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Dublin: 5 °C Friday 30 January, 2015

Gaa - Today’s News

‘The new brand of hurler coming through in Dublin is outrageous’

Dubs getting better every year, says midfielder Joey Boland.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Tommy Walsh on the bench for Kerry on Sunday as Mayo bring back Ronaldson and Regan

Eamonn Fitzmaurice has gone with six of the side that started last September’s All-Ireland final.

UCC, UL and WIT signalled their intentions in today’s Fitzgibbon Cup openers

Conor Lehane, Tony Kelly and Austin Gleeson all caught the eye for the winners.

We’ll Leave it There So: RTÉ’s future 6 Nations coverage in doubt, Wolfhounds team named and all today’s sport

Also, Ireland’s Glenn Whelan signs a new contract and Man United threaten season ticket holders with bans.

Cork hurling and football bosses unveil their teams for this weekend’s action GAA

Cork hurling and football bosses unveil their teams for this weekend’s action

The teams clash in Páirc Uí Rinn next Sunday afternoon at 2pm.

Tommy Walsh isn’t going back to Oz – ‘I’m back to play sport and move on with my life’

The 26 year-old has closed the door on his Australian Rules career.

IT Sligo braved some seriously snowy conditions last to defeat Queen’s in the Sigerson Cup

Sligo will face UCC in the next round thanks to their win at the Dub last night.

Gaa - Wednesday 28 January, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: Figo challenges Blatter, Mayweather meets Pacquiao and today’s sport

There’s also Joe Schmidt on Sean O’Brien’s fitness and the newest League of Ireland club is formed in Cabinteely.

Paraic Duffy rejects ‘corporate GAA’ claims as ‘an utterly bogus charge’

The Director-General says the corporate GAA accusations are ‘an utterly bogus charge’.

10 players to watch out for in this year’s Fitzgibbon Cup

Here are the stars we’re keeping an eye on in the glamour third-level hurling championship

Corofin duo help GMIT send 2013 champions DIT out of Sigerson while Athlone beat Trinity

Today’s matches took place in Tuam Stadium and Ringsend.

Galway ace comes over all Love/Hate as he posts snap of broken finger

Joe Canning has been on Instagram with an X-ray shot of his smashed digit.

After losing his wife to cancer, Armagh manager planning charity match to honour her memory

James Daly organising ‘All in for Ann’ on October 3 to raise money for cancer charities.

More bad news for Wexford hurling as defender’s 48-week suspension upheld

Andrew Shore is set to appeal the latest development.

One of Wexford’s longest serving hurlers has retired

Defender Keith Rossiter is stepping down after 12 years in the purple and gold

Major blow for Tipperary footballers ahead of league campaign

Ciarán McDonald will miss the entirety of the National Leagues

Darran O’Sullivan has given up his day job to concentrate on Kerry full-time

“I can’t keep taking it for granted, saying I’m Superman, and taking the knocks.”

‘It’s time for us to move on and forget about the last four years with Jim’

Very little has changed under Donegal’s new management, says Karl Lacey.

Gaa - Tuesday 27 January, 2015

‘If you speak as much as Joe Brolly speaks you’re bound to make a mistake’ – O’Neill

“I don’t want to get into an argument but, yes, he was over the top with what he said.”

We’ll Leave it There So: GAA gets tough on racism, Sexton set to face France and all today’s sport

Also featuring drama in the Leinster Schools Cup and another Irish international potentially moving to the MLS.

The Garth Brooks fiasco got a (final?) mention in the GAA’s annual report today

The Director General’s annual report was released today.

Cox stars as UCC claim 15 point win over CIT in Sigerson opener while NUIG also triumph

Champions UCC were far too strong for their local rivals today while NUI Galway defeated IT Blanchardstown.

GAA President – ‘We abhor any form of abuse of our players, whether it be racial or sectarian’

‘We abhor any form of abuse of our players,’ says GAA President Liam O’Neill.

‘We took a risk and it backfired’ – Paraic Duffy on moving the Mayo v Kerry replay from Croke Park

The GAA Director-General says lessons have been learned from last August’s controversy.

Kieran McGeeney – ‘The more you tell people the truth, the less they want to print it’

So are the stories about Armagh’s tough training regime true?

Gaa - Monday 26 January, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: Ireland’s injury worries, Ravenhill gets a final and all today’s sport

Also, James McCarthy is close to returning to action for Everton.

10 players to watch out for in this year’s Sigerson Cup

Here are the stars we’re looking out for in the prestigious third-level football championship

Carey, Jamesie, Barney and McHale: here’s the line-up for the new Laochra Gael season

TG4′s popular GAA show is back for a 13th season.

Jason Ryan: ‘It was a shock to the system – January has been way too easy for us up to now’

The Kildare boss wasn’t too downbeat after today’s defeat.

Michael Darragh MacAuley was sent-off yesterday but any suspension won’t kick in until 2016

Some good news for Dublin thanks to a GAA disciplinary change.

Gaa - Sunday 25 January, 2015

Kilkenny, Antrim, London and Warwickshire clubs reach All-Ireland hurling finals

Kilburn Gaels will face O’Donovan Rossa in the intermediate decider while it will be Fullen Gaels against Bennettsbridge in the junior clash.

Canning breaks finger as Galway and Laois book Walsh Cup semi-final places

The Tribesmen cruised to victory over Offaly while the Midlanders got the better of Wexford.

Kerry, Roscommon and Liverpool football clubs set for Croke Park

Ardfert and St Croan’s will contest the All-Ireland intermediate football final.

Roscommon smashed four second half goals past Galway to start the year with some silverware

John Evans’ men gave a remarkable second half performance to win the FBD League.

Dublin ease past Antrim into the Walsh Cup semi-finals

It was another easy win for Ger Cunnignham’s side.

Peter Crouch shouldn’t stand next to jockeys! It’s the best sporting tweets of the week

Also, Iain Henderson is back with a magnificent beard.

Waterford have ended a 34-year wait for a McGrath Cup title

The Deise were nine-point winners over UCC at Fraher Field.

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