Advertisement
This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. By continuing to browse, you agree to the use of cookies described in our Cookies Policy. You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. To learn more see our Cookies Policy.
OK
Dublin: 8 °C Thursday 17 October, 2019

Gaa - Today’s News

Rebel stars - the key role Cork attackers will play with county hurling silverware at stake

Cork forwards Seamus Harnedy and Patrick Horgan are in opposition on Sunday.

RTÉ to televise Dublin club football semi-final double-header

On the weekend of 26/27 October, the Cork football and Kilkenny hurling finals will also receive TV billing.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

'I feel they just have to go ahead and do it' - support for GAA's two-tier football plan

The proposal will be debated at this weekend’s GAA Special Congress.

Cork duo that contested last season's final make winning start to Dr Harty Cup campaigns

Midleton CBS and CBC Cork both won their opening group games today.

Gaa - Tuesday 15 October, 2019

From FA Cup dreams to Féile dominance - the GAA rise of London's native son

Michael Maher has become the first London-born manager to take charge of the Exiles.

All-Ireland winners confirmed for Kilkenny selector roles and Nowlan Park set to be renamed

DJ Carey, Peter Barry and Michael Rice will be involved with various teams next season.

Players to have say in hunt for Galway manager as Forde and Larkin turn down job

Galway hurling board chairman Michael Larkin confirmed that the players’ leadership group would be consulted during the process.

Gaa - Monday 14 October, 2019

'Absolutely huge' - Ireland crowned European AFL champions after remarkable showing in London

Mike Currane’s Irish Banshees won five games from five, and didn’t concede a single score.

Kerry, Donegal, Dublin, Cork and Kilkenny GAA club games set for TV coverage

There’s plenty to get stuck into on RTÉ and TG4 for the rest of October.

Roscommon follow Dublin, Mayo and Wexford in appointing commercial chief

Elphin’s Aidan Brady has been brought on board as Roscommon’s first commercial director.

After 14 years at the top, Armagh stalwart Vernon retires from inter-county football

‘I end my career in the knowledge that I have given it my all to drive Armagh football forward,’ the two-time Ulster champion signed off.

Leinster club football veterans McCormack and Dolan add to extensive medal hauls

Brian ‘Bruno’ McCormack lifted his 16th Laois senior crown with Portlaoise while Garrycastle’s Dessie Dolan won his eighth Westmeath SFC medal.

Carnacon exit after 'outstanding' Galway star Divilly shines, Leinster and Ulster finalists confirmed

A wrap of this weekend’s ladies football provincial action.

Tipp All-Ireland winner will try to overturn ban from red card before county senior semi-final

Niall O’Meara was sent-off in a club quarter-final clash yesterday in Tipperary.

From TheJournal.ie Seven men discharged from hospital after fall from truck in Enniskerry Enniskerry GAA

Seven men discharged from hospital after fall from truck in Enniskerry

Nine people were injured in the incident on Saturday.

Former Galway star asked to broker management deal with Forde and Larkin

Former Galway star asked to broker management deal with Forde and Larkin

Noel Lane was tasked by hurling board delegates to meet the pair last night.

Gaa - Sunday 13 October, 2019

Ferbane end 25-year drought in Offaly, while champions crowned in Tyrone, Laois and Westmeath

The Cavan, Down, Leitrim, Wexford and Wicklow SFC finals also took place today.

3 left in Kilkenny title race, Galway semi-final draw made and new camogie champions in Cork

Busy day around the country with key games taking place.

History makers! After 7 final defeats Padraig Pearses celebrate county senior glory at last

A three-point success for Padraig Pearses delivered their first title.

Kerrigan hits two goals in Nemo success and Duhallow win by 5 points to set up Cork final clash

It’ll be the first time the pair have met in the final since 1988.

Thomas Davis pull off upset victory over 2017 Dublin finalists Castleknock

They’ll play holders Kilmacud Crokes in the semi-final.

Davy Fitz's Sixmilebridge side celebrate Clare hurling glory with win over Cratloe

A fourth title in seven years for Sixmilebridge this afternoon.

Hutchinson stars as Munster hurling champs complete 6-in-a-row in Waterford

Ballygunner won out by nine points in today’s final against De La Salle.+

McCaffrey sent-off for Clontarf in Dublin quarter-final loss to champions Kilmacud Crokes

The Leinster finalists had eight points to spare over Clontarf.

Gaa - Saturday 12 October, 2019

Nine injured in Enniskerry as celebrating GAA team fall from trailer

The injuries suffered are not thought to be life-threatening.

Basquel brothers bag 3-9 as Ballyboden consign Na Fianna to heartbreaking extra-time defeat Classic This post contains videos

Basquel brothers bag 3-9 as Ballyboden consign Na Fianna to heartbreaking extra-time defeat

Anthony Rainbow’s side booked their place in the last four after a thrilling encounter.

Cargin retain Antrim title after another titanic battle with Lámh Dearg

Scotstown’s five-in-a-row bid is still alive in Monaghan, while Summerhill book their place in another Meath decider.

Kiladangan and Nenagh Eire Og book places in Tipperary semis

The two remaining quarter finals will be played tomorrow.

Extra-time epic in controversial Carlow semi, while Galway champs St Thomas's march on

St Mullins ran out 3-19 to 1-19 winners against Ballinkillen in Carlow.

St Jude's send dismal St Vincent's packing from Dublin SFC for second year in succession

St Vincent’s scored just 0-4 in a disappointing seven-point defeat.

'Two brilliant servants for the club' - Davy, Gilly, the 'Bridge and chasing Clare glory

Davy Fitzgerald and Niall Gilligan will be at the heart of Sixmilebridge’s efforts tomorrow to land the Clare title.

Gaa - Friday 11 October, 2019

Two-time All-Ireland winner Joyce set to take over Galway senior footballers

Padraic Joyce is to be recommended as the Tribesmen’s new boss.

Gaa - Thursday 10 October, 2019

All-Ireland champions Tipperary start out with trip to Waterford as 2020 hurling fixtures revealed

Liam Cahill’s first championship match at the Déise helm will be against his native county.

U-turn in Cork with All-Ireland winning boss Fitzgerald returning on two-year term

Ephie Fitzgerald is set to commit again after stepping down in the wake of August’s All-Ireland semi-final exit.

Dismissing talk of Dublin dominance, Leinster in limbo and backing Bohan to return

Dublin star Nicole Owens on a wide range of ladies football topics.

Gaa - Wednesday 9 October, 2019

'It was completely torn, ruptured, gone... but I would have regretted it if I hadn't tried it'

A devastating cruciate injury denied Nicole Owens the chance to play in Dublin’s recent All-Ireland final win – but she didn’t go down without a fight.

Clare hurling manager saga drags on as new candidates are invited to apply

A new boss was expected to be ratified at tonight’s county board meeting.

Tipp boss: 'I think the President of the GAA wants to leave his own mark, this is being rushed'

David Power doesn’t believe the new football two-tier plans are the solution.

1 2 3 4 5