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Dublin: 12 °C Friday 31 July, 2015

Gaa - Today’s News

‘When I hear Kerry talking about Dublin football, I take it with a large pinch of salt’

Jim Gavin brushes off Darragh Ó Sé comments ahead of Fermanagh quarter-final.

Jim Gavin didn’t want to talk about the Davey Byrne incident yesterday

Dubs and Armagh facing reported €10,000 fines following challenge match bust-up.

The key switch that pushed Limerick to Munster U21 glory against Clare

The move of Ronan Lynch was central to Limerick’s eventual victory.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

AP McCoy jumped on the Limerick hurling bandwagon for tonight’s Munster U21 final win

Limerick triumphed against Clare in the Cusack Park decider.

All-Ireland U21 winner drafted in to Tyrone side for showdown with Sligo

Throw-in at Croke Park is 4pm on Sunday.

3 new faces in Kerry side for All-Ireland minor quarter-final against Sligo

The sides clash in O’Connor Park next Monday.

Galway make one change in attack for Croke Park clash with Donegal

Adrian Varley gets the nod at corner-forward.

Limerick crowned Munster U21 hurling champions as Lynch stars to see off Clare

Victory for the away side in Cusack Park tonight.

One change to Kerry senior team for clash with Kildare on Sunday

The sides clash at Croke Park next Sunday afternoon.

‘It’s one of those things that you’d love to do’ – Philly McMahon on fascination with MMA

The Dubliner footballer would like to try his hand at the combat sport but only when his days in Gaelic footballer are over.

‘A bright life full of promise has been tragically extinguished’ – GAA in mourning RIP

‘A bright life full of promise has been tragically extinguished’ – GAA in mourning

The GAA, GPA and Ulster GAA have all led the tributes to the Derry footballer.

We’ll Leave It There So: GAA community in mourning and all of today’s sport

Miss any of today’s action? We have you covered.

Tributes pour in after the sad passing of Derry footballer Aaron Devlin RIP

‘His interest is not in the future of Clare hurling, his interest is in his own popularity’

Ger Loughnane has blasted Clare chairman Michael McDonagh.

‘We’re going into the lion’s den’ – Cian Lynch on facing Clare in Ennis

The boy wonder looks ahead to tonight’s Munster U21 hurling final.

5 possible contenders to replace Brian Cuthbert as Cork senior football manager

There will be no shortage of interest in the coveted Leeside post.

‘Like The Pope speaking ex cathedra, they could not be questioned’

Clare camogie boss Colm Honan has his own unique take on the ‘coin toss’ saga.

Tyrrell and Power out of Kilkenny’s All-Ireland hurling semi-final, Fennelly a doubt

The Cats will be without two key stars for Waterford clash – and possibly a third.

Eamonn Fitzmaurice chose not to watch Kildare last weekend – but he has no regrets

All-Ireland champions will be ready for the Lilywhites in Croke Park this Sunday.

Gaa - Wednesday 29 July, 2015

Wexford willing to delay quarter-final but Camogie Association don’t want another fixture change

The winners of the playoff will now have to play two games in three days.

‘The criticism is bulls**t’ – Cork players react angrily to Brian Cuthbert’s departure

Colm O’Driscoll blasted the critics ‘hiding behind technology.’

We’ll Leave It There So: Camogie controversy calms, Tyrrell ruled out and all today’s sport

Plus this positive image of Cian Healy being put through his paces at Ireland training.

Blow for Kilkenny as Jackie Tyrrell will miss All-Ireland semi-final

Manager Brian Cody reportedly confirmed the news today.

‘Common sense has prevailed’ – Dublin manager O’Brien on camogie playoff

‘Common sense has prevailed’ – Dublin manager O’Brien on camogie playoff

Shane O’Brien is “hugely relieved” at the outcome.

‘I was bursting with joy inside’ – Waterford star on comeback from knee injury hell

Steven Daniels made his first championship appearance since 2012 last Sunday.

From West Clare football country and becoming the new Seanie McMahon

Conor Cleary is leading the Clare charge in Thursday’s Bord Gáis Energy Munster U21 hurling final.

Clare and Dublin offered play-off after withdrawing from controversial coin toss

The teams are due to meet in Thurles this Saturday, with the winner playing Wexford 48 hours later.

Clare and Limerick unveil team selections for Munster U21 hurling final

The counties will lock horns in Ennis on Thursday evening.

This high-profile candidate won’t be taking the Cork senior football job Exclusive

Former Tipperary boss Peter Creedon has ruled himself out of the running.

‘We players are emotionally drained and devastated about this decision’

‘We players are emotionally drained and devastated about this decision’

Clare and Dublin camogie squads have issued a joint-statement.

GAA stars react to the camogie coin toss debacle

Unsurprisingly, nobody has taken to defending the Camogie Association.

Poll: Who do you now think will lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup in 2015? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Confirmed: Brian Cuthbert steps down as Cork football manager

The Rebels suffered a disappointing loss to Kildare on Saturday evening.

Dublin & Clare both withdraw from Camogie Championship before ‘farcical coin toss’

The farce surrounding the final quarter-final place appears to be at an end.

Gaa - Tuesday 28 July, 2015

‘In the name of maintaining the rule book, they will break all promises made to treasure the game’

This latest fiasco underlines the need for change in camogie, writes Sinead O’Carroll.

The ‘ludicrous’ camogie coin toss will go ahead after all tomorrow

Dublin and Clare’s fates will be decided by lots as Camogie Association rules appeals cannot be heard.

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