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Dublin: 12 °C Thursday 16 August, 2018

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

All-Ireland winner Finnerty wary of Limerick's 'better bench' as Galway sit on brink of 'incredible feat'

Limerick are challenging Galway for the All-Ireland crown this weekend.

'Galway were probably faltering in the last three games. I think Limerick will be very conscious of that'

All-Star hurler Ollie Moran believes that Limerick can hurt Galway in the final stages of the All-Ireland final.

8 counties included as GAA to honour hurling stars of the 90s on All-Ireland final day

The players will be recognised on Sunday in Croke Park.

Dr Hyde Park the venue for triple-header of intriguing All-Ireland semi-finals

Saturday 25 August is a big one in the ladies football calendar.

GAA warn that they'll automatically cancel touted tickets for All-Ireland finals

The association released a statement regarding the resale of tickets this morning.

Galway forward set to miss All-Ireland senior final after U21 red card as Tipp player cleared for decider

Both Mark Kehoe and Brian Concannon were sent-off in last week’s game.

'I actually thought I might go, I might pass out near the end of the game. I'd be a poor spectator anyway.'

Injury has left the Limerick midfielder in a different role for their All-Ireland hurling run.

Relief at Rochford staying on and accepting Whatsapp invites 'you haven’t said yes to in eight or nine years'

Mayo forward Jason Doherty is enjoying the long break after a shock exit from the All-Ireland SFC.

'There's been no-one like him for the last number of years in Galway' - Burke lauded for full-back heroics

Former Galway hurler Cyril Donnellan discusses the importance of Daithí Burke to the Galway defence.

Leaving Galway in position to compete regularly for All-Irelands is Donoghue's long-term goal

“It was one of the big rocks for us when we took the job that we wanted to be competing at the highest level as much as we could,” Donoghue said.

Gaa - Tuesday 14 August, 2018

'The most significant subplot unresolved may be whether Tyrone agree to participate in 'Up for the Match''

The Dubs’ invincibility is no great mystery, writes Eoin Butler in this week’s column.

'He's the man to lead us to the next level' - Davy commits to Wexford for 2019

Captain Matthew O’Hanlon has thrown his support behind the Clare All-Ireland winner, who is staying in the south-east.

The Liam Miller Tribute Match at Páirc Uí Chaoimh has completely sold out

All 45,000 tickets for the fundraising soccer match have been snapped up.

Galway selector Larkin says they have disproven 'the goals win games theory'

The Tribesmen scored just two goals on their run to the 2017 All-Ireland title but they’ve already hit the net 10 times this summer.

Dublin youngster signs for Brisbane Lions in latest move by Irish player to AFL

Ballyboden St-Enda’s player James Madden has made the switch.

One more year! Davy Fitzgerald to remain in charge of the Wexford hurlers

A third season at the helm in the Model County awaits the 47-year-old former Clare goalkeeper.

John Kiely: 'I was very resolute in myself in my determination that wouldn’t be the case this year'

After losing both championship in 2017, the Limerick boss has brought them to the All-Ireland final in 2018.

Stephen Rochford commits to fourth season in charge of Mayo

Rochford is understood to have informed members of the Mayo squad last week.

Clashes of recent champions the standout ties in draws for Cork senior club knockout stages

The third round draws were made last night on Leeside.

Gaa - Monday 13 August, 2018

'I left my friends’ Whatsapp group the week before the 2013 final thinking, 'I can’t have any distractions''

Dublin defender Jack McCaffrey has learned that taking a more relaxed approach helps him perform on the big days.

John Meyler: 'If you don’t win the All-Ireland, then it has been a failure. That’s how people perceive it.'

The Cork boss is hopeful his side can build on this year’s progress.

Analysis: Poor refereeing, Beggan's kickouts, Tyrone's savage work-rate and how they can conquer Dublin

The42 columnist Sean Murphy takes a closer look at Tyrone’s All-Ireland semi-final win over Monaghan yesterday.

'It’s hard to explain, hard to describe. This is something you dream of when you’re a young kid.'

For Tyrone youngsters Michael McKernan and Cathal McShane, yesterday in Croke Park was a victory to savour.

If Limerick don't avoid hype, 'they could be in trouble' - Ex-Galway captain Collins

David Collins feels an All-Ireland victory for Galway this year ‘would be way more impressive’ than their 2017 success.

Papal mass and TV slots factors in Sunday evening fixture in Limerick for All-Ireland U21 hurling final

Cork and Tipperary will head to the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday 26 August.

'Kevin has built us and got us to where we are' - Galway call for manager to stay on

Kevin Walsh’s side bowed out of the 2018 championship on Saturday night.

'It’s going to be a fantastic battle' - Dublin ready to face only team to beat them in 2018

Galway enjoyed a 1-17 to 1-15 win over the Sky Blues back in March.

'I put a lot of pressure on myself...I really did feel it coming into this game' - Galway ladies boss

Mayo manager Peter Leahy was optimistic despite the heavy defeat.

Mickey Harte: 'There is a longing in the people of Tyrone to be here on All-Ireland final day'

After a decade, Tyrone have returned to an All-Ireland football decider.

Gaa - Sunday 12 August, 2018

'Just frustrated' - Monaghan boss questions amount of injury-time played

Malachy O’Rourke saw his team lose out by a point today in Croke Park.

Champions Dublin blow Kerry away with 18-point All-Ireland quarter-final victory

Sinead Aherne, McEvoy and Hannah O’Neill all hit the net for the winners in Roscommon.

Sludden goal proves crucial as Tyrone end 10-year wait for All-Ireland final place

Monaghan were denied by a point in a pulsating finish at Croke Park.

Five-goal Galway power into last four as they put Mayo to the sword

Stephen Glennon’s side were in ruthless form as they advanced through to a first All-Ireland semi-final since 2014.

Kerry survive Monaghan comeback to book place in fifth successive minor final

The Kingdom will face Galway in this year’s decider.

As it happened: Tyrone v Monaghan, All-Ireland SFC semi-final

An All-Ireland final place against Dublin was at stake.

Tom Parsons visits Páidí Ó Sé's statue, Thomas Barr soaks in victory and more tweets of the week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

Dublin's second-half storm, Galway's early regrets and the four-in-a-row bid

Dublin surged into another final as Galway bowed out last evening.

Galway and Mayo set for repeat of Connacht final with place in last four on the line

Skipper Tracey Leonard says defeats have driven Galway on.

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