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Gaa - Today’s News

DJ Carey makes hurling history with IT Carlow - 'We're absolutely thrilled'

The Kilkenny great is working wonders as a manager.

0-12 for Limerick's Gillane as champions Mary I return to Fitzgibbon final

Davy Fitzgerald’s Limerick IT were on the losing side today.

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Dunford goal puts IT Carlow in to first Fitzgibbon Cup final with dramatic win over UCC

DJ Carey’s men needed extra-time to seal the victory.

'I am the bottom of the food chain': GAA club players fight for their rights in new video Club V County This post contains videos

'I am the bottom of the food chain': GAA club players fight for their rights in new video

Club Players Association releases video ahead of GAA Congress vote.

After Kerry retirement, Marc Ó Sé chases Munster football final glory as a manager

Ó Sé’s Tralee CBS team take on St Brendan’s Killarney tomorrow.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

We'll Leave It There So: Sexton set to pack his bag for Saturday, Rooney's staying put and today's sport

Plus, that all-important fixture list for a busy Friday of sport.

In the running: The 5 candidates to be the next president of the GAA

The election will take place tomorrow night.

'We couldn't afford to lose a third All-Ireland' - Galway legend reflects on famous win in stirring video Memory Lane This post contains videos

'We couldn't afford to lose a third All-Ireland' - Galway legend reflects on famous win in stirring video

Pete Finnerty looks back at a huge day in sport for the county.

8 players to watch in the Fitzgibbon Cup hurling semi-finals

These LIT, Mary I, UCC and IT Carlow players are tipped to lead the way for their respective teams this weekend.

Concussions still a 'fact-free zone' as leading researchers call for national guidelines

A major conference on concussive brain injuries will take place in Trinity College tomorrow.

Gaa - Wednesday 22 February, 2017

Murphy on playing against 'monsters' and Williams tackles the 'most tiring skill session he's ever done' The Toughest Trade This post contains videos

Murphy on playing against 'monsters' and Williams tackles the 'most tiring skill session he's ever done'

The Donegal man even gets away a tidy-looking offload in this teaser for ‘The Toughest Trade’.

Late goal seals Westmeath win over 13-man Meath to set up Leinster quarter-final with Dublin

Elsewhere tonight Wexford despatched Carlow with ease.

We'll Leave It There So: 'Super 8' gaelic football proposal slammed, Bundee Aki's back and today's sport

Plus, a Saudi Arabian goalkeeper with a serious passion for gaelic football.

'He's a great manager, very clever, gets the best out of all the players he works with'

Sean Cavanagh faces his Gaelic football mentor Mattie McGleenan this weekend.

'I love the game': The Saudi Arabian goalkeeper who starred at the Sigerson Cup weekend Growth Of Gaa This post contains videos

'I love the game': The Saudi Arabian goalkeeper who starred at the Sigerson Cup weekend

RCSI’s Ahmed Alsarrif has a newfound love for gaelic football.

From All-Ireland success to injury heartbreak - Kevin Keane ruled out for 2017

The defender was stretchered off just 11 minutes into Westport’s intermediate club final win at the weekend.

GAA club players group slams 'Super 8' football proposal and hits out at RTÉ coverage

The players group is not happy ahead of GAA Congress.

'Donal wouldn't want us missing out' - hurling ref takes charge of game two days after brother's funeral

Alfie Devine took charge of the match between Meath and Derry.

From TheJournal.ie Thief who broke into isolated home of All-Ireland winning captain jailed for nine months Clare

Thief who broke into isolated home of All-Ireland winning captain jailed for nine months

The burglary occurred at the rural Co Clare home of former county captain Anthony Daly in October 2016.

Clare All-Ireland winner to take year out on medical advice as All-Star full-back returns

Mixed news concerning Conor Ryan and David McInerney.

Gaa - Tuesday 21 February, 2017

We'll Leave It There So: Sexton fit for France, PieGate ends in tears and all today's sport

Elsewhere, a new role for Damien Duff while Dan Carter’s drink-driving has cost dearly.

'I certainly wasn't slamming any of the younger lads': Eoin Larkin clarifies frustrated tweet

Kiklenny are currently bottom of Division 1A after two rounds.

TV dates have been confirmed for this year's 'Toughest Trade' in a new trailer

Wales rugby legend Shane Williams is one of the professional athletes taking part in the documentary.

Gaa - Monday 20 February, 2017

Poll: Does hurling's penalty rule need to be changed? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Does hurling's penalty rule need to be changed?

Just 33 percent of the penalties awarded in Division 1A and 1B were scored last weekend.

'It was a spectacular day for the GAA, for sport in this country and for Ireland in general'

Then GAA President Nickey Brennan looks back at a seminal day for Irish sport.

We'll Leave It There So: Connacht confirm next head coach, Neil Gallagher retires and all today's sport

Plus, tributes paid to the retired Irish footballer Paul McCarthy who died suddenly.

Winners and losers - Who's flying or struggling after start of Allianz hurling league?

Two rounds of fixtures have been played across the various divisions – with contrasting fortunes for some of hurling’s big counties.

Former Tipperary star Colin O'Riordan made his senior debut for the Sydney Swans yesterday

The 21-year-old wore number 38 in his first game for the AFL club.

The Donegal retirements continue as Gallagher the latest All-Ireland winner to depart

Injury has forced the Glenswilly man to call it a day.

Limerick senior forward switches clubs to 2016 Dublin football finalists

Seamus O’Carroll has joined the ranks of Castleknock.

Ex-Aussie Rules player departs Kildare panel as serious hip injury takes its toll

Sean Hurley only recently returned from a couple of injury-hit seasons in the AFL.

From All-Ireland minor hurling winners with Tipperary to Harty Cup history-makers

Paddy Cadell, Brian McGrath, Lyndon Fairbrother and Jerry Kelly added Harty Cup medals to their 2016 All-Ireland success.

'Any fella who doesn't put in the hard yards won't be there too long' - Kiely's Limerick warning

The Limerick senior hurling boss is not in the mood to tolerate any drop-off in standards for the remainder of the Allianz League campaign.

Even injury couldn't prevent Darran O'Sullivan from helping his club to All-Ireland success

The Kerry star kicked 1-3 despite clearly struggling with a quad problem after half-time.

Finally Lee Keegan lifts an All-Ireland in Croke Park - 'It puts a few demons to bed'

Keegan and Westport lifted the All-Ireland club IFC title yesterday.

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