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Gaa - Today’s News

'It's been a long journey' - From war-torn Iraq to All-Ireland glory with Leitrim hurlers

Zak Moradi scored a point as Leitrim lifted the Lory Meagher Cup at Croke Park.

Sky Sports to broadcast Newbridge and Castlebar games as GAA finalise qualifier fixtures

The four games in Round 3 will take place next Saturday evening.

Do you agree with the man-of-the-match winners from the weekend's provincial finals?

Kerry, Dublin and Donegal forwards got the nod.

Tipperary camogie manager steps down mid-championship due to 'health reasons'

Bill Mullaney was at the helm of the senior and intermediate sides.

Senior forward one of four Ballyhale All-Ireland club winners named in Kilkenny U20 team

Adrian Mullen will be in action tonight for Kilkenny against Laois.

McEntee: 'It will be a fair test of resolve and character to come back from a defeat like that'

Meath boss Andy McEntee is hoping his side can regroup and reach the Super 8s.

McCarthy's knee injury of major concern as Dublin look to Super 8s

James McCarthy left Croke Park on crutches yesterday evening.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Here's how the Super 8s groups are shaping up for the 2019 season

The provincial football final action concluded today.

Under par Dublin defeat Meath by 16 points to claim record 9th Leinster crown in-a-row

Meath scored just four points after a poor afternoon in front of the posts.

McNamee on the double as Offaly power past Sligo

The Faithful were in fine form this afternoon.

Clinical Donegal dispatch Cavan to go back-to-back in Ulster

Michael Murphy lifted the Anglo-Celt Cup for a fifth time in Clones.

Cork boss McCarthy - 'I’m interested is the spirit there, by Christ, it was there tonight'

The Cork manager reflected on a positive showing as they lost out by three points in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

As it happened: Dublin v Meath, Leinster SFC final

Join us for live coverage from Croke Park as Dublin bid to defend their Leinster crown against their old rivals.

As it happened: Cavan v Donegal, Ulster SFC final Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: Cavan v Donegal, Ulster SFC final

We went minute-by-minute as Cavan went in search of their first provincial crown in 22 years.

Kerry's clinical attack, Cork's positive showing and Kingdom defensive issues

The champions won out by three points in last night’s decider in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

Gavin names Dublin team for today's Leinster decider at Croke Park

The All-Ireland champions are bidding to win their ninth provincial crown in a row against Meath.

Soccer celebrations, carrying sandbags over hills, and ending a 28-year wait for Ulster glory

As Cavan go in search of an Ulster SFC crown, The42 looks back at their last triumph in 1997.

Gaa - Saturday 22 June, 2019

Mayo still have a mad streak, but handle the heat in Down

Conor Loftus helped Mayo build a big lead to see off Down.

O'Rourke steps down as Monaghan boss in the wake of Armagh defeat

Malachy O’Rourke spent seven years in charge of the Farney.

O'Neill grabs two goals as Armagh dump Monaghan out of the qualifiers

Kieran McGeeney’s men advance in the backdoor of the All-Ireland SFC.

14-man Kerry survive Cork test to remain Munster football champions

18,265 in Páirc Uí Chaoimh for tonight’s clash.

McShane nets twice as Tyrone safely navigate past Longford

Tyrone efficiently pushed passed the Leinster side and into the third round of qualifiers.

Laois knock Derry out as Westmeath and Clare also progress in All-Ireland SFC qualifiers

The curtain came down on Limerick and Leitrim’s campaigns.

As it happened: Cork v Kerry, Down v Mayo, Monaghan v Armagh - Saturday football match tracker

We’ve got Munster final and qualifier action on the cards this evening.

Kildare get their summer back on track in Belfast with facile qualifier win over Antrim

Adam Tyrrell and Neil Flynn scored 0-15 between them for the Lilywhites.

Meath lift Christy Ring title while Leitrim crowned Lory Meagher champions

Sligo prevailed in the Nicky Rackard Cup final.

Meath unchanged for tomorrow's Leinster final against nine in-a-row chasing Dublin

The Royals have shown their hand ahead of the 4pm throw-in at Croke Park.

Moran, Clarke and Boyle return as Mayo prepare for All-Ireland qualifier showdown in Newry

James Horan’s side are hoping to bounce back from their Connacht semi-final defeat to Roscommon.

'This is what I thrive on... There seems to be a lot of talking Kerry up but it’s a two-horse race'

Cork’s Brian Hurley looks ahead to tonight’s Munster final.

'I turned around and I think I was hit by a herd of buffalo, I never seen a pitch fill up as quick'

Mickey Graham on Ulster final challenges for Cavan, past and present.

New dad Brennan hoping to create more Croke Park memories with Meath

The forward has become a key player for Meath, as they prepare for Sunday’s Leinster senior football championship final.

Gaa - Friday 21 June, 2019

Huge boost for Galway as captain Comer returns from injury absence

The star forward featured for his club Annaghdown after he was previously sidelined with a fractured bone on his foot.

Galway minors keep Connacht five-in-a-row on track as Tyrone and Monaghan set-up final date

The Tribesmen are through to the provincial final where they will meet either Mayo or Sligo.

Two changes for Longford ahead of Tyrone qualifier challenge while Limerick also show hand The Starters This post contains videos

Two changes for Longford ahead of Tyrone qualifier challenge while Limerick also show hand

The Shannonsiders have made three switches in advance of their meeting with Westmeath.

Know your sport? The weekly quiz is here waiting for you

Knowledge of World Cups past, present and future will be an advantage.

Cork forced into late changes as injured trio out of Munster final showdown

Tom Clancy, Eoghan McSweeney and John O’Rourke are all out.

Dublin set to become the first ever county to win nine provincial titles in succession

Meanwhile, Kerry are searching for a seventh Munster title in-a-row.

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