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Dublin: 10 °C Wednesday 25 November, 2015

Gaa - Saturday 21 November, 2015

Brogan leads the way as Ireland hold on to record Rules win over Australia

Joe Kernan’s side regained the Cormac McAnallen Cup.

AS IT HAPPENED: Ireland v Australia, International Rules Series

It was a one-off clash at GAA HQ this evening.

Clare side Wolfe Tones earn historic Munster IHC title GAA

Clare side Wolfe Tones earn historic Munster IHC title

Two late goals were not enough for Newcestown in a dramatic climax to the decider.

‘Poor coaching and man management’ among Galway players’ issues with Anthony Cunningham

The panel’s letter to the county board has been leaked.

6 players to watch in Sunday’s Munster club hurling final between Na Piarsaigh and Ballygunner

These key men will have a big say in the provincial final at Semple Stadium.

‘This fixture doesn’t need fighting to attract big crowds – our job is to sell it for the next few years’

Ireland face Australia this evening and Joe Kernan believes this will be the toughest test yet.

5 talking points ahead of Ireland and Australia’s International Rules tussle

5 talking points ahead of Ireland and Australia’s International Rules tussle

The scene is set for this evening’s tussle at Croke Park.

Donal Óg Cusack on THAT call from Clare and stepping down as GPA chairman

The former Cork goalkeeper has been about his new role alongside former foe Davy Fitzgerald in Clare.

6 players to watch in Saturday’s International Rules test between Ireland and Australia

These stars are worth keeping a close eye on at Croke Park.

Gaa - Friday 20 November, 2015

Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s International Rules Test at Croke Park

Ireland and Australia are preparing for battle at GAA HQ.

Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz

How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?

Hill 16 off limits for International Rules spectators as GAA honour Bloody Sunday victims

14 flames will be lit on the terrace to represent each of the lives lost on 21 November 1920.

VIDEO: Dublin, Cork and Galway stars ‘get freezin’ for a reason’ by taking polar plunge

The ‘polar plunge’ aims to raise money for Special Olympics Ireland.

Former Tipp boss O’Shea rules out involvement with Galway senior hurlers

Eamon O’Shea has distanced himself from a potential new role with the Tribesmen.

Offaly chiefs to resolve impasse as manager quits 24 hours after taking over

Declan Kelly hadn’t “fully agreed” to take the post before he was ratified.

Tipperary footballers lose dual star to senior hurlers and another could follow

Seamus Kennedy is switching codes and Steven O’Brien could join him.

Ger Cunningham on Donal Óg Cusack, Cuala’s rise and Dublin’s trip to Boston

The Dublin hurling boss is preparing his side for their trip to Boston this week.

Kerrigan honoured to become Ireland’s second International Rules father/son duo

Cork footballer Paul is following in the footsteps of dad Jimmy, who lined out against Australia in 1984 and ’86.

Gaa - Thursday 19 November, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: Paul Dunne continues meteoric rise, McCaw retires & all today’s sport

Elsewhere, Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has been mistaken for a terrorist and Cork City have raided St. Pat’s for the second time in a week.

Kennelly to use International Rules to find AFL’s next big Irish star

The former Kerry and Sydney Swan player will help host a combine around this weekend’s test.

Tipperary’s Colin O’Riordan has given his first interview since moving Down Under

“It’s a new game and I want to show everyone I can adapt to it.”

Jack McCaffrey on his dip in form, how he turned things around and becoming a doctor

The Opel/GPA Footballer of the Year award reflected on a hugely successful season.

‘It’s a very messy situation’ – TJ Reid predicts difficult year for Galway

The Hurler of the Year also spoke about the recent high-profile retirements and Kilkenny football.

Begley keen to show the Aussies what they missed out on

The Laois man returned home in 2009 following three years in the AFL.

Culture clash: the long and colourful history of the International Rules Series

This year’s meeting is set for Dublin this weekend.

Gaa - Wednesday 18 November, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: Iconic Lomu dies at 40, another blow for Tipp & all today’s sport

Elsewhere, the IRFU have blocked Munster’s attempts to sign the Wallabies skipper while Dick Redmond has lost his Superman cape.

What do you think of the new Cork GAA jersey which was unveiled this evening?

This is the kit the Rebels will be sporting next year.

Lar Corbett becomes the fourth Tipperary player to retire in a week

The two-time All-Ireland winner has called it a day.

Pauric Mahony is ‘starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel’ after six-month lay-off

The Ballygunner/Waterford star is recovering from a broken shin.

Busy weekend as Quinn set to represent club AND country – in the space of 19 hours

Longford star set for Ireland debut before facing a quick turnaround to captain Emmet Og Killoe.

Gaa - Tuesday 17 November, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: We’re off to France, stadium threat in Germany & all today’s sport

Meanwhile, Munster’s clash with Stade Francais has been postponed and the Tipperary hurlers were hit by another retirement.

Here are this week’s key club and international GAA fixtures

Two county final replays, two provincial finals… and a little bit of international action to look enjoy this weekend.

Tipperary lose another one as two-time Allstar announces retirement

Shane McGrath’s 10-year senior inter-county career is over.

Cuala coach Kenny installed as favourite to be the next Galway manager

Anthony Cunningham stepped down from the role last night.

‘Nemo will be raging hot favourites but you know what? Bring them on’ – Kennedy

Tipperary star Seamus Kennedy is confident that Clonmel Commercials can spring a surprise in the Munster club football final.

‘All this talk about deserving one, that’s b******t, you have to make it yours’

Oulart-the-Ballagh and Wexford legend Martin Storey doesn’t have much time for excuses as his club chases an elusive Leinster senior title.

5 Australians to watch in Saturday’s international rules test

Plenty to choose from in what is an extremely strong squad.