Gaa - Today’s News
The Cork native added that “the door is always open” for Con O’Callaghan to hurl with the county.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
The 27-year-old was O’Loughlin Gaels’ nomination.
McManamon labelled the criticism of sports psychology as “absolute nonsense.”
OCI nominees, Peter O’Mahony and Diego Costa also made the news today.
GPA president Dermot Earley will take up his new role next month.
The Rebels face Waterford tomorrow night in the Munster Hurling League in Mallow.
Jamie Shanahan also returns for the Banner’s clash with Limerick in the Munster Hurling League.
The Tyrone boss has dispelled the notion that the inter-county game is no longer enjoyable.
McMahon and Dublin have won four All-Irelands in the last six years.
Gaa - Monday 16 January, 2017
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Plus, Sean Cronin will miss the Six Nations after Leinster confirmed he has suffered a ‘significant’ hamstring injury.
There was a lot of pre-season action around the country today.
Gaa - Sunday 15 January, 2017
Mental skills coach Jason Brennan returns to look at internally produced psychological pressure.
The new web app allows users to analyse and discuss footage professional games and their own matches.
The pre-season Gaelic football fare continued in the Dr McKenna Cup and FBD League.
Goals central to the Lilywhites victory over Offaly today.
Two goals apiece for Jonjo Farrell and Richie Leahy for the Cats.
A three-point win for the Dubs in Enniscorthy.
The decider in Munster will take place next weekend.
The Gerry O’Connor and Donal Moloney era got off to a great start today for the Banner.
Two goals apiece today for Patrick Horgan and Shane Kingston.
Seadna Morey and Cathal McInerney will both start today against Kerry.
Plus, some Graham Taylor tributes.
Availing of the rule won’t guarantee you a win, but ignoring it won’t help your cause either.
Also, Serena Williams’ path to greatness.
Gaa - Saturday 14 January, 2017
A controversial late penalty did the job for the Royals.
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Gaa - Friday 13 January, 2017
Both sides are looking for a second successive win in the Munster Senior League.
Cork have also made some changes to the side who started their McGrath Cup opener during the week.
Plus, all the fixture details for tomorrow’s rugby and football action.
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The CPA’s cause is right and fair, that alone doesn’t mean they will be successful, argues Tommy Martin.
The Welsh rugby great lined out for Glenswilly last night as part of The Toughest Trade.
Joe Sheridan will wear the number one jersey for Meath tomorrow night.
Gaa - Thursday 12 January, 2017
Micheal Donoghue’s men earned a convincing victory over NUI Galway.
We'll Leave it There So: Tributes paid to Graham Taylor, McIlroy's birdie blitz and all today's sport
Plus, Jonathan Sexton and Jamie Heaslip have been included for Leinster’s Champions Cup clash with Montpellier.
It could have been so different for the former Premier League player.
James Ryan was originally omitted when the Limerick panel was announced last year.
Gaa - Wednesday 11 January, 2017
The students won out by two points in Parnell Park tonight.
35-point win for Kildare in O'Byrne Cup while Meath and Laois on course for battle to reach semi-finals
The second round of group games in the Leinster competition took place tonight.
Elsewhere, Limerick saw off Clare by four points in Group B.