Gaa - Saturday 20 August, 2016
There was a double-header of action in Thurles.
The Ulster side took charge in the second-half as they raised five green flags.
Kilkenny’s midfield general ruptured his Achilles tendon last Saturday night.
Kerry or Monaghan up next for Ephie Fitzgerald’s side.
Did you make the cut this week?
Gaa - Friday 19 August, 2016
The Premier County will be in their first All-Ireland football semi-final in 81 years on Sunday.
Elsewhere, Ryan Lochte starts to grovel and Conor McGregor weighs in for UFC 202.
The Templeogue Synge Street man is now free to take to the field next weekend after having his red card against Kerry revoked.
Stephen Rochford has largely stuck with the tried and tested.
The senior star is looking forward to an All-Ireland U21 semi-final againsts Galway tomorrow.
Mayo have bounced back impressively from a shock defeat to Galway in Connacht – and experienced head Alan Dillon is happy to play his part in whatever way he can.
Gaa - Thursday 18 August, 2016
The Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-finals are down for decision in Thurles on Saturday.
Just four counties are left standing in the quest for September glory.
Mayo star Cillian O’Connor has been reflecting on a number of issues ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland senior football semi-final against Tipp.
Tipperary play with a sense of freedom that has almost been lost in the inter-county game.
Gaa - Wednesday 17 August, 2016
It’s been an extremely busy day in sport administration.
Let the debate begin. Here are the front runners ahead of this weekend’s first semi-final in Croke Park.
“If the players went up and lit up Croke Park, it would be very hard to keep them grounded for the next three weeks.”
Waterford take on Antrim in the All-ireland U21 semi-final on Saturday.
Cunningham says the aim for next year is for Dublin to reach their first All-Ireland semi-final since 2013.
Michael Quinlivan and his Tipperary teammates are gearing up for next Sunday’s showdown.
Gaa - Tuesday 16 August, 2016
Jennifer Malone’s act of kindness at the final whistle made quite an impression on GAA fans across the country.
Plus, Ireland’s Oliver Dingley makes history as he qualifies for the final of the men’s springboard.
Conor Sweeney has been central to a breakthrough campaign.
Kilkenny are the masters at doing what it takes to edge tight games.
The Tipperary defender make two huge defensive plays in their one-point win.
Gaa - Monday 15 August, 2016
It’s a cruel blow for the 31-year-old midfielder who was in excellent form for the Cats on Saturday.
Here’s what happened on Monday, sports fans.
Derek McGrath has warned about the difficult road ahead.
Micheál Donoghue will look to reshape his panel during the winter months.
The Cats under Brian Cody have defied the odds time and time again. Can they summon one more monumental All-Ireland final effort?
Stats from yesterday’s All-Ireland semi-final victory over Galway have highlighted areas where Tipperary can improve.
All-Ireland winning captain Tommy Dunne runs the rule over All-Ireland semi-final victories for his native Tipperary and 4 September opponents Kilkenny.
We’re heading for another Tipperary-Kilkenny final.
Michael Breen hailed Tipperary’s collective spirit after they sent Galway packing.
Gaa - Sunday 14 August, 2016
Tomas Mulcahy and Ger Loughnane delivered their verdict.
Plenty to discuss after Michael Ryan’s side edged out the Tribesmen in a titanic encounter at Croke Park.
Tipp boss Michael Ryan savoured victory.
Joe Canning and Adrian Tuohy were forced off at the break.
It’ll be the Premier against the Cats in the decider next month.