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Gaa - Today’s News

Donegal confirm Stephen Rochford appointment as coach

The former Mayo boss will work as part of Declan Bonner’s management team in 2019.

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Conor McDonald: 'The town is going a little bit mental at the moment. Everyone is just raring to go.'

The Wexford star will feature in his club Naomh Éanna’s first county senior hurling final on Sunday.

'It's frustrating. There needs to be change' - Dublin camogie captain echoes team-mate's calls

Laura Twomey is one of the many, many camogie players across the country with similar strong opinions to Eve O’Brien.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

'I probably I should have put my hand up and said I'm not able to come back on' - Cork's hurling learning game

Daniel Kearney reflects on a 2018 campaign where he caught the eye in a new role in the Cork attack.

'If I had it back now, I would have gone again': Ó Sé on retiring a year too early

Tomás Ó Sé played his last game for Kerry in 2013 and they delivered Sam Maguire the following year.

'If I can push the team over the line, I'll gladly do it': Costello content with supersub role

Despite his obvious talent, Cormac Costello has made just two championship starts for Dublin in his career.

'I'm now disgusted I taught them so much! I knew those boys were destined for good things'

Clonoulty-Rossmore and Nenagh Éire Óg both bid to end barren spells in Sunday’s Tipperary county final.

Gaa - Wednesday 17 October, 2018

Comer still 'bitterly disappointed' Galway didn't put it up to Dublin in semi-final

Overall, 2018 was a successful year for Galway.

Donegal to snap up the man who came closest to taking down this Dublin team

Stephen Rochford is set for a return to the inter-county scene as Donegal coach under Declan Bonner.

Cruciate curse - injury troubles an early challenge for Sheedy as he begins second spell as Tipperary boss

A quartet of Tipperary hurlers are on the comeback trail from cruciate injuries.

Down clubs to be excluded from 2019 senior county championship following brawl - reports

Heavy sanctions have reportedly been handed down after violent scenes marred a league clash between Ballyholland and Downpatrick recently.

6 for All-Ireland finalists Cork, 5 for champions Tipperary - U21 hurling team of the year announced

Tipperary have two representatives in the Player of the Year nominations while Cork have one.

Gaa - Tuesday 16 October, 2018

5 for Dublin, 4 for Donegal - Underdogs squad confirmed for showdown with All-Ireland champions

The Underdogs team take on a Dublin side who have completed the four-in-row this year.

'When he said it I told him to feck off': Carlow's Broderick relives shock of All-Star nomination

Paul Broderick is the first Carlow player to receive an All-Star nomination since Colm Hayden in 1994.

All-Ireland hurling final ref Owens 'can understand' James McGrath's outrage after snub

‘I would have been upset if I didn’t get the call,’ the Wexford man said.

'The feedback is very positive' - Top referees welcoming proposed rule changes

Cork ref Conor Lane thinks it’s all positive and is embracing the challenge.

'Blistering pace','a defender's nightmare','an eye for goal' - Tributes pour in for retiring O'Sullivan

The 2009 All-Ireland winning captain has announced his retirement from the Kerry footballers.

AFL club state they cannot permit Kerry's O'Connor to play club GAA games as 'it's a breach to his contract'

Geelong’s Mark O’Connor featured for his club Dingle in a game last month.

Life after Dublin - 'Do I have any regrets? Maybe about what I said? Possibly so.'

Simon Lambert is gearing up for the Dublin county final almost three years after being axed from the county panel.

'My initial thoughts were just that they were pretty bad ideas' - Dublin star on new proposed rule changes

Paul Mannion is against the new proposed plans to change the face of Gaelic football.

All-Ireland winning captain O'Sullivan becomes the fourth Kerry player to retire since close of championship

Darran O’Sullivan was part of four Sam Maguire triumphs with Kerry.

Cork and Derry youngsters make move to AFL as they are signed by Collingwood

Mark Keane and Anton Tohill are making the move to Collingwood.

Gaa - Monday 15 October, 2018

‘We're sorry, but the GAA team actually don't want you to present the boys with the medals’ Cork GAA This post contains videos

‘We're sorry, but the GAA team actually don't want you to present the boys with the medals’

Rena Buckley was speaking at the launch of the 20×20 campaign, which aims to increase media coverage and involvement in female sport.

'I'm disappointed with the criticism' - Cork GAA chief defends price hike for county senior final

There was plenty criticism of admission prices for yesterday’s Cork hurling finals.

'We want the best for Mayo' - Players leave the door open for 12 departed team-mates in 2019

Sarah Rowe is happy to draw a line under the row and move on.

Dublin and Limerick All-Ireland winners set for county final showdowns on October Bank Holiday weekend

Kilmacud Crokes, St Judes, Na Piarsaigh and Doon will all be in action.

RTÉ's new documentary series following five Irish sportswomen to premiere next month Women In Sport This post contains videos

RTÉ's new documentary series following five Irish sportswomen to premiere next month

Following the lives of elite athletes, ‘We Run the World’ will go out on the RTÉ Player over November.

'It's been six years since we were last in a final, too long to be honest'

Kilmacud Crokes are chasing the first Dublin SFC and SHC double in the club’s history.

Here's the draw for this year's Galway senior hurling quarter-finals

Liam Mellows are the defending champions out west.

Louth and Galway footballers move home as they bring AFL careers with Carlton to an end

It has been confirmed that Ciaran Byrne and Cillian McDaid have called time with the Melbourne based club.

Gaa - Sunday 14 October, 2018

Cork football semi-final goes to second replay after dramatic finish

Castlehaven and Duhallow will have to do battle once more.

Clann na nGael, Aughawillan and Portlaoise among the big winners in today's GAA county finals

Meanwhile, the Wexford and Wicklow deciders both went to replays.

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

Some of the defining moments from a busy week of sporting action.

Tipp football champions knocked out as Cratloe's double dream in Clare ends

A last-gasp goal by Sean Carey in injury-time handed Moyle Rovers a 2-7 to 0-11 semi-final success.

Dr Crokes title defence remains on course as they ease into Kerry final

They secured a nine-point win over a Kerins O’Rahillys team that had beat them earlier in the Championship.

Lowndes the hero as Dunboyne dedicate first Meath title in 13 years to club man Sean Cox

Dunboyne won their first Meath SFC title since 2005 at Pairc Tailteann this evening.

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