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#GAA 2016

# gaa-2016 - Monday 5 September, 2016

All-Ireland hero Bubbles O'Dwyer: I was getting hate mail abusing me and my family

Forward proved his doubters wrong as Tipp won first All-Ireland in six years.

A remarkable day for Tipp hurling, a remarkable day for the McGrath family

Noel, John and Brian McGrath were all celebrating All-Ireland wins on Sunday night.

# gaa-2016 - Sunday 4 September, 2016

14 great photos of the Tipperary All-Ireland party that's just getting started

Croke Park turned blue and gold on Sunday afternoon.

# gaa-2016 - Saturday 3 September, 2016

Dancing at the Crossroads 20 years on: the song that summed up a summer and toppled the Spice Girls Purple And Gold This post contains videos

Dancing at the Crossroads 20 years on: the song that summed up a summer and toppled the Spice Girls

It’s 20 years since a glorious few months for Wexford hurling.

# gaa-2016 - Friday 29 July, 2016

'He was like Muhammad Ali in his pomp': Galway legends on Kevin Walsh's playing days United Tribe This post contains videos

'He was like Muhammad Ali in his pomp': Galway legends on Kevin Walsh's playing days

Sean Óg de Paor, Ja Fallon and Gary Fahy remember when their old team-mate was at his best.

Here's the Galway team bidding to book a place in the All-Ireland semis

As you were as Connacht champions prepare for Tipp test.

# gaa-2016 - Friday 22 July, 2016

Derek McGrath sends the same Waterford 15 back into battle after Tipp nightmare

Wexford make one change for Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final in Semple Stadium.

# gaa-2016 - Monday 18 July, 2016

Analysis: How Tyrone finally wrestled back their Ulster crown from Donegal

GAA analyst Rob Carroll talks us through a tactically-absorbing Ulster SFC final.

# gaa-2016 - Friday 15 July, 2016

Business as usual - or bright new dawn? Ulster final an existential battle for Donegal and Tyrone

“Tyrone have the firepower, but Donegal have the guile, and a punch of their own,” writes Tommy Martin.

# gaa-2016 - Monday 11 July, 2016

Analysis: Numbers don't add up for Roscommon but Galway let them off the hook

Football analyst Rob Carroll breaks down the tactical battle that led to yesterday’s Connacht final stalemate.

# gaa-2016 - Saturday 9 July, 2016

Kildare bounce back to kick-start their championship with Offaly win

Neil Flynn led the way with five points for Cian O’Neill’s men.

# gaa-2016 - Monday 4 July, 2016

Analysis: Job well done for Kerry - but better counties will punish weak spots

Football analyst Rob Carroll takes a closer look at how the Kingdom won their latest provincial crown.

# gaa-2016 - Friday 1 July, 2016

'Cork's attitude and performance will determine whether Kingston gets another year or not'

JJ Delaney feels it could be make or break for the Rebels’ boss when they face Dublin tomorrow evening.

# gaa-2016 - Monday 20 June, 2016

Here are the 16 key GAA fixtures to keep an eye on this week

Donegal and Monaghan clash for a place in the Ulster final.

# gaa-2016 - Monday 6 June, 2016

Analysis: Better width, ineffective Laois kickouts and areas to exploit Dublin

Rob Carroll breaks down Saturday’s Leinster SFC quarter-final clash at Nowlan Park.

# gaa-2016 - Tuesday 31 May, 2016

'Because of the picture he paints of himself, Brolly thinks he'll get away with poisonous remarks'

Paul Grimley takes Joe Brolly to task for Sunday Game comments on Kieran McGeeney and Armagh.

# gaa-2016 - Thursday 19 May, 2016

Kerry legend Galvin set for club transfer to Kilmacud Crokes - report

Galvin, 36, set to help Crokes in a bid to regain their Dublin senior hurling crown.

# gaa-2016 - Saturday 14 May, 2016

'Are Dublin unstoppable?' And 5 more questions for our writers ahead of the football championship

How many of these predictions will look very foolish come September?

# gaa-2016 - Friday 13 May, 2016

Watch: Henry Shefflin takes on the crossbar challenge - with a very GAA twist

Think you can do better than King Henry? You could win yourself a year’s worth of shopping.

# gaa-2016 - Friday 29 April, 2016

All-Ireland champs Boden off to a winning start in Dublin SFC, Castleknock stun Plunkett's

The road to Croke Park on St Patrick’s Day begins again…

# gaa-2016 - Monday 25 April, 2016

Analysis: Better defence, better movement, better decisions - it all added up for ruthless Dublin

Rob Carroll breaks down the Division 1 football final to discover how Dublin steamrolled Kerry.

Here are the 16 key GAA fixtures to look out for this week GAA

Here are the 16 key GAA fixtures to look out for this week

Championship, baby!

'We believe that we're good enough, but we have to prove that time and time again'

No point in getting carried away with unbeaten league campaign, says Tyrone boss Mickey Harte.

Jim Gavin: Dubs were starting to take control before O'Mahony red

League is only third priority, reiterates Gavin, as Dubs set their sights on a Leinster and All-Ireland repeat.

# gaa-2016 - Sunday 24 April, 2016

A league of their own! Dublin punish 14-man Kerry to claim four-in-a-row

Dublin collect ninth title of the Jim Gavin era as they warm up for All-Ireland defence in style.

# gaa-2016 - Monday 18 April, 2016

Semple Stadium to host hurling league final, U21 football set for Ennis

Waterford and Clare are heading back to Thurles in a fortnight’s time.

Armagh slam 'total incompetence' as five-way tie for Ladies Football semis causes confusion

Controversy as Kerry progress to final four at Armagh’s expense.

TJ Ryan: 'I’m entitled to plenty of criticism now, I knew that after the last day'

Limerick boss under more pressure after 11-point defeat to Waterford.

# gaa-2016 - Wednesday 13 April, 2016

'We're trying to manage the talk about it' - Derek McGrath on Waterford's goal drought

Déise face Limerick on Sunday as they bid for back-to-back hurling league titles.

# gaa-2016 - Thursday 31 March, 2016

Here's the Roscommon team out to ruin Dublin's 100% record on Sunday

Six changes for Kevin McStay and Fergal O’Donnell.

# gaa-2016 - Thursday 25 February, 2016

The GPA has set out its stall ahead of this weekend's big Congress votes

Players’ body calls for a no vote on ‘B’ Championship, and no on mandatory free-to-air championship games.

# gaa-2016 - Saturday 13 February, 2016

As it happened: Clonmel Commercials v Ballyboden St Enda’s, All-Ireland Club SFC semis GAA

As it happened: Clonmel Commercials v Ballyboden St Enda’s, All-Ireland Club SFC semis

We were treated to an extra-time thriller in Portlaoise this afternoon.

'We’ll show Cross the highest respect… but we’ll treat them the same as anybody else'

No fear factor as Barry Moran and Castlebar Mitchels get set for Crossmaglen.

# gaa-2016 - Friday 12 February, 2016

Trying to plan a wedding in Crossmaglen seems like an absolute nightmare

Serial Ulster champion Tony Kernan is eyeing up another All-Ireland medal for his mantelpiece with Crossmaglen.

# gaa-2016 - Thursday 11 February, 2016

'I'd my head in my hands, thinking "What am I after doing?"’ - Quinlivan's black card scare

Michael Quinlivan is ready to take down Ballyboden St Enda’s in Saturday’s All-Ireland semi final.

# gaa-2016 - Wednesday 10 February, 2016

Ballyboden's secret weapon? The sprint coach directing their fitness program from China

Leinster champions have raised the fitness bar en route to the All-Ireland semis.

# gaa-2016 - Thursday 4 February, 2016

'It’s hard to focus your eyes. You don’t feel well': Kevin Downes' concussion story

Head injury ruled Limerick sharpshooter out of Munster decider, but now he’s targeting All-Ireland glory.

'Nobody wants demoralising B championship,' Tipp star Quinlivan warns

Michael Quinlivan says lack of compromise regarding GPA proposals was disappointing.

'It’s not about peaking in January - I wouldn't be panicking that Mayo are on the slide'

Mayo as hungry as ever, says Barry Moran as he rubbishes Tommy Carr criticism.

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