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Gaa - Sunday 27 November, 2016

Corofin cruise to seventh Connacht title

The Galway champions are back in the All-Ireland semi-final.

As it happened: Connacht, Ulster, Munster SFC finals, Leinster SFC semi-finals

Corofin and St Brigid’s faced-off in the day’s standout tie.

County star Graham Reilly and ex-Munster flanker Niall Ronan help Meath club to Leinster title

St Colmcille’s needed a last-gasp free to see off Rosemount in the Leinster IFC final.

'Going for three senior provincial titles in one year, it's hard to explain what that means'

Slaughtneil chairman Sean McGuigan tries to detail how the small south Derry club has reached such heady heights.

The men from the valley eyeing Dr Crokes scalp as they attempt to scale new heights

For the fifth time since 2004 a Waterford club will contest the Munster club football final, can The Nire end the drought?

Gaa - Saturday 26 November, 2016

No return plans for Tipperary football captain as he settles into life in Dubai

Peter Acheson is enjoying his new life in the United Arab Emirates

'It can be frustrating when it’s four games of serious football and that’s it in a nutshell'

Paul Geaney wants more matches and backs Pauric Duffy’s new proposal.

'He can lose the rag the odd time': Mannion on Dolan's move to management

Karol Mannion and Frankie Dolan have enjoyed plenty of good days on the field together.

Gaa - Friday 25 November, 2016

'I always felt sorry for the fans. They would never realise what is going on behind the scenes'

Former Ipswich goalkeeper Shane Supple discusses why he is back in football with Bohemians after quitting the game in 2009.

Take your points! Just the 24 goals in today's All-Star match in Abu Dhabi

The lads with the green flags had a busy afternoon.

'That's a myth' - Harte rejects link between RTÉ dispute and no extra year with Tyrone

The Tyrone manager had looked for an extension to his current tenure.

Tipp football talent to stick with hurling in 2017 as part of 'a two year plan'

The highly-rated Steven O’Brien has committed to hurling again next year.

Gaa - Thursday 24 November, 2016

We'll Leave It There So: Gerrard calls time, Schmidt names team and today's sport Thursday This post contains videos

We'll Leave It There So: Gerrard calls time, Schmidt names team and today's sport

Elsewhere, Down GAA mourns the passing of a legend, Wallabies recall big guns and Gareth Bale is a doubt for Wales’ trip to the Aviva.

Connacht, Munster and Ulster finals - here's this weekend's key club GAA games

We’ve also got Leinster semi-finals taking place.

Jamie Barron on facing Dr Crokes: 'You have to think they can be beaten'

The All-Star hurling midfielder has turned his sights to football and facing the Kerry champions in the Munster club final.

Tributes paid to three-time All-Ireland winner Joe Lennon RIP

Tributes paid to three-time All-Ireland winner Joe Lennon

The Down legend passed away last night.

The two pillars of Monaghan football that have bowed out - 'It's certainly a blow'

Paul Finlay and Dick Clerkin recently retired from the inter-county game.

Gaa - Wednesday 23 November, 2016

Tipperary lose another double All-Ireland winner to retirement

Gearóid Ryan, 28, has struggled with injuries in recent years.

From rugby success to an All-Ireland winning hurling role - 'He's a Munster and Irish legend'

Tipp defender Cathal Barrett on Denis Leamy’s influence on the Premier.

Rochford's management style, Lundy's return and playing St Brigid's again

Corofin’s Gary Sice has been speaking ahead of Sunday’s Connacht club football final.

Cavanagh's return for a 16th senior season with Tyrone - 'I’m almost afraid to walk away'

The three-time All-Ireland winner explains why he has committed again for 2017.

Gaa - Tuesday 22 November, 2016

We'll Leave It There So: All Black banned for high hit, big news for Taylor and today's sport Tuesday This post contains videos

We'll Leave It There So: All Black banned for high hit, big news for Taylor and today's sport

Meanwhile, Cork middleweight Christina Desmond has won bronze at the European Championships, the US appoint Bruce Arena as coach and a Tipp stalwart retires from inter-county hurling.

O'Connell in the running as eir Sports Book of the Year shortlist is cut to 5

Cathal McCarron’s Out of Control and Kieran Donaghy’s autobiography are also up for the award.

Two-time Tipperary All-Ireland senior hurling medalist Stapleton has retired

The Boris-Ileigh club man made his senior debut for Tipperary in 2006.

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"I was feeling, isolated. I didn't know who to tell": Galway hurler urges action on gambling

Speaking on Claire Byrne last night, Galway hurler Davy Glennon detailed his chronic gambling addiction

Down champions Kilcoo believe they're as good as most inter-county teams out there

Conor Laverty and his club meet Derry powerhouses Slaughtneil in Sunday’s Ulster club final.

Cooper concern over 'fairly aggressive' poaching of Kerry's young talent by AFL

“They are holding clinics and sure, we have our own man, Tadhg Kennelly, stuck in the middle of it.”

Clare's Gary Brennan facing hectic New Year as Ballyea hurlers chase club dream

Ballyea’s AIB Munster senior club hurling championship winner and Clare’s senior football captain hopes to balance dual demands.

'We've just got on with it' - Karol Mannion on the Connacht club final venue controversy

St Brigid’s and Corofin will play in Leitirm, despite it being a ‘home’ game for the Roscommon club.

Gaa - Monday 21 November, 2016

We'll leave It There So: Irish pair out, UFC working on McGregor Dublin fight and today's sport Monday This post contains videos

We'll leave It There So: Irish pair out, UFC working on McGregor Dublin fight and today's sport

Elsewhere, the GAA have announced some interesting new measures for next season and there’s been some bad news for Mike Ross.

'A chance in a lifetime' - can Clare's Ballyea push on to All-Ireland club hurling glory?

The Clare champions are newly-crowned Munster champions and will face Galway’s St Thomas’s in February’s All-Ireland semi-final.

'He's an incredible athlete and we didn't have the legs to stay with him'

Glen Rovers captain Graham Callanan and his team-mates were in Tony Kelly’s slipstream at Semple Stadium.

Free-taking competition to replace replays in knockout stages of hurling league

Meanwhile, the mark will be introduced for all football games from 1 January, 2017.

Confirmed: International Rules Series is returning to a two-Test format next year

Joe Kernan’s Ireland squad will travel to Australia in 12 months’ time.

'We never expected to be in this position' - Gary Brennan on the turning point in Ballyea's season

The new Munster champions lost by nine points in the first round of the Clare SHC.

Glen Rovers defeat in Munster club final symptomatic of deeper Cork hurling malaise

Manager Richie Kelleher admitted as much in his post-match assessment.

Gaa - Sunday 20 November, 2016

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

Here’s how all the action of the last seven days looked through a lens.

Ballyea dream, Hogan and Comerford still lead O'Loughlins — Club GAA talking points

We also discuss Tony Kelly’s outstanding five-point display, plus Oulart The Ballagh’s latest Leinster exit.

All-Ireland champs Donaghmoyne one game away from historic two-in-a-row

Three-time All-Star Cora Courtney found the target as the Ulster champions saw off Mourneabbey in a repeat of last year’s final.