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Gaa - Yesterday’s News

The 6 key factors that will decide Clare and Limerick’s Munster hurling clash

The two counties will battle it out at Semple Stadium.

5 key questions that will be answered in this summer’s hurling championship

It’s championship time and we’re excited!

‘When you’re with him, he’ll back you’: Davy Fitzgerald’s Limerick connection

Fitzy’s role with Limerick IT means he knows a lot of the Treaty stars.

The All-Ireland club football champions have got their 2015 campaign off to a winning start

Corofin beat Salthill-Knocknacarra by three points at Kenny Park.

Last year’s beaten finalists have lost in the opening round of the Cork hurling championship

Ballymartle came from seven points down to stun Glen Rovers at Páirc Uí Rinn.

The two most successful clubs in Mayo football kicked off the 2015 championship with wins

Castlebar and Ballina were both in action on Saturday evening.

First blood for Clare as Banner set up Munster semi-final clash with Cork

Before tomorrow’s Munster hurling showdown, it was the turn of Clare and Limerick’s footballers tonight.

Austin Stacks took the first step in defending their Kerry football crown today

The Kerry senior football championship is up and running.

The 10 sporting man-crushes we can now marry

We’re just waiting for Andrea Pirlo to lift the restraining order.

‘Tipp need to win a Munster title’ – Former Premier County boss lays down the gauntlet

2010 All-Ireland mastermind Liam Sheedy is expecting provincial glory for his native county

Our tips for the top in this year’s All-Ireland Hurling Championship

Here’s what The42′s writers saw when they gazed into our crystal ball.

6 Clare stalwarts who have left their mark on Limerick hurling

These Clare heroes have had a part to play in Limerick hurling glory.

The thin blue line – Clare and Limerick Gardaí prepare for Munster battle

Enda Coughlan and Seanie Buckley are work colleagues at Roxboro Road Garda station.

Brendan Cummins: ‘It’s time for Clare to deliver again, 2014 was a write-off’

Our new hurling columnist looks ahead to tomorrow’s Thurles showdown.

Gaa - Friday 22 May, 2015

We’ll Leave It There So: Rory clears his weekend, ‘sledging’ row drags on, and all of today’s sport

Plus Stephanie Roche on her next move, drama at the Giro, and much more…

Tyrone insist there was no ‘sledging’ about death of young Donegal player’s father

The Tyrone County Board released a strong statement on Friday evening.

Know your sport? Prove it by taking our big weekly quiz

Step right this way to show your knowledge…

3 Monaghan changes for Ulster battle as Clarke misses out for Cavan

Malachy O’Rourke has shaken up his team since the league semi-final against Dublin.

‘Are we going to allow this scum element?’ – Former Donegal star has his say on sledging

Brendan Devenney discussed Gaelic Football’s hot topic on Newstalk last night

‘Never give up, never let up’ – Jamie Wall’s inspiring story is on screen now

A group of media students from Limerick made a documentary on the recovery process of paralysed Cork star Jamie Wall.

Who do you think will win the Liam MacCarthy Cup this year? On The Line This post contains a poll

Who do you think will win the Liam MacCarthy Cup this year?

The 2015 All-Ireland SHC is up for grabs, who can take it home?

Gaa - Thursday 21 May, 2015

2 newcomers join Podge Collins in Clare full-forward line to face Limerick

Saturday’s Munster quarter-final tie takes place in Ennis.

The ex-Dublin player now making his football mark with Clare

Pat Burke has impressed for the Banner so far this year.

We’ll Leave It There So: Matt’s finished, the price of Sterling, and all of today’s sport

Plus Cian Healy’s neck, Gazza’s phone and much, much more…

‘You’ve done it thousands of times’: One of hurling’s top free-takers explains the secret to his success

Cork will need Patrick Horgan to be at his consistent best if they’re to challenge for Liam this summer.

Henry Shefflin and James Horan are both making different GAA debuts this weekend

Shefflin and Horan are both on media duty for this weekend’s championship action.

‘If someone could throw him out of America we’d take him’- Colin Ryan on Colm Galvin’s exit

Clare sharpshooter Colin Ryan insists that Colm Galvin would be welcomed back.

Poll: Who do you think will be the 2015 Munster senior hurling champions? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will be the 2015 Munster senior hurling champions?

It starts next Sunday but who’s going to win it?

‘A lot of crows had to be plucked out there today’ – Ciaran Carey after THAT Limerick point

Ger Loughnane recalled the Clare-Limerick 90s rivalry in a great interview on Off The Ball last night.

2007 All-Ireland final goalkeeper and 4 current U21s named in Limerick intermediate team

Limerick face Clare in Sunday’s curtain-raiser at Semple Stadium at 2pm.

Cork and Belfast will host next year’s Fitzgibbon and Sigerson Cup final weekends

CIT and Jordanstown are the hosts for the 2016 third-level deciders.

‘It’s something I was always drawn to’: Why Shefflin chose The Sunday Game over Sky

Shefflin will be in Semple Stadium when Limerick take on Clare this weekend.

Is ‘sledging’ just a Gaelic football problem – and why is hurling immune to the nasty trash talk?

“I’ve never seen it on a hurling field in all my years,” said Henry Shefflin.

Gaa - Wednesday 20 May, 2015

5 reasons why Roscommon football is on the up

Roscommon’s recent progress has left them as many people’s dark horses for the All-Ireland this year.

4 Munster championship debutants in Limerick side to face Clare

The sides clash in Cusack Park in Ennis on Saturday evening.

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