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Dublin: 7 °C Tuesday 26 September, 2017

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

All-Ireland club winning boss appointed as new Antrim senior football manager

Lenny Harbinson guided St Gall’s to the All-Ireland title in 2010.

'You don’t play, you don’t get a medal and you don’t lift the cup. It’s for them'

Mick Bohan guided Dublin to All-Ireland senior glory yesterday as the Sky Blues finally put the hurt of the last three finals to bed.

Player Watch: Inside the devastating All-Ireland final performance of Noelle Healy

We take a closer look at Healy’s impact yesterday.

Another record broken as Ladies All-Ireland final viewing figures hit new heights

An average of 303,800 people tuned in throughout the senior final on TG4.

Mayo boss: 'Nobody died. I don’t mean that in a flippant way but we lost a game of football'

Frank Browne reflects on his side’s All-Ireland final loss, and looks to what’s next for Cora Staunton.

All-Ireland champions Cuala discover opponents for Dublin hurling quarter-finals

The semi-final draws for the Wexford SHC and Tyrone SFC were also made yesterday.

AFL rookie makes return off the bench as Meath champions complete stunning comeback

Conor Nash has just completed his first season in Australia with Hawthorn.

On the double! Two All-Ireland medals in one week for the McCaffreys of Clontarf Sibling Act This post contains videos

On the double! Two All-Ireland medals in one week for the McCaffreys of Clontarf

Sarah McCaffrey starred yesterday as her brother Jack enjoyed the celebrations in the stands.

'It's like being broken up with three years in a row in September' - Dublin finally land title

After three consecutive final losses, Dublin got the job done in the 2017 decider.

Nemo Rangers and Duhallow complete Cork semi-final line-up as Limerick champions exit

Monaleen bow out of the Limerick senior football race.

Gaa - Sunday 24 September, 2017

Sixmilebridge return to Clare decider as both Cork quarter-finals go to replays

Sixmilebridge will meet Clooney-Quin in the Clare decider.

5 talking points as Dublin end their drought but Mayo heartache lives on

The Sky Blues lifted the Brendan Martin Cup for the first time since 2010 after three consecutive final losses.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Here’s how the last seven days looked through the lens.

Attendance at Ladies All-Ireland final in Croke Park shatters previous record

Over 46,000 people turned out in Croke Park for the biggest day in the Ladies football calendar.

Fourth time lucky! Dublin goals key against Mayo as they storm to All-Ireland glory

There were 12 points in the difference as Croke Park saw a record-breaking attendance.

Brendan Maher inspires Borris-Ileigh to first Tipperary SHC final in 29 years

They claimed a 1-16 to 1-12 win over Drom & Inch in Thurles.

Aisling McCarthy stars as Tipperary cap incredible year with All-Ireland crown

McCarthy hit 1-4 as Shane Ronayne’s side beat Tyrone by three points in Croke Park.

Opinion: Public interest in Ladies GAA must extend beyond All-Ireland final day

The concentrated focus on All-Ireland ladies final stunts the narrative of the season.

'It’s harder to get over a defeat like that': The psychology behind Mayo's latest All-Ireland final loss

Four defeats in six years could have long-lasting effects for this group of players.

'It wasn't unusual to have the odd player smoking at half-time in the dressing room'

Former Mayo Ladies goalkeeper Denise Horan relives the days before winning All-Irelands and the victories that followed.

Gaa - Saturday 23 September, 2017

City rivals to meet in Cork hurling semi-final as football title holders reach last four

Senior wins tonight on Leeside for Blackrock, Na Piarsaigh and Carbey Rangers.

Moran hits the net and West Kerry shine as first two Kerry semi-final spots secured

Kerins O’Rahilly’s and divisional side West Kerry are celebrating.

73-year wait ended for Clare final place as 2016 All-Ireland champs back in Limerick decider

It was a good day’s work for Clooney-Quin, Na Piarsaigh and Patrickswell.

Cork on hunt for new senior hurling boss after Kingston departs

Kingston guided Cork to Munster senior hurling glory in July.

Two Tipp captains in Croker as Derry's adopted daughter relishes All-Ireland battle

‘Where else would you see it? Go somewhere else out of your home county and they let you take on that honour, and back you.’

Kilkenny on the lookout for new U21 hurling manager after Eddie Brennan steps down

He led the Cats to this year’s All-Ireland final.

'I didn't want to go out after it finished how it did last year, being so close'

Dublin captain Sinéad Aherne has experienced both All-Ireland joy and heartbreak on a remarkable journey in the Sky Blue jersey.

Putting her soccer career on hold to chase All-Ireland senior glory with Mayo

We sat down with Mayo’s Sarah Rowe, as her side prepare to face Dublin in the All-Ireland final tomorrow.

The Beatles, Toto Schillaci and brotherhood: How Cody's ex-Cats are finding their voice

Jackie Tyrrell and Tommy Walsh have been welcome additions to the media landscape.

Gaa - Friday 22 September, 2017

'They soldiered on when it was easier to give up and say, 'why do I need this s**t?"

Cora Staunton goes in search of a fifth All-Ireland medal this weekend.

Donegal confirm the appointment of Ulster minor and U21 winning manager

Declan Bonner is taking up the senior football hot-seat vacated by Rory Gallagher.

'People go out and annoy Cristiano Ronaldo because he is the key. And Cora is the key' Close Calls This post contains videos

'People go out and annoy Cristiano Ronaldo because he is the key. And Cora is the key'

Dublin boss’ comments on Cora Staunton are an attempt to get under the Mayo star’s skin, says former Dublin player Lindsay Peat.

Moloney aiming for more emotional Croke Park scenes with her childhood heroes

Tipperary face Tyrone in the All-Ireland intermediate final on Sunday.

Dublin club quarter-finals featuring O'Sullivan, Kilkenny and Connolly will be live on TV next weekend

Members of the three-in-a-row All-Ireland winning Dublin squad are back in action with their clubs shortly.

'I said: 'What's that for?' And I got blanked... That's why I got so pissed off'

Darran O’Sullivan remains in disbelief at the black card which ended his season.

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