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Gaa - Today’s News

Fireman by day, hurler by night: the dual life of Dublin’s Michael Carton

“The job I’m in puts hurling in perspective, absolutely.”

‘He’s not an old stager, really’ – Anthony Cunningham has hailed the impact of Eugene Cloonan

The former Galway forward stayed on board as a selector this year.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

One of Cork’s main attacking threats is back at full-forward to face Wexford

Seamus Harnedy has been handed the #14 jersey for Saturday’s qualifier.

Michael Rice returns – but it’s first blood for Galway in a big week against Kilkenny

Shane Moloney scored 1-10 as Galway booked an intermediate final date against Wexford.

Kingdom come again as Kerry trounce Cork in Munster junior football final

Conor Cox and Jeff O’Donoghue starred as Kerry’s juniors got the week off to a good start.

Clare welcome back four key men for their qualifier clash with Offaly

Galvin, Bugler, McGrath and Cunningham have all been named in the Banner panel.

We’ll Leave it There So: McGregor’s new opponent, #ThanksPaulie and all of today’s sport

Plus, Paul McShane appears to have found a new club, Liverpool make a sixth summer signing and details of an upcoming UFC show in Dublin.

The back door will slam shut on Cork’s hurlers as they chase All-Ireland glory

The Rebels will struggle to create their 2013 heroics, when they contested an All-Ireland final.

There is a certain record Éamonn Fitzmaurice doesn’t want to break this weekend against Cork

Kerry haven’t been beaten in Killarney by Cork in 20 years and Fitzmaurice aims to keep it that way.

‘It was brief’ – The young fella from Moone Boy on why he never made it as a GAA player Thank Gaa It's Friday This post contains videos

‘It was brief’ – The young fella from Moone Boy on why he never made it as a GAA player

David Rawle “wasn’t the best player in the world” by his own admission…

The 5 leaders who will take Kilkenny hurlers forward this summer

Brian Cody has lost a number of players to retirement but there’s still plenty of class in the Kilkenny ranks.

Another 3-time All-Ireland winner with Tyrone has retired

Sean Cavanagh is now the only survivor from the 2003 team.

Kildare shook by the loss of 2 more players who are leaving for the States

It’s the latest in a long line of departures from Jason Ryan’s panel.

Injury boost for Tipperary senior hurlers as minor footballers lose key star for Munster final

2014 Young Hurler of the Year Cathal Barrett will be fit to play in the provincial decider against Waterford.

‘I’m based in Bantry Garda Station, most of the guards are Kerry people, so the craic is brilliant’

Cork selector Don Davis can’t escape the build-up to Sunday’s clash.

Gaa - Tuesday 30 June, 2015

Here’s the latest Cork senior football championship draw

There’s some intriguing battles on Leeside in store.

We’ll Leave It There So: FAI debt, Kauto Star remembered and all of today’s sport

Catch up on all the important stories you might have missed.

Cork and Limerick names sides for Munster minor hurling semi-final showdown

The teams meet in the Gaelic Grounds on Thursday night.

Hurler of the Year takes inspiration from a Cavan handballer

Richie Hogan is amazed at the level of commitment world champion Paul Brady puts in.

Poll: Who will win this weekend’s provincial finals? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who will win this weekend’s provincial finals?

Kilkenny and Kerry are looking to win back-to-back provincial titles on Sunday.

Here’s the 27 key GAA fixtures to keep an eye on this week

Start planning for a big week of action.

Tom Cribbin told a local journalist on April Fool’s Day that Westmeath would reach Leinster final

Cribbin texted Westmeath Examiner journalist Gerry Buckley on 1 April with a sacred vow.

Gaa - Monday 29 June, 2015

‘Gardaí need to intervene as people are getting away with far too much online abuse’

It’s time to clamp down on an issue which is becoming more and more prevalent in GAA, according to Colm O’Rourke.

‘There was no Braveheart stuff, it was common sense’ – Westmeath’s ‘miracle’ comeback

The man who masterminded yesterday’s incredible revival.

RTÉ’s Michael Lyster is hoping to be back on The Sunday Game by the end of July

The RTÉ presenter’s life was saved earlier this month by his wife performing CPR.

Poll: Who can stop the Big Four from reaching the All-Ireland semi-finals? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who can stop the Big Four from reaching the All-Ireland semi-finals?

Mayo, Donegal, Kerry and Dublin remain the front-runners. Can they be stopped.

13 of the greatest senior championship comebacks in GAA history

Here are some of the most famous revivals of all time.

Irish football star returns home to remember his late father’s GAA heroics

‘They don’t do them in ones down in Kerry.’

Awesome Dublin lead the way in The42′s football team of the weekend

Westmeath, Wexford, Donegal, Louth and Armagh are also represented.

Meath boss slams county board in scathing resignation letter

A bad weekend for Meath just got worse as Diane O’Hora steps down.

Martin McHugh’s bizarre story about pregnant Kerry women left us baffled

Former Donegal star McHugh recounted a strange tale involving ‘Banty’ McEnaney on The Sunday Game.

‘It’s just not on that players have to deal with these sorts of issues’

GAA stars come out in support of Meath goalkeeper Paddy O’Rourke, who was trolled on social media.

2 changes each for Cork and Kerry ahead of Munster junior football final

There are four All-Ireland minor medallists in the Kerry ranks.

‘Dublin are the one team that when they have you by the throat, they will squeeze it’

The42.ie’s Gaelic football columnist Johnny Doyle reflects on the day’s Leinster semi-final action.

The All-Ireland football qualifier Round 2B draw has been made this morning

The draw was made this morning on RTÉ Radio 1.

Gaa - Sunday 28 June, 2015

Do you agree with The Sunday Game’s man-of-the-match selections?

Unsurprisingly, Westmeath and Dublin dominated the nominees.

Here’s 20 of our favourite images from another busy week of sport Through A Lens This post contains images

Here’s 20 of our favourite images from another busy week of sport

All the action from a different angle.

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