# Drive For Five

Last year
Lancaster: 'We've got to hit a good 8 or 9/10 to win the Champions Cup final'
The Leinster coach says injured pair Tadhg Furlong and James Lowe are ‘moving in the right direction’ ahead of Saturday’s final in Marseille.
'There is a younger group striving for success for the first time'
Leo Cullen wants his Leinster squad to make the most of a ‘special moment’ after booking their place in the Champions Cup final.
Stars appear to be aligned for 'XXL' Leinster but Furlong injury is a concern
Toulouse were blown away by Leinster’s ability to play at high tempo in attack.
'I never thought that I’d get another chance. We are so driven to put a fifth star on the jersey '
Johnny Sexton says Leinster will need to hit another level as they look forward to the Champions Cup final on 28 May.
All time
Four-in-a-row champions Dublin see off Mayo to march into eighth successive All-Ireland final
Croke Park hosted the TG4 All-Ireland semi-final showdown.
'Phenomenal' Aherne to captain 'hunted and chased' Dublin again in Drive for Five
‘When she speaks, everyone knows to listen,’ Carla Rowe says of the long-serving Sky Blues skipper.
Dublin's four-in-a-row All-Ireland winning boss staying on for 2021 season
Mick Bohan has brought plenty of success to the capital since taking charge for the second time in 2017.
Leinster begin European campaign with five-star win in Montpellier
Tries by Josh van der Flier, Ciaran Frawley, Dave Kearney, Dan Leavy and Jimmy O’Brien were more than enough for Leo Cullen’s men.
Lyon complete Women's Champions League five-in-a-row after beating Wolfsburg
The French side enjoyed a 3-1 victory in San Sebastian.
Jim Gavin says he'll 'sit down with the county board and review' position over coming weeks
The Dubs boss says now is not the time for decisions and he’ll reflect on things in good time.
Poll: Will you watch the men's All-Ireland final replay today?
The men from the Kingdom battle the Dubs all over again in Croke Park today.
‘Stephen’s a good, noble character. It’s no surprise that he’s still playing at this level at nearly 38’
All-Ireland winning goalkeeper in 2013 Shane Supple on working closely with Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton.
Gold Cup hope Capri out to give O'Brien fifth successive Saval Beg triumph at Leopardstown
The Irish Derby and St Leger winner is an 8-1 shot for next month’s Gold Cup.
'Back-to-back were the words at the start of the season, it would be an incredible achievement '
Leinster and Robbie Henshaw are embracing their shot at history this weekend.
Dublin can learn from Kilkenny's failed 'drive-for-five' bid, says Delaney
Nine-time All-Ireland winner JJ Delaney has warned Dublin of the challenges they’ll face as they aim to make history.
'It's tough, but there's no reason why we can't win nine from nine again'
Rob Kearney sees no reason why Leinster can’t replicate their title-winning form from last season.
Deise star Pauric Mahony fires over 0-13 to mastermind five-in-a-row for Gunners
The Gunners talisman was a major doubt coming into the match with a back injury.
Leinster the team to beat, but painful European memories stick with Cullen and Sexton
“If you are a little bit off in this competition, you’ll be exposed.”
'People wrote us off saying it was the end of an era': Young guns shine as Rebels roar on
Ephie Fitzgerald’s side won their fifth league title in-a-row yesterday, and ninth in 10 years as the odds seemed to pile against them beforehand.
Poll: Who do you think will win this year’s Division 1 football league title?
It all gets under way next Saturday night.
Catriona McConnell inspires Donaghmoyne to back-to-back titles for the first time
The Monaghan club beat Foxrock-Cabinteely to win their fifth All-Ireland senior title.
'The more you win, the more you want to win': Donaghmoyne target their fifth All-Ireland
Captain Amanda Casey is hoping to lead the Monaghan club to back-to-back senior titles for the first time on Sunday.
St. Brigid's complete five-in-a-row in Roscommon as Michael Murphy's Glenswilly make last four
The 2013 All-Ireland club champions swept aside St. Faithleach’s by 3-12 to 0-7.
Corbett the hat-trick hero as Kilkenny’s bid for immortality dies
Eoin Kelly’s remarkable freetaking – and a hat-trick from Lar Corbett – kill off Kilkenny’s bid for five-in-a-row and win Tipp’s first title since 2001.
Almost half of neutrals want Kilkenny to lose today
Ireland’s in two camps: 43% want Kilkenny beaten by Tipp, and nearly as many think it’ll end quickly. Have your say!
History beckons for the winner on a sensational September Sunday
Weekend GAA preview: Kilkenny’s guarantee of hurling immortality – or Tipperary’s most famous All-Ireland ever?
King Henry comes forth to claim his fifth
Four weeks after damaging a cruciate ligament, Shefflin starts – alongside John Tennyson – for Kilkenny’s date with destiny.