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Gaa - Today’s News

Cork footballers hand debut to goalkeeper for top-of-the-table clash

Meanwhile, Tipperary have made one change in personnel for their Division 2 meeting with Meath.

'He had an influence in bringing Jason Sherlock back into the GAA'

Coaching, politics and the rise of the GAA’s new president John Horan.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Six changes to depleted Limerick side set to travel to Antrim

The Shannonsiders are without some key players due to UL and Na Piarsaigh commitments.

Guiding Kerry's next generation - Fitzmaurice, Ó Sé and Griffin set for Munster final coaching test

Tralee CBS and PS Chorca Dhuibhne contest Saturday’s Munster schools final with well-known faces in charge.

Dublin North lift first Leinster senior hurling crown with win over Kilkenny's St Kieran's

Sean Currie hit 1-3 for the winners in Netwatch Cullen Park.

McStay makes 5 changes to Roscommon team for Sunday's league clash with Louth

The Rossies are bound for Drogheda this weekend.

GAA, Camogie Association and LGFA agree to 'establish stronger links'

After six months of negotations, the.three associations have announced draft memorandums of understanding.

'We in the GAA want darkness and cover and, to me, that shows that there is a real problem' CPA

'We in the GAA want darkness and cover and, to me, that shows that there is a real problem'

Former Cork footballer Derek Kavanagh is hoping the CPA motion garners support this weekend.

Limerick hurler could face St Patrick's Day club final and All-Ireland schools semi-final within 48 hours

Jerome Boylan is chasing All-Ireland medals with Na Piarsaigh and Ardscoil Rís.

Jamie Malone's two-game suspension appeal rejected after sideline incident

The Clare forward was red-carded for colliding with Tipperary selector Shane Stapleton during their recent Division 2 clash.

Capital gains - Dublin North end wait for Leinster final and DCU make Fitzgibbon Cup history

Big games ahead in the coming days for hurling outfits from the capital.

Gaa - Wednesday 21 February, 2018

UL complete three-in-a-row of Ashbourne Cup titles as UCC's wait for final glory goes on

A three-point win for the reigning champions tonight in Mallow.

LGFA not launching official investigation into Kerry controversy as internal review set to take place

Kerry minor boss Jonathan Griffin was controversially sacked from his position by email.

Cora Staunton explains how the Aussie Rules opponent who broke her nose only got a one-match ban Tough Break This post contains videos

Cora Staunton explains how the Aussie Rules opponent who broke her nose only got a one-match ban

The AFLW discipline system looks mainly at how injured the player is.

Kilkenny CBS qualify for All-Ireland series as Mayo and Sligo schools reach Connacht decider

A Leinster hurling playoff and Connacht football semi-finals were down for decision today.

An exciting documentary about Dublin camogie's All-Ireland quest will be hitting our screens next week Sneak Peek This post contains videos

An exciting documentary about Dublin camogie's All-Ireland quest will be hitting our screens next week

The documentary ‘True Blues’ will be aired on eir sport 1 next Monday at 9.30pm.

'This motion is an insult to Congress' - Cork county board opposes CPA motion on recording votes

Chairperson Tracey Kennedy and secretary Frank Murphy both spoke against the motion.

Up to 9 Mayo men absent for Dublin showdown as experienced Keane released from panel

Defenders Brendan Harrison and Paddy Durcan have joined a lengthy injury list.

'A realistic chance for counties who don't see the limelight': Dramatic proposal to revamp minor football

Clare club Cooraclare are proposing an overhaul of the U17 grade at this weekend’s GAA Congress.

Ireland U20s scrum-half O'Sullivan comes from a strong Meath GAA family

The 19-year-old played for his county at U14 and U16 levels and could have gone into the minor squad.

'It puts a lot of things in perspective' - recovery of defender from spinal injury a boost for Nemo

Cian McWhinney suffered a spinal injury in last year’s Cork county final replay.

Gaa - Tuesday 20 February, 2018

21 players to focus on Fitzgibbon final over hurling league this weekend

John McGrath, Tony Kelly and Donal Burke are among the high-profile players who won’t be involved with their counties.

'They didn't think it was cruciate but they weren't too sure what it was'

Nemo Rangers Paul Kerrigan is gearing up for Saturday’s battle with Slaughtneil.

'Keep them coming': Con O'Callaghan hungry for more trophies as he starts 2018 with a bang

The Young Footballer of the Year added a Sigerson Cup title to his growing list of honours in the game.

Gaa - Monday 19 February, 2018

New faces - Tipp hand out auditions with football defender shining and goalkeeper spot up for grabs

Manager Michael Ryan is searching for squad options this spring.

Controversial sacking of manager by email leads to Kerry county board resignations

After appealing his dismissal, Jonathan Griffin took charge of the minor ladies yesterday.

'We were very sore after it' - All-Ireland semi-final record redressed as Corofin push on to Croke Park

Corofin’s win over Moorefield came a year after their loss to Dr Crokes.

Captain Coen - Mayo footballer added to his novel All-Ireland collection as leader at the weekend

Stephen Coen lifted another trophy, this time after the Sigerson Cup decider in Santry.

'Obscene', 'Not fair', 'Not right' - NUIG, UCD and Corofin managers on fixture clash

Kieran Molloy and Liam Silke had to choose between club and college on Saturday.

4 players including key forward duo to miss out for Tipperary against Kilkenny

Fitzgibbon Cup commitments will affect Tipperary’s squad next Sunday.

Gaa - Sunday 18 February, 2018

Donegal put nine goals past Westmeath as Monaghan pick up their first points of the league campaign

Meanwhile in Division 2, there were wins for Armagh and Tipperary.

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

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

Here’s how the sporting week looked through the lens.

Big loss for Roscommon as key defender steps away from senior football panel

Seán Mullooly will spend 2018 completing college exams and travelling in the United States.

Limerick stun league holders Kilkenny as Cork dispatch Tipperary

Meanwhile, Waterford are enjoying their best season in the top tier.

'Until you've experienced epilepsy yourself, you don't understand what it's like to have no control'

Richael Timothy was forced to retire from Gaelic football at 21 with epilepsy, but has found a new lease of life in para-cycling.

14-man Monaghan survive strong Kerry fightback to claim back-to-back wins

The Farney men lost Barry Kerry to a sending off in the second half.

Cavan and Fermanagh continue unbeaten streaks while Derry earn first win of the year

Sunday saw Meath suffer their first defeat of the year in Division 2, Offaly succumb to Derry at Celtic Park and Roscommon claim the FBD League title.

Off The Mark! TJ Reid hits 1-11 as Kilkenny score first league victory of 2018

Brian Cody’s side came away from Walsh Park with eight points to spare in the end.

Clare keep unbeaten record intact after seeing off Rebels

In a repeat of last year’s Munster final, the Banner County earned a four-point win in Ennis.

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