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Dublin: 4 °C Tuesday 20 February, 2018

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

New faces - Tipp hand out auditions with football defender shining and goalkeeper spot up for grabs

Manager Michael Ryan is searching for squad options this spring.

Controversial sacking of manager by email leads to Kerry county board resignations

After appealing his dismissal, Jonathan Griffin took charge of the minor ladies yesterday.

'We were very sore after it' - All-Ireland semi-final record redressed as Corofin push on to Croke Park

Corofin’s win over Moorefield came a year after their loss to Dr Crokes.

Captain Coen - Mayo footballer added to his novel All-Ireland collection as leader at the weekend

Stephen Coen lifted another trophy, this time after the Sigerson Cup decider in Santry.

'Obscene', 'Not fair', 'Not right' - NUIG, UCD and Corofin managers on fixture clash

Kieran Molloy and Liam Silke had to choose between club and college on Saturday.

4 players including key forward duo to miss out for Tipperary against Kilkenny

Fitzgibbon Cup commitments will affect Tipperary’s squad next Sunday.

Gaa - Sunday 18 February, 2018

Donegal put nine goals past Westmeath as Monaghan pick up their first points of the league campaign

Meanwhile in Division 2, there were wins for Armagh and Tipperary.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Here’s how the sporting week looked through the lens.

Big loss for Roscommon as key defender steps away from senior football panel

Seán Mullooly will spend 2018 completing college exams and travelling in the United States.

Limerick stun league holders Kilkenny as Cork dispatch Tipperary

Meanwhile, Waterford are enjoying their best season in the top tier.

'Until you've experienced epilepsy yourself, you don't understand what it's like to have no control'

Richael Timothy was forced to retire from Gaelic football at 21 with epilepsy, but has found a new lease of life in para-cycling.

14-man Monaghan survive strong Kerry fightback to claim back-to-back wins

The Farney men lost Barry Kerry to a sending off in the second half.

Cavan and Fermanagh continue unbeaten streaks while Derry earn first win of the year

Sunday saw Meath suffer their first defeat of the year in Division 2, Offaly succumb to Derry at Celtic Park and Roscommon claim the FBD League title.

Off The Mark! TJ Reid hits 1-11 as Kilkenny score first league victory of 2018

Brian Cody’s side came away from Walsh Park with eight points to spare in the end.

Clare keep unbeaten record intact after seeing off Rebels

In a repeat of last year’s Munster final, the Banner County earned a four-point win in Ennis.

Experimental Galway book league quarter-final place with victory over Offaly

The All-Ireland senior hurling champions were 2-19 to 0-14 winners at Pearse Stadium.

As it happened: GAA match tracker - Clare v Cork, Waterford v Kilkenny, Galway v Offaly, Monaghan v Kerry

We’re keeping a close eye on the day’s Division 1 hurling and football action in the Allianz Leagues.

Cora Staunton soldiers on despite suffering nasty blow to the nose in Aussie Rules win Down Under This post contains videos

Cora Staunton soldiers on despite suffering nasty blow to the nose in Aussie Rules win

The Mayo footballer scored three behinds during a brilliant second quarter performance on Sunday.

After lifting the Sigerson Cup yesterday, UCD's Monaghan and Kerry stars set to clash today

Conor McCarthy, Jack Barry and Barry O’Sullivan have been named to start for their respective counties less than 24 hours after yesterday’s final.

'I thought it was harsh' - Corofin likely to appeal All-Ireland semi-final red card

Martin Farragher was dismissed early on in yesterday’s game in Tullamore.

'There is a firm belief there that this year we can win the All-Ireland and we will win'

Dublin can become the top camogie side in the country and lift the O’Duffy Cup in September, according to Eimear McCarthy.

Gaa - Saturday 17 February, 2018

Limerick's winning streak continues with 12-point win over Dublin

Elsewhere in Division 1B, Laois were five-point winners over Antrim.

Marist College, Athlone to meet Naas CBS in novel Leinster 'A' schools final pairing

Offaly Combined Schools and Colaiste Eoin were defeated today.

Late Bonner goal clinches win for Tipp as Forde hits 2-9 against Wexford

Six points separated the teams at Semple Stadium tonight.

Agony and ecstasy for Kieran Molloy who played for both NUIG and Corofin today

Molloy raced from Tullamore to Dublin to come on as a substitute for his college an hour after lining out for his club.

Monaghan star McCarthy hits 1-6 as UCD claim second Sigerson title in three years

Conor McCarthy picked up man-of-the-match honours as John Divilly’s men lifted the title.

As it happened: Tipperary v Wexford, Limerick v Dublin - Saturday hurling match tracker

Tonight’s big game at Semple Stadium threw-in at 7pm.

Ardscoil Rís crowned Munster champions for fifth time this decade after 11-point final win

Almost 3,000 fans watched on as the Treaty school earned a comprehensive win on Saturday in Mallow.

Corofin have player sent-off in 2nd minute but late Silke goal seals All-Ireland final spot

Three-point win for the Galway champions over Moorefield in Tullamore.

Galway hurlers stave off Munster interest to tie down influential strength and conditioning coach

Lukasz Kirszenstein will remain with the Tribesmen despite heavy interest from Munster Rugby.

Watch the Sigerson Cup final live: UCD v NUIG

Throw-in at Santry Avenue is at 3.30pm.

Corofin lose full-forward to controversial red card 74 seconds into All-Ireland semi-final Harsh This post contains videos

Corofin lose full-forward to controversial red card 74 seconds into All-Ireland semi-final

Martin Farragher was dismissed in the second minute in Tullamore.

Tipperary and Wexford renew rivalry for the first time since Davy Fitzgerald stormed the field

It was an eventful game that set storylines in motion for the summer of hurling.

Gaa - Friday 16 February, 2018

No David Clifford in Kerry side to face Monaghan

The youngster picked up a hamstring injury in a previous win against Mayo.

First start of 2018 for McInerney comes as one of 4 Galway changes for Offaly tie

The 2017 All-Ireland champions host the Faithful county on Sunday afternoon.

Dublin boss Pat Gilroy shakes things up for crucial Limerick clash

The Sky Blues side shows three changes from last time out.

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