Gaa - Sunday 11 November, 2018
The final will take place in Castlebar in a fortnight.
The Laois side led by seven at the interval and hung tight in the second half to see off the Leinster champions.
Dr Crokes booked a place in a seventh Munster final this decade.
The Galway side have won the last two Connacht senior football club titles.
Páirc Tailteann in Navan hosted today’s game.
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The Tribesmen looked down and out when they trailed by 14 points towards the end of the first half.
'It was as close to starvation as it gets... I don't know where I got the willpower to go without food for so long'
Underdogs and Round Towers Lusk footballer Stephen Harford talks to The42 about his experience with body dysmorphia.
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Gaa - Saturday 10 November, 2018
There were plenty of key intermediate and junior games down for decision across the football and hurling codes.
'To see it at first hand was amazing, it's something that will live with me for a long time' - St Finbarr's breaking through
After a first Cork title in 33 years, St Finbarr’s head to take on Dr Crokes in Munster tomorrow.
Gaa - Friday 9 November, 2018
Anthony Cunningham replaces Kevin McStay.
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Gaa - Thursday 8 November, 2018
After a difficult 2018, Leahy was re-appointed earlier this week.
1998 Dublin title with Kilmacud, 2005 Meath title with Dunboyne and now manager as clubs meet in Leinster
Robbie Brennan has an insight to both clubs before Sunday’s clash in Navan.
The42 is represented twice on the longlist.
Ger Aylward is part of the Kilkenny squad that has travelled to Sydney and will face Galway.
Ciaran McKeever has taken charge of his county’s minor side.
Gaa - Wednesday 7 November, 2018
Monaghan man Darren Bishop will remain at the helm.
It was a tough night for the Westmeath club after the untimely death of three-year-old Annabel Loughlin.
Gaa - Tuesday 6 November, 2018
Ballyboden will meet Offaly’s Coolderry at the semi-final stage.
A closer look at the ladies football club championships: the state of play and the fixtures that lie ahead.
A lovely idea for a worthy cause.
Frank Browne takes over for 2019.
Beggan's All-Star award - 'I'm not going to hide the fact that it’s an absolute privilege to win it'
The Monaghan goalkeeper became the second player from his club to win the individual honour.
Kieran Fitzgerald’s winning run with Corofin shows no sign of abating.
Gaa - Monday 5 November, 2018
After picking up 7 major club hurling trophies, can the Galway native impact with Dublin in the county game?
Seven weeks after Pat Gilroy’s depature, Mattie Kenny was installed as the new Dublin manager.
Waiting on injured duo after semi-final, watching Ballygunner-Ballyea classic and familiar Munster final foes
Another Munster final awaits Limerick champions Na Piarsaigh.
The nominees for the intermediate and junior accolades have also been announced.
Johnny Byrne will not be available next season for the Lilywhites.
'I didn't expect to be getting three titles this year': Four-time All-Ireland champion the match-winner for Wexford
Katrina Parrock reflects on scoring the winning goal for Wexford Youths in the Women’s FAI Cup final.
Gaa - Sunday 4 November, 2018
Some of the defining moments from a busy week of sporting action.
Donegal champions Gaoth Dobhair and Derry’s Eoghan Rua Coleraine also progressed to the last four in the province.
Naomh Éanna will face Kilkenny’s Ballyhale Shamrocks in their semi-final, while Coolderry also progressed.
It’s been a good week for the footballers of The Nire.
O'Connor brothers hit all of Ballintubber's points in win and Shine shoots 0-9 as Clann na nGael march on
There were Connacht quarter-final ties in Enniscrone and Dr Hyde Park this afternoon.
A Munster final against Limerick champion Na Piarsaigh now beckons for Ballygunner.
The Dublin kingpins beat Sarsfields of Laois and booked their All-Ireland semi-final date.
St Thomas and Liam Mellows both triumphed in Kenny Park in Athenry this afternoon.