Gaa - Today’s News
TJ Reid, Ian Madigan and Paul McShane all make the cut as well.
Dublin, Cork, Down and Roscommon are all chasing glory.
Croke Park, Sunday, 4pm. Let the battle commence.
Armagh had five points to spare over Fermanagh this evening.
Offaly won out in Croke Park today in a dress rehearsal ahead of their championship clash on 16 May.
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Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Goals from Gavin King and Eoghan Dunne handed Dublin victory in Parnell Park.
Carlton saw off St Kilda in Wellington.
Pencil these dates into your diary.
There were also victories today for Laois and Westmeath.
Parnell Park will now host the game.
27-year-old Shane Mulholland was killed in a road accident last night.
Our readers produced the goods over the past seven days.
Gaa - Friday 24 April, 2015
Despite yesterday’s news about the 2016 Croke Park Classic, Steve O’Rourke says more will come.
The full-forward missed the semi-final win over Monaghan through injury.
Also, AP McCoy prepares to say farewell and one Irish pundit wants Jack Grealish to feature against Scotland.
How closely were you paying attention to this week’s sporting headlines.
Throw-in at Parnell Park tomorrow is 2.30pm.
Croke Park will be in the spotlight this weekend.
Tomas Brady came across Kieran McGeeney with Na Fianna.
And the Na Fianna is gearing up for Sunday’s league final against Cork.
Gaa - Thursday 23 April, 2015
The counties meet in Round 2 of the Leinster minor hurling championship on Saturday.
The match is all in aid of Jamie Wall.
It was a day of bad news on the injury front for Davy Condron, Evan Regan, Ciaran Clark and Marty Moore.
Dublin and Tipperary players gathered to remember the Dublin GAA stalwart in Tullamore last Saturday.
The event is no longer viable according to the GAA bosses.
Everyone’s favourite video sharing platform turns 10 today.
There’s better news for Zach Tuohy though.
Gaa - Wednesday 22 April, 2015
“The devil is in the detail,” according to the All-Ireland winning Dubs boss.
‘Problem period’ in GAA calendar leading to academic, financial and personal pressure.
The Deise led by nine points at half time.
Alan O’Connor is back in the Cork ranks.
We’ll Leave It There So: Jamie gets nominated, Irish hooker almost loses an ear and all today’s sport
Also, Ronnie O’Sullivan had some shoe-related issues at the World Championship.
The five-time All-Star appears doubtful for 17 May.
Neil Collins is targeting a Division 2 title but off the field, he’s working just as hard to make a name for himself.
The 2015 Rising Stars teams were announced on Wednesday afternoon.
Gaa - Tuesday 21 April, 2015
It was all in aid of the Irish Cancer Society and the five official GAA charities of 2014.
Colm O’Driscoll is part of a select club.