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Dublin: 8 °C Friday 6 March, 2015

Gaa - Sunday 1 March, 2015

Michael Murphy sent-off but Donegal inflict first league defeat on Cork

The home captain saw red in the second-half but his side edged a close encounter.

As It Happened: Kerry v Dublin, Cork v Donegal, Mayo v Monaghan – Sunday GAA tracker

As It Happened: Kerry v Dublin, Cork v Donegal, Mayo v Monaghan – Sunday GAA tracker

We kept an eye on all the action from around the country.

Bonnar wants Fitzgibbon final replay delayed – ‘They’re wrecked now, absolutely wrecked’

The teams finished level in a pulsating finale at the Gaelic Grounds last night.

80 minutes and 36 scores in Fitzgibbon Cup final draw as UL and WIT head for replay

There was no separating the teams after extra-time tonight in the Gaelic Grounds.

Dublin’s Sutcliffe stars as Trinity College claim first Ryan Cup hurling crown

Trinity had five points to spare over Queen’s University in the Gaelic Grounds today.

Derry denied first win as Tyrone snatch late draw in Ulster derby

Meanwhile, Down edged past Cavan in Division 2 at Kingspan Breffni Park.

Pendred in a dress and Kernan in Sunderland – It’s the sporting tweets of the week

Also, Caroline Wozniacki taking the positives from her relationship with Rory.

6 talking points ahead of the weekend’s National Football League action

6 talking points ahead of the weekend’s National Football League action

Round 3 in the Allianz Football League is sure to provide more questions and answers as the season hots up

Gaa - Saturday 28 February, 2015

As It Happened: UL v Waterford IT, Tyrone v Derry, Cavan v Down – Saturday GAA

There was plenty to keep an eye on around the country this evening.

53rd Leinster colleges hurling title for St Kieran’s after today’s win over St Peter’s

Victory was clinched in today’s decider at Netwatch Cullen Park.

Hurling now has one-on-one penalties and an advantage rule after today’s Congress

The motions were passed today at GAA Congress in Cavan.

Pissing Cian Healy off, Charlton’s unique recruitment policy and more of your best comments

Our readers produced the goods again over the past seven days.

Gaa - Friday 27 February, 2015

Limerick and Waterford hurlers win Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final against their brothers

Interesting day for the Bennett and O’Brien brothers as UL took on Limerick IT.

The Star returns for the Kingdom but no room for Cluxton or Brogan for the Dubs

Eamonn Fitzmaurice is able to include a number of players who have recovered from injury.

11 Ireland v England battles that will be settled once and for all this Sunday

Hold on tight, folks. There’s a whole lot of baggage that goes along with this rivalry.

Cillian O’Connor returns as Mayo make 5 changes for Monaghan game

The sides clash in Castlebar on Sunday afternoon.

We’ll Leave It There So: Jordi’s in the team, two cracking Fitzgibbon semis and all the day’s sport

Also, Carl Frampton prepares for his world title fight in Belfast tomorrow.

UL could be set to appeal Clare senior player’s red card in Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final today

Jack Browne was shown a red card in the match against Limerick IT.

The GAA’s first all-African team has landed at Dublin Airport

The South Africa Gaels are in Ireland to take part in a GAA tournament.

Forde and Bennett hit the net as UL see off Limerick IT to reach Fitzgibbon Cup final

UL are through to their first final since they won the competition in 2011.

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Gleeson and Mahony star as Waterford IT remain on course to defend Fitzgibbon Cup

Colm Bonnar’s side edged a tight encounter in Moylish.

As it happened: Cork IT v Waterford IT & UL v Limerick IT, Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals

It’s a big day of colleges hurling action and we followed it all the way.

5 burning questions to be answered on 2015 Fitzgibbon Cup weekend

Cork IT, Waterford IT, UL and Limerick IT are all in action in the last four tomorrow.

Four inter-county greats are bidding to win the Fitzgibbon Cup as managers this weekend

Davy, Lohan, Bonnar and Mulcahy are set to do battle again.

Gaa - Thursday 26 February, 2015

Cork are looking for three from three in the league and here’s the team that will try and do it

The Rebels forward line has excelled so far this season.

We’ll Leave It There So: Ruddock’s return, Borussia’s bomb and all today’s sport

Here’s the best of what the sporting world had to offer on Thursday.

8 players to watch in this weekend’s Fitzgibbon Cup

We’ve picked some of the best young players from Waterford IT, Cork IT, UL and Limerick IT.

Cregan on Mary I Fitzgibbon appeal – ‘No regrets and if it happens again, we’ll do it again’

The ex-Limerick and Offaly boss believes the Fitzgibbon Cup ‘is gone mad’.

Henry Shefflin is the finest hurler of his generation, but can he kick it? Not quite… Wide Ball This post contains videos

Henry Shefflin is the finest hurler of his generation, but can he kick it? Not quite…

King Henry is a flawless hurler but his footballing skills need some work.

Carlton’s Irish trio set to play together in Aussie Rules game for the first time tomorrow

Zach Tuohy, Ciaran Sheehan and Ciaran Byrne are all named in the 29-man squad for the opening NAB Challenge game.

Nice gesture as Donaghy texts Slaughtneil player after that ferocious shoulder

The Kerry captain has been in contact with the unlucky Christopher Bradley.

4-goal Laois hit form to set up showdown with All-Ireland champions

Victories also for Louth and Longford tonight in the Leinster U21 football championship.

Gaa - Wednesday 25 February, 2015

Cork selector returns to Cuthbert’s backroom six months after stepping down

Ronan McCarthy is back with the Cork footballers.