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Dublin: 14 °C Tuesday 26 July, 2016

Gaa - Friday 22 July, 2016

Wheelie bins and house kicks: Ulster stars test their skills in 'street football'

You don’t need grass to harness your skills.

Here are the Tipp and Derry teams vying for a place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals

Both sides unchanged for tomorrow’s clash in Breffni Park.

We'll Leave it There So: Big Sam's England, heartbreak for Irish athlete, and all today's sport

Plus, a League of Ireland footballer has been handed a one-year ban for a doping violation.

Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz

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

John Muldoon dreamt of 'being Joe Cooney' when he won an All-Ireland minor medal with Galway Thank GAA This post contains videos

John Muldoon dreamt of 'being Joe Cooney' when he won an All-Ireland minor medal with Galway

Things could have turned out differently for the Connacht captain.

'He'll be keeping the fire lit under them' - Cummins support for Clare boss Davy

Brendan Cummins reckons Clare won’t be affected by their manager’s health difficulties.

'How does a team with no leaders get to All-Ireland finals and semi-finals?'

It’s a big weekend for Galway hurling in the wake of recent criticism.

Gaa - Thursday 21 July, 2016

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We'll Leave It There So: Russian appeal fails and all today's sport

That bloody weekend is so close we can taste it.

If Hurler of the Year was being given out today, this would be the shortlist

We look at half-a-dozen players who stood out during the provincial championships and qualifiers.

Quiz: Can you name these players who will be in action in the All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals?

Test your Waterford, Wexford, Clare and Galway hurling knowledge.

Mayo not expecting provocation from Westmeath in the wake of Diarmuid Connolly incident

‘I think my lads are well able to mind themselves.’

3 changes to Kerry team for Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final against Lancashire in Manchester

Kerry are hoping to build on their Munster final win over Cork.

'There's anger there and a lot of questions I'd like answered': Richie Power's injury nightmare

The Kilkenny man on coming to terms with the injury battle that forced his early retirement.

Fit-again Andrews relieved to be in frame as season reaches fever pitch

And the St Brigid’s forward is confident that the Dubs haven’t peaked yet.

Gaa - Wednesday 20 July, 2016

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We'll Leave It There So: Health scare for Davy, failed drugs tests in UFC and today's sport

Elsewhere, Sam Allardyce is expected to be unveiled as the new England manager tomorrow and John Kavanagh backs Conor McGregor to secure decisive victory in Nate Diaz rematch.

Clare boss Davy Fitzgerald admitted to hospital in Dublin

Other members of the management team remain hopeful that the coach will be available this Sunday.

Keeping up with Diarmuid Connolly: The Dublin star talks family, hurling and MMA

In a rare interview, one of the most fascinating characters in the GAA gives an insight into what makes him tick.

'We've all done stuff we would probably wished we hadn’t. That’s life'

Tiernan McCann spoke about the dark days after his ‘dive’ against Monaghan last year.

'It's out of my control what other teams try to do to me' - Diarmuid Connolly

The three-time All-Ireland winner was responding to claims that Westmeath specifically targeted him during the Leinster final.

'It was like a scene out of Braveheart' - The training accident that sidelined Kerry's Crowley

The Laune Rangers man suffered a painful collision with teammate Johnny Buckley.

Gaa - Tuesday 19 July, 2016

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We will never get tired of watching this Peter Harte monster point

With apologies to all of our Donegal readers, we’re watching this again.

We'll Leave It There So: Our Paralympic flag-bearer, blow for the Dubs and all today's sport

Plus, Ed Joyce not out as two of our teams fly out to Rio.

Sun, ice cream and the pier: 17 of the best All-Ireland football launch pics Snap Happy This post contains images

Sun, ice cream and the pier: 17 of the best All-Ireland football launch pics

McCann, Connolly and Crowley enjoyed the sun on the pier in Dun Laoghaire last night.

Podge Collins faces two championship games with Clare in 27 hours this weekend

The Roscommon footballers and the Galway hurlers are next up for the Cratloe man.

Tipp manager fumes over Cavan venue choice for football qualifier against Derry

Liam Kearns has questioned why Kingspan Breffni Park got the nod.

Massive blow for Dublin as James McCarthy reportedly suffers knee ligament damage

The wing-back could miss up to six weeks after landing awkwardly on his knee at training last week.

'Coming up here for a lot of us, our Cork careers were on the line a small bit'

Just how pivotal was that clash for Cork against Longford?

Cork All-Ireland U21 and junior winner has linked up with the Clare footballers

Bantry native Kevin Harrington was part of the Banner squad last weekend.

Gaa - Monday 18 July, 2016

Clare's massive opportunity, tired Donegal vulnerable against Rebels— qualifier draw talking points

Monday’s Round 4 football qualifier draw threw up a few interesting ties.

We'll Leave It There So: Russia blasted over doping report, double-header for Croker and today's sport

Elsewhere, four Irish U20 players have joined the Connacht academy and Peter Sagan wins a cracking sprint finish in the Tour de France.

The provincial action is done - who do you now think will win the All-Ireland title?

There’s 12 counties left in contention, who’s your tip to succeed?

Analysis: How Tyrone finally wrestled back their Ulster crown from Donegal

GAA analyst Rob Carroll talks us through a tactically-absorbing Ulster SFC final.

Cork-Donegal and Mayo-Westmeath set for a Croke Park double-header

The GAA have announced the venues and times for the final round of the football qualifiers.

'Hopefully Paddy Kelly can stay fit. This guy is a genius'

Cork selector Eoin O’Neill was thrilled with the 30-year-old’s influence in only his second game of 2016.

'This is what we dream of' - Mickey Harte hails Tyrone's Ulster triumph

Harte praised the qualities of his players after they delivered a 14th Ulster title for the Red Hand.

The 2016 All-Ireland minor quarter-final line up is now known

Kildare and Donegal lifted provincial titles yesterday.

Do you agree with the Leinster and Ulster final man-of-the-match winners?

Good news for Tyrone and Dublin players.