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Dublin: 5 °C Monday 26 January, 2015

Gaa - Today’s News

We’ll Leave It There So: Ireland’s injury worries, Ravenhill gets a final and all today’s sport

Also, James McCarthy is close to returning to action for Everton.

10 players to watch out for in this year’s Sigerson Cup

Here are the stars we’re looking out for in the prestigious third-level football championship

Carey, Jamesie, Barney and McHale: here’s the line-up for the new Laochra Gael season

TG4′s popular GAA show is back for a 13th season.

Jason Ryan: ‘It was a shock to the system – January has been way too easy for us up to now’

The Kildare boss wasn’t too downbeat after today’s defeat.

Michael Darragh MacAuley was sent-off yesterday but any suspension won’t kick in until 2016

Some good news for Dublin thanks to a GAA disciplinary change.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Kilkenny, Antrim, London and Warwickshire clubs reach All-Ireland hurling finals

Kilburn Gaels will face O’Donovan Rossa in the intermediate decider while it will be Fullen Gaels against Bennettsbridge in the junior clash.

Canning breaks finger as Galway and Laois book Walsh Cup semi-final places

The Tribesmen cruised to victory over Offaly while the Midlanders got the better of Wexford.

Kerry, Roscommon and Liverpool football clubs set for Croke Park

Ardfert and St Croan’s will contest the All-Ireland intermediate football final.

Roscommon smashed four second half goals past Galway to start the year with some silverware

John Evans’ men gave a remarkable second half performance to win the FBD League.

Dublin ease past Antrim into the Walsh Cup semi-finals

It was another easy win for Ger Cunnignham’s side.

Peter Crouch shouldn’t stand next to jockeys! It’s the best sporting tweets of the week

Also, Iain Henderson is back with a magnificent beard.

Waterford have ended a 34-year wait for a McGrath Cup title

The Deise were nine-point winners over UCC at Fraher Field.

O’Farrell shoots down Banner as Cork advance to Waterford Crystal final

The forward was the difference between the sides with 2-3 to his name.

Limerick see off UCC to bridge nine-year gap between Waterford Crystal finals

Thomas O’Brien and Shane Dowling claimed four points apiece as Limerick set up a final meeting with Cork.

It’s Sunday so here are 9 of our favourite sports pictures from the past week Snap Happy This post contains images

It’s Sunday so here are 9 of our favourite sports pictures from the past week

Relive some of the week’s best moments through the photographers’ lens.

Gaa - Saturday 24 January, 2015

Tyrone retain the McKenna Cup after six-point win over Cavan

A terrific second-half comeback from Mickey Harte’s men ensured a fourth successive title.

From TheJournal.ie GAA club vows to rebuild ‘brick-by-brick’ after suspected arson attacks in Waterford Gutted

GAA club vows to rebuild ‘brick-by-brick’ after suspected arson attacks in Waterford

St Saviours GAA clubhouse and the nearby Ballybeg Youth Resource Centre were gutted by fire.

Gaa - Friday 23 January, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: Fed’s a shadow of himself, tragedy in Derry and all today’s sport

Other stories include Jamie Heaslip starting for Leinster this weekend and ITV ‘parting ways’ with Adrian Chiles.

From TheJournal.ie It looks like the government is dropping plans to ban alcohol sponsorship of sport Kicked To Touch

It looks like the government is dropping plans to ban alcohol sponsorship of sport

Finding alternative sources of funding appears “unlikely”.

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12 changes for Dublin hurlers as Maguire, Boland, Sutcliffe and Dotsy all return

Dublin’s second Walsh Cup game is on next Sunday in Walsh Park.

Club and intercounty catered for in the weekend’s 20 key GAA fixtures

Here are the dates, times and venues for the next few days

Have Tyrone just unveiled the nicest GAA jersey of 2015?

We’re impressed with their latest effort.

Tributes pour in after GAA club player dies after collapsing at training session last night RIP

Tributes pour in after GAA club player dies after collapsing at training session last night

St Aidan’s clubman Steven Deeney collapsed around 9pm during indoor training session.

After 5 operations and 48 days in hospital, Tomás Waters is back as captain of the Wexford hurlers

Injury nightmare now just a memory for the St Martins full-back who will skipper the Slaneysiders on Sunday

JBM makes 6 changes to Cork team to face Clare in Waterford Crystal Cup

The match takes place in Mallow tomorrow afternoon.

Gaa - Thursday 22 January, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: Schmidt names 46-man Six Nations squad and today’s sport

Real Madrid have also signed a Norwegian teenage prodigy while the NFL’s ‘deflategate’ rumbles on.

‘If you’re going to be there, then be there all the way’: The GAA’s new ad Ready To Go This post contains videos

‘If you’re going to be there, then be there all the way’: The GAA’s new ad

If this doesn’t get you out the door and into the stands, nothing will.

Dublin hurler Dotsy O’Callaghan: Why I’m leaving my boyhood club for Ballyboden

Dublin veteran will line out for Ballyboden St Enda’s this season.

TG4 will show 48 GAA games between now and the Championship, including this lot

First up is a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland semi-final classic as Kerry take on Mayo on 1 February.

Gaa - Wednesday 21 January, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: A mixed day for Munster, ‘famous Seamus’ and all today’s sport

Pat Lam delights everyone at Connacht while we welcome a special guest to the HQ.

3 players retire with 15 All-Ireland senior medals between them, now Cork try to replace them

Joanne O’Callaghan, Jennifer O’Leary and Sara Hayes have all retired from the Rebel setup.

Kerry and Cork schools win Corn Uí Mhuirí quarter-finals as Castletroy triumph in Harty Cup

PS Chorca Dhuibhne, St Brendan’s, Rochestown College and Clonakilty CC all triumphed today.

Kilkenny withdraw from Walsh Cup after All-Ireland winning captain’s father passes away RIP

Bad news for Cork hurling as Sweetnam commits to rugby career with Munster

The 21 year-old former Rebel player is sticking with the province.

Dublin prove too strong for DIT as the Ger Cunningham era gets off to a flying start

The new manager saw his side move a step closer to the Walsh Cup semi-finals.

Gaa - Tuesday 20 January, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: Medal upgrades, squads, injuries and all of today’s sport

There is also news on Setanta Sports’ new GAA pundits and Tiger’s tooth.

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