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Dublin: 1 °C Thursday 18 October, 2018

Gaa - Saturday 13 October, 2018

Maughan: 'Realistically can Mayo win an All-Ireland in 2019? I don’t think so'

John Maughan believes new Mayo manager James Horan will look to build for the future.

Ballintubber book Mayo final against Breaffy after extra-time win over champions Castlebar Mitchels Advanced This post contains videos

Carrickshock relegated in Kilkenny, while Kilmurry-Ibrickane dethroned in Clare

Meanwhile Inniscarra completed the Cork camogie three-in-a-row.

First-half goals key as Kilmacud see off Ballyboden to reach first Dublin final since 2012

They’ll face the winners of tomorrow’s semi-final between St Vincent’s and St Judes.

Death of talented young footballer the 'predominant thought' for new Kerry manager Keane

Cahersiveen native Peter Keane has been appointed the Kerry manager on a three-year term.

Gaa - Friday 12 October, 2018

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'The players are crying out but they don't listen': Dublin camogie star's passionate argument for change

Eve O’Brien had a lot to get off her chest – and she feels that most camogie players will agree.

James Horan isn't expecting any retirements as he gears up for second crack at Mayo job

The returning boss will hold trials over the upcoming bank holiday weekend.

'I see my name linked. I have a county final to concentrate on' - Daly on Dublin hurling job

Anthony Daly says he is fully focused on Kilmacud Crokes’ upcoming county final against Ballyboden St Enda’s.

'A fear of sitting in front of the TV every evening - it frightened me!': Maughan on his inter-county return

John Maughan has confirmed his backroom team as Offaly gear up for the 2019 campaign.

Gaa - Thursday 11 October, 2018

Offaly begin life in Joe McDonagh Cup with home tie against neighbours Laois

The Joe McDonagh Cup is heading for its second season.

Here's the draw for the 2019 All-Ireland senior football championship

Tyrone face a long road to make the Ulster final, while the big guns in Connacht and Munster were kept apart.

Fenton welcomes 'positive' experimental rules to 'try to improve the game as a spectacle'

The four-time All-Ireland winning midfielder is interested to see them in action.

'It was a shock and we were very disappointed, but we understand where Pat is coming from'

Dublin hurling captain Chris Crummey was as surprised as anyone after Gilroy’s sudden departure.

'It was tough. It took a long time. It's only now I can move on'

Lifting the All-Ireland title helped Limerick captain Declan Hannon finally lay the ghosts of 2013 to rest.

Dublin GAA unveil new jersey for the 2019 season

The O’Neills-designed kit retails at €70.

Gaa - Wednesday 10 October, 2018

Waterford keeper O'Regan follows Coughlan into retirement

Ian O’Regan is departing the inter-county scene.

'Saracens was brilliant. I went over to see how they engage as world class athletes'

Dublin defender Jonny Cooper paid a visit to English Premiership rugby side Saracens recently.

'The game is fine the way it is. We just have a team that's really, really good at the moment'

Mayo’s Aidan O’Shea has his say on the proposed rule changes to Gaelic football.

Set for 2019 - the draw for next year's GAA provincial championships take place tomorrow night

The draws will be televised live on RTÉ 2.

Leinster hurling counties to gain break in new schedule for 2019 senior championship

The Leinster Council have released their planned run of games.

Gaa - Tuesday 9 October, 2018

'I don't think James would come back if he didn't think there was potential for us to win an All-Ireland'

Aidan O’Shea is delighted with James Horan’s return to the Mayo helm.

Kerry find their next group of leaders, now the challenge starts as they seek to get back to the top

Peter Keane’s reign in charge began last night.

'One-punch fatality' a prospect with the current run of GAA club match violence

Former Tyrone All-Ireland winner Enda McGinley on the concerning trend.

Galway boss Glennon steps down after two years in charge and two Connacht titles

‘I am unable to give the role – and these magnificent bunch of players – the 100% commitment and dedication they deserve in 2019.’

'We've a first-class team that will bring the Sam Maguire back to Kerry I think in the not too distant future'

Tim Murphy is delighted with the appointment of Peter Keane.

Gaa - Monday 8 October, 2018

Brian Cody has been confirmed as Kilkenny senior hurling manager for 21st season

The 64-year-old will take charge again as Kilkenny aim to secure the Liam MacCarthy Cup for the first time since 2015.

New man in charge! Kerry confirm appointment of Keane as senior football boss

The Cahersiveen native was ratified at a Kerry county board meeting tonight.

6 talking points after champions fall and titles are handed out in the weekend's club hurling action

Cuala, Kilcormac-Killoughey and Thurles Sarsfields were some of the big names to bow out yesterday.

'It was my own choice. Nobody ever told me not to drink, I just never got into it'

Limerick midfielder Cian Lynch discusses being a teetotaler, his strong faith and his memories from their All-Ireland success.

Cork and Kilkenny stars make up shortlist for 2018 Player of the Year award

All-Ireland winning duo Chloe Sigerson and Orla Cotter, and Kilkenny’s Anne Dalton are up for the senior accolade.

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Watch: Dramatic late goal from free beats 13 men on the line to settle Antrim semi-final

Tomás McCann’s goal from a 13-metre free helped Cargin to a one-point win over St Gall’s.

Gaa - Sunday 7 October, 2018

Deise star Pauric Mahony fires over 0-13 to mastermind five-in-a-row for Gunners

The Gunners talisman was a major doubt coming into the match with a back injury.

Coolderry win 31st Offaly title, while Scotstown do four-in-a-row in Monaghan

We run through the big results from club games all over the country.

All-Ireland club champions Cuala dumped out in Dublin semi-final by Dalo's Kilmacud

Kilmacud Crokes and their manager Anthony Daly will face Ballyboden St Enda’s in the final.

Patrickswell and Kilmallock advance to Limerick hurling semi-finals

Kilmallock will face Limerick and Munster club champions Na Piarsaigh in the last four.

Tipp hurling champs five-in-a-row dream is over as Nenagh Éire Óg dethrone Thurles Sarsfields

The title holders bowed out in today’s second semi-final in Semple Stadium.

Cratloe narrowly see off Kilmaley to seal Clare hurling final showdown with Ballyea

Rian Considine top-scored for the winners with 1-4 from play.