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Dublin: 12 °C Sunday 19 May, 2019

Gaa - Sunday 5 May, 2019

A time when Dublin GAA stars stepped out in flared jeans and more Tweets of the Week

Also featuring Peter Crouch and Aidan O’Mahony.

'I'll get a proper taste' - Cavan star forward heading to Oz to chase AFLW contract

Aishling Sheridan will spend four weeks playing for a VFLW team alongside Clare’s Ailish Considine.

The growth of English-born GAA players and raising the sport's profile in London

A native of the English capital, reporter Conor Martin was inspired to write about Ireland’s national sport through his Dublin roots.

Déise veteran relishing the opportunity to come full circle in 19th consecutive season

Michelle Ryan has had some journey since joining the Waterford senior panel in 2001.

Poll: Who will win today's 2019 Division 1 league final - Cork or Galway? Serious Support This post contains a poll

Poll: Who will win today's 2019 Division 1 league final - Cork or Galway?

Throw-in at Parnell Park is 4pm, and the action will be shown live on TG4.

Gaa - Saturday 4 May, 2019

Meath make up for 2018 heartbreak with league final win as Fermanagh crowned champions elsewhere

The Royals landed the Division 3 title in Clones, title while Eimear Smyth was Fermanagh’s hero in the Division 4 final.

James Horan confident Mayo can avoid distractions in New York and come out on top

The Exiles’ boss Justin O’Halloran is ready for ‘the best team in Ireland’ though.

Cora Staunton suffers career-threatening double leg-break in Australia

The Mayo native suffered the injury during a game for UNSW-ES Bulldogs.

Knee fracture rules Kilkenny's All-Star goalkeeper out of Leinster hurling race

Eoin Murphy will watch on for Kilkenny’s provincial action.

Gaa - Friday 3 May, 2019

Dublin boss confirms Connolly has not yet been recalled but leaves door open for return

The attacking star last lined out in the 2017 All-Ireland final for Dublin.

Cork and Galway name starting XVs for Division 1 league decider

Throw-in at Parnell Park is at 4pm on Sunday.

'They’re giving the public what they want' - Sunday Game pundit backs hurling-heavy schedule

Derek McGrath believes RTÉ made the right decision to televise nine Munster SHC games this summer.

New York manager says place in All-Ireland qualifiers would be huge boost

New York have never won a Championship football match in 20 attempts.

'Cork are just a phenomenal team. It's an opportunity for us and we're accepting that challenge'

Tim Rabbitte’s Galway hope to finish a successful league campaign on a high in Sunday’s decider.

'Lads have fundraised for it and they still get grief' - Ex-Déise boss defends training camp culture

Derek McGrath says that training camps are a vital part of a team’s championship preparation.

Gaa - Thursday 2 May, 2019

Quiz: Name the 33 managers in the 2019 All-Ireland senior football championship race?

The season begins on Sunday in London and New York.

All-Ireland club winners return and 3 new faces in starting side as Galway set for trip to London

Kevin Walsh takes his side to Ruislip on Sunday.

From soccer Stateside to rugby for Ireland, Sligo's globetrotting captain gunning for national glory

37-year-old Jacqui Mulligan has had a colourful sporting career.

'He’s enjoying himself out there. He’s playing a bit of rugby and drinking a few pints'

Joe Canning says that his nephew Jack is having a good time with the Northern Suburbs Rugby Club in Sydney.

3 Mayo debutants and a pair of changes from league final win for Sunday's game against New York

James Horan’s side line out in Gaelic Park for Sunday’s Connacht opener.

'I think most of that comes from a few empty vessels' - Galway boss rejects criticism of team's style of play

Kevin Walsh’s team begin their Connacht campaign on Sunday against London.

Gaa - Wednesday 1 May, 2019

'It's something as a child you dream of. To do that alongside my sister in Australia is class'

From the west of Ireland to the West Coast Eagles, Mayo sisters Niamh and Grace Kelly on seizing the opportunity of a lifetime.

'A dream come true': 46-year-old keeper in line to make Championship debut for Waterford

Darren Mulhearne was first called into the senior panel at 17, back in 1989.

Peter Crowley out for Championship after suffering season-ending knee injury

The Kerry defender featured in all eight of the Kingdom’s league games this year.

'Paul's collection of medals is a testament to the impact he has had': Gavin pays tribute to retiring Dubs star Flynn

Jim Gavin heaped praise on Paul Flynn after the six-time All-Ireland winner announced his retirement today.

From Camogie star Ashling Thompson pleads guilty to assault in Cork nightclub All-Ireland Star

Camogie star Ashling Thompson pleads guilty to assault in Cork nightclub

Jennifer Coakley told Cork District Court that the attack came from nowhere.

'If I set something for myself I might be disappointed if I get a setback' - Canning on injury

The Galway star is continuing his recovery after sustaining a serious groin injury in their league semi-final against Waterford.

Cork unfazed as Páirc wait continues with Fitzgerald's focus firmly on league final

The 11-time All-Ireland winners were set to make their long-awaited bow there next month – but that’s now unlikely.

Dublin's Paul Flynn calls time on magnificent inter-county football career

‘While my heart says play on, unfortunately my body says it’s time to call it a day.’

Gaa - Tuesday 30 April, 2019

All-Ireland winners Limerick unveil 37-man panel for 2019 championship campaign

Limerick start out against Cork on Sunday 19 May.

Munster hurling dominates as RTÉ announce schedule of 31 live GAA games for 2019 season

The season begins with live games from Walsh Park and Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Sunday 12 May.

Rod Stewart concert a factor in venue change for Munster senior football semi-final

Cork will play in Páirc Uí Rinn on 1 June against Tipperary or Limerick.

Clare planning without injured trio ahead of start of 2019 Munster campaign

Jamie Shanahan, Ian Galvin and Conor McGrath are all set to be absent.

'I think it’s a load of nonsense' - Waterford boss hits out at GAA ban on training camps

Paraic Fanning is not happy with the GAA’s plans to clamp down on camps from next year.

'I think they’re streets ahead of everybody' - Owen Mulligan backing Tyrone for Ulster championship

The retired Red Hand forward also has firm views on the style of play his former team should employ.

'We need Cork to be the Cork of old...and that's a Kerryman saying that'

Aidan O’Mahony believes Kerry need to be properly tested in the Munster Championship this year.

Gaa - Monday 29 April, 2019

'Parents are texting instead of encouraging their kids': Meath GAA club praised for banning mobile phones

Navan O’Mahonys has banned use of mobile phones by parents at their Saturday nursery sessions.

Dara Ó Cinnéide's new TV series looks at the worth and value of GAA - and how it's changing

GAA Eile begins tonight at 8.30pm on RTÉ One.

'We would have loved to have him': No chance of Galway hurling star lining out for New York

Johnny Glynn will not feature against Mayo next Sunday, says New York manager Justin O’Halloran.

Poll: Who do you think will win this year's Connacht senior football championship? Prediction Time This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will win this year's Connacht senior football championship?

The action starts next weekend in London and New York.