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Dublin: 2 °C Saturday 20 January, 2018

Gaa - Sunday 14 January, 2018

Gaelic football's longest-serving inter-county player calls it a day after 17 years

Sligo forward Mark Breheny has announced his retirement this morning.

From a League of Ireland debut at 16 to the Donegal senior panel in 2018

Shaun Patton is leaving professional football behind to pursue success in a different code.

'I wouldn't be able to pick, I love the two of them. It's crazy to think I didn't like sport'

Tipperary dual star Orla O’Dwyer kicks off a busy 2018 with the camogie side later today.

Gaa - Saturday 13 January, 2018

Colm O'Rourke steps down as manager of back-to-back Meath senior champions

The pundit guided Simonstown Gaels to a first-ever senior county title in 2016.

Sherlock hits the net for late winner as Cork defeat Clare in six-goal McGrath Cup final

Cork snatched victory at the finish in Mallow.

Kilkenny hold on for three-point success over Offaly to book Walsh Cup final place

Brian Cody’s side triumphed in Tullamore today.

5 changes to Limerick team ahead of Munster league final against Clare

The sides clash in the Gaelic Grounds tomorrow afternoon.

From 'what is this sport?' to starting for Ireland at the World Championships in 18 months

Between international softball, county camogie, provincial rugby and her Leaving Cert year, Maeve Óg O’Leary leads a busy life.

Gaa - Friday 12 January, 2018

Dramatic finish in Castlebar sees 12-man Galway edge Mayo for second win of 2018

The Tribesmen came out on top by one point in the FBD League.

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How the US could become the Dublin GAA of the soccer world

Pay-for-play’s negative impact on the sport is obvious, writes Tommy Martin.

Gaa - Thursday 11 January, 2018

Cork ring in the changes for McGrath Cup final with the Banner

The Rebels face Clare at Mallow’s GAA Complex this weekend.

'To me, the provinces are gone, they’re dead' - a call for an open hurling championship draw

Michael Fennelly on the changes he would like to see made to the hurling landscape.

League targets with Cork, breakthrough in Australia and new Páirc Uí Chaoimh debut

The Douglas man is gearing up for Cork’s 2018 campaign.

Retiring from Kilkenny - 'It was hard to get the words out, it was hard to tell him to be honest'

Michael Fennelly brought his Cats career to an end in late December.

'They start getting attention from the opposite sex and start getting bought pints in pubs'

Offaly boss Stephen Wallace is keen to protect promising 18-year-old Cian Johnson.

'As a 34-year-old woman playing for my 17th year, opening up for a men's game doesn't appeal to me'

Eight-time All-Ireland champion Aoife Murray is back for a 17th year with Cork, and as captain.

Boost for Cork footballers as long-serving forward O'Connor commits to play in 2018

The 2010 All-Ireland winner has decided to stay on board.

Gaa - Wednesday 10 January, 2018

Tyrone, Fermanagh and Roscommon among the winners on a busy night of GAA action

There were six games in the Dr McKenna Cup this evening.

Last-gasp goal sees Mayo held by Leitrim in their first competitive game since All-Ireland final

Brendan Gallagher’s goal earned his side a draw in MacHale Park

Four-time All-Ireland hurling final referee Brian Gavin hangs up his whistle

The Offaly man has retired from inter-county refereeing.

Reigning champions Our Lady's and 2016 kingpins Árdscoil Rís triumph in Harty quarter-finals

Our Lady’s saw off JTB Hospital while Árdscoil Rís defeated Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG.

Cork minor Downey hits 0-4 as Christians reach Harty Cup semi-finals with win over St Colman's

CBC Cork will now take on Árdscoil Rís in the last four.

Five-time Connacht champion Alan Freeman makes his inter-county return for Mayo tonight

Talented Castlebar Mitchels forward Neil Douglas is handed the opportunity to impress at centre-forward.

Gaa - Tuesday 9 January, 2018

Ex-Donegal boss McGuinness leaves Chinese role and hints at 'new chapter in Europe'

The former Donegal manager has parted ways with the CSL club ahead of the 2018 season.

'We discuss things and I'll make a call': Gilroy insists he has final say on Dublin hurling sideline

It has been suggested that Pat Gilroy’s lack of hurling experience meant ex-Galway boss Anthony Cunningham was the one making the decisions.

Aussie Rules trials with North Melbourne to senior football focus with Tipperary

Jack Kennedy is gearing up for 2018 with Tipperary after sampling playing Aussie Rules.

John McGrath: 'At the start of the year I know what I'm signing myself up for and getting into'

The Tipperary hurler has no qualms with the level of commitment required of an inter-county hurler.

Laois county board propose formation of second GAA club in Portlaoise

The additional club would cater for underage teams only.

5 of last year's Munster winners set to make seasonal debut for Cork hurlers tomorrow night

Cork face UCC in the annual Canon Michael O’Brien Cup game.

Business degree no longer required as GAA extend search for new Director-General

The deadline for applications has been pushed to 19 January after some confusion over the criteria.

'Legend' and 'The greatest' - tributes pour in after brilliant Mick O'Dwyer documentary

A look at the life and times of the Kerry GAA legend aired last night

Gaa - Monday 8 January, 2018

Croke Park dates among eight ladies football double-headers with male counterparts

Dublin will face Cork and Kerry at GAA headquarters.

'Lads are nearly detesting playing inter-county football'

In an honest and wide-ranging interview, former Meath footballer Joe Sheridan has voiced his concern for the state of the game.

After playing twice over the weekend, Gilroy's Dubs facing two more games this week

Waterford and Wexford are next up on the agenda for the Dublin hurlers.

11 years on from his Galway debut, All-Ireland U21 and senior club winner retires

Corofin forward Gary Sice has retired from inter-county duty.

'I see they’ll get a ticket to go to the next game but I’m sure that won’t fill their (fuel) tanks'

Galway boss Kevin Walsh was disappointed with the late postponement of yesterday’s clash with Mayo at MacHale Park.

Gaa - Sunday 7 January, 2018

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

Here’s how the last seven days looked through the lens.

10 pictures that sum up the GAA weekend

There was plenty of pre-season action around the country today.