

'I'll have a pension before I actually get a job': Noel Connors nearing the end of his PhD studies

By the time he finishes his thesis, Connors will have completed eight years in college.

Conor McManus admits he is 'probably looking at a hip replacement down the line'

The Monaghan star is well aware of the toll elite inter-county football has on the body.

The 2017 GAA pre-season heats up with 44 games taking place across the country

Munster rivals Cork and Kerry clash in one of the week’s standout ties.

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