Last week
12th March 2023 - 18th March 2023
# boys in blue
Dublin cruise past Meath with O'Gara and Costello both hitting the net
11 points between the teams in Navan.
# Cool Cats
Kilkenny kings - St Kieran's toast All-Ireland hurling title win in Croke Park
Presentation College Athenry had no answer to their opponents.
# Hogan Cup
Brilliant Omagh side fire 6-16 to claim All-Ireland football glory in Croke Park
Sligo’s Summerhill College managed to pull back three goals in the closing quarter.
# Tribute
Ó Sé: Kearns had qualities to manage Kerry, and why Kingdom will be ready for summer
Tomás Ó Sé pays tribute to the late Liam Kearns, discusses why his current role as Kerry U-20 manager suits him and assesses the Kingdom’s prospects for 2023.
Dublin aim for promotion and Waterford-Kilkenny showdown: Allianz League talking points
There are plenty key matches to look forward to this weekend.
# Clinical Cats
Kilkenny draws close to semi-final after comfortable win over Dublin
Derek Lyng’s side were in front by nine at half-time.
# Clinical Cats
Eoin Cody fires two goals as Kilkenny claim comfortable win over Dublin
Derek Lyng’s side were in front by nine at half-time.
This month
March 2023
# opening up
'Things start spiralling' - Johnston's regrets over Kildare transfer and 'dark time' gambling
Former Cavan captain Seanie Johnston has opened up in detail for the first time about his 2012 move to Kieran McGeeney’s Kildare.
# Wee County
Kildare woes continue as Louth make it three wins in a row
Mickey Harte’s team delivered their third consecutive victory in Division 2 of the Allianz Football League, as Kildare’s struggles continued.
Last month
February 2023
Tipperary's goal threat decisive in Croke Park win over Dublin
Liam Cahill’s side continue positive start to league.
# Preview
UCC and UL gear up for unlikely Sigerson Cup decider
The game takes place at SETU Waterford Arena on Wednesday evening.
# Game SETU Match
Deise star fires SETU Waterford past DCU in Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final
DCU’s search for a first title goes on.
# standing ground
'It would have been completely wrong' - GAA boss defends handling of club final saga
Tom Ryan says direct interference with the CCCC’s handling of the controversy would have been ‘the worst thing we could possibly do.’
# wear and tear
GAA set to review Croke Park pitch usage for next winter
Playing surface has been criticised in recent weeks.
# No Go
Croke Park chief says no Taylor fight due to security costs
Stadium director Peter McKenna said Croke Park believe Taylor’s promoters Matchroom should carry security costs.
January 2023
# On The Road
Dublin narrowly hold off Kildare to open Division 2 campaign with a victory
The sides clashed in the league opener at Croke Park.
# up front
Mayo's Padraig O'Hora explains benefits of his ongoing counselling sessions
The 2021 All-Star nominee says he attends at least once a month as “part of a constant journey.”
# highs and lows
UCC survive Donnelly-inspired Queens comeback to advance on penalties
The Tyrone man endured heartbreak in sudden-death penalties as UCC held their nerve to reach the quarter-finals.
Kerry All-Star Shane Ryan hits 1-3 to deliver glory for Rathmore
The Kingdom’s goalkeeper, who plays outfield for his club, proved the difference against Galbally Pearses.
# Walsh Cup
Niland points the way as Galway blitz Dublin in second half
Galway booked their place in the Walsh Cup final with a nine-point win over Micheal Donoghue’s Dubs.
# Frustration
Vera Pauw again hits out at decision to hand Phil Neville England job in 2018
Neville landed the role ahead of Pauw and a number of other females in 2018.
# Winning run
Hyland propels Offaly into O'Byrne Cup semi-finals with win over Dublin
Offaly are now two wins away from their first title since 1998.
# Leinster
O'Gara shoots 1-4 as Dublin claim early O'Byrne Cup victory over Wicklow
Baltinglass hosted tonight’s clash.
Last year
# Dunloy
'Croke Park is a special place' - Antrim champions celebrate after stunning Galway winners
Dunloy have secured a final place for the fifth time in the club’s history.
# Victory
Conal Cunning's seven-point haul brings Dunloy a step closer to All-Ireland heaven
Cuchullains held off St Thomas’ to secure a place in the club SHC final.
Resistance to paywalls has 'diminished significantly' according to GAA president
Association has launched GAAGO, which will broadcast 38 championship matches exclusively in 2023.
# Winning
Shane Walsh delivers another stunning Croke Park cameo to leave with smile on face
The Galway intercounty star struck nine points to help Kilmacud Crokes triumph over The Downs in the Leinster club SFC final.
# Thriller
Joy matched only by relief as Ballyhale Shamrock edge dramatic Leinster final
Pat Hoban’s side looked to be cruising to easy win over Kilmacud Crokes before Dublin club rallied.
# Paul Flanagan
A rethink to develop with Clare, marking Limerick attacking cousin and Munster title bid
Paul Flanagan’s hurling career has enjoyed a major renaissance.
# the Gunners
From extra-time epic to 17-point win, now on guard for Munster final rematch
Ballygunner are wary of Ballyea’s challenge next Saturday.
# Hectic
Leinster GAA change order of senior club finals in boost for Kilmacud dual player
Brian Sheehy plays for his club’s football and hurling outfits who are both in provincial deciders next Sunday.
# Tribesmen
Galway star midfielder not ruling out 2023 comeback as Connacht club decider beckons
Peter Cooke says he may consider rejoining the fold after finishing up his club season with Moycullen.
# Onwards
Kilmacud Crokes edge towards remarkable double as hurlers ease into Leinster final
Oisin O’Rorke helped himself to 0-11 as the Dublin champions defeated St Mullin’s of Carlow in the semi-final.
# Brilliant Ballyhale
TJ Reid returns with 1-6 to fire Ballyhale past Naas and into Leinster senior club final
Ballyhale saw off Naas by 12 points.
# green and red
'Do I feel up to another year?' - Lee Keegan to decide on Mayo future in next couple of weeks
The defender has won five All-Star awards in Mayo colours.
# dominant display
Dias stars as Kilmacud advance to another Leinster final
Midfielder makes another compelling case for a Dublin recall.
# Eoghan O'Donnell
'It is nice to set the record straight that I never left Dublin' - Hurling focus remains
Eoghan O’Donnell on a year that saw him move between the codes for the Dublin footballers.
# Appointment
Major boost for Dublin footballers as former boss Pat Gilroy joins backroom team
The 2011 All-Ireland winning manager was linked in recent weeks with a role in Dessie Farrell’s setup, and defender Lee Gannon has confirmed the news.
# Colin Compton
Commutes from Dundalk and Dublin, ending a 20-year club wait for senior football glory
Newly-crowned Roscommon champions Strokestown arevback competing in Connacht.
# Damien Cahalane
From relegation finals to a first Cork senior hurling medal and a Munster campaign
Damien Cahalane and his St Finbarr’s team-mates head to Ennis on Sunday.
# Leinster SHC
Kilmacud exact revenge on Clough Ballacolla to reach last four
The Dubliners earned a nine-point win over the Laois side to set up a semi with Carlow’s St Mullins.