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Dublin: 6 °C Wednesday 23 May, 2018

Gaa - Sunday 13 May, 2018

Keeper scores 0-7 as Wicklow pick up first Leinster win in 5 years and book Dublin showdown

John Evans’s side defeated Offaly by five points after extra-time.

Kilkenny clinch dramatic win as Pat Gilroy's Dubs leave it behind them at Parnell Park

Conal Keaney’s injury proved a watershed moment in a thrilling second half.

Carlow shake off Murphy absence with thrilling 11-point win over 14-man Louth

Turlough O’Brien’s side will take on Kildare in the last eight of the Leinster SFC.

As it happened: Mayo v Galway, Connacht SFC

A Johnny Heaney goal secures victory for Galway to book their place in the Connacht SFC semi-final.

As it happened: Dublin v Kilkenny, Leinster SHC

The Dubs and Kilkenny got their summer up and running at Parnell Park this afternoon.

Reigning All-Ireland champions show glimpses of class on first day out of the summer

Galway rarely left third gear but had more than enough in the tank to account for Offaly.

'You have to play it as you see it': What NFL quarterbacks and hurling keepers have in common

There are no set plays for Kilkenny puck-outs, but Eoin Murphy needs to make sure his passing is accurate.

'We’ll look forward to bringing Kilkenny to Galway' - Donoghue's focus turns to the Cats

The Tribesmen host Kilkenny at Pearse Stadium in two weeks’ time.

Gaa - Saturday 12 May, 2018

Last-gasp Laois get out of jail to win extra-time thriller against Wexford

Visitors dodge first-round exit to set up quarter-final against Westmeath.

'Incredible, full of great courage' - Tributes paid to young St Vincent's camogie player RIP

'Incredible, full of great courage' - Tributes paid to young St Vincent's camogie player

Dubliner Ciara Hawe passed away yesterday.

Galway put five goals past Offaly to open up Leinster SHC round-robin in style

Debutant Brian Concannon bagged 2-1 on his championship debut.

As it happened: Offaly v Galway, Leinster SHC

Join us as the reigning Leinster and All-Ireland champions get another summer underway in Tullamore.

'Watch out for that' - Gooch feels O'Shea could be the one to man-mark Comer

‘If Mayo want to throw something different in, this could be it.’

Three sent-off as Antrim make it two wins from two in Joe McDonagh Cup

There were wins for Offaly, Westmeath, Kildare and Wexford in the Leinster MHC today.

RTÉ's brilliant promo will whet your appetite for the championship summer We Go Again This post contains videos

RTÉ's brilliant promo will whet your appetite for the championship summer

Their coverage kicks off tomorrow afternoon with a double header of hurling and football action.

10 young hurlers to watch out for in this summer's senior championship

These youngsters are in for a bright summer.

'We had an open training session in December and there must have been 1,500 people at it' Carlow Rising This post contains videos

'We had an open training session in December and there must have been 1,500 people at it'

Carlow manager Turlough O’Brien is at the helm of a rising in his home county.

‘It springboarded us into a different realm’ - What it would mean for Dublin to beat Kilkenny

Former Dublin star Peter Kelly on the lessons of 2013 and what Dublin need to bring to challenge The Cats this weekend.

'I’d be in pucking and messing around with Tony. He always had that little bit of mischief about him'

Joe Canning talks about his memories of Tony Keady that will appear in a new book, and his hopes for the 2018 championship.

'We're all caught up in our lives with work and Mayo football, but it just makes you think what happened to him'

The memory of David Gavin lives on in Breaffy GAA club in Mayo.

Gaa - Friday 11 May, 2018

All-Ireland champions Galway name one debutant as they open Leinster defence

Brian Concannon of Killimordaly makes his first championship start for the Tribesmen.

Just one change as Cody names his Kilkenny side for championship opener

Just one change as Cody names his Kilkenny side for championship opener

Paul Murphy and Colin Fennelly are on the bench, while there’s no Richie Hogan in the 26-man squad.

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3 All-Ireland club winners and 3 debutants as Dublin hurlers name side to face Kilkenny

Pat Gilroy has named his starting fifteen.

'It's crazy. Realistically you don't even think about what you're doing'

21-year-old Richie Leahy has become a key figure in the Kilkenny engine room.

'I think he's a massive future ahead of him' - Down native's influence on Carlow's football rising

Steven Poacher has made a major impact in coaching the Carlow footballers.

Gaa - Thursday 10 May, 2018

Playing in county title wins in Kerry, coaching Kingdom football legends and managing the Laois senior side

The next chapter in John Sugrue’s GAA life begins on Saturday.

'It's different, I've been really enjoying it' - From Kerry goalkeeper to Offaly coach

Brendan Kealy is preparing for Leinster championship as the Offaly goalkeeping coach.

Explainer: How will the new Leinster and Munster senior hurling championships work in 2018?

The action begins in Leinster this weekend and in Munster the following weekend.

'I'm hoping to right that wrong this summer' - MDMA delighted to be back on form

Dublin’s Michael Darragh Macauley put a frustrating, injury-hampered 2017 behind him with an impressive league campaign.

4 debutants and big names return as Mayo and Galway name teams for Connacht showdown

Stephen Rochford and Kevin Walsh have unveiled their starting sides.

'When I go to bed I’m not crying myself to sleep' - Mayo moving on after All-Ireland final setbacks

All-Star winning goalkeeper David Clarke is focused on the start of the 2018 season.

Laois make 4 changes for Wexford clash and Munnelly set to start in Leinster opener 15 years after title win

New Laois manager John Sugrue takes his team to the south-east on Saturday evening.

'They've a lot to offer in that environment:' Wexford's McDonald the latest GAA player to open up a gym

Wexford ace forward Conor McDonald explains why he decided to park teaching and work in the fitness industry.

'I will always learn off Pat' - Cunningham on working with Gilroy

Anthony Cunningham has enjoyed being part of Pat Gilroy’s backroom team so far.

Black cards, two referees, mouthguards and melees - the issues facing the GAA's officials this summer

With more games it’s going to be a hectic summer for the GAA’s referees.

Gaa - Wednesday 9 May, 2018

'The best in the country' and 'fickle' - the life of a Cork hurler

Star forward Alan Cadogan says that playing for Cork can be a rewarding but equally challenging experience.

'He needs to be his own person at the end of the day. His name shouldn’t come into it in an ideal world'

Joe Canning explains that his nephew Jack needs to have his own identity as a hurler, and pays tribute to Connacht legend John Muldoon.

'I'm sure we did her proud' - A remarkable rise through the ranks to the Tipp top

Tipperary’s story is an incredible one.

'Listen, it's a great lifestyle' - Armagh football star Clarke plans to stay in New York

The Crossmaglen native was devastated after Sunday’s Connacht championship loss to Leitrim.