Gaa - Wednesday 25 May, 2016
The Clare great is looking forward to seeing if someone can knock Kilkenny off their perch at the top.
Gaa - Tuesday 24 May, 2016
It was a busy one. Catch-up with all of the day’s sporting headlines right here.
All-Ireland winning captain Tommy Dunne starts his new column by taking a closer look at how his native Tipp got the better of Cork.
But the Dublin attacker is not prepared give up his jersey any time soon.
JJ Delaney feels the next wave of Dublin talent will pose a serious threat to Kilkenny’s dominance.
Noel McGrath hadn’t started a senior championship game for Tipp since September 2014 until he lined out against Cork on Sunday.
Dublin star back in action following serious assault in England last year.
Galway defender David Collins insists the Tribesmen learned a lot from the League, even though it ended in relegation.
Gaa - Monday 23 May, 2016
Also, Marc Wilson has been ruled out of this summer’s European Championship due to injury.
Sunday’s 15 starters must keep performing to hold their places while there are big-name stars itching for the chance to get back in.
GAA analyst Rob Carroll breaks down yesterday’s Ulster SFC quarter-final in Celtic Park.
Cork selector Pat Ryan has been speaking about Sunday’s nine-point defeat.
Fellow pundit Aaron Kernan believes it’s time to reward teams with scoreable frees if an opponent receives a black card.
Former Cork player and ex-selector Seanie McGrath believes current boss Kieran Kingston is planning long-term with the Rebels.
The Tribeswomen are handing in their smartphones for the month of June to raise money for Pieta House.
Gaa - Sunday 22 May, 2016
Are Tipperary honing a gameplan to beat the packed defence?
Tipp will feel that there’s still plenty of room for improvement, writes John Gardiner in the first of this summer’s columns.
Michael Ryan’s men opened the defence of their Munster title with a nine-point win in Thurles.
Any hopes of revival for the underdogs disappeared when sub Darren Sweeney received a straight red.
Offaly’s victory sends them into the Leinster SHC quarter-final where they’ll meet Laois.
The Thurles Sarsfields clubman was in excellent form from placed balls at Semple Stadium.
Tyrone booked their place in the Ulster semi-final with an 11-point win.
There’s nothing quite like the Munster championship. Join us for live minute-by-minute coverage of Tipperary v Cork in Semple Stadium.
These old rivals met for the fifth time this season as they began the chase for provincial honours.
Also featuring Graeme McDowell and Paul Murphy.
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Ryan O’Dwyer made his long-awaited comeback for the Sky Blues last night.
The Model County supremo was without a host of big hitters for last night’s heavy defeat to Dublin at Croke Park.
There was dual disappointment for Wexford at Croke Park last night.
Throw-in at Semple Stadium is 4pm.
Gaa - Saturday 21 May, 2016
It was all too easy for Ger Cunningham’s Sky Blues at GAA HQ.
Cian O’Neill’s first championship victory in charge of Kildare ended in a one-point victory.
RTÉ will be showing 31 live matches this season.
Ger Cunningham’s side take on Liam Dunne’s charges with a semi-final date with Kilkenny up for grabs.
Late points from Katrina Mackey rescued Cork as Antrim’s hurlers also finished with a flourish.
Elsewhere, Kildare and Laois also booked their spots in the last four of the provincial championship.
The former Donegal manager has just passed his Uefa ‘B’ coaching licence.
Jim McGuinness expects Dublin to lift the Sam Maguire again this year but maintains that they can be beaten.
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The former Tyrone great expects a big year for Mayo.