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Dublin: 15 °C Monday 13 July, 2020

Gaa - Friday 19 June, 2020

From TheJournal.ie All sports, including close-contact sports, can resume from 29 June Phase Three

All sports, including close-contact sports, can resume from 29 June

“This includes team leagues for adults and children,” Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced this evening.

All-Ireland ladies football championship to be played off over 7 weekends and start with group stages

The draws will take place next Tuesday evening.

'The criticism outside the county was created on the back of an inaccurate anonymous letter'

Wexford county board have confirmed they won’t announce dates for the club championships until the GAA releases its inter-county schedule.

Gaa - Thursday 18 June, 2020

'It was just a real tense atmosphere. That was the one time, I said, 'God I'd love to be playing''

Kilkenny All-Ireland winning forward Eddie Brennan is this week’s guest on the Warriors podcast.

'An incredibly loved and respected man' - GAA community pays tribute to Mayo's Colm Horkan RIP

'An incredibly loved and respected man' - GAA community pays tribute to Mayo's Colm Horkan

Detective Garda Colm Horkan was a member of the Charlestown Sarsfields club.

Facing 'loudmouths' during time as Galway boss, and teaching coaches new ways to improve players

Kevin Walsh stepped down as manager of the Tribesmen last September.

Gaa - Wednesday 17 June, 2020

Adult players to play at least three games as Galway unveil club hurling championship proposals

The aim of the revised format is to give every adult player at least three games.

Gaa - Tuesday 16 June, 2020

'We have been suppressed by various people in the GAA over the years in the hope that we would go away'

The CPA have warned that if the rules are not applied, it will “cause damage to the future of the Association.”

Gaa - Monday 15 June, 2020

Waterford club hurling final fixed for August as 2020 draw confirmed

The revised Offaly SHC groups were also drawn tonight.

'We all have a responsibility there, not just the referee' - the issue of racism in the GAA

Jason Sherlock and Boidu Sayeh both discussed the issue on The Sunday Game last night.

Gaa - Sunday 14 June, 2020

Quiz: How well do you remember Offaly's great 90s hurling team?

The Faithful were All-Ireland champions in 1994 and 1998.

Gaa - Friday 12 June, 2020

From TheJournal.ie Cork GAA County Board says Confederate flags will be confiscated at their grounds Stars And Bars

Cork GAA County Board says Confederate flags will be confiscated at their grounds

The county board said the flag was banned in 2017.

‘It will be 4 years before we see full capacity crowds at Irish sports events’

Pandemic expert, Professor Gerard Killeen, argues half-empty stadiums with fans obliged to wear masks will be the norm in Ireland until a vaccine is found.

O'Connor and Tuohy enjoy 61-point victory with Geelong as AFL action resumes

The Kerry and Laois players saw their team cruise past Hawthorn in today’s Round 2 clash.

Gaa - Thursday 11 June, 2020

Donegal star wants knockout football return and business worries in new climate

Michael Murphy reopened up his sports shop this week.

Meath, Wexford and Laois the latest counties to reveal details for club championship plans

Wexford’s county hurling final looks set for August whereas Laois and Meath eye up October dates.

'My ambition growing up was never to get to Croke Park, it was just if we could win one Munster'

Clare hurling great Sean McMahon is this week’s guest on the Warriors podcast.

Aussie Rules teams take a knee as virus-hit season resumes with Irish players set to feature this weekend

Richmond and Collingwood played out a 36-36 draw this morning at the MCG.

New documentary set to be made on Cork hurling great Christy Ring

This year is the centenary of Ring’s birth.

Gaa - Wednesday 10 June, 2020

GAA set to launch their Covid-19 education programme for clubs ahead of return to action

Small groups can train on pitches from 29 June.

Mayo to stick with senior club format and run it off in 6 weeks with September finish

The county final will take place on the weekend of 18-20 September.

Winning 'the corona All-Ireland' would be 'more of an achievement given the lack of training'

Shane Kingston is determined to finish the year on a high with club and county.

Cork GAA set to live stream club games as they outline plans for championship

No final decision will be made on structures until Croke Park confirm the inter-county championship programme.

Gaa - Tuesday 9 June, 2020

Australia set for biggest sporting crowd in months as AFL returns

Around 2,000 fans will attend Port Adelaide’s clash against rivals Adelaide on Saturday.

The Monaghan footballer who moonlights as an inter-county umpire

David Garland, part of Banty McEneaney’s Farney squad, umpired at a Division 3 game earlier this year.

Kilkenny announce changes to club hurling championship format ahead of return

The 12 senior teams will be split into four groups of three.

Gaa - Monday 8 June, 2020

'That first three years were tough. Anyone else would have walked away, wouldn't have had the stomach for it'

Carlow player Daniel St Ledger on the impact of Turlough O’Brien’s spell in charge and life under lockdown away from Gaelic football.

'Go back to your cotton fields' - Kerry An Ghaeltacht footballer on experience with racism Speak Out This post contains videos

'Go back to your cotton fields' - Kerry An Ghaeltacht footballer on experience with racism

Franz Sauerland is the latest athlete to speak out.

'We probably could put 21,000 into Croke Park safely' - GAA plan for crowds with two-metre rule

GAA President John Horan on how they could accommodate fans while social distancing exists.

Gaa - Sunday 7 June, 2020

'The criticism from your own hurts. I probably took it too personally'

Davy Fitzgerald is hoping he can sort things out with Brian Lohan, his former team mate.

'Had we lost that 2002 All-Ireland I would have emigrated'

Joe Kernan mixed modern ideas with old school thinking as he turned Armagh from contenders into champions in 2002.

A glittering first season in Oz, Gaelic football on hold and home to a GAA-mad family to find her passion

Cavan and Collingwood star Aishling Sheridan has enjoyed a hectic few months at opposite ends of the world.

'A gentleman' - Tributes paid after death of ex-Kilkenny hurler Lester Ryan (61) RIP

'A gentleman' - Tributes paid after death of ex-Kilkenny hurler Lester Ryan (61)

The Clara man died as a result of a road traffic accident on Saturday.

Normal People, Clare hurling and uncomfortable questions for Liverpool - The week's best sportswriting

Plus – what it’s like the be sent off in an All-Ireland final.

'They love playing the game and they're four of the best that have ever played it'

TJ Reid, Patrick Horgan, Seamus Callanan and Joe Canning all emerged together and continue to star in hurling.

Gaa - Saturday 6 June, 2020

Turlough O'Brien steps down as Carlow football manager

He stands aside after six years in charge, most notable for a famous Championship win over Kildare.

'It's great news' - 8-time All-Ireland winner on GAA's roadmap to return

Michael Kavanagh is part of Michael Fennelly’s backroom team in Offaly.

Will there be crowds at GAA games, could the All-Ireland run into 2021 and will it be knock-out?

We look at some key questions after the GAA launched its return to action plan yesterday.

Gaa - Friday 5 June, 2020

GAA may yet accelerate reopening of club pitches

But Covid-19 training must take place first.

GAA announce club fixtures to return on 31 July and county games from 17 October

Club pitches will open from the end of June as the GAA announce their roadmap for the return to action.