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Dublin: 11 °C Thursday 18 October, 2018

Gaa - Sunday 30 September, 2018

Clonoulty/Rossmore and Nenagh Éire Óg ease to victory in Dolla to book Tipp semi-final spots

Nenagh will face Thurles Sarsfields in the semis while Clonoulty/Rossmore have been drawn against Toomevara.

Three in-a-row chasing St Vincent's power into semis with 12-point win over Castleknock

Diarmuid Connolly returned while Mossy Quinn finished with 1-6.

Conor Lehane leads the way as Midleton defeat Blackrock at Páirc Uí Chaoimh to book final spot

Midleton will now face Imokilly in two weeks’time in the Cork Senior Hurling Championship final.

Roche double helps East Kerry past South as champions Dr Crokes win battle of Killarney

A busy day of action in the Kerry SFC with the semi-final draw made.

Diarmuid Connolly completes return as Dublin star comes off the bench for St Vincent's Back In Business This post contains videos

Diarmuid Connolly completes return as Dublin star comes off the bench for St Vincent's

The 31-year-old replaced Eamonn Fennell in the second half as St Vincent’s defeated Castleknock.

Harnedy, Hegarty and O'Sullivan goals steer Imokilly past UCC at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Only one point separated the sides at half-time, but Imokilly killed the game with a powerful second-half showing.

Late goals see Paul Mannion's Kilmacud Crokes comfortably past St Sylvester's

The Dublin SFC quarter final finished 2-17 to 0-15 at Parnell Park.

'If you were involved in a car crash I’m not sure why you would want to see it again'

Sean Cavanagh has spoken out about the recent incident which left him hospitalised and Moy’s decision to appeal Tyrone CCC’s findings.

Petr Cech's headgear gaffe and more tweets of the week

Plus, Roy Keane’s kickabout in the park.

Gaa - Saturday 29 September, 2018

Geelong's O'Connor makes surprise return as Geaney double steers Dingle into semi-final

Tommy Walsh and David Moran bagged goals as Kerins O’Rahillys also advanced.

Meath champions Simonstown dethroned by Dunboyne in 14-point defeat

In the Roscommon SFC, champions St Brigid’s sealed a return to the final.

Parsons received 'fantastic, motivating, inspiring letter' from Springbok legend de Villiers

Connacht Rugby player Eoghan Masterson also reached out to Tom Parsons after his horror knee injury.

Kerry's Walsh and Galway's O'Shea named Electric Ireland Minor Footballer and Hurler of the Year for 2018

Kerry’s Paul Walsh and Galway’s Donal O’Shea have been named Electric Ireland Footballer and Hurler of the Year.

MDMA sent off but Basquel brothers score 3-6 as Ballyboden power past Na Fianna

The 2016 All-Ireland club champions eased into the Dublin football semi-finals with a seven-point victory.

Maher goal deep in injury time keeps Thurles Sarsfields' dream of fifth Tipperary title alive

There was late drama in Nenagh as Maher’s goal with the last puck of the game saw Sarsfields through.

McManamon's St Judes stun star-studded Ballymun in Dublin football quarter-final

A Ballymun side featuring James McCarthy, Philly McMahon, Dean Rock, John Small and Evan Comerford are out.

Two Mayo hurling clubs claim they were shunned in allocation of McManus funds

Ballyvary and Caiseal Gaels have both released statements airing their disappointment.

West Coast Eagles snatch AFL Grand Final glory after epic battle with Collingwood Comeback Kings This post contains videos

West Coast Eagles snatch AFL Grand Final glory after epic battle with Collingwood

Dom Sheed held his nerve to find a late, late winner at the MCG.

Gaa - Friday 28 September, 2018

Stephen Cluxton's Parnells concede relegation from top tier of Dublin SFC

Sunday’s Dublin SFC 1 relegation play-offs have been called off but there’s plenty more action on the cards.

'We don't accept that changes can be made without the voice of the players' - GPA chief Flynn

Paul Flynn talks fixture changes, player expenses, rising demands and staying amateur as his reign as CEO of the GPA begins.

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Solan drops out of race to be next Mayo manager, paving the way for Horan's return

The Mayo county board confirmed they will now meet James Horan “to discuss his management team and plans for 2019″.

Mayo have released their new jersey for 2019

They’ll be hoping to put a disappointing year behind them when they wear their latest kit.

Carnacon's 8 departed Mayo players have bans reduced on appeal

The club accepted their €500 fine last night.

Gaa - Thursday 27 September, 2018

'There was one or two times last year, when the weather was really bad and I met four crashes on one day there'

Travel commitments were a consideration before Davy Fitzgerald went again with Wexford for the 2019 season.

'They're certainly going to be in our thoughts' - Munster winning duo could return as Cork plan for 2019

Stephen McDonnell and Aidan Walsh will be considered when Cork put their squad together for next season.

Gillane: 'If you're playing within your shell, you're not going to get the best out of yourself'

After being dropped from the Limerick panel in 2017, Aaron Gillane has enjoyed a remarkable rise to the top of the game.

Irish takeover! Donegal attacking ace Bonner joins Staunton at GWS Giants

‘It’s like a dream,’ Yvonne Bonner said as she signed the AFLW professional contract.

Clare dual star signs pro deal with AFLW side Adelaide Crows

‘As soon as I realised, I couldn’t believe it,’ Ailish Considine said.

Gaa - Wednesday 26 September, 2018

'I’m always embarrassed going back to Clontarf about how rarely I’m there'

Dublin wing-back Jack McCaffrey admits he’d like to give more time “to a club that has given me so much.”

Shopping for an All-Stars tuxedo, 'down to earth' JP McManus and Limerick's huge potential

Limerick forward Kyle Hayes says life hasn’t changed too much in the wake of their All-Ireland victory.

Maurice Fitz in race to become new Kerry senior boss and Buckley could work with him as coach

The Kerry legend could be the next man in charge.

'It's just a miracle it didn't happen any other evening' - Monaghan club to fundraise after sinkhole damage

The collapsing of pillars in an old gypsum mine is believed to have the closing of Magheracloone’s club grounds.

Donegal star ruled out of action for rest of 2018 after suffering concussion in club challenge game

Ryan McHugh will miss the rest of Kilcar’s chaampionship campaign.

'Disappointment and dismay' - Moy appeal Tyrone CCC findings on Cavanagh incident

The club have released a statement.

Gaa - Tuesday 25 September, 2018

Loughmore triumph to complete next weekend's Tipperary senior hurling quarter-final line up GAA

Loughmore triumph to complete next weekend's Tipperary senior hurling quarter-final line up

Quick-fire goals from John McGrath saw Loughmore dig deep to book their place in this weekend’s final eight.

9 county hurling managers who came back for a second coming

Liam Sheedy is back in charge of Tipperary and he’s not the first boss to make a comeback.