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Gaa - Yesterday’s News

O'Shea brothers fail to make the cut for Mayo, while Niall Morgan comes into goals for Tyrone

Aidan and Seamus O’Shea are believed to be nearing a comeback from their respective injuries.

Suspension and injury sees Derek McGrath make five changes for trip to Ennis

Jamie Barron and Maurice Shanahan will sit out the crucial game against Clare.

The big guns return for Dublin as McCarthy, O'Sullivan, Flynn and Brogan all start against Rossies

Jim Gavin has recalled some of his most trusted lieutenants.

3 players to make senior debut for Tipperary, while Darren Gleeson makes his return

Cork have named an unchanged team for the game.

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Welcome return as Cork stalwart and last year's Player of the Year commits to fold for 2017

Bríd Stack has been named on the panel for Sunday’s league clash.

Gaa - Thursday 23 March, 2017

Mayo call on a host of All-Ireland winners to begin defence of their U21 crown

Mike Solan’s side open their provincial campaign against Galway on Saturday.

Maurice Shanahan banned as CHC reject his appeal against Cork red card

Waterford forward will miss Sunday’s Division 1A trip to Clare.

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Pearce Hanley: Leaving Brisbane, his brother and dog behind for a fresh start in Aussie Rules

We caught up with the Mayo man ahead of his 10th AFL season and a Round 1 game against his former employers.

Kerry boss faces senior clash with Cavan and an All-Ireland final this weekend

Éamonn Fitzmaurice has two big matches on his agenda this weekend.

Christmas training sessions primed Our Lady's Templemore for All-Ireland hurling assault

The Tipperary school is aiming to end a 39-year wait for Croke Cup glory, having captured a first Harty Cup title since 1978.

Another injury setback for Cork as O'Driscoll sidelined after dislocating shoulder

The 22-year-old faces at least four weeks on the sideline.

Gaa - Wednesday 22 March, 2017

After All-Ireland hurling win, O'Callaghan hits 2-5 as Dublin book Leinster U21 football final place

The Cuala man was the difference in tonight’s win over Longford.

They've never won a Connacht U21 title but Sligo reach final after pegging back Roscommon

Jodie O’Reilly hit the only goal of the game in Kiltoom.

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Final spots were up for grabs in Connacht and Leinster tonight.

Wexford's St Peter's reach first Hogan Cup final and now face champions St Brendan's Killarney

The Wexford school saw off St Mary’s Magherafelt this afternoon.

Fresh from All-Ireland club win, Con O'Callaghan starts for Dublin U21s tonight

Dessie Farrell makes two changes to the Dubs side that beat Westmeath.

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WATCH: This Dublin GAA club operates completely through the Irish language

We spoke with members of Na Gaeil Óga, who are finding new ways to use their cúpla focal.

'Magic' Super 8 occasions, Dublin's dominance over the rest and McAliskey's cruciate recovery

The Tyrone boss is a fan of the recent changes made at GAA Congress.

Two Waterford defenders out injured until championship as Shanahan to appeal red card

Philip Mahony and Darragh Fives are both currently sidelined.

Gaa - Tuesday 21 March, 2017

72 hours after All-Ireland final loss, two Clare footballers returned to club hurling action last night

Ballyea’s Pearse Lillis and David Egan took to the field again last night.

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VIDEO: Michael Quinlivan's goal of the season contender for Tipperary against Offaly

The 2016 All-Star netted this brilliant effort in the 53rd minute.

'This is what we've been pushing for' - Staunton ready to showcase her talents at Croke Park

Mayo star Cora Staunton hasn’t played at GAA HQ since 2008.

Tipp without key midfielder for promotion clash with Louth as red card appeal ruled out

George Hannigan was sent off against Offaly last Sunday.

Gaa - Monday 20 March, 2017

Analysis: Kerry's attacks and pressure on kickouts tests Dublin but decision making proves costly

The42′s columnist Rob Carroll looks back at Saturday’s showdown.

Portlaoise the venue for the Leinster U21 football final, which will be streamed live on TG4

Offaly will play the winners of Dublin-Longford in the decider on Wednesday week.

'It is my last chance' - Cork's Hurley faces battle to return after another hamstring rupture

The 24-year-old footballer is aiming to battle back again.

Offaly boss didn't sleep for 'two or three nights' after Armagh hiding, while McNamee return unlikely

McNamee has made 130 appearances for Offaly since 2003, but it appears he won’t be returning to the county colours in 2017.

History makers! Dublin and Mayo set for first ladies football league game at Croke Park

The game will precede the meeting of Dublin and Roscommon in the Allianz League.

'We're being penalised for our own mistakes' — Plenty to worry Rochford as Mayo slump to another defeat

They’ve failed to score a goal from play in the league, while Cillian O’Connor’s form has dipped.

'Mayo's problems are similar to what we've been seeing for years and years' - O'Rourke

‘Cavan looked the better team, with better individual footballers.’

Angry Meath boss McEntee delivers damning verdict on Cork stalemate

‘We proceeded to blow the game, and we did blow it’

'I know I got it wrong, I didn’t get it wrong on purpose'

Referee David Gough admits that he should have given a late free to Kerry in last year’s All-Ireland semi-final.

Gaa - Sunday 19 March, 2017

Hammer blow for Cork with the news Brian Hurley is unlikely to play again this season

The 24-year-old had only returned from an eight-month absence through injury.

Ace Galway forward makes return from cruciate injury in win over Kerry

Elsewhere Aimee Mackin scored 1-9 in Armagh’s victory against Dublin.

Mackey and co keep Cork on target with trouncing of lifeless Wexford

Kilkenny, Tipperary, Limerick and Offaly also secured wins in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League.

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