Gaa - Yesterday’s News
The former Footballer of the Year loses out with Brian Fenton and Denis Bastick starting in midfield.
They face Kildare at Croke Park on Sunday afternoon.
The appeal was heard last night.
There was also the Captain’s Run ahead of tomorrow’s World Cup warm-up and an incredible performance in the women’s 200m final in Beijing.
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We’re gearing up to Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.
Nollaig Cleary will be an interested spectator tomorrow in the Gaelic Grounds.
Alan Tynan is chasing a unique sporting treble.
The Kerry county board have released details of their fixtures programme.
Longford have confirmed their new football boss.
Portroe have teamed up with Pieta House to help raise awareness for mental health through the ‘Mind our Men’ campaign.
Louise Galvin is returning for the Kingdom following her rugby exploits.
Gaa - Thursday 27 August, 2015
The Lilywhites are beginning the search for a new boss.
There is also team news from Ireland’s Rugby World Cup warm-up against Wales and the Champions League group draw.
McDonnell has cited club commitments for his departure.
Conor Mortimer is predicting a Mayo win on Sunday but only if his native county attack Stephen Cluxton’s kickouts.
Mayo fans, prepared to be pumped up.
The Tipperary Supporters Club All-Ireland U16 hurling tournament takes place on Saturday.
The Orchard County will travel to Parnell Park on 5 September.
Richie Doyle has detailed the massive lengths he’s gone to in the battle with chronic hip issues.
The Cork boss still has a year left to run on his current term.
Former Ireland international rugby star Denis Leamy is in awe of his first cousin Eddie Connolly, who is battling cancer.
Conor Cooney has been struck down with injuries this year.
Gaa - Wednesday 26 August, 2015
Conor Lehane will miss out on Midleton’s upcoming games.
Chris Barrett gets the nod to start in defence.
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Better news elsewhere on the injury front for Kilkenny.
Tyrone’s Conor McKenna has got the nod from Essendon.
Both sets of supporters will come together for the player who wore the number 13 jersey.
Denis Bastick recalls the tough days for the Dubs.
Three-time All-Ireland winner Noel Lane is ready to pass on the torch to Canning and company.
Ryan O’Dwyer has put Dublin’s disappointment behind him to fully focus on 2016.
Gaa - Tuesday 25 August, 2015
Plus there’s good news on the injury front for Joe Schmidt.
This Sunday’s All-Ireland senior football championship semi-final is a sell-out.
Bad news for Conor Cleary.
Gaa - Monday 24 August, 2015
Plenty of drama at the World Athletic Championships while a first-timer will take charge of this year’s All-Ireland hurling decider.
Donnchadh Walsh and Kerry love playing at Croke Park.
County board PRO Seamus Reade has insisted that James Stephens hitman will start against Galway.
Wexford’s James Owens has been tasked with officiating this year’s final between Galway and Kilkenny.