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Gaa - Today’s News

Cork's Alan Cadogan ruled out for rest of the season - reports

The Rebels face old enemy Tipperary on Sunday.

5 changes to Roscommon team for Connacht opener against Leitrim from league final success

Kevin McStay has named 12 of last year’s Connacht final winning side for the game with Leitrim.

'We need to move on and let this group come through' - Cork's shift away from All-Ireland triumph

Only two players from 2010 final win are named to start on Saturday against Tipperary.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

54-point thriller in Ardee, while Meath, Offaly, Laois and Kildare triumph

It was a busy night of GAA action with Round 2 of the Electric Ireland Leinster Minor Football Championship taking place.

'The only time the Wicklow players would have met or seen the Dublin players is on TV'

John Evans is gearing up his team to face the All-Ireland champions.

Tyrone, Mayo and Cavan amongst 16 teams set for All-Ireland qualifier draw next Monday

The first draw in the 2018 football championship takes place next Monday.

Owen Mulligan: 'What was criminal from Harte was that he started three injured players'

The Tyrone legend has heavily criticised the manager’s team selection on Sunday.

'It's just like go out and have a huge fight, and run until you can't anymore'

In her weekly column, Irish international and Cork football star Saoirse Noonan delves into the differences in GAA and soccer training.

Gaa - Tuesday 22 May, 2018

Cork name two championship debutants to start Munster clash with Tipp

The Rebels go to Thurles on Saturday evening.

'My role is certainly not in terms of the scouting side of it. I suppose that is a bit of a dirty term in the GAA.'

Former Down and Collingwood player Marty Clarke on how he is helping GAA players that have been targeted by Aussie Rules clubs.

A GAA playing comeback 'not on the radar', following Down and Champions League final clashes

Marty Clarke is at peace with his enforced retirement last year.

Kerry Ladies confirmed for championship double-bill with men's Munster semi

The Kingdom’s ladies will open proceedings at Fitzgerald Stadium on 3 June.

Mayo duo rewarded with individual accolades for April after run to league final

Key forward Sinéad Cafferky and manager Peter Leahy have both been honoured.

'I'm convinced this Mayo side still has one big, narrow, All-Ireland losing performance left in us'

Eoin Butler kicks off his new weekly column with a tale of two sports.

What's next for one of the all-time greats? Cork boss hopes Buckley pursues coaching after retirement

Cork ladies manager Ephie Fitzgerald pays tribute to 18-time All-Ireland winner Rena Buckley following her inter-county retirement.

Michael Ryan ends ban and confirms he'll speak to the media going forward

The Tipperary boss has explained the pre-planned media blackout and shared his regret.

Gaa - Monday 21 May, 2018

'I think he’ll regret not talking to them' - Eoin Kelly on Michael Ryan's refusal to speak to media

The Tipperary manager did not engage with the media after his side’s opening Munster SHC defeat to Limerick.

Limerick county board responds to football manager's admin 'error' claims

Billy Lee gave a telling interview shortly after his side’s Munster SFC defeat to Clare on Saturday.

Analysis: Attacking Ulster football, brilliant Beggan and Tyrone's discipline

A breakdown of yesterday’s hugely entertaining affair in Omagh.

'Legend,' 'iconic,' 'dual star' - tributes pour in for 18-time All-Ireland winner Rena Buckley

Diarmuid O’Sullivan and Noelle Healy are among those marking the end of an incredible inter-county career.

Munster Council confirm Tipperary-Cork semi-final will clash with Champions League final

“We’ve heard nothing from either county so the game goes ahead as fixed,” said Munster Council chairman Jerry O’Sullivan.

18-time All-Ireland champion Rena Buckley retires from inter-county scene

It’s the end of an era as the most successful player in the history of Gaelic Games calls time on a glittering inter-county career.

Cork forward Robbie O'Flynn to make full recovery following suspected concussion

O’Flynn was stretchered off in a neck brace during yesterday’s win over Clare.

Mayo's Parsons undergoes first surgery on 'one of the rarest injuries in sport'

‘He has a long road ahead but he has reiterated his desire to get back in the green and red of Mayo.’

Gaa - Sunday 20 May, 2018

Westmeath remain on course for McDonagh Cup final after third straight win

Michael Ryan’s charges had three points to spare against the Kerry in Tralee.

Michael Ryan refusing to speak with media until after Munster round robin campaign

Tipperary went down to Limerick in today’s championship opener.

Harte sent-off as Monaghan end Tyrone's three-in-a-row dreams in Ulster

Conor McManus hit six points for Malachy O’Rourke’s team.

Horgan, Lehane and Harnedy lead Cork past Clare in thrilling encounter

The reigning Munster champions began the new campaign in winning fashion.

Blanchfield nets another crucial goal as Kilkenny pick up second win in Leinster

Offaly were on the losing side in Nowlan Park.

Rory O'Connor inspires escape to victory as Wexford prevail against resilient Dubs fightback

Davy Fitzgerald’s side shook off a determined late Dublin push to secure a two point win on Sunday.

Limerick begin Munster campaign in flying form with six-point victory over Tipperary

Aaron Gillane fired over eight points for John Kiely’s side.

Strong finish powers Cork minors from behind to Munster opener win over Clare

It finished 0-26 to 3-13 at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

As it happened: Cork v Clare, Munster SHC

Who’ll get their summer up and running in Pairc Ui Chaoimh?

As It Happened: Limerick v Tipperary, Munster SHC Minute-by-Minute This post contains a poll

As It Happened: Limerick v Tipperary, Munster SHC

Limerick ran out six-point winners at the Gaelic Grounds.

Ardscoil Rís star hits 0-10 to guide Limerick minors past Tipperary in Munster opener

Cathal O’Neill gave a man of the match display at the Gaelic Grounds.

'It’s an absolute disgrace' - Tipp manager Kearns left frustrated by one week turnaround

Tipperary manager Liam Kearns outlined his frustration having to play two championship games in a week.

'It's shocking' - Limerick boss almost forfeited Clare game following admin error Treaty Trouble This post contains videos

'It's shocking' - Limerick boss almost forfeited Clare game following admin error

Billy Lee slammed the county board after he was forced to plan without a player.

'They've never experienced this before': The mental toll of hurling's new round-robin format

Ex-Deise midfielder Shane O’Sullivan explains why it’s important players allow their minds reset after each game.

Gaa - Saturday 19 May, 2018

Tipperary coast past Waterford to set-up Munster semi-final showdown with Cork

It took Waterford 27 minutes to register a score at Semple Stadium.

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