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Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Chinks exposed in Tipperary's armour but this is no time for Premier County panic

Tipperary have been here before, with questions to answer after suffering defeat at a crucial stage in the season.

Firing two goals and winning a first hurling medal with Galway in six years

The league final win was a personal triumph for the 22-year-old.

Analysis: How Galway's defensive brilliance obliterated Tipperary's league title dreams

Confirmation, if needed, yesterday that Galway are genuine All-Ireland contenders.

Could the Liam MacCarthy Cup be heading west this year? The West Is Alive This post contains videos

Could the Liam MacCarthy Cup be heading west this year?

Galway convincingly beat the reigning champs in yesterday’s league final.

'The seriousness of a two-match ban for any player, is horrendous to be honest'

Tipperary boss Michael Ryan is backing his player Jason Forde.

Wexford won't appeal Davy Fitzgerald's 'harsh' eight-week ban for league semi-final incident

The county board have expressed their support for the Clare native.

The worst performance during Michael Ryan's reign as Tipperary hurling manager

The Premier boss didn’t hide his disappointment at yesterday’s league final.

Gaa - Sunday 23 April, 2017

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

From Galway’s shock win in the Hurling league final, to the World Snooker Championship, there were some fascinating sports pictures taken this week.

5 talking points as Galway storm to league title and All-Ireland champs Tipp crash to defeat

Plenty to mull over after the events at the Gaelic Grounds.

Flynn fires two goals as Galway hand out 16-point beating to Tipperary in league final

Cathal Mannion struck the third goal as the Tribesmen triumphed.

Donegal's sharpshooting 'Supermacs' run riot against Galway

Donegal's sharpshooting 'Supermacs' run riot against Galway

Geraldine McLaughlin and Yvonne McMonagle were on fire today.

As it happened: Galway v Tipperary, Allianz Division 1 hurling league final

Who would pick up the silverware in Limerick today?

Gaa - Saturday 22 April, 2017

2011 champions St Brigid's make no mistake while Jack McCaffrey's Clontarf bow out

St Sylvesters, Thomas Davis St Maurs also advanced in the Dublin SFC.

The Brian Mullins era at St Vincent's begins with a 15-point hammering of Round Towers

It was a first championship game for Dublin legend in charge of the Vinnies today.

Neil McManus grabs 1-13 in Antrim's thrilling extra-time win over Carlow

There were also wins for Down and Donegal in the Christy Ring Cup.

All-Ireland champions Cork get the better of Dublin to book 10th successive league final date

Orla Finn and Eimear Scally starred for the Rebels at Nowlan Park.

Dublin minors complete stunning comeback to defeat Meath after trailing by 10 points at half-time

Dublin, who had Kevin McManamon in their backroom team, were two-point winners after extra-time.

Comments of the Week: Ryan, O'Mahony and Stander star in Lord of the Rings

Here’s the pick of our readers’ contributions from the past seven days.

A five-year battle with injury has not deterred Niamh McCarthy from chasing her dream

The Cork camogie player has made an impressive comeback from two cruciate injuries.

Gaa - Friday 21 April, 2017

Galway make two changes for league final showdown with Tipperary

Paul Killeen and Jason Flynn both start.

No surprise first-round exit tonight as 2016 finalists Castleknock and Ballymun Kickhams progress

There were also wins for Skerries Harps, Lucan Sarsfields, Cuala and Na Fianna.

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How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?

'Very understanding' - Dublin U21 captain grateful for club support in fixture dilemma

Cillian O’Shea is gearing up for the decider against Galway.

'Morally wrong' to make Dublin U21 footballers face choice between club and county

The dilemma has risen ahead of the All-Ireland U21 final.

'The guys have really warmed to him': Alan Brogan on joining forces with Paul Galvin

The Brogans’ mother hails from Listowel, which is less than 10 miles from Galvin’s hometown Lixnaw.

Gaa - Thursday 20 April, 2017

Bernard Brogan electric as Plunkett's dump 2016 All-Ireland champions out of Dublin SFC

Ballyboden St Enda’s fell to a Plunkett’s side that boasted names like the Brogan brothers, Paul Galvin and Tomas Corrigan.

McManamon on form as St Jude's advance while Kilmacud put 10 goals past Erins Isle

St Jude’s avoided a drop into the Senior ‘B’ championship.

Why it's a positive that ex-Kilkenny and Limerick seniors are to the fore for the Kildare hurlers

Paul Divilly on the Lilywhites recruits from the elite hurling counties.

Michael Fennelly's return from injury and how Davy Fitzgerald's ban will affect Wexford

Cillian Buckley has been assessing Kilkenny’s prospects as they prepare to defend their Leinster crown.

'I'm already being written off': Disciplinary issues won't force Connolly to change his game

The Dublin forward failed to finish either of their last two league ties.

8-week ban for Wexford boss Davy Fitzgerald after Nowlan Park clash with Tipp players

Tipperary are sweating on the availability of Jason Forde.

Dublin U21 players withdraw from club duty ahead of All-Ireland football final

The 2017 Dublin senior football championship starts tonight.

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