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Dublin: 8 °C Monday 19 February, 2018

Gaa - Saturday 3 February, 2018

Two first-half Conor Whelan goals help All-Ireland champions Galway past brave Laois

Laois captain Ross King’s 0-12 wasn’t enough in O’Moore Park.

Kerry finish with 13 men but hold strong against Mayo to claim victory in Castlebar

Gavin Crowley hit Kerry’s only goal of the game.

Strong second-half display sees Tipperary defeat Waterford by 9 points

Waterford fell to a second loss after scoring just 1-1 after the break.

Cavan remain unbeaten in Division 2 after strolling to 13-point win over Louth

Mattie McGleenan’s men clocked up a tally of 3-17 as Cian Mackey inspired from the bench on home turf.

14-man Dublin come from behind to see off Tyrone and maintain strong league start

Ciaran Kilkenny and Eoghan O’Gara hit the net for the winners.

As it happened: Dublin v Tyrone, Tipperary v Waterford, Mayo v Kerry - Saturday GAA

Big matches tonight in Omagh, Thurles and Castlebar.

Hefty wins for Tipp and Meath as Cavan and Armagh share the spoils after thriller

Elsewhere across the Lidl Ladies National Leagues, there were wins for Waterford, Kildare and Limerick.

0-5 for Sean Cavanagh on Croke Park return as Moy lift All-Ireland intermediate title

Moy became the first Tyrone champions at this grade since 2013.

'Fish in water' Staunton writes history but loses out in battle of the Irish Down Under Flying The Flag This post contains videos

'Fish in water' Staunton writes history but loses out in battle of the Irish Down Under

Laura Corrigan Duryea’s Melbourne FC snatched the win at the death.

Beaten 2017 finalists Tralee CBS dig deep to see off Coláiste Choilm in tight Munster semi

Last year’s beaten finalists earned their shot at redemption in Ballyvourney.

Knocknagree become first Cork side since 2008 to lift All-Ireland junior football crown

Multyfarnham were on the losing side in Croke Park this afternoon.

Gavin makes no changes on opening weekend win as Dubs make trip to Tyrone

Dublin are aiming to make it back-to-back wins in the Allianz National Football League at Healy Park this evening.

Club mate of Galway All-Ireland winning boss helping Cavan's hurling comeback

Clarinbridge’s Michael Carr is manager as Cavan play a hurling league game tomorrow for the first time in seven years.

Gaa - Friday 2 February, 2018

Sharpshooter Patrick Horgan returns to Cork team for his first start of 2018

Bill Cooper has also been added to John Meyler’s attack.

Ó Beaglaoich makes immediate return from club duty as Kerry stick with young guns

Mayo are unchanged for Saturday’s Division 1 fixture.

Richie Leahy comes into Cats attack, but TJ Reid fails to make the bench

Reid has been struggling with a calf injury in recent weeks.

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Far stronger Dublin side named with Keaney and Sutcliffe making first starts since 2015

Eamonn Dillon and Paul Ryan also feature in a dangerous Sky Blues forward line for the game against Antrim.

After scoring 0-6 in Sigerson action, UUJ forward makes first Tyrone start against Dublin

Mickey Harte was in Belfast on Wednesday night to watch Lee Brennan’s scoring display against holders St Mary’s.

'I remember actually crying and thinking, 'I'm never going to play for Dublin again''

Dublin’s Amy Connolly shares her story.

Zen and the art of National Leagues maintenance

How the opening weekend of the national leagues taught Tommy Martin how to live in the moment.

'It's just a great occasion' - two Cork clubs 14 miles apart set for All-Ireland final weekend

Knocknagree and Kanturk are bound for deciders in Croke Park.

Gaa - Thursday 1 February, 2018

O'Neill starts at full-forward as Cork make 3 changes for trip to face Down

Páirc Esler hosts Sunday’s game.

Davy Fitzgerald's LIT advance to quarter-finals with 17-point victory over Garda College

Clare’s Peter Duggan hit 2-10 en route to victory in the Fitzgibbon Cup.

1-6 for Limerick's Murphy as UL see off WIT to set up Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final with UCC

The Gary Kirby-managed side ran out 14 point victors in Waterford.

6 changes for Tipp hurlers for Waterford game as footballers hand out debut at full-back

Both Premier sides are at home this weekend.

'For a fella that's in his position, he's so incredibly happy' - young fan inspires Wexford club on All-Ireland final run

13-year-old Rory Whelan will cheer on St Mogue’s Fethard in Croke Park.

Galway's Whelan hits two goals but Cooney's winner puts champs Mary I into Fitzgibbon Cup last eight

Mary I’s three-in-a-row hopes remain intact after a dramatic finale in Limerick.

RTÉ announce Joanne Cantwell as The Sunday Game's new presenter

The experienced anchor will take over from Michael Lyster, who is stepping down at the end of this season.

3 big league clashes involving All-Ireland champions Dublin to be shown live on eir

Their meetings with Cork, Mayo and Kerry will be broadcast live as ladies football writes more history.

It's Mayo v Cavan Down Under as Cora Staunton set for first AFLW start

Staunton and Laura Corrigan Duryea are flying the flag as GWS and Melbourne clash in round one.

Star forward back in the frame for Na Piarsaigh's All-Ireland club semi-final after knee injury

Shane Dowling missed their Munster club winning campaign.

'They're being pulled left, right and centre. It's an absolute farce'

DIT boss Billy O’Loughlin is unhappy with the demands on his players.

Gaa - Wednesday 31 January, 2018

Sharpshooting Éanna Ó Conchuir fires 14-man DCU past tough DkIT and into Sigerson quarters

DCU will face UCD in the last eight next weekend.

Reigning Sigerson champions St Mary's make exit as Jordanstown set up quarter-final against UL

Tyrone’s Lee Brennan hit 0-5 for the winners in Belfast.

Mayo's Loftus bags key goal as DIT see off defensive IT Carlow to make Sigerson quarter-finals

Conor Loftus hit the game’s only goal in the opening half.

A farm in north Dublin could solve Croke Park pitch problems and attract more concerts to the venue

The GAA hope the Croke Park pitch will be homegrown from 2019 on.

Setback for Cork footballers as Powter likely to miss rest of league due to injury

The 20-year-old damaged his hamstring against Tipperary last Saturday night.

David Clifford's hectic schedule highlights demands on elite young players at this time of year

Clifford bagged 1-4 for Tralee IT in the Sigerson Cup just two days after making his senior debut with Kerry.