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Gaa - Thursday 28 April, 2016

'In the first year Davy took over, we were sort of going: This lad is mad!'

Despite his public persona, Clare’s Colm Galvin says Davy Fitz is “calm and mellow” away from the pitch.

Gleeson confident goal-shy Waterford will discover their net worth

The young Deise star admits their three-goal semi-final return against Limerick was a “massive boost”.

Gaa - Wednesday 27 April, 2016

Limerick beat Waterford to set up Munster semi-final with Cork GAA

Limerick beat Waterford to set up Munster semi-final with Cork

Diarmaid Kelly and Josh Ryan starred this evening in Lemybrien.

We'll Leave It There So: Paddy Barnes will carry the flag and all today's sport

It’s all downhill towards the weekend from here, sports fans.

Clare will be without the influential John Conlon for Sunday's league final

The forward has been ruled out with an ankle injury.

Fitzgerald preparing to deliver 'devastating' news to unnamed Clare player

The Banner boss refused to name the player who was concussed in the win over the Cats.

Joe Canning confident knee injury will clear up before championship starts

The Portumna man was unusually absent for his club recently.

Gaa - Tuesday 26 April, 2016

We'll Leave It There So: The Hillsborough 96 unlawfully killed and all today's sport

Tuesday 26 April was a momentous day for the people of Liverpool.

Hours of gym work paying off for Waterford as a stronger Déise unit prepare for league final

Derek McGrath’s side face Clare in Sunday’s decider.

'It's scary how dominant they've been' - Cavanagh in awe of Jim Gavin's Dublin

Tyrone forward rates Dublin as one of the best teams to play the game.

'It was the first time my two kids were at the game, it was a real emotional feeling'

It was a special day for Sean Cavanagh at Croke Park over the weekend.

Gaa - Monday 25 April, 2016

Analysis: Better defence, better movement, better decisions - it all added up for ruthless Dublin

Rob Carroll breaks down the Division 1 football final to discover how Dublin steamrolled Kerry.

Here are the 16 key GAA fixtures to look out for this week GAA

Here are the 16 key GAA fixtures to look out for this week

Championship, baby!

Dubs flex their muscles, Kerry's room to improve - Monday's football talking points

Plus Tyrone finish their campaign in style.

'He doesn't get frees': Dubs allowed to manhandle Donaghy, claims Fitzmaurice

Late Kerry penalty claim waved off in 11-point league final defeat.

'We believe that we're good enough, but we have to prove that time and time again'

No point in getting carried away with unbeaten league campaign, says Tyrone boss Mickey Harte.

Jim Gavin: Dubs were starting to take control before O'Mahony red

League is only third priority, reiterates Gavin, as Dubs set their sights on a Leinster and All-Ireland repeat.

Gaa - Sunday 24 April, 2016

A league of their own! Dublin punish 14-man Kerry to claim four-in-a-row

Dublin collect ninth title of the Jim Gavin era as they warm up for All-Ireland defence in style.

13 pictures which capture the weekend's action in Croke Park In Focus This post contains images

13 pictures which capture the weekend's action in Croke Park

The Allianz Football Leagues finished up this weekend to kick off some special celebrations in the capital.

O'Neill goal clinches Division 2 title for impressive Tyrone

Mickey Harte’s side had five points to spare over their Ulster rivals in Croke Park.

As it happened: Dublin v Kerry, National Football League Division 1 final

Dublin and Kerry meet in the Division 1 final for the first time since 1987. Join us live for all of the action.

As it happened: Tyrone v Cavan, National Football League Division 2 final

Join us for live updates as Ulster rivals Tyrone and Cavan go head-to-head in the Division 2 decider.

Diesel demands and Rory's Bahamas regret - it's the sporting tweets of the week

McIlroy and O’Driscoll made the cut during a time when Twitter was dominated by another Irish athlete.

Quiz: How well do you remember these Dublin v Kerry clashes?

The old foes will add another chapter to their storied rivalry in the National Football League final this afternoon.

It's Sunday so here's 12 of our favourite images from the sporting week

From Irish success in the European Olympic qualifiers to segway polo and everything in between.

Gaa - Saturday 23 April, 2016

Cleary's injury-time free snatches Division 3 title for Clare

The Banner and Cian O’Neill’s Kildare side played out a thrilling final at Croke Park.

Donegal and Westmeath to battle it out for Division 2 promotion after securing victories

Cavan and Clare were both on the end of losses in the Lidl Ladies National Football League today.

Grimes the hero as Louth secure silverware with injury-time goal

The Division 4 trophy is going back to the Wee County tonight.

Kerry's need, the Cluxton effect and more National Football League final talking points

We’re in for a fascinating final between Dublin and Kerry at Croke Park on Sunday.

Staunton's late score snatches dramatic semi-final win for Mayo

The Connacht side will face Cork in the Division 1 final in two weeks’ time.

Wexford outlast Dublin in extra-time battle to book place in Leinster MHC semi-final

There were also wins for Westmeath, Laois and Kilkenny today.

As it happened: Kildare v Clare, Allianz National Football League Division 3 final

There is silverware on the line at GAA HQ.

Poll: Who will win Sunday's National Football League finals at Croke Park? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who will win Sunday's National Football League finals at Croke Park?

It’s Cavan and Tyrone in the Division 2 decider before Dublin lock horns with Kerry for Division 1 honours.

Murray points Waterford to Munster minor semi-finals

They had to overcome Tipp in a play-off.

Classy Cork make it nine finals in a row after putting Dubs to the sword

Ephie Fitzgerald’s side won by seven points despite trailing by two at the break.

O'Sullivan returns to the Dublin team for league final meeting with Kerry

The teams face off in a repeat of last year’s All-Ireland football final at GAA headquarters tomorrow.

6 players to watch as Dublin and Kerry battle it out for National Football League glory

This sextet will have a big say as Gaelic Football’s heavyweights contest for national silverware again.

Gaa - Friday 22 April, 2016

Waterford star Shanahan will find out next week if he can play in National League final

The prolific forward is a major doubt for the clash with Clare.