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Dublin: 5 °C Friday 18 January, 2019

Gaa - Sunday 13 January, 2019

'My phone would not stop lighting up. People reached out that were going through an extremely difficult time'

Dublin footballer Shane Carthy wrote a moving blog post about his experience with depression before Christmas.

Gaa - Saturday 12 January, 2019

Penalty shootout win for Dublin over Meath books spot in O'Byrne Cup final

Parnell Park hosted tonight’s game.

Clare finish strong to see off Cork and claim first McGrath Cup title in 11 years

Three points separated the sides in Miltown Malbay this afternoon.

Limerick appoint club senior winning boss as county's new U20 hurling manager

Paul Beary was at the helm of Na Piarsaigh in 2018.

Higgins and Boyle handed first starts of season for Mayo as 4 Corofin players in Galway side

The sides meet in Tuam Stadium tomorrow.

From TheJournal.ie 'I tried those quick solutions...they tend not to work': Ex-Cavan footballer Alan O'Mara on taking care of your mental health First Fortnight This post contains videos

'I tried those quick solutions...they tend not to work': Ex-Cavan footballer Alan O'Mara on taking care of your mental health

Alan O’Mara is hosting a Real Talks discussion with members of the female Dublin All Ireland football as part of the First Fortnight mental health and arts festival.

Gaa - Friday 11 January, 2019

Clare and Tipperary name strong sides ahead of Munster hurling league final

The two sides meet in Limerick this Sunday.

Recovery from heart surgery will see All-Star nominee miss start of 2019 season

Monaghan’s Niall Kearns underwent surgery last October in Dublin.

More good news as Munster championship double-headers announced

Munster GAA and LGFA have teamed up as 2019 looks set to bring more than ever.

'Hurling is the dominant sport' - Cork footballers hoping to reconnect with public

Young defender Cian Kiely discusses Cork’s year of “transition” in 2018.

Gaa - Thursday 10 January, 2019

Waterford lose home advantage for league opener after breaching training regulations

Padraic Fanning’s side will face Offaly at Semple Stadium later this month.

Dublin ladies set for two Croke Park league outings as Mayo double-header confirmed

The back-to-back All-Ireland champions will also face Donegal at HQ.

'It's a massive challenge' - Monaghan ready for big 2019 under new management

Former Monaghan hurler Niall Treanor has taken the reins of the senior ladies team.

First-night nerves at Kerry training, owing 'a lot' to Fitzmaurice and working under new boss Keane

Sean O’Shea is ready to build on a bright start to his career in the green and gold.

RTÉ to air Allianz League and club championship GAA games in 2019

RTÉ is extending its portfolio of hurling and football games significantly after a new broadcast deal was reached.

Gaa - Wednesday 9 January, 2019

Good night's work for Donegal, Armagh, Tyrone and Derry as they reach Dr McKenna Cup semi-finals

The round-robin games ended in the Ulster pre-season competition tonight.

Clare's 2013 All-Ireland winning full-back has retired

Cian Dillon announced his decision this evening.

East Kerry player set to captain Kerry for start of league as Dr Crokes to wait on revealing nominee

The county champions have the right to nominate the Kerry captain in 2019.

'I was sitting beside Nickie Quaid and I was as white as a ghost. I thought I was going to get sick'

Seamus Flanagan reflects on a stunning debut season with Limerick.

How do you beat the Dubs? 'Go man-to-man for as long as you can,' says Tyrone defender

But Red Hand youngster Michael McKernan admits they’re “probably the best team to play Gaelic football.”

Midleton hit 7 goals and CBC strike late winner as two Cork schools advance to Harty Cup semi-finals

They’ll both contest semi-final clashes at the end of January.

Lighting up the ladies football scene: Six young players to watch in 2019

You’ll be hearing a lot about these rising stars in the coming months.

66 scores in 90 minutes and forward hits 2-17 as Limerick and Tipp schools finish level in Munster hurling thriller

There was no separating Thurles CBS and John The Baptist CS Hospital this afternoon in the Dr Harty Cup.

Cork legends recommend key new roles and club changes in five-year football plan

Graham Canty, Conor Counihan and Brian Cuthbert were involved in putting the document together.

Waterford's De La Salle set up Harty Cup semi-final with Midleton after defeating St Colman's

The quarter-final win puts De La Salle back in the semi-finals after a three-year absence.

The Mattie Kenny factor, building on progress under Gilroy and retirements of 'amazing servants'

David Treacy is looking forward to a positive campaign in the Dublin jersey.

Gaa - Tuesday 8 January, 2019

Cork ring the changes for McGrath Cup final after 17-point win against Limerick

Cork take on Clare in the final of the 2018 McGrath Cup on Saturday afternoon.

Corofin's county players back training with Galway in busy start to 2019

The Connacht champions face Ghaoth Dobhair in the All-Ireland club semi-final in February.

'I just don’t think it was very fair' - Dublin star Healy critical of Varadkar's comments on medics

Dublin’s three-time All-Ireland winner Noelle Healy balances her inter-county career with work as an anaesthetist.

A new Laochra Gael series, Jump Girls racing documentary, live rugby and soccer coverage

The spring sporting schedules of TG4 and Virgin Media One were released today.

'We played him under the name Brendan Amond one night' - from Carlow minor hurler to FA Cup hero

Padraig Amond’s soccer progress is no surprise to his former Carlow minor hurling boss.

9 young Gaelic footballers to watch in 2019

You might be hearing a lot about these players in the coming season.

Gaa - Monday 7 January, 2019

'It was the right decision for me' - 14 senior seasons, Connacht glories and the best forwards in Gaelic football

Séan McDermott on his decision to retire from Roscommon after 178 appearances for the county.

'To be associated with guys like that and to see what they add to hurling in Dublin, they'll be missed'

Ballyboden St Enda’s manager Joe Fortune lauds Shane Durkin and Gary Maguire, who’ve retired from inter-county hurling.

Gaa - Sunday 6 January, 2019

It's Sunday so here are 11 of our favourite pictures from the sporting week

Danger, a dagger and the delight of January hurling. It’s all in frame.

11 of the best pictures from the first GAA Sunday of 2019

There was plenty of pre-season action around the country today.

Here's the fixtures for the Leinster and Munster pre-season knockout games next weekend

McGrath Cup, Munster hurling league, O’Byrne Cup and Walsh Cup action will take centre stage.

Two late Waterford goals can't deny superb Clare, who book final meeting with Tipperary

Colin Guilfoyle scored his second goal in the space of a week for the Banner.

Cork hit 3 goals in 17-point win over Limerick to set up McGrath Cup final against Clare

In the other semi-final tie today, Clare defeated Waterford.