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Dublin: 11 °C Monday 19 February, 2018

Gaa - Sunday 11 February, 2018

Clare's Jamie Malone sent-off for incident that left Tipperary selector hospitalised

Shane Stapleton was taken to hospital after a second-half incident with the Banner forward.

Galway enjoy third straight win over 13-man Mayo in heated encounter

Cillian O’Connor and Diarmuid O’Connor were sent-off for Mayo, while Paul Conroy was dismissed for the hosts.

Down claim second league victory of campaign with five-point win over 14-man Roscommon

Roscommon’s Ian Kilbride was sent off after just 15 minutes.

Donnelly hits stunning late point to grab win for Tyrone as Kildare suffer third league defeat

A first win in this spring’s league for Mickey Harte’s side.

As it happened: Galway v Mayo, Kildare v Tyrone, Roscommon v Down - Sunday GAA match tracker

We’ll keep you updated from all today’s Allianz Football League games.

A number of today's Allianz Football League fixtures have been postponed

Games have been called off up and down the country due to poor weather conditions on Sunday morning.

'This day last week I broke down to tears in Na Piarsaigh' - from injury to All-Ireland semi-final win

Shane Dowling made his mark on his comeback for Na Piarsaigh.

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Joe Schmidt's Alan Partridge moment and more sporting tweets of the week

Plus, the day when a “two foot two” Wes Hoolahan made quite the impression on Alan Cawley.

'You don't want to have to look at your mother's face when you tell her that you've cancer'

Newly appointed Cork GAA chairperson Tracey Kennedy speaks to The42 about her experience with cervical cancer and her new role in the county board.

Gaa - Saturday 10 February, 2018

The Paddy McBrearty show, sloppy Dublin second-half and Michael Murphy's return

5 talking points after Dublin’s five-point win over Donegal tonight.

Wins for Laois and Carlow as they maintain strong start in push for promotion from Division 4

Carlow saw off Leitrim tonight while Laois defeated Waterford.

Dublin survive strong Donegal fightback to make it three wins from three

Paddy McBrearty impressed with 0-7 for Donegal.

Healy shines as Dublin achieve first ever victory over Cork at Croke Park

Player of the Year Noelle Healy picked up where she left off last September.

As it happened: Dublin v Donegal, Division 1 football league

Dublin are unbeaten to date while Donegal have yet to pick up a point in the league.

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Watch: Shane Dowling scores blistering individual goal on return from injury

The Limerick forward scored an outstanding individual second-half goal at Parnell Park against Slaughtneil.

13-man Na Piarsaigh launch brilliant comeback against Slaughtneil to reach All-Ireland final

The LImerick champions will take on Dublin’s Cuala in the final.

As it happened: Cuala v Liam Mellows, All-Ireland club hurling semi-final

Today’s second semi-final throws in at 4pm in Semple Stadium.

4 changes for Dublin as Basquel and Brogan return to the attack

Paul Mannion and Kevin McManamon make way up front.

As it happened: Na Piarsaigh v Slaughtneil, All-Ireland club hurling semi-final

The clash at Parnell Park threw-in at 2pm.

'If you want people to come and watch, you have to give them something they want to watch'

Dublin star Noelle Healy shares her thoughts and opinions on the ladies’ game ahead of tonight’s historic double-header.

'I reefed my ribs off my breast bone' - how coaching took hold for Mulqueen and Galway club glory

Louis Mulqueen steers Galway’s Liam Mellows into their first All-Ireland club semi-final.

4 months after unprovoked assault in Belfast, Slaughtneil dual star back on the winning trail

Conor McAllister and the Slaughtneil hurlers face a daunting task against Munster champions Na Piarsaigh this afternoon.

'The kids were so starstruck by the two of us, which was mad. It's great'

Ahead of this evening’s showdown with Cork, Dublin defender Leah Caffrey reflects on the year that’s been and looks to the future.

'We were absolutely annihilated in extra-time' - 2012 Parnell loss spurs on Limerick champs

Na Piarsaigh are bidding for a second All-Ireland final appearance in three years today.

'Player welfare would be top of our list of concerns': Fitzmaurice hits back after Clifford and O'Shea injuries

The Kerry boss also refuted Lee Keegan’s claim that Ronan Shanahan made a “very dirty tackle” on Mayo’s Evan Regan.

Gaa - Friday 9 February, 2018

Boyle and Loftus come into Mayo side for Sunday's derby against Galway

Evan Regan is out after sustaining a broken jaw last weekend.

Injured trio Clifford, O'Shea and Crowley miss out as Kerry face Monaghan

Andrew Barry will join his brother Jack in the Kerry team for Sunday’s game.

Two changes as Tyrone go in search of first league win against Kildare

The Lilywhites have made one change for the Newbridge clash.

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Battle of the champions! Dublin and Cork name strong sides for historic double-header

The reigning Division 1 holders will take on the All-Ireland champions in a double-header at Croke Park this weekend.

Former Mayo minor captain ends AFL dream to return to Ireland

Hanley was delisted from the Brisbane Lions AFL squad last October.

After a first league victory last weekend, 6 changes to Cork team to face Louth

Ryan Price, Sean Wilson, Conor Dorman, Cian Kiely, Kevin O’Driscoll and Michael Hurley all come into the side.

Roscommon ring the changes ahead of Down clash

Elsewhere in Division Two, Tipperary have retained the same starting XV.

'I definitely think there's huge scope for the GAA to develop their own channel and their own model'

Former Wexford GAA player Diarmuid Lyng has recently launched a petition to remove the GAA’s pay-per-view model.

Gaa - Thursday 8 February, 2018

DIT progress to Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals for the first time after late rally shocks UCD

Westmeath’s Niall O’Brien led the way for DIT.

Cork's 2010 All-Ireland winning football captain Canty retires from club game

Graham Canty won a county senior football medal with Bantry Blues in 1998.

Forde and Murphy help UL bag 4 goals in 22-point Fitzgibbon Cup win over UCC

UL stormed into a semi-final meeting with IT Carlow.

UCD to find out after weekend if Dublin star O'Callaghan is available for Sigerson Cup

Con O’Callaghan will be in action for Cuala on Saturday in the All-Ireland club hurling semi-final.

GAA TV deals won't be debated until 2019 despite 3 counties seeking change

Roscommon, Leitrim and Clare all sought to table motions opposing subscription-based TV rights deals at Congress.