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Dublin: 17 °C Saturday 23 May, 2015

Gaa - Tuesday 19 May, 2015

6 hurling bosses feeling the heat ahead of championship 2015

This sextet of hurling gaffers need big performances from their counties.

6 big selection decisions for Clare and Limerick ahead of Munster hurling quarter-final

Rival bosses Davy Fitzgerald and TJ Ryan are hatching their plots.

Two teenagers breaking through for Limerick and more could join after the Leaving Cert

Cian Lynch and Tom Morrissey have been making their mark.

‘Politics has won again’ – Limerick hurling goalie’s Mum is not a happy woman

Margie Murphy used Twitter to express her frustration.

The world’s number one golfer is lending a helping hand to Kerry GAA

Rory McIlroy has donated signed and mounted flags to a bumper New York auction.

Dublin hurlers have lost one player to club football and one to injury

Niall McMorrow is injured and Ross O’Carroll is concentrating on Kilmacud Crokes

Dublin’s newest senior hurling recruit is a Kerry native

Darragh O’Connell was handed his debut in a challenge game last night by manager Ger Cunningham.

Cork’s Ciaran Sheehan could miss the rest of the Aussie Rules season with Carlton

There’s been an injury setback for the 24 year-old in his Carlton career.

A recently-retired Tipperary hurler has joined Eamon O’Shea’s backroom team

Paul Curran will come on-board for the remainder of the season, assistant Michael Ryan has confirmed.

Gaa - Monday 18 May, 2015

6 unsung heroes set to shine in the 2015 hurling championship

These guys don’t always grab the headlines but are key figures for their counties

Do you agree with the first Sunday Game man-of-the-match award of 2015? Leading Light This post contains a poll

Do you agree with the first Sunday Game man-of-the-match award of 2015?

Donegal’s Martin McElhinney got the nod.

We’ll Leave It There So: McIlroy’s masterclass, Reid calls it a day and the rest of today’s sport

Plus, news of Paul Redmond’s second UFC fight and the Scottish squad hoping to derail Ireland’s Euro 2016 bid.

Munster Rugby will host one of the biggest GAA schools events of the summer

The young camogie players and hurlers of Cork will be at the scene of Munster’s big win over the Dragons.

Here’s the 20 key GAA fixtures to keep an eye on this week

Clare and Limerick face off in the big one next Sunday.

More bad injury news for the Cork hurlers before Waterford clash

Lorcan McLoughlin is out of the game with a dislocated shoulder.

The 8 young hurlers to keep an eye on this summer

Remember the names as we tip these young guns to shine in the 2015 championship

Peter Harte performed this beautiful pick-up in the rain yesterday

Harte had an exceptional game yesterday, exemplified by this pick-up. Tyrone crashed out of the Ulster championship though.

‘The attention span of a human is 8 seconds. A goldfish is 9′: The Sunday Game lads are off already The Boys Are Back In Town This post contains videos

Kingdom seniors Geaney and Buckley hit the net as Dingle and Dr Crokes reach Kerry senior club final

Dingle saw off Austin Stacks today while Dr Crokes defeated Rathmore.

Gaa - Sunday 17 May, 2015

45 scores as Dublin’s hurlers claimed a narrow win over Tipperary tonight

The sides clashed in a challenge match in Drombane.

Westmeath racked up 3-7 in the second half to send Louth into the qualifiers

Tom Cribbin’s men face Wexford on 14 June.

Mudbaths, ripped jerseys and title deciders – It’s the best Sports Pictures of the Week

It’s been a busy week both at home and abroad for sport. Here’s a look back in pictures.

Cork senior hurling champions lose out in first round tie

Last year’s champions Sarsfields must go the backdoor route.

Bare chests, grappling and goals: The best images from the weekend’s championship

Bare chests, grappling and goals: The best images from the weekend’s championship

Here’s how the first big Championship weekend looked.

A GAA player has received hate mail over support for Yes vote on marriage referendum

Donegal’s Eamonn McGee has made the revelation today.

16 wins in their last 17 Ulster games now for Donegal after victory over Tyrone in tense clash

Ballybofey was the venue for the battle between Rory Gallagher and Mickey Harte’s teams.

Galway win again as they look to halt Mayo’s five in-a-row bid next time out

Galway moved into the Connacht semi-final after a comfortable win over Leitrim.

As it happened: Donegal v Tyrone, Leitrim v Galway, Louth v Westmeath – Sunday GAA tracker

It was a big day of action in Ballybofey, Carrick-on-Shannon and Drogheda.

UFC matchmaker mistaken for Boyzone member – The sporting tweets of the week!

Also featuring an impressive Twitter debut from Alan Shearer.

5 massive challenges facing Mickey Harte as Tyrone try to revive glory days

The omens are bleak for Tyrone ahead of Sunday’s clash with Donegal

6 talking points ahead of Donegal and Tyrone’s Ulster championship clash

A war of attrition is on the cards in Ballybofey

12 reasons why we’re delighted that The Sunday Game is back tonight Championship Sunday This post contains videos

12 reasons why we’re delighted that The Sunday Game is back tonight

We know where we’ll be at 9.30pm.

Gaa - Saturday 16 May, 2015

After losing the football, hurling and camogie league finals, it was fourth time lucky for Cork

There are two certainties in life: death, and a win for the Cork ladies footballers.

Longford book date against the Dubs with the first great comeback of championship 2015

Longford trailed by seven in Tullamore but still found a way to win.

Laois kicked off their championship by giving Carlow an absolute hiding

Just the 17 points between the sides in Netwatch Cullen Park on Saturday evening.

‘There is absolutely no plan B’ – Donegal football boss planning direct route to glory

Rory Gallagher is refusing to contemplate defeat against Tyrone on Sunday

10 players we will miss in this year’s football championship

Some legends of the game have retired in the past year

A life-size statue of a Kerry legend was unveiled earlier today

Paídí Ó Sé would have been 60 today.