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Dublin: 3 °C Thursday 23 November, 2017

Gaa - Monday 30 October, 2017

4 games in 8 days: Cork champions lift title on Saturday and play Munster semi on Sunday

An insane effort by all involved with Inniscarra.

Páidí Ó Sé's son named man of the match as An Ghaeltacht seal return to Kerry senior ranks

The Marc Ó Sé managed club lifted the Kerry intermediate title yesterday.

'That's the game that knocked the stuffing out of the team'

It’s been four years, but Ballymun Kickhams are back in the county final and ready to slay the beast.

'There's a huge opportunity here in Dublin to kick on to another level' - Ollie Baker

Baker believes hurling must be given ‘equal footing’ in the county.

Gaa - Sunday 29 October, 2017

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

It’s been another entertaining and eventful seven days of sport.

Gunners shade epic Munster Club quarter-final

The teams were level seven times across the 80 minutes.

More outrageous scoring from Cora as thrilling Connacht final ends in a draw

Elsewhere over the weekend, there were provincial title wins for Foxrock-Cabinteely in Leinster and Mourneabbey in Munster.

Two goals from John Heslin helps St Loman's secure third straight Westmeath title

Eslewhere, Kilmurry-Ibrickane lifted the Clare football crown and Starlights did the same in Wexford.

Dicksboro clinch Kilkenny SHC title in 8-goal thriller

The Boro got the better of their city rivals James Stephens in a high-scoring final.

O'Rourke's Simonstown Gaels retain Meath title as AFL rookie Nash plays key role

Padraig McKeever scored 1-4 for the back to back champions.

0-13 haul from McBrearty and McHugh hands Kilcar shock Ulster win over Scotstown

Scotstown, the three-in-a-row Monaghan champions, were dumped out by the Donegal outfit.

Rhode lose their cool late on as 36-year-old 'Bruno' McCormack leads Portlaoise to victory

Portlaoise will face Moorefield in a mouth-watering Leinster club SFC quarter-final.

Dr Crokes survive slow start to beat Clonmel despite the absence of Colm Cooper

Cooper missed out through injury.

Great Halloween costumes and no minors allowed in Ballyragget - it's Tweets of the Week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

'I didn't realise I was grieving and I didn't realise that it would help. It was huge'

Philly McMahon speaks to The42 about his new book ‘The Choice’ and how special lifting the Dublin senior title would be with his dad watching on.

'There's no better free-taker in Dublin than David Treacy. It was the right decision to bring him back on'

'There's no better free-taker in Dublin than David Treacy. It was the right decision to bring him back on'

Mattie Kenny was speaking about the decision to bring Treacy back onto the field just four minutes after he was withdrawn.

Gaa - Saturday 28 October, 2017

Chrissy McKaigue black-carded but Slaughtneil advance past Omagh in Ulster

Derrygonnelly defeated Armagh Harps in the night’s other game.

'Springfield and Shelbyville' rivalry, Treacy's dramatic return and Kenny moves on from Dubs disappointment

We run through five talking points after Cuala’s three-point win over Kilmacud Crokes in today’s Dublin hurling final.

Three-peat! All-Ireland champions Cuala land 3rd Dublin hurling title on the trot

Ollie Baker’s Kilmacud Crokes fell just short in Parnell Park.

Gaa - Friday 27 October, 2017

The new retro-style Kerry jersey designed by Paul Galvin is here

Galvin says “it was an honour” to work on the strip.

Know Your Sport? Take our weekly quiz

How closely have you been paying attention to this week’s sporting headines?

4-time All-Ireland winner announces retirement from Kilkenny duty

Kieran Joyce represented the Cats for seven years at senior level.

Former Mayo minor captain Cian Hanley has been let go by the Brisbane Lions

Could he make a return to the Mayo jersey in 2018?

And they call it the Toy Department - a difficult week for sport to digest

It’s been a week to forget for the sports department, writes Tommy Martin.

Gaa - Thursday 26 October, 2017

Donegal's Ryan McHugh responds to heavy criticism of low-scoring county final

Kilcar won their first senior title since 1993 recently.

'Essendon got on to me back in 2013': Conor McManus on interest from AFL clubs

The Aussie Rules club were impressed after McManus made his International Rules debut but nothing came of it.

Kernan finalises International Rules squad with additions of Cork defender and Armagh forward

Sean Powter and Niall Grimley make up the 23-man Ireland squad to face Australia.

From Kilkenny county board launches investigation after lewd images of cup win celebrations leak online Ballyragget

Kilkenny county board launches investigation after lewd images of cup win celebrations leak online

A video has since been uploaded to a pornography website.

Gaa - Wednesday 25 October, 2017

Irish captaincy a fitting honour for Aidan O'Shea after a whirlwind year under the spotlight

O’Shea will captain the Irish International Rules side in Australia next month.

Stephen Rochford to stay on as Mayo manager as he's given two-year extension

The deal will keep him with the Westerners until 2020.

'When I finished playing initially I saw my career as a failure, it was tough'

But upon reflection, Jason Sherlock has realised he developed traits and skills that fuel and motivate him now as a coach.

2013 All-Ireland final goalscorer announces retirement from Clare hurling duty at just 27

Darach Honan becomes the fourth member of the All-Ireland winning side to retire.

'If they need a breather, then so be it': Ireland boss Kernan on absence of Dubs

Joe Kernan believes his squad is still strong enough to defeat Australia.

Joe Kernan names Ireland squad for next month's International Rules series against Australia

21 players have been selected, although two more will be added from a stand-by list of seven.

The 22 contenders for eir Sport Sports Book of the Year - including The42's debut

It is the third year of the prize, which was won by ‘What Do You Think of That’ by Kerry footballer Kieran Donaghy in 2016.

Gaa - Tuesday 24 October, 2017

'One of the hardest days of my life': Shay Given bids farewell to Donegal coach Pat Shovelin

The former Donegal GAA goalkeeping coach was laid to rest on Tuesday.

'Down the line I definitely see myself coming back at some stage' - Mark O'Connor

The double minor All-Ireland winner has been a quick convert to life in Australia with the Geelong Cats.

From Tom Humphries was afforded a trust that makes his crimes even more odious Defilement

Tom Humphries was afforded a trust that makes his crimes even more odious

Tom Humphries joins a string of other abusers who have eroded the simple innocence of growing up on a glorious field, writes club camogie player and news editor Sinéad O’Carroll.

Donal Óg Cusack confirms his departure from Clare coaching role and Sport Ireland

Cusack was criticised in recent weeks after it emerged he wrote a character reference for Tom Humphries.

Fourth time lucky this year, but Dublin star hoping to end another wait in 2018

It’s early days yet, but it would be a case of fifth time lucky for Leah Caffrey if DCU were to get their hands on the O’Connor Cup next year.