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Dublin: 15 °C Thursday 19 April, 2018

Gaa - Wednesday 11 April, 2018

Cork earn comprehensive 27-point victory over Waterford

It was straightforward for the hosts as they eased past the challenge of their opponents at Páirc Uí Rinn.

Kilkenny's TJ Reid - 'You can try and close your ears but it does creep in'

The Cats attacker feels too much was made of the illustrious names that departed their squad.

Gaa - Tuesday 10 April, 2018

Kerry, Tipp, Cork and Waterford unveil teams for Munster minor football openers

The Limerick team has also been named for Wednesday’s clash against Clare.

'They're going to give that money to other areas, rugby or soccer' - Morgan issues third level warning

UCC manager Billy Morgan believes universities will direct funding away from the GAA if the Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cups are not properly respected.

Gaelic football should be called 'fistball' and the Super 8s are 'a money-making racket'

Cork legend Billy Morgan delivers hard-hitting verdict on current state of the game.

Irish Aussie Rules player banned after pleading guilty to biting incident

Conor McKenna, 22, was charged with serious misconduct after lining out for the Essendon Bombers at the weekend.

Mayo native Hanley likely to face surgery after dislocating shoulder for second time in AFL season

Pearce Hanley suffered the injury in action for the Gold Coast Suns last weekend.

Gaa - Monday 9 April, 2018

'We were on a replay and missed a goal': Why TG4 made the call to introduce new in-game feature

The Irish language station received widespread praise for the small-screen replays and puck-out angle they rolled out on Sunday.

How will Tipperary rebound for the summer after hurling league final loss?

A familiar challenge awaits Michael Ryan after yesterday’s defeat to Kilkenny.

'I didn't actually speak to Brian Cody for the whole six months I was out there'

Eoin Larkin recalls his time away on peace-keeping duty and says it’ll take time for Paul Murphy and Colin Fennelly to get back up to speed when they return.

Tyrone's McKenna charged with serious misconduct after alleged bite in AFL game

The incident occurred in Essendon’s game with the Western Bulldogs.

Young attacker departs Kildare setup with 3 Leinster club winners making championship squad

Cian O’Neill has unveiled his championship panel for the summer ahead.

5 forwards set for Tipperary championship return in wake of league final loss

Michael Ryan has delivered positive news on the fitness of his absent attackers.

'God I hope so' - Cody not giving up on seeing star player Hogan in action in Leinster

Richie Hogan missed Kilkenny’s entire victorious league campaign.

Gaa - Sunday 8 April, 2018

5 talking points after Kilkenny enjoy hurling league glory against Tipperary

TJ Reid pointed the way as the Cats triumphed in Nowlan Park.

Cork face Mayo and Dublin take on Galway: League semi-final pairings confirmed

Sarah Rowe bagged a hat-trick today as Mayo booked their place in the last four.

0-15 for Kilkenny's Reid, 2-12 for Tipperary's Forde and another league title for Brian Cody

An attendance of 17,608 saw the Cats triumph in Nowlan Park today.

Kilkenny secure three-in-a-row but old foes Cork make Cats sweat at Nowlan Park

Kilkenny claimed their fourth Division 1 crown in five seasons at Nowlan Park on Sunday.

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

The clash at Nowlan Park throws in at 3.30pm.

Touching tributes to Ray Wilkins and more sporting tweets of the week

Also featuring Brian O’Driscoll and Gary Lineker.

'He joked about setting up a friendly against us': Maradona and his new-found interest in GAA

A club in the Middle East has been educating the Argentine icon on Gaelic football.

'We need these skills more than ever before to stop us slipping into mental illness' Win

'We need these skills more than ever before to stop us slipping into mental illness'

Brent Pope and Jason Brennan have teamed up to write the newly-published Win.

Gaa - Saturday 7 April, 2018

Armagh side claim All-Ireland Schools title in third year of existence

It was a day to remember for St Ronan’s College, Lurgan.

The Kilkenny camogie star drawing from a range of different sporting experiences

Anne Dalton and Kilkenny are bidding for three in-a-row Division 1 league titles tomorrow.

Gaa - Friday 6 April, 2018

Injury rules out Ger Aylward as Kilkenny team named for league decider

Aylward limped off during Kilkenny’s league semi-final victory over Wexford.

Brendan Maher returns to midfield as Tipp prepare for league final showdown with Kilkenny

Tipperary are competing in their fourth Division 1 hurling league final since 2013.

Battle for remaining semi-final places heats up in last round of Division 1 group games

Mayo, Donegal and Galway are all vying for the last available semi-final spots in Division 1.

'I wouldn't be good enough': Joining Dublin footballers never on the cards for Sutcliffe

The St Jude’s forward played in the All-Ireland SFC last summer for New York

'Football was way too important to me. When I was a young buck football was everything'

Andy Moran explains his positive mindset and describes how becoming a father helped him on the football field.

'When you’re playing with a smile on your face, it’s easier to enjoy it'

Cork’s Linda Collins on the change of mindset that has worked wonders on her game ahead of the Division 1 league final.

Gaa - Thursday 5 April, 2018

Lynch not part of Limerick's 36-man championship panel as Kiely shows his hand

The Shannonsiders are chasing a first Munster hurling crown since 2013.

Kerry ladies manager 'could not give 100%' and steps down after difficult few weeks

Graham Shine saw his side relegated to Division 2 of the Lidl Ladies National League on Sunday.

Emerging Kilkenny stars 'have definitely brought a camaraderie back into the dressing room' - Buckley

The new-look Cats have made it to their first league final since 2014.

Gaa - Wednesday 4 April, 2018

From Two men charged over assault of Laois footballer Daniel O'Reilly Carlow

Two men charged over assault of Laois footballer Daniel O'Reilly

The men, both in their 20s, will appear before Carlow District Court tomorrow.

'It's hard to describe. It was very surreal and a great, great honour to be there' Representing This post contains videos

'It's hard to describe. It was very surreal and a great, great honour to be there'

Armagh’s Caroline O’Hanlon and Tyrone’s Neamh Woods are teammates on the NI netball side at the Commonwealth Games.

'It is very important...This is the fifth final we've played in, we've lost the previous four'

Brendan Maher is chasing an elusive first league medal in Nowlan Park on Sunday.

'It would take away from the love of the game if you ended up getting paid'

Austin Gleeson is against inter-county players receiving an allowance, as was proposed in a recent leaked report.

Gaa - Tuesday 3 April, 2018

From 'Heartbroken, devastated': Laois footballer Daniel O'Reilly suffers serious head injury in attack Assault

'Heartbroken, devastated': Laois footballer Daniel O'Reilly suffers serious head injury in attack

The incident happened in the Potato Market area of Carlow at around 1am yesterday.

'We didn’t do ourselves justice down there the last time': Tipp gunning for first Nowlan win in 10 years

Alan Flynn and the Premier County are looking to set the record straight at Kilkenny’s home venue.

Mayo delight as Keith Higgins returns to training with the football squad

The dual-star played solely with the county’s hurlers during the league, but rejoined Stephen Rochford’s panel last night.