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Tuesday 4 November, 2014

McGuinness, Horan and McGeeney - this year's football managerial merry-go-round

We know it can get confusing, so here’s your guide to the managerial ins and outs so far this on the intercounty football scene.

JBM stays, Cunningham comes in, Daly goes - this year's hurling managerial merry-go-round

As it stands today, we’ve the 14 managers who will be operating in tier one of the 2015 championship.

Saturday 1 November, 2014

Cork and Kilkenny dominate Camogie Allstar nominations

There were 45 nominees announced yesterday with the final 15 being decided next month.

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here with Keano, Haaland and McCarthy: it's comments of the week

We trawl through what you the reader has said over the past seven days and pick out our favourites.

Friday 31 October, 2014

Further Galway hurling controversy with Turloughmore's latest appeal - but no such football debacle

Turloughmore’s appeal will put Galway GAA under pressure to finish this year’s championship before the start of 2015.

Sunday 26 October, 2014

Here's your 5 talking points ahead of the Kerry SFC final

Mid Kerry take on Austin Stacks in Austin Stack Park on Sunday.

This Irishman has come up with the new Di Maria chant set to debut at Old Trafford

The Man United fan had his song approved by the club’s official Facebook page.

Saturday 25 October, 2014

Ireland thrash Scotland in second test turnaround to claim Hurling/Shinty title Round Two This post contains images

Ireland thrash Scotland in second test turnaround to claim Hurling/Shinty title

Patrick ‘Bonner’ Maher and Conor Lehane were among the stars on the Irish team.

James O'Donoghue on forgetting his boots before the All-Ireland semi-final

James O’Donoghue was last night revealed as the 2014 GAA/GPA Footballer of the Year.

The 10 players unlucky to miss out on a football or hurling Allstar

The 2014 hurling and football Allstar teams were officially announced last night in the capital.

Intercounty refs are needed for big club ties, as 'there's too much at stake'

Niall Daly felt that his club deserved a replay for a refereeing performance which he claims cost them a Championship final place.

Friday 24 October, 2014

Hurler of the Year Richie Hogan's best bits of the season

Richie Hogan was tonight revealed as the 2014 Hurler of the Year.

Richie Hogan has been named the GAA/GPA Hurler of the Year

Richie Hogan has had a fantastic year for a resurgent Kilkenny team in 2014.

Footballer of the Year James O'Donoghue's best bits of the season

James O’Donoghue was announced as the 2014 Footballer of the Year tonight.

James O'Donoghue has been named as the GAA/GPA Footballer of the Year

The Kerry attacker has polished off a dream year with this award.

Saturday 18 October, 2014

5 talking points as All-Ireland finalists Castlebar defend Mayo crown against Ballintubber

Since 2009 Castlebar and Ballintuber will have made six county final appearances between them in the five years.

Dublin SFC reaches final four while the Ulster club championship gets underway

The All-Ireland club football champions of the past three years are all in action this weekend.

Na Piarsaigh seek back-to-back Limerick titles while four other countys have their hurling deciders

Shane Dowling’s team are back in the Limerick final, with finals also taking place in Wexford, Offaly, Carlow and Westmeath.

Monday 13 October, 2014

Galway GAA to compensate fans for botched paint job in Tuam Stadium

Supporters furious after sitting on wet paint in the famous stand, but those affected can now claim for compensation.

Liam McHale will advise Cavan on 'playing style' as he commits 100% to the county

McHale will step down from his role with St Brigid’s at the end of the season.

Sunday 12 October, 2014

Tubbercury are Sligo champions as St Michael's ease into their first ever Galway SFC decider

Eddie Hoare continues to light up the Galway championship.

Podge and Galvin star as Cratloe complete double while Ballylanders win the Limerick SFC

The Limerick legend and Clare’s dual star got amongst the scores today.

Two in a row for Rathnew in today's Wicklow SFC final as Rathvilly win in Carlow

One two in a row was completed as another was denied, here’s you’re wrap of the Wicklow and Carlow SFC finals.

Making a case for each of the three Young Footballer of the Year contenders – who should win?

Shane Walsh, Ryan McHugh and Patrick McBrearty will compete for this year’s award.

Saturday 11 October, 2014

Making a case for each of the three Young Hurler of the Year contenders – who should win?

Conor McDonald, Cathal Barrett and Shane Dowling are competing for Tony Kelly’s award.

Friday 10 October, 2014

Making a case for each of the three Hurler of the Year contenders – who should win?

Seamus Callanan, TJ Reid, Richie Hogan are the nominees to succeed Tony Kelly.

Monday 6 October, 2014

Cunningham, O'Donnell and 10 other great U21 hurling scores this year

There’s some real crackers in here – get your votes in this week.

Sunday 5 October, 2014

Carbery Rangers are into their first Cork SFC county final in 108 years

Today’s Cork Senior Football championship was certainly a game of two halves.

Kevin McManamon has bagged 1-4 in 25 minutes as St Jude's and Ballyboden reach semis

The Dublin club championship quarter-finals took place today in O’Toole Park.

Callanan and co were back in action today in the Tipperary SHC

There were three big games taking place across the county in Tipperary today.

Portlaoise and Arles-Killeen breeze into Laois final while O'Mahony's win in Meath

Today’s Laois SFC semi-finals took place in O’Moore park while Navan was the venue for the Meath semi-final.

Wenger puts Mourinho in his place in touchline spat and it's all boiling up in London

Arsene Wenger has just pushed the Chelsea manager – twice.

Robbie Keane does MVP bid no harm with fantastic volley

Robbie Keane scored his 18th and 19th goals of the season last night.

Watch this TCU player camouflage into the end zone during a kick-off return

This running back brings some Bear Grylls philosophy to the field.

Saturday 4 October, 2014

Tipp champions survive Toomevara scare and the rest of today's club hurling action

Here’s your club hurling wrap from today’s action in Tipperary and Westmeath.

Donegal 'won't exclude anyone' in hunt for new manager as search could begin Monday

Donegal GAA have told TheScore.ie that they would be open to an outside manager replacing Jim McGuinness – leaving the door open to bookies’ favourite Rory Gallagher.

Saturday 6 September, 2014

21 of the best pictures to sum up the 2009-11 Kilkenny-Tipp trilogy

The two counties have had a fascinating rivalry over the years.

These Kilkenny legends are certainly Up for the Match

Here’s the opening sequence of tonight’s All-Ireland hurling final preview on RTÉ.

Kilkenny and Tipp county boards returned unwanted final tickets last night

They were put up for sale on the GAA’s website.

Friday 5 September, 2014

Kilkenny minor captain on juggling a possible AFL contract with an All-Ireland final

Darragh Joyce may be on his way to the AFL – but for now he has a final to focus on.

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