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Dublin: 7 °C Saturday 21 April, 2018

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

'I wouldn’t have had a hope without it...I’d be a goner': Deise hurler wants oxygen tanks at all GAA grounds

An Rinn’s Eoghan Breathnach suffered a serious injury in a junior club hurling game on Easter Sunday.

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Cork v Mayo, Dublin v Galway - Last four name sides for huge day of league action

Sunday is semi-final day in the Lidl Ladies National League, with decider spots up for grabs across the four divisions.

'He has been around hurling his whole life and knows what he's talking about'

Eoghan O’Donnell is adjusting to life with his new Dublin boss.

Gaa - Thursday 19 April, 2018

From the joy of county glory with Dublin to the agony of club setbacks with Ballymun

Dean Rock is aware of the contrast between county and club fortunes.

Eyes peeled! 8 players to watch out for in the Division 1 ladies football league semi-finals

Cork will battle it out with Mayo, while Dublin will face Galway for a place in the final of the top division.

Big milestone ahead for Zach Tuohy as he's set for 150th AFL appearance

The Laois man will become the fourth Irish player to hit the 150 mark.

'Pushed to the limit' - from All-Ireland final replay defeat to the start of a new county championship

Limerick’s Na Piarsaigh have little time for respite as the 2018 season begins again.

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Gaa - Wednesday 18 April, 2018

Shelly helps Tipp to extra-time win over Limerick in Munster MFC qualifier

The Premier County will now go on to meet Waterford with the winner going into next month’s MFC provincial semi-final.

Here are the 6 nominees for the GAA player of the month awards

Jason Forde, Damien Comer, TJ Reid and Ciaran Kilkenny are among the nominees, but who gets your vote?

Italian legend Vialli and ex-Premier League boss Redknapp to manage GAA clubs

The pair are to feature in a mini-series that will renew the 1998 All-Ireland club rivalry between Erin’s Isle and Castlehaven.

'The whole ball lies with Cora': No decision from Staunton yet, says Mayo boss

The 11-time All-Star is back on home soil following her AFLW venture.

Two-tier football championship, counties joining up and Dublin funding

New Director-General Tom Ryan was discussing some of the GAA’s long-term concerns in Croke Park yesterday.

Cuala and Na Piarsaigh both have 6 winners in All-Ireland club hurling awards

Ballygunner, Slaughtneil and Liam Mellows players complete the line-up.

'You can try and set the tone, and set a culture. I’m not sure penalties are the way to go about it.'

New Director-General Tom Ryan on the difficulties in improving the lot of club players.

Gaa - Tuesday 17 April, 2018

Extra games but no extra live TV coverage - GAA sticking with plan for 2018 season

There will be 45 games televised between the football and hurling championship this summer.

Tipperary and Limerick ring the changes as they aim to revive Munster minor football season

Tipperary lost out to Kerry last week while Limerick were defeated by Clare.

'With all due respect to people, their opinions don’t count. Our opinions count. That’s it'

Kingdom boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice says he pays no attention to criticism from outside the camp.

Micko, Giles and bringing the story of Irish sports icons to screen

The challenges and rewards of productions on the Irish sport documentary landscape.

Gaa - Monday 16 April, 2018

Ulster GAA announce provincial championship restructure from 2020

A tweak will be made to the Ulster SFC preliminary round.

Birr and Kinnegad the venues for two exciting league semi-final double-headers

There’s a Division 1 and Division 2 clash on each billing on Sunday.

GPA insist they're 'not in the GAA's pockets' but must improve relationship with the media

President David Collins was speaking on Sunday Sport yesterday.

Gaa - Sunday 15 April, 2018

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.

2016 champions Carbery Rangers and 2014 winners Ballincollig enjoy Cork SFC opening round wins

Nemo Rangers began the defence of their county title with a win on Saturday.

Paul Geaney grabs goal as Dingle book Kerry SFC club final meeting with Dr Crokes

Reigning champions Dr Crokes enjoyed a five-point win over Austin Stacks.

Brian O'Driscoll's doppelganger spotted in Moscow and more tweets of the week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

Gaa - Saturday 14 April, 2018

Limerick's O'Carroll nets two goals as Castleknock open Dublin campaign with victory

Kevin McManamon’s St Jude’s picked up a 12-point win tonight.

TJ Reid hits 0-11 as Henry Shefflin begins reign as Ballyhale boss with victory

Ballyhale defeated Erins Own in the opening round of league games in Kilkenny.

Substitute Pearson bags late 1-2 to help Kilmacud past the 2016 All-Ireland champions

Joint-managers Johnny Magee and Robbie Brennan got their reign off to a flying start with a seven-point win over Ballyboden St Enda’s.

1-10 for Dean Rock as Ballymun open up Dublin SFC with comfortable win over St Brigid's

Rock also set-up Conor Kavanagh’s second-half goal.

Starring in Bohs' derby victory and starting for St Brigid's in the Dublin SFC

It’s been a busy 24 hours for goalkeeper Shane Supple.

Shefflin as club manager, juggling two jobs with hurling and the eldest figure in the Kilkenny ranks

TJ Reid embarks on a new era with Ballyhale tonight as a different summer with Kilkenny beckons.

Gaa - Friday 13 April, 2018

Opening group stage wins for Raheny and St Sylvester's in Dublin SFC

The Dublin senior championship is well underway.

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'We don't take it so serious that we can't enjoy ourselves' - McCarthy

Dublin star James McCarthy discusses life in the Dublin squad and the recent spate of injuries they’ve suffered.

Gaa - Thursday 12 April, 2018

3 second-half goals key as Na Fianna see off Lucan Sarsfields in Dublin SFC

Conor McHugh, Darragh Kennedy and Sean Caffrey hit the vital strikes

Brace of goals for Quinn and Diamond as St Vincent's dominate Dublin senior opener

A 21-point success for the reigning champions over Skerries Harps.

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