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Dublin: 13 °C Tuesday 30 May, 2017

Gaa - Friday 26 May, 2017

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They’ve been far too easy the past few weeks.

Analysis: What does Joe Canning bring to Galway's game from centre-forward?

Eddie Brennan and David Collins give their views on the Portumna star’s resurgance at 11.

Tipperary goalkeeper facing lengthy ban after alleged incident with referee

All-Star nominee Evan Comerford was sent off by Paddy Russell in a club football game on Tuesday evening.

Poll: Who will win the 2017 Leinster senior hurling championship? Eastern Promises This post contains a poll

Poll: Who will win the 2017 Leinster senior hurling championship?

Kilkenny and Galway are tipped to set up a 2 July decider.

Owen Mulligan: Mickey Harte must find a free-taker if Tyrone are to challenge for an All-Ireland

“They’ll pack that defence and then break and they are hard to stop so that’s why I think the free-taker is a must.”

'It is at a very public stage now, they just can't avoid hearing the criticism' - the Cork football challenge

The All-Ireland ladies football winning boss is focused on consistency with the Rebels.

Gaa - Thursday 25 May, 2017

There's a very familiar name in the Tyrone minor full-forward line this weekend

Peter Canavan’s young lad is already making a name for himself.

Harte hands trio first championship starts in Tyrone opener

The Red Hand boss has made five changes from the team that started against Kerry last month.

Cork call on 5 of their U21 finalists for Munster junior football opener

Rebels face Waterford in Fraher Field on Saturday.

Looking up to Joe Canning, going to college with Luke Meade and being coached by Jamie Wall

It’s been a quick rise for young Galway hurler Thomas Monaghan but he’s loving every minute.

12 years soldiering for Offaly and hoping young talent can help the long-term

The Birr native made his debut for the Faithful footballers in 2006.

Leitrim name youthful side with five debutants in attack while London start without Owen Mulligan

Leitrim and London clash in Ruislip on Sunday at 3.30pm.

'No one seems to like the second tier. It’ll take a generation before it comes around again'

Tom McGlinchey believes it will take time before a two-tiered championship takes hold.

Waterford hand football debut for Cork game to forward with senior and U21 hurling experience

The sides meet at the Fraher Field on Saturday night.

Poll: Who's your fancy for the 2017 Munster senior football championship? Decision Time This post contains a poll

Poll: Who's your fancy for the 2017 Munster senior football championship?

Allianz League champions Kerry are going for five-in-a-row in the Southern province.

Gaa - Wednesday 24 May, 2017

Gaa - Tuesday 23 May, 2017

'He was probably the best player I played with growing up' - from school mates to Cork success

Luke Meade is well aware of what his team-mate Michael Cahalane went through.

Cork break the cycle of Semple Stadium hurling defeats, now the task is to repeat it

The Thurles venue had been an unhappy hunting ground.

Former star Woodlock '100%' convinced that Tipperary can retain All-Ireland title

The Drom and Inch man remains optimistic despite Sunday’s defeat to Cork in Thurles.

Barrett set for spell on the sidelines but season-ending damage avoided

The All-Star corner-back went down in agony and clutching his left knee during Sunday’s defeat to Cork.

Gaa - Monday 22 May, 2017

Suspension rules Philly McMahon out of Dublin's championship opener

The Dublin defender has been hit with a one-match ban relating to the Allianz League final defeat to Kerry.

Meditation will help you perform better, so here's how to get started

Meditation is as important for an athlete as engine oil is for a high-performance engine.

5 tasks for manager Michael Ryan as he looks to get Tipperary's hurlers back on track

The Premier County suffered a shock defeat to Cork on Sunday, and will go through the back door in their quest to retain the All-Ireland title.

Cork hurling's sleeping giant awakens to be main man in success over Tipperary

Cork centre-forward stood up to be man-of-the-match in Thurles.

'From Askea to Adelaide and from Ballon to Bangkok' - Carlow savour memorable Leinster win Set For The Dubs This post contains images

'From Askea to Adelaide and from Ballon to Bangkok' - Carlow savour memorable Leinster win

A six-year losing run in Leinster ended yesterday.

Analysis: Nash the catalyst as Cork's Rebel rising too much for a Tipp team lacking aggression

Cork’s defending and use of possession was much improved compared to last year’s meeting between the counties.

'If I didn't have sport, I could have gone down many bad alleyways'

Mayo star Cora Staunton is the latest guest on Alan O’Mara’s Real Talks podcast.

'What a game, Pauric!' - John Mullane was on fire in the RTÉ commentary box yesterday

“The man wouldn’t look out of place in the US Masters!”

Byrne lands player of the year honour as champions Dublin lead the way in U21 football awards

The Na Fianna club man hit the net in the final success against Galway.

Do you agree with The Sunday Game's man-of-the-match selections?

Conor Lehane and Patrick Durcan scooped yesterday’s awards.

'There’s no better feeling for that young fella' - Cahalane's Cork comeback after heart problem

The return of the Bandon youngster to inter-county action was a rousing sight.

'They are back and we can take that as a certainty' - Tipp boss praises Cork

Michael Ryan was keen to pay tribute after yesterday’s defeat.

Gaa - Sunday 21 May, 2017

Kerry minor captain David Clifford bags stunning goal as East Kerry advance to quarter-finals

Cooper, Casey and O’Leary hit 6-10 between them for Dr Crokes in the Kerry SFC yesterday.

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

From the final day of the Premier League, to the opening weekend of the Championship, to the Guinness Pro12 semi-finals it was a mighty week of sporting action.

John Gardiner: Cork needed to do something drastic after last year, but nobody saw this coming

The42.ie’s columnist reflects on Cork’s brilliant victory over All-Ireland champions Tipperary in Thurles.

5 talking points after Cork claim big scalp as Tipperary head to the backdoor

A memorable encounter in Semple Stadium delivered a major result.