Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Yesterday’s World Cup win over France has come at a cost for Ireland.
Kieran Kingston has taken over from Jimmy Barry-Murphy on Leeside.
Brian and Keith Hogan will line out for opponents O’Loughlin Gaels and Clara.
An All-Ireland winning captain comes in as a selector.
Sunday’s Cork county final victory meant so much to Glen Rovers manager Richie Kelleher.
There’s plenty to discuss after a packed weekend of action.
Niall Gilligan and Sixmilebridge were toasting Clare senior hurling championship success.
Yes, you read that right.
Michael Fennelly has been reflecting on the Ballyhale Shamrocks exit from the Kilkenny championship.
There was some confusion surrounding the amount of injury-time played at the end of the Shannonside decider.
Newly-crowned Cork senior hurling champions Glen Rovers enjoyed themselves last night.
Gaa - Sunday 11 October, 2015
Eighteen senior county champions were crowned this afternoon.
They’ll face Tallow next weekend in the decider.
It’ll be a Clara versus O’Loughlin Gaels final.
Patrickswell’s 12-year wait will continue.
Glen Rovers are back at the top on Leeside.
Daire Quinn popped over the winning score for 2013 runners-up Éire Óg Nenagh today.
It’ll be a repeat of the 2013 decider.
39-year-old Niall Gilligan racked up 13 points as his side got the better of Clonlara.
It was a ten-point victory for Stephen Rochford’s men.
Breaffy are back in the county final.
Newcestown had it easy against Valley Rovers at Páirc Uí Rinn.
The former goalkeeper with the Dublin senior footballers has battled drink and drugs and lived dangerously close to the edge.
There’s a theme this week.
All the action through a lens.
Syl O’Connor was commentator in 2013 when Clare grabbed a famous All-Ireland final equaliser. The player who scored it could break his heart today.
David Moriarty is strength and conditioning coach with Glen Rovers.
Gaa - Saturday 10 October, 2015
Craughwell booked their place in the final four but Loughrea and St Thomas’ must meet again.
Killarney Legion were victorious in the day’s other quarter-final at Fitzgerald Stadium.
A successor to Jimmy Barry-Murphy has been appointed.
Darragh Joyce, meanwhile, is hopeful of securing a deal in Australia too.
Ballygunner’s senior hurlers return to action on Sunday following the sad passing of club favourite Paul Foley.
Patrickswell stalwart Richie Bennis played on the breakthrough team of 1965.
Michael Moyles has backed the credentials of his Crossmolina colleague and is also hoping that Donie Buckley remains on as coach.
Gaa - Friday 9 October, 2015
There’s a host of football and hurling activity on the cards.
Here’s what Friday had to offer, sports fans.
Another twist in the Galway hurling row.
How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?
The Danesfort dynamo was in top form.
Former Laois and Antrim boss Dinny Cahill is linking up with the Shannonsiders.