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Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Darren McCurry stars as Tyrone edge Armagh in McKenna Cup final

The half-forward notched nine of Tyrone’s 16 points in tonight’s game at the Athletic Grounds.

Fitzgibbon points Charleville to All-Ireland intermediate club final despite late scare

The Cork side beat Kilkenny’s Graigue-Ballycallan by two points at Semple Stadium.

Joe Canning's 0-13 inspires Galway to Walsh Cup victory over Wexford

The talismanic forward scored 13 points to guide the Tribesmen to a convincing victory over Davy Fitzgerald’s side.

Thurles CBS book place in Harty Cup semi-final after victory over St John the Baptist CS

The sides shared 66 scores when they met 10 days ago.

Controversial handpass rule ditched but four others to remain under trial through league

The GAA’s Central Council met at Croke Park today to decide on the proposed Gaelic football rule changes.

'That's something people can get lost in... at the end of the day it is our hobby'

Dublin star Niamh Collins leads a busy life, both on and off the pitch.

Gaa - Friday 18 January, 2019

Peter Keane confirms David Clifford is set to miss the first half of the league campaign

The Kerry boss also said that training sessions will be open to the public ahead of their opener against Tyrone.

Ger Egan hits 1-5 as Westmeath defeat Dublin for first O'Byrne Cup title since 1988

It’s a good start for the Lake County under new manager Jack Cooney.

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Divilly taking sensible approach with UCD stars juggling college and county commitments

John Divilly is chasing his third Sigerson Cup title as UCD manager.

Clash between All-Ireland champions Limerick and Tipperary to kick-start RTÉ's league coverage

The national broadcaster has announced details for three live games during the 2019 Allianz Leagues.

Star forward O'Sullivan takes over from sister to captain 11-time champions Cork

Doireann O’Sullivan will lead the Rebels in 2019.

Gaa - Thursday 17 January, 2019

O'Callaghan and McCarthy help UCD hit 5 goals as they begin Sigerson Cup defence in style

The champions were too strong for Cork IT and elsewhere today Garda College defeated IT Sligo.

'He's unbelievable at singing...and he won some golf tournament as well last year'

Stephen O’Brien says his team-mate David Clifford isn’t just a talented footballer.

Gaa - Wednesday 16 January, 2019

UCC put 7-26 past Athlone IT with David Clifford's brother Paudie bagging hat-trick

The Cork side made light work of their opponents in the Mardyke.

Clare forward Sexton hits 1-10 as UL squeeze past DIT in Sigerson Cup

University of Limerick are into round three of the third-level competition.

Jim McGuinness: Dublin likely to be most affected by football's experimental rules

The only manager to win a Championship game against Jim Gavin believes the new rules could have a profound affect on the champions.

'They have two arms and two legs like I do' - Wylie on marking the game's best forwards

Monaghan defender Ryan Wylie held the likes of Paul Geaney and Lee Brennan scoreless last summer.

Late goal rescues victory for title holders as Kerry-Cork football semi-final ties in store in Munster

The quarter-finals of the Corn Uí Mhuirí took place in the province today.

'Whatever game is in front of us we have to go out and win - no matter what'

Galway forward Shane Walsh reflects on Galway’s 2018 campaign and looks ahead to the new season.

'He definitely has a good few years to offer Kerry yet' - Walsh's return to the Kingdom cause

Kieran Donaghy has backed his former attacking partner and AFL player Tommy Walsh to shine in 2019.

'You could see the young lads perking up': Laois v Louth league clash moved to Croke Park

Laois to lose home advantage for the Division 3 clash for breaching ‘club-only’ training rules.

Star forward Reid set to captain Kilkenny hurlers for 2019 season

The attacker has been nominated by his club Ballyhale Shamrocks

'Both of them eventualities weren't something that appealed to me, I didn't want to face either of them'

Kieran Donaghy on retirement from Kerry and looking ahead to 2019.

Gaa - Tuesday 15 January, 2019

Here are the 2019 Cork senior football and hurling championship draws

There are a number of intriguing ties down for decision.

'The leader in that role for so many years' - Dublin star salutes Cork's 11-time All-Ireland champion

Niamh Collins’ words on recently-retired Rebels legend Bríd Stack epitomise the mutual respect between the sides.

'Give them the chance to play inter-county football if they want it'

Senan Connell says more counties should utilise the GAA parentage rule to enlist players from the Dublin club scene.

Mayo set to be without key attacker for early league games

Cillian O’Connor is recovering from the knee surgery he underwent last month.

11-time All-Ireland champions Cork set for first ever competitive outing in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Ephie Fitzgerald’s side will play two National League games at the main county grounds as part of double-header fixtures.

Thurles and Castlebar clashes to start 15-game GAA league coverage this spring on eir sport

The broadcaster launched their spring schedule today.

Gaa - Monday 14 January, 2019

Cork star says camogie has become 'boring to play' and 'boring to watch'

Four-time All-Ireland winner Amy O’Connor has bemoaned the lack of physicality allowed in the game.

40 games in store as TG4 launch Spring GAA schedule

The Irish-language broadcaster have exclusive live rights to the Allianz hurling and football finals.

'That’s three games in six days' - Dublin concern at Fitzgibbon scheduling ahead of league opener

The Sky Blues have 24 players involved in the third-level competition over the coming weeks.

McEntee: 'I wouldn't like a championship game to be decided by penalties'

Penalty shoot-outs are expected to replace free-taking competitions as the GAA’s ‘winner on the day’ concept this season.

Gaa - Sunday 13 January, 2019

Cork legend Brid Stack calls time on inter-county career after 11 All-Irelands and 7 All-Stars

The St Val’s full-back is one of only four players to have won 11 All-Ireland medals with her county.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Some of the defining moments from a busy week of sporting action.

'We've got no home games' - Donoghue calls for neutral venue in Walsh Cup final

Galway are set to travel to Wexford for the final of the pre-season competition.

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