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Dublin: 12 °C Saturday 29 August, 2015

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

No place for MDMA as Gavin names Dublin team for All-Ireland clash with Mayo

The former Footballer of the Year loses out with Brian Fenton and Denis Bastick starting in midfield.

Tipperary stick with an unchanged team for All-Ireland minor football semi-final

They face Kildare at Croke Park on Sunday afternoon.

We’ll Leave It There So: Irish Sports Council take a dig at IABA over Walsh and today’s sport

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.

5 talking points ahead of Dublin and Mayo’s sold-out Croker clash

Who will get the chance to dethrone Kerry on 20 September?

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How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?

Poll: Dublin or Mayo – who’s going to join Kerry in the All-Ireland senior football final? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Dublin or Mayo – who’s going to join Kerry in the All-Ireland senior football final?

We’re gearing up to Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.

Retired with 9 All-Ireland medals and 3 Allstars but missing the buzz of a Kerry battle

Nollaig Cleary will be an interested spectator tomorrow in the Gaelic Grounds.

Kerry county final won’t be played until November due to Kingdom All-Ireland senior exploits

The Kerry county board have released details of their fixtures programme.

Familiar face returns to senior inter-county management in Leinster

Longford have confirmed their new football boss.

Brilliant new Tipperary club hurling jersey to raise awareness for suicide prevention

Portroe have teamed up with Pieta House to help raise awareness for mental health through the ‘Mind our Men’ campaign.

Irish rugby star returns for Kerry as Cork make one change for All-Ireland semi-final

Louise Galvin is returning for the Kingdom following her rugby exploits.

Gaa - Thursday 27 August, 2015

Jason Ryan has resigned as Kildare’s senior football manager

The Lilywhites are beginning the search for a new boss.

We’ll Leave It There So: Bolt run over by Segway, Messi beats Ronaldo and today’s sport

There is also team news from Ireland’s Rugby World Cup warm-up against Wales and the Champions League group draw.

All-Ireland winner and three-time Allstar McDonnell steps down as Armagh U21 boss

McDonnell has cited club commitments for his departure.

‘Mayo will win but if you let Dublin play, you know what they’ll do to you’ – Mortimer

Conor Mortimer is predicting a Mayo win on Sunday but only if his native county attack Stephen Cluxton’s kickouts.

This Elverys promo for Mayo v Dublin is pretty damn spine-tingling Mayo For Sam This post contains videos

A host of brilliant young hurlers will explode on the national stage at the weekend

The Tipperary Supporters Club All-Ireland U16 hurling tournament takes place on Saturday.

No Armagh complaints despite semi-final home advantage for Dublin

The Orchard County will travel to Parnell Park on 5 September.

This Kilkenny All-Ireland winning star has had his intercounty career cut short by injury

Richie Doyle has detailed the massive lengths he’s gone to in the battle with chronic hip issues.

‘I haven’t even thought about it since’ – Uncertainty continues on JBM’s Cork future

The Cork boss still has a year left to run on his current term.

‘Eddie’s shown a huge amount of courage and bravery, he’s been an inspiration’

Former Ireland international rugby star Denis Leamy is in awe of his first cousin Eddie Connolly, who is battling cancer.

Good news for Galway with attacker Cooney back fit for All-Ireland after injury hell

Conor Cooney has been struck down with injuries this year.

Gaa - Wednesday 26 August, 2015

Injury setback for 2013 Cork hurling champions as Lehane is ruled out

Conor Lehane will miss out on Midleton’s upcoming games.

One change to Mayo team to face Dublin in Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final

Chris Barrett gets the nod to start in defence.

Injury battle continues for Tyrrell before final but better news on Power

Better news elsewhere on the injury front for Kilkenny.

Another Irish teenager is set to make his AFL debut in Melbourne next Saturday

Tyrone’s Conor McKenna has got the nod from Essendon.

Dublin and Mayo plan joint Croke Park tribute for minor star killed in car crash RIP

Dublin and Mayo plan joint Croke Park tribute for minor star killed in car crash

Both sets of supporters will come together for the player who wore the number 13 jersey.

‘The press came down hard on us, they picked holes in a lot of us’

Denis Bastick recalls the tough days for the Dubs.

‘Older people in Galway remember us, but the young people need new heroes and new stars’

Three-time All-Ireland winner Noel Lane is ready to pass on the torch to Canning and company.

‘I just looked around and said, “I don’t want to be here, take me off now”‘

Ryan O’Dwyer has put Dublin’s disappointment behind him to fully focus on 2016.

Gaa - Tuesday 25 August, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: Ireland’s history makers, Stones wants out and today’s sport

Plus there’s good news on the injury front for Joe Schmidt.

Dublin v Mayo will be the biggest Croke Park attendance of the summer

This Sunday’s All-Ireland senior football championship semi-final is a sell-out.

Gaa - Monday 24 August, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: ‘Baffling’ GAA rules, a Rugby World Cup shock & all today’s sport

Plenty of drama at the World Athletic Championships while a first-timer will take charge of this year’s All-Ireland hurling decider.

‘We are the champs and we were coming up here to our own home patch’

Donnchadh Walsh and Kerry love playing at Croke Park.

False alarm! Kilkenny’s Eoin Larkin WILL play in All-Ireland final against Galway

County board PRO Seamus Reade has insisted that James Stephens hitman will start against Galway.

GAA appoint first-timer to take charge of this year’s All-Ireland hurling decider

Wexford’s James Owens has been tasked with officiating this year’s final between Galway and Kilkenny.

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