Gaa - Today’s News
Noel Mooney will join as selector, while the rest of the backroom team will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
Featuring Eamon Keegan, Darren Clarke and more (in)famous moments.
Here’s what you might have missed during the sporting day.
He stepped down as boss of the county back in May, only to subsequently return to the position.
There’s a rich pedigree of underage and third-level success coursing through the Déise camp.
This sextet will have a big say in Wednesday’s Bord Gáis Energy decider at Innovate Wexford Park.
Cork dual star has had her say on Saturday’s fixtures clash.
Hanley joined the Brisbane Lions in 2007 and has made huge progress since then.
“I’d just like to say that I’m leaving my lucky Tipp jersey in Texas.”
Fr. Michael Toner met the Holy Father on a recent trip to the Vatican and presented him with a club jersey.
Throw in tomorrow night in Innovate Wexford Park is 7.30pm.
Barry Solan is a man in demand.
The teams are heading back to Fitzgerald Stadium on 18 July.
Cork’s ladies footballers and camogie team are due to play separate fixtures on the same day – again.
The score detection technology won’t be ready for use at Semple Stadium this year.
George Hannigan ruled out until January as Tipp monitor fitness of Steven O’Brien and Ian Fahey ahead of football qualifiers.
Lake County skipper Ger Egan hails Gerry Duffy’s influence ahead of Dubs clash.
Waterford and Tipperary meet in Sunday’s Munster SHC final.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Elsewhere, Ireland won a medal the World University Games while we have an update on Damien Duff’s future.
Shane O’Neill’s return is a timely one for Jimmy Barry Murphy.
Plenty to get set for in the coming days.
The42.ie’s Gaelic football columnist looks back at a hectic weekend of action.
The teams clash in Wednesday night’s intermediate decider in Páirc Uí Rinn at 7.30pm.
Semple Stadium will host the hurlers of Dublin, Limerick, Cork and Clare.
Thurles is the place to be.
Radio Kerry mix the Copa America with the Munster final – ‘We’re not Chile, we’re on fire here today’
Everyone got excited during yesterday’s showdown in Killarney.
Do you agree with our selections?
However, no one team dominates on a weekend of strong performances.
Two big games in store.
The draw was made this morning.
The views of The42′s hurling analyst on the weekend’s action.
Kerry’s boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice is glad to get a second chance.
Cork’s boss was far from happy with the decision to award Kerry a crucial second-half penalty yesterday.
All the action from a different angle.
Gaa - Sunday 5 July, 2015
TJ Reid and Alan O’Connor got the nod.
Paul Browne’s crucial goal after the break appeared to deceive the umpires.
Enjoy some of the best shots from the last seven days.
The Cats retained their provincial crown with a seven-point victory.
They’ll be heading back for a replay on 18 July.
The Cats have five weeks to recharge their intensity levels for an All-Ireland semi-final.