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Dublin: 11 °C Monday 20 May, 2019

Gaa - Wednesday 15 May, 2019

Leinster minor champions Meath book quarter-final spot while Cork close in on Munster decider

Meanwhile, Westmeath, Dublin and Wicklow all secured important wins.

From All-Ireland club kingpin to Kilkenny debutant and the Ballyhale influence on Carlow

Adrian Mullen made his senior bow for Kilkenny last Sunday.

'We have to protect the head' - GAA referees will crack down on high tackles this summer

Officials will be less forgiving for any tackles around head area over the coming months.

Carlow suspension saga to drag on until next week after DRA ruling

Brendan Murphy, Turlough O’Brien and Steven Poacher are set to have their cases heard by the CAC once again.

Cork duo hit with hamstring injuries ahead of Munster semi-final against Limerick

Sam Ryan is out for the season while there is a concern over Sean Powter.

'I didn’t go home with a very sweet taste in my mouth after that experience and it’s not one I want to go back to'

The Limerick boss on the challenges facing the champions this summer.

Gaa - Tuesday 14 May, 2019

A call for amalgamation with the GAA, worrying physicality and the lure of Down Under

Cork ladies football manager Ephie Fitzgerald discusses a wide range of topical aspects of the game.

GAA Fixtures Review Group to be formed in late May and deliver proposals for vote at 2020 Congress

The fixtures issues continues to rage at club and county level.

Diarmuid O'Sullivan - 'The rest of the forwards were ineffective and that's very worrying'

Cork slumped to defeat in their Munster opener and face a tough task next Sunday.

Limerick and Kerry forwards honoured with opening GAA Player of the Month awards for 2019

Aaron Gillane and Sean O’Shea were recognised for their league displays this spring.

'This is a good distraction': 46-year old championship debutant lost his job the week of shock call-up

Mulhearne joked that he wasn’t prepared to slog through winter training after enjoying his day in the sun with Waterford.

Gaa - Monday 13 May, 2019

Louth captain the latest set for AFLW as Fremantle prepare offers for Irish duo

The42 understands that Kate Flood is one of two Irish players heading to Freo.

'He's been going through a lot and you have to accept the decision he has made'

Ryan McHugh on Odhran MacNiallais’s decision not to play with Donegal this season.

'It's mad to think that handball has a greater right to play in Croke Park than I do'

Dara Ó Cinnéide’s GAA Eile looks at ladies football and camogie tonight.

'It does mean an awful lot' - Limerick savouring a first football victory in Munster in seven years

Goalkeeper Donal O’Sullivan on the impact of Saturday’s win over Tipperary.

Analysis: Kickouts, shooting, lack of intensity and ill-discipline, but Tyrone survive almighty scare

The42′s analyst Sean Murphy takes a closer look at yesterday’s Ulster SFC opener.

'Lads were delighted to have him back' - McCarthy thrilled with O'Carroll's comeback

He didn’t give much away when it came to talk of Diarmuid Connolly rejoining the squad.

'He has lit up the place since he came home' - impact of O'Donnell's return on the Banner

Patrick O’Connor, David Fitzgerald and Donal Moloney on the Eire Og star.

'It'd be a travesty if they don't win more' - Clare are potential All-Ireland champions, says Cusack Contenders This post contains videos

'It'd be a travesty if they don't win more' - Clare are potential All-Ireland champions, says Cusack

Donal Óg Cusack was speaking on The Sunday Game last night.

Portlaoise and Tullamore to host double-headers in Leinster senior football quarter-finals

All-Ireland champions Dublin will share a double-header of action with Meath.

Do you agree with the selections for the Sunday Game man-of-the-match awards?

The Clare and Tipperary forwards were both honoured.

'We need at least three tiers' - Brolly calls for dramatic change to football championship

The Sunday Game pundit says the Ladies football model must be adopted.

Gaa - Sunday 12 May, 2019

Liam Sheedy: 'I’m delighted but I’m a realist and I realise that’s it’s only two points'

The Tipperary boss saw his side run out seven-point victors over Cork.

Back injury ruled out Cork midfielder just before throw-in of Munster opener

Bill Cooper was absent as Cork lost out to Tipperary.

Trailing with seven minutes left, Tyrone hit 1-5 to see off Derry in Ulster clash

Darren McCurry’s goal set them on the path to victory.

Late surge sees Meath edge out battling Offaly in Navan to march on in Leinster

Bryan McMahon’s crucial late goal helped the Royals avoid an upset.

Tipperary get their summer off to flying start with impressive win over Cork

Seamus Callanan and John McGrath hit the net in a seven-point victory.

Two Killoran goals power Cunningham's Roscommon past Leitrim once again

The Rossies face Mayo in the Connacht semi-final next.

Louth finish strong to beat Wexford and set up Leinster quarter-final with Dublin

They were five-point winners at Innovate Wexford Park.

Clare cling on to open Munster SHC campaign with away win against Waterford

The Banner survived a late fightback to prevail by one point at Walsh Park.

Cooney's crucial goal leads unconvincing Galway to six-point win over Carlow

Without Joe Canning, the Tribesmen got off to a winning start at Pearse Stadium.

Cork's Cahalane bags 2-3 as Rebels run riot against Munster rivals Tipperary

John Considine’s side ran out 12-point winners in the Electric Ireland Munster minor hurling championship.

As it happened: Cork v Tipperary, Tyrone v Derry - Sunday GAA match tracker

Big games in the Munster SHC and Ulster SFC were on the cards today.

As It Happened: Waterford v Clare, Munster senior hurling championship Updates This post contains a poll

As It Happened: Waterford v Clare, Munster senior hurling championship

Clare held on for victory at Walsh Park.

Cody's half-time changes prove crucial but nothing beats Kilkenny's hunger for work

The Cats pulled off a nine-point swing in an impressive second-half showing.

Tommy Bowe's big job offer, The Peter Crouch final and more Tweets of the Week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.

'Sometimes my heart starts racing' - Former Cork minor hurler embracing memories of a spinal cord injury

Dessie Fitzgerald discusses the incident in a county-semi-final that changed his life and how he has found a vocation in life coaching.

Gaa - Saturday 11 May, 2019

'A bizarre thing to do' - Cody weighs in on controversial incident involving Dublin selector

Greg Kennedy cut out a Kilkenny goal chance shortly before half-time.

50 scores in Tullamore clash as Laois win Joe McDonagh Cup opener against Offaly

A four-point win for Eddie Brennan’s side in tonight’s game.

Kildare hang on for victory after Wicklow fightback to set up Leinster clash with Longford

A two-point win for Cian O’Neill’s side in Carlow tonight.