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Dublin: 7 °C Friday 27 February, 2015

Gaa - Today’s News

Gleeson and Mahony star as Waterford IT remain on course to defend Fitzgibbon Cup

Colm Bonnar’s side edged a tight encounter in Moylish.

As it happened: Cork IT v Waterford IT & UL v Limerick IT, Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals

It’s a big day of colleges hurling action and we followed it all the way.

5 burning questions to be answered on 2015 Fitzgibbon Cup weekend

Cork IT, Waterford IT, UL and Limerick IT are all in action in the last four tomorrow.

Cillian O’Connor returns as Mayo make 5 changes for Monaghan game

The sides clash in Castlebar on Sunday afternoon.

Four inter-county greats are bidding to win the Fitzgibbon Cup as managers this weekend

Davy, Lohan, Bonnar and Mulcahy are set to do battle again.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

The Star returns for the Kingdom as they look to topple the Dubs in Killarney

Eamonn Fitzmaurice is able to include a number of players who have recovered from injury.

Cork are looking for three from three in the league and here’s the team that will try and do it

The Rebels forward line has excelled so far this season.

We’ll Leave It There So: Ruddock’s return, Borussia’s bomb and all today’s sport

Here’s the best of what the sporting world had to offer on Thursday.

8 players to watch in this weekend’s Fitzgibbon Cup

We’ve picked some of the best young players from Waterford IT, Cork IT, UL and Limerick IT.

Cregan on Mary I Fitzgibbon appeal – ‘No regrets and if it happens again, we’ll do it again’

The ex-Limerick and Offaly boss believes the Fitzgibbon Cup ‘is gone mad’.

Henry Shefflin is the finest hurler of his generation, but can he kick it? Not quite… Wide Ball This post contains videos

Henry Shefflin is the finest hurler of his generation, but can he kick it? Not quite…

King Henry is a flawless hurler but his footballing skills need some work.

Carlton’s Irish trio set to play together in Aussie Rules game for the first time tomorrow

Zach Tuohy, Ciaran Sheehan and Ciaran Byrne are all named in the 29-man squad for the opening NAB Challenge game.

Nice gesture as Donaghy texts Slaughtneil player after that ferocious shoulder

The Kerry captain has been in contact with the unlucky Christopher Bradley.

4-goal Laois hit form to set up showdown with All-Ireland champions

Victories also for Louth and Longford tonight in the Leinster U21 football championship.

Gaa - Wednesday 25 February, 2015

Cork selector returns to Cuthbert’s backroom six months after stepping down

Ronan McCarthy is back with the Cork footballers.

All-Ireland winning Clare hurler Nicky O’Connell auditions for Frozen Career Change This post contains videos

All-Ireland winning Clare hurler Nicky O’Connell auditions for Frozen

Nicky O’Connell is not taking part in the new Trading Places documentary but he may be giving Walt Disney’s Frozen a call.

‘The battery didn’t last too long on my phone the day I tweeted my fake retirement’ – Keith Higgins

And the Mayo man worries he won’t be believed when he actually hangs up his boots.

GAA to save Mayo €200k a year as they take over MacHale Park redevelopment

The move could save the county board millions.

Best of enemies: The best Ireland-England battles through the years

Ahead of Sunday’s showdown in Dublin, we look at more tussles with the English.

DJ Carey set to remain in charge of IT Carlow — if he’s asked to do so

Without injured free-taker Stephen ‘Picky’ Maher, the Kilkenny legend’s side lost by four points to LIT earlier.

Gaa - Tuesday 24 February, 2015

WIT progress to final four of Fitzgibbon Cup after strong defensive effort

The home side limited their guests to only three scores from play over the 60.

Fitzgibbon Cup in danger of further delay as Davy Fitzgerald calls for semi-final postponement

The LIT boss says it’s asking too much of his players to tog out again this weekend.

Sky Sports pundits break down Antrim footballer’s relationship in awesome wedding message Best Wishes This post contains videos

Sky Sports pundits break down Antrim footballer’s relationship in awesome wedding message

Kevin O’Boyle ‘seems to have scored a cracker and raised the green flag’.

Davy Fitz gets the better of DJ Carey as Limerick IT knock IT Carlow out of the Fitzgibbon Cup

The hosts had four points to spare in today’s quarter-final.

Here’s the 30 GAA fixtures to keep an eye on this week from county, colleges and schools

It’s a busy week of action – check out the main fixtures.

Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-finals to go ahead after Mary I’s appeal fails

The DRA rejected their request for an interlocutory injunction.

Gaa - Monday 23 February, 2015

We’ll leave it there so: Edwards wants to ban the choke tackle, silver for Ireland and all the day’s sport

Also, West Ham fans were filmed singing a racist song before their match with Spurs on Sunday.

More Fitzgibbon Cup drama as reports that Mary Immaculate are heading to the DRA

The third-level competition could be set for further chaos.

Kildare’s Dermot Earley leads Defence Forces to glory in 2015 Páidí Ó Sé tournament

Kildare’s Dermot Earley leads Defence Forces to glory in 2015 Páidí Ó Sé tournament

Kildare’s Dermot Earley leads the defence Forces to a fitting Comórtas Peile Páidí Ó Sé win.

6 talking points after the weekend’s Allianz hurling league action

It was a good weekend for Cork, Dublin, Tipperary, Wexford, Limerick and Waterford.

Ger Cunningham’s Dublin see off 13-man Kilkenny as Treacy points the way

There was plenty of incident at Nowlan Park today.

Callanan and O’Dwyer hit the net as Tipperary get first league points with win over Galway

Tipperary bounced back from last week’s heavy defeat to Dublin.

Gaa - Sunday 22 February, 2015

9 of the best images from the weekend’s GAA action

From sideline cuts to Sigerson Cups, there were some terrific moments captured on camera.

Cork and Dublin suffer Division 1 defeats in Ladies National Football League

The reigning All-Ireland champions were beaten by Monaghan while Mayo’s Cora Staunton tore the Dubs apart.

It’s Sunday so here’s 9 of our favourite images from the past 7 days

Here’s how the week looked through a lens.

From Business ETC This is the story behind *those* Gaelic Football and Hurling games – Part 2 Cautionary Tale

This is the story behind *those* Gaelic Football and Hurling games – Part 2

Development constraints and lack of familiarity with hurling didn’t exactly help matters.

Limerick dig in to pull away from Antrim in second-half blitz

The Munster outfit are up and running.

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