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Dublin: 15 °C Monday 13 July, 2020

Gaa - Friday 5 June, 2020

'I haven’t told many friends about the racist encounters on the football field'

Kerry All-Ireland winner and current Australian Rules player Stefan Okunbor on his experiences of racism in Ireland.

Gaa - Thursday 4 June, 2020

‘The only time I got near George Best was in the queue for the jacks’

How do you stop the best players on the planet weaving their magic? Garry Doyle spoke to the men who got up close and personal with George Best, Pele, Maradona, Rory McIlroy and Jonah Lomu.

'Maurice was my favourite footballer, I'm in awe of the man and I played with him'

Kerry team-mates recall Maurice Fitzgerald’s brilliant performance as he hit 0-9 in his first All-Ireland final in 1997.

Gaa - Wednesday 3 June, 2020

'The main element is fun' - the key to coaching kids successfully

Tipp selector Darragh Egan is Shane Keegan’s guest on this week’s coaching podcast.

‘One of the greatest privileges of my life was training with Matt Connor’

40 years ago this summer the Offaly legend gave one of the greatest individual displays ever witnessed in Croke Park.

'It's an insight into what life will be like after football' - Dublin All-Star firefighter focusing on the frontline

Lyndsey Davey was planning to retire from inter-county duty after this season, her 17th campaign in the Sky Blue jersey.

Gaa - Tuesday 2 June, 2020

'We were up 10 points and she just scored three or four goals' - battles with a 12-time All-Ireland winner

Former Cork camogie star Sandie Fitzgibbon reflects on the days when she came up against Angela Downey.

Gaa - Sunday 31 May, 2020

O'Rourke: 'The GAA are being ultra cautious. It's time now to be moving on a bit quicker'

Colm O’Rourke was speaking on The Sunday Game tonight.

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

It was the decade of the Banner roar. Let’s test your knowledge.

'The minute I don't enjoy it, I certainly won't play' - 15 seasons, 166 games and still driving Wexford on

Wexford’s record appearance holder on why he keeps going at inter-county level, the highs of the early years and coping with the current shutdown.

Gaa - Saturday 30 May, 2020

Life as a new Garda, a whirlwind year and love for club and county as football takes a backseat

‘Every day is different,’ says Sligo’s Denise McGrath. ‘With every call you never know what’s coming around the corner. It’s a very exciting job.’

'It was definitely about personal growth' - the Roscommon footballer who joined the circus

Ronan Brady took the road less travelled.

Gaa - Friday 29 May, 2020

No green light for GAA teams to train in small groups but walking tracks could re-open

The GAA insist they will stick rigidly to the government’s plan for reopening.

Gaa - Thursday 28 May, 2020

'If we open up the pitches, it's going to be jammers... one death is too many'

Mayo captain Aidan O’Shea believes the GAA needs to be cautious about reopening pitches.

'I'll always remember the three of us looking at each other, thinking that this could be the end of us'

Cork dual star Briege Corkery is this week’s guest on our GAA podcast Warriors.

'I had an eye on Donegal': Pat Gilroy blames himself for Dublin's 2012 loss to Mayo

‘I saw (Donegal) as the real danger that year.’

Gaa - Wednesday 27 May, 2020

GAA putting together roadmap towards reopening pitches 'in a safe way', says director general

Tom Ryan also confirmed that the GAA still intend to stage Cúl Camps this summer, pending advice from relevant authorities.

‘It was wonderful being in that room because history was made’

Former GAA President Sean Kelly lifts the lid on the politics involved in opening up Croke Park to soccer and rugby.

'Take what you feel is needed and go do your best' - preparing a team for a big day

Stephen Rochford shared his wisdom with Shane Keegan on this week’s coaching podcast.

Connacht GAA expect €3 million Air Dome to be completed in September

‘It will be a huge addition to the country, not alone to Connacht,’ said provincial secretary John Prenty.

Gaa - Tuesday 26 May, 2020

Fundraising underway for 22-month-old Monaghan girl as GAA community comes together once again All For One And One For All This post contains videos

Fundraising underway for 22-month-old Monaghan girl as GAA community comes together once again

Clubs across the country have undertaken remarkable fundraising efforts over the past few weeks.

Antrim boss says it's 'logical' to resume county game before club

Lenny Harbinson believes the fewer numbers involved make the return of the inter-county game easier to manage.

Quiz: Test your knowledge of All-Ireland football final goalscorers

Let’s find out how much you know here.

Here's what you can expect from your membership of The42 this week

Sportswriting chat, GAA icons, a coaching masterclass and another journey through space and time.

'Please reopen our GAA pitches' - calls grow from star players for changes to current shutdown plan

TJ Reid and Steven McDonnell have both called for club grounds to be re-opened sooner than the planned 20 July date.

Gaa - Monday 25 May, 2020

Here are the classic games coming up on eir Sport

Fans of Manchester United, Liverpool, rugby and GAA are in for a sporting bonanza over the next week.

'I was probably best to just keep my mouth shut' - Seán Óg Ó hAilpín on Cork strike regrets

The Rebels legend says there’s a willingness from all sides on Leeside to get the county back to winning ways.

Gaa - Sunday 24 May, 2020

Quiz: How well do you remember Waterford's great 2000s hurling team?

Time to test your knowledge.

'By the fourth or fifth injury I was thinking was it even worth it and was considering packing it in'

Cork footballer Sean Powter on his injury struggles, a return to football in 2020 and a plan for a career in medicine.

'It's in the title. It's a song for everyone in Ireland' - The Sunday Game's cover of a Dubliners classic Song For Ireland This post contains videos

'It's in the title. It's a song for everyone in Ireland' - The Sunday Game's cover of a Dubliners classic

Kildare supporter Dan McCabe collaborated with the RTÉ GAA show to pay tribute to frontline workers.

Gaa - Saturday 23 May, 2020

'I was at home before Paddy was in the graveyard' - paying respects to GAA heroes in era of Covid-19

Offaly legend Paddy Fenning was laid to rest in Tullamore this week, where strict social distancing measures took place.

Gaa - Friday 22 May, 2020

Here are the classic GAA games coming up on TG4

Another eight famous games are coming up on All-Ireland gold in June.

LGFA suspends injury fund following reports of groups planning to train in non-GAA facilities

Individuals who participate in such training sessions will be ‘personally responsible’ for any injury costs incurred.

Gaa - Thursday 21 May, 2020

'I kind of felt guilty coming in because Michael and John were two brilliant players'

Galway dual star Alan Kerins is this week’s guest on our GAA podcast Warriors.

Down GAA mourn passing of legendary All-Ireland winning player and coach

John Murphy scored a goal in Down’s All-Ireland final win over Kerry in 1968.

'There’s so much anxiety, challenges and uncertainty. People’s mental health is the most important part'

Dublin star Sinéad Goldrick on life during the current Covid-19 pandemic and missing social interaction with her team-mates.

'It's good to be back' - Former Mayo star relieved to reopen family business as lockdown eases Moving Forward This post contains videos

'It's good to be back' - Former Mayo star relieved to reopen family business as lockdown eases

Mortimer Quarries resumed their operations on Monday.

Gaa - Wednesday 20 May, 2020

Why coaches quickly learning young players' names is so important

A human connection is key to coaching, James Scott tells Shane Keegan on the latest episode of How To Win At Dominoes.

Tributes paid after sudden death of former Mayo minor footballer RIP

Tributes paid after sudden death of former Mayo minor footballer

Darragh Sloyan, 35, represented Mayo through the underage grades during his career.

Tadhg Kennelly's future in doubt with Sydney Swans - reports

The 2005 Premiership winner is the club’s latest high-profile casualty following cuts due to Covid-19.