# GAA 2015

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# Challenge Accepted
Here are the Dubs Stars teams for the annual football and hurling matches
County champions Ballyboden and Cuala dominate this year’s club selections.
# Home improvement
Here's how the €70m redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh currently looks
Upgrade work is expected to be finished by the summer of 2017.
# Fermanagh Fairytale
'We weren't celebrating our loss - we were celebrating a phenomenal year'
Tiarnan Daly looks back on a remarkable season for the Fermanagh senior footballers.
# starter for 10
Jackie Tyrrell: When I was 18 or 19, I would have been happy to be Kilkenny waterboy
Tyrrell pays tribute to Br Damien Brennan as he targets Cats comeback and his own décima in 2016.
# premier ambition
One of Tipp's best young footballers is switching to hurling next season
Steven O’Brien’s focus will be on Liam, rather than Sam, in 2016.
# Local Heroes
Tipp FM commentary captures the euphoria of Clonmel's stunning winner
Killian Whelan and Tom McGrath called it perfectly.
# Mistake
This one sloppy moment cost Scotstown in a tight Ulster final
Kyle Carragher’s goal in the second half of extra time proved to be decisive.
# the toughest
Busy weekend as Quinn set to represent club AND country - in the space of 19 hours
Longford star set for Ireland debut before facing a quick turnaround to captain Emmet Og Killoe.
# northern lights
Crossmaglen close in on 11th Ulster title - but Hughes and Scotstown stand in their way
Familiar faces as Cross book their place in the Ulster football final.
# Never Mind The Ballaghs
Seventh time lucky? Oulart-the-Ballagh earn another shot at Leinster hurling glory
Clonkill finished with 14 men as Wexford champions set up Cuala clash.
Nemo v Legion, Commercials v St Joseph's - GAA club tracker
Join us for updates from both Munster senior football semi-finals, live from 2pm.
Nov 15th 2015, 3:05 PM GOAL FOR COMMERCIALS! Commercials 1-9 St Joseph’s 0-2: Michael Quinlivan fists home Jason Lonergan’s delivery. That’s the game, you feel.
Nov 15th 2015, 2:39 PM HALF TIME: Nemo Rangers 0-7 Killarney Legion 0-2
# Fixture List
Here are this weekend’s key GAA club fixtures from around the country
The Munster hurling semi-finals take centre stage this weekend.
# Nearly Men
5 players who were unlucky to miss out on a hurling Allstar this year
These men were right in the mix after excellent seasons.
# Get Well Soon
Dublin star Ryan O'Dwyer hospitalised in England following punch
O’Dwyer remained in hospital over the weekend but is said to be making progress.
St Vincent's v Ballyboden St Enda's, Dublin SFC final
Can the Marino giants make it three-in-a-row in Dublin? Or will Boden have their day? Join us for live updates from Parnell Park.
# Boost Banner
'This guy eats, sleeps, and drinks hurling' - Dalo excited by Donal Óg move
Donal Óg joins Davy as Clare look to return to the top in 2016.
# Kerry SFC
James O'Donoghue's club are one win away from a first Kerry title in 69 years
O’Donoghue kicked six points as Legion booked their place in the Kerry SFC decider.
# recognition
Here are the 2015 Football and Hurling Personalities of the Year
Philly McMahon and Paul Murphy will be honoured by Ireland’s GAA journalists this evening.
# Big Philly Style
'His next sentence stopped me in my tracks': McMahon's chat with a Ballymun youngster
Philly McMahon will tonight be named as the GWA Football Personality of the Year.
# Star Man
'If it was an easy decision to walk away, I would have done it by now': Donaghy undecided
Will the big man be back in 2016?
# Fixture List
Here are this weekend’s key GAA club fixtures from around the country
There are plenty of county finals down for decision as the club championship heats up.
# Key to the Kingdom
'He nurtured players that fit in seamlessly' - Fitzmaurice's great Kerry achievement
Cian O’Neill knows the Kingdom boss well.
# Cian To Impress
'There were 10-15 offers I never entertained' - Why Cian O'Neill is going home to Kildare
The new Kildare boss sets out his plans to lead a Lilywhite revival.
# the toughest
Surgery fear puts James O'Donoghue in doubt for Kerry's 2016 league campaign
“I’m sick of getting surgery but if it is the only way forward, I’ll have to do it.”
# Fallen Star
Gooch goal knocks Munster champions Austin Stacks out of the Kerry championship
Kieran Donaghy’s goal couldn’t save Stacks.
# dethroned
Kilcormac/Killoughey's stranglehold on Offaly hurling came to an end today
It will be St Rynagh’s v Coolderry in this year’s Offaly senior hurling final.
# the toughest
Legendary Kerry star books a place in this year's Cork football final
Tomás Ó Sé and Nemo Rangers are through to the Cork SFC decider.
# Dub steps
'We were literally built up to be so good - and a lot of us knew that we weren’t ever that good'
2014 heartbreak made Dublin’s latest All-Ireland that little bit sweeter, says Kevin McManamon.
# star men
Jack, Bernard or Philly - who would you vote for as Footballer of the Year?
One thing is for sure – it’s going to be a Dub.
# Bowing out
One of the best Meath forwards of the last decade has retired
“Big loss” as Allstar Stephen Bray calls it a day.
# Trouble
Mayo football in crisis as players revolt against managers Connelly and Holmes - reports
Mayo county officials yet to issue statement following reported vote of no confidence.
# Rossies
Kevin McStay set to be named joint-manager in new Roscommon double act
RTÉ pundit and Fergal O’Donnell have agreed a three-year term.
# Final Four
5 talking points ahead of Dublin and Mayo's sold-out Croker clash
Who will get the chance to dethrone Kerry on 20 September?
# Moving On
'I just looked around and said, "I don’t want to be here, take me off now"'
Ryan O’Dwyer has put Dublin’s disappointment behind him to fully focus on 2016.
# Black and White
'It just doesn't seem to make sense' - Mickey Harte baffled by black card rule
Inconsistency stings as Kerry end Tyrone’s championship challenge.
# Analysis
5 talking points after Kerry win a gripping All-Ireland semi against Tyrone
Maurice Deegan in the spotlight after a semi-final filled with talking points.
# Kingdom Come Again
Kerry dig deep against Tyrone to book their place in the All-Ireland final
Champions will defend Sam Maguire against either Dublin or Mayo on 20 September.
# Get Well Soon
Ronan Clarke's recovery 'has taken a small step in the right direction'
All-Ireland winner was hospitalised following a collision with a goalpost.
# Parting Words
'His is the torch they carried; his is the badge they wore with pride' - Tipp's glowing tribute
Premier county board thank Eamon O’Shea at the end of his three-year term.
# Time to shine
Where did Galway's semi-final supersub Shane Moloney come from?
Former minor captain “wasn’t fit enough” for 2015 league panel, manager Anthony Cunningham said.