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Gaa - Friday 9 February, 2018

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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.

Reigning champs to face 2007 and 2012 winners after this year's Mayo senior football draw

Castlebar Mitchels are bidding for a four-in-a-row of title wins this year.

Gaa - Wednesday 7 February, 2018

DJ Carey's IT Carlow progress to Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals after strong second-half display

A first-half goal from Seán Downey proved to be a crucial score against Limerick IT.

Late points secure a Fitzgibbon semi-final spot for DCU and stop Mary I's three-in-a-row bid

A semi-final place has been booked for next week.

14-man NUIG advance to Sigerson Cup semi-finals after shock victory over UCC

Galway’s Peter Cooke impressed for NUIG in midfield.

'You've to make sure you're 100%' - It's block by block for injured Dublin star McCaffrey

The Clontarf defender hopes to feature in this year’s All-Ireland SFC.

Kerry midfield duo impress as UCD see off 14-man DCU to book Sigerson semi-final place

A last four tie with Jordanstown beckons next Tuesday night.

Two motions set for GAA Congress in response to Davy Fitz-Jason Forde incident

The altercation occurred in Nowlan Park last April.

The key Cork, Dublin, Tipp and Galway players to watch in colleges action

The opening round of the 2018 O’Connor Cup kicks off today.

8 players to watch in this week's Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-finals

Peter Duggan, Eoghan O’Donnell, John McGrath and Darragh Fitzgibbon are some of the stars in action.

Gaa - Tuesday 6 February, 2018

Cavan forward bags two goals as DIT easily account for Clifford-less IT Tralee

Enda Flanagan scored 2-1 for DIT as they advanced to the Sigerson Cup semi-finals.

'Is it going to a stage where it's going to hurt it? I think so, it's nearly getting too professional'

GPA President and former Galway hurling captain David Collins is worried about where the inter-county game is at.

4 goals propel Jordanstown into Sigerson Cup semi-final with win over 13-man UL

UUJ hit their four goals inside the opening 34 minutes.

Mayo star Keegan hits out at 'very dirty' Kerry tackle on team-mate Evan Regan

The Westerners are monitoring a few injury concerns at the moment.

8 players to watch in this week's Sigerson Cup quarter-finals

Sean O’Shea, Damien Comer and Diarmuid O’Connor are among the inter-county stars in action.

'I just shook Pat Gilroy’s hand and wished him well. It was the time to move on'

Dotsy O’Callaghan is enjoying life after Dublin hurling.

Nearing a return, dealing with illness rumours and how to win that elusive All-Ireland

Mayo’s Lee Keegan has been on the sidelines following two hip surgeries.

Gaa - Monday 5 February, 2018

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Watch: Seven of the best scores from this weekend's GAA leagues

Ryan McHugh, Eoghan O’Gara and Austin Gleeson all feature throughout.

'I can't see myself ever coaching a different county outside Mayo'

James Horan stepped down from the position of Mayo manager in 2014.

'Maybe it was fate, maybe last August wasn't meant to be my last day in Croke Park'

Sean Cavanagh says Saturday’s victory with Moy was up there with any of his All-Ireland victories with Tyrone.

'I'd two sons playing, but they're all like my family' - savouring All-Ireland junior success

Knocknagree manager John Fintan Daly Snr watched his side defeat Multyfarnham on Saturday.

Gaa - Sunday 4 February, 2018

How the 2013 Irish Amateur Open champion wound up as fitness coach with the Laois footballers

A meeting with Padraig Harrington’s trainer Dr Liam Hennessy led talented golfer Robbie Cannon into the fitness industry.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Here’s how the last seven days looked through the lens.

14-man Offaly brought back down to earth with heavy defeat to Limerick

Elsewhere in Division 1B, a late Donal Burke free handed Dublin a narrow win over Antrim.

Ian Walsh lands dramatic winning point as Kanturk pip Ballyragget to All-Ireland title

Lorcán Mcloughlin scored seven points for the newly crowned intermediate champions.

Cork's bid for six-in-a-row rolls on as Mick Bohan's Dublin record second win on the road

Here’s what happened in the Lidl Ladies National Football League today.

Prendergast fires Waterford club Ardmore to All-Ireland glory at Croke Park

The veteran forward scored 1-8 to help see off St Mogues of Wexford.

London pick up one of the weekend's eye-catching results with 9-point win over Wicklow

Meath, Sligo, Longford and Fermanagh were among the winners in the bottom three tiers.

Kildare suffer second successive defeat as Monaghan edge tight scrap in Newbridge GAA

Kildare suffer second successive defeat as Monaghan edge tight scrap in Newbridge

Cian O’Neill’s side weren’t helped by the loss of Paul Cribbin and Ben McCormack in the first half.

Kilkenny place one foot in semi-finals with victory over neighbours Waterford

There were also wins for Clare, Dublin, Galway and Wexford today.