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Dublin: 8 °C Wednesday 29 January, 2020

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Donegal All-Ireland winner and 'real leader' retires from inter-county football

Declan Bonner confirmed Leo McLoone’s exit to local media outlets today.

Laois to field camogie team in 2020 after 'unavailability of players' situation resolved

Good news for the 2015 All-Ireland Premier Junior champions.

'I remember walking out of the dressing room after the Limerick game and it was just total embarrassment'

Stephen Bennett was reflecting on Waterford’s victory over the Rebels in Walsh Park.

London GAA's Ruislip stand closed for Sligo game due to 'safety' reasons

The Exiles are hopeful the McGovern Stand will be re-opened in time for Sunday’s hurling tie against Derry.

Gaa - Monday 27 January, 2020

How Kerry rejuvenated former Footballer of the Year with 'link man' role in attack

James O’Donoghue enjoyed a return to form for the Kingdom against Dublin.

Long queues into Croke Park for Dublin v Kerry due to 'very late arrival of supporters'

The GAA have issued a statement following the Division 1 game at the weekend.

'It doesn’t look great at this stage' - Blow as Leitrim star suffers another knee injury ahead of AFLW debut

‘She is such an exciting player and has done everything right for the club so far,’ says Áine Tighe’s manager at Fremantle.

Captain to return, Gleeson on injured list and Waterford building their identity again

A positive start for new manager Liam Cahill yesterday in Walsh Park.

'It was important, look our home record has been appalling' - Cork's need to improve

Ronan McCarthy was glad to get a home win on Saturday night against Offaly.

Gaa - Sunday 26 January, 2020

Slaughtneil book All-Ireland final date with Galway's Sarsfields to keep four-in-a-row dream alive

The Derry champions defeated Scarriff/Ogonnelloe in the semi-final.

Tipp star lands late equaliser to hold All-Ireland champions Dublin as Déise overcome Galway

Aishling Moloney converted a free to ensure a share of the spoils.

Kelly hits 0-12 in victory for Lohan's hurlers as Clare sides have mixed day

The Clare footballers lost out to Westmeath today.

Longford edge out Louth while Antrim begin with six-point win over Galvin's Wexford Wrap This post contains videos

Longford edge out Louth while Antrim begin with six-point win over Galvin's Wexford

There was plenty of first-round action in Division 3 and Division 4 of the Allianz Football league.

Jack O'Connor enjoys winning start in Kildare while Tyrone power to top spot in Division 1

Daniel Flynn grabbed 1-2 on his competitive return for the Lilywhites.

Two goals from Ryan helps ease 14-man Kilkenny to victory over Dublin

The Cats welcomed Mattie Kenny’s side to Nowlan Park.

Late drama with two Laois goals grabbing draw as Roscommon let lead slip

Evan O’Carroll and Kieran Lillis netted late on at Dr Hyde Park.

0-16 from Bennett brothers as Waterford rally to claim impressive win over Cork

4,235 were in attendance at Walsh Park.

Finnerty goal decisive as Joyce makes winning start to league with Galway

The Division 1 opener against Monaghan took place in Pearse Stadium.

Canning and Haran combine for 0-18 as Galway begin league with 17-point win

The Tribesmen got the better of Westmeath in Pearse Stadium.

As it happened: Waterford v Cork, Kilkenny v Dublin, Galway v Monaghan - Sunday GAA match tracker

The first Sunday of the Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues is here.

After Clifford and Fenton's heroics, Keane and Farrell give exhibition in art of saying nothing

Neither manager gave much away after last night’s entertaining draw.

Family first: Taking advice from ex-AFL star brother, and having a 'role model' and midfield partner sister

The Byrne family of St Mochta’s in Louth are a talented bunch. Star midfielder Eimear chats to The42 ahead of the Wee county’s 2020 league campaign.

The 34-year-old who battled serious illness returning to county football after 6 years

Prolific forward Paddy Cunningham is back in the Antrim fold for the first time since 2014.

Gaa - Saturday 25 January, 2020

Cork make winning start to League campaign in historic first game at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

The meeting with Westmeath marked the first time the Cork senior ladies played a competitive game at the Páirc.

Durcan goal secures draw for Mayo in spectacular finish to clash with Donegal

Dramatic end to the action in Ballybofey.

Davy's Wexford and McGeeney's Armagh make strong starts to league campaigns

There were also football league wins tonight for Limerick and Carlow.

Clifford converts nerveless late free to hand Kerry draw in bad-tempered clash with Dublin

Kingdom captain David Clifford bagged a wonder goal in the first-half.

Scoring subs prove key to help Cork defeat Offaly in football league opener

Páirc Uí Chaoimh hosted tonight’s game.

Limerick claw back 10-point deficit to carve out thrilling win over hosts Tipp

Last year’s league champions trailed the All-Ireland winners by 0-14 to 0-4 before producing a stirring second-half fightback.

As it happened: Dublin v Kerry, Donegal v Mayo, GAA match tracker

There’s two massive games of football on the opening night of the new National League season.

Galway's Oughterard beat 13-man Magheracloone to seal All-Ireland intermediate honours

Monaghan legend Tommy Freeman scored five points for the losing team.

Former Kerry minor bags hat-trick as Na Gaeil crowned All-Ireland junior football champions

Ian McCarthy scored 3-2 for the Kerry side, who beat Rathgarogue-Cushinstown by 21 points.

As it happened: Tipperary v Limerick, Allianz Hurling League Division 1, Group A

Join us for live updates as The Premier host The Treaty in Thurles, with throw-in at 5:15pm.

1-8 from Cahalane helps CBC Cork reach Dr Harty Cup final with win over Midleton CBS

Last year’s beaten finalists return to the decier.

Poll: Who do you think will win this year’s Division 1 ladies football league title? Crystal Ball Gazing This post contains a poll

Open Thread: Who will win the Division 1 hurling league title?

The action gets underway this weekend.

'People say now will you miss it? I don't think I will because I'm satisfied' - life after Tipp hurling

It’s new for James Barry to be watching on as Tipperary’s 2020 season commences.

Can Kerry land early blow, will Comerford step from shadows and how will captaincy affect Clifford?

5 questions ahead of tonight’s Dublin-Kerry clash at Croke Park.

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