Gaa - Saturday 25 February, 2017
The restructuring of the football championship was passed in Croke Park today.
Motions 1 and 3 have been passed at Congress.
“The clock is stopping, the pitch is twice as big and the game is twice as long. It’s a lot more impact and load than you’re used to.”
John Allen recalls St Finbarr’s campaign of 1981 where they contested both finals.
The Ireland-England rugby game sparked an idea for an account of the fateful day in 1920.
Gaa - Friday 24 February, 2017
Mayo host the Rossies tomorrow at 7pm.
Monaghan have also named their team for the Division 1 clash.
The 58-year-old secondary school principal gave an emotional victory speech.
Cork are winless after their opening two Division 2 games.
We'll Leave It There So: Ranieri's emotional farewell, McIlroy 'intrigued' by Trump and all today's sport
Plus, your all important weekend fixture list.
The Mary Immaculate manager paid tribute to his players after today’s victory.
The Kilkenny great is working wonders as a manager.
Davy Fitzgerald’s Limerick IT were on the losing side today.
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DJ Carey’s men needed extra-time to seal the victory.
The last four clashes took place in Galway today.
Club Players Association releases video ahead of GAA Congress vote.
Ó Sé’s Tralee CBS team take on St Brendan’s Killarney tomorrow.
Gaa - Thursday 23 February, 2017
We'll Leave It There So: Sexton set to pack his bag for Saturday, Rooney's staying put and today's sport
Plus, that all-important fixture list for a busy Friday of sport.
The election will take place tomorrow night.
'We couldn't afford to lose a third All-Ireland' - Galway legend reflects on famous win in stirring video
Pete Finnerty looks back at a huge day in sport for the county.
These LIT, Mary I, UCC and IT Carlow players are tipped to lead the way for their respective teams this weekend.
The motion will be debated on Saturday.
A major conference on concussive brain injuries will take place in Trinity College tomorrow.
Gaa - Wednesday 22 February, 2017
Murphy on playing against 'monsters' and Williams tackles the 'most tiring skill session he's ever done'
The Donegal man even gets away a tidy-looking offload in this teaser for ‘The Toughest Trade’.
GPA reject the 'Super 8' football proposal but back calls for extra-time and August All-Ireland finals
The motions will be debated at Congress this weekend.
Elsewhere tonight Wexford despatched Carlow with ease.
We'll Leave It There So: 'Super 8' gaelic football proposal slammed, Bundee Aki's back and today's sport
Plus, a Saudi Arabian goalkeeper with a serious passion for gaelic football.
Sean Cavanagh faces his Gaelic football mentor Mattie McGleenan this weekend.
RCSI’s Ahmed Alsarrif has a newfound love for gaelic football.
The decision was taken last night.
The defender was stretchered off just 11 minutes into Westport’s intermediate club final win at the weekend.
The players group is not happy ahead of GAA Congress.
'Donal wouldn't want us missing out' - hurling ref takes charge of game two days after brother's funeral
Alfie Devine took charge of the match between Meath and Derry.
The burglary occurred at the rural Co Clare home of former county captain Anthony Daly in October 2016.
Mixed news concerning Conor Ryan and David McInerney.
Gaa - Tuesday 21 February, 2017
Elsewhere, a new role for Damien Duff while Dan Carter’s drink-driving has cost dearly.
Kiklenny are currently bottom of Division 1A after two rounds.
Wales rugby legend Shane Williams is one of the professional athletes taking part in the documentary.