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Dublin: 12 °C Sunday 19 May, 2019

Gaa - Sunday 28 April, 2019

Mayo's Kelly sisters set for AFLW move as the latest Irish stars to cross codes

Niamh and Grace Kelly have agreed terms with the West Coast Eagles.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

All the action from a different angle.

Mayo's Rowe re-signs with Collingwood for 2020 AFL Women's season

The 23-year-old won a number of personal awards during an impressive debut campaign in Australia.

Gaa - Saturday 27 April, 2019

Defending Ulster minor champions Monaghan get off to winning start while Tyrone hold off Donegal

There were also victories for Cavan and Derry in the first round of their provincial campaigns.

Kilkenny minors avenge Leinster final defeat with narrow win over Dublin as Wexford edge out Offaly

There were also Round 1 victories for Carlow, Kildare and Laois.

Cork power past Clare - and Storm Hannah - to claim All-Ireland minor title

Clodagh Finn scored 1-8 as Cork made it two-in-a-row at the minor grade.

'The GAA looked the other way because it was so popular - they'd have crowds of thousands'

Helena Byrne on the forgotten history of women’s football in Ireland

Gaa - Friday 26 April, 2019

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Donegal club given appeal hearing date over proposed eight-week ban for hosting soccer charity event

Naomh Colmcille have been cited by the Donegal county management for permitting a fundraising soccer tournament to be played on their grounds.

Laois native set for first taste of AFL action in 2019 after absence with knee injury

Zach Tuohy will make his comeback for Geelong on Sunday.

'They're not like Paul Pogba waiting for their Rolls Royces instead of going on the bus'

Kieran Donaghy says the lack of pre-championship expectation will help Kerry as they bid to stop Dublin’s ‘drive for five’.

Kilkenny legend tips 2019 All-Ireland final rematch, but says Clare need to get to the decider

JJ Delaney predicts another meeting of Limerick and Galway in this year’s All-Ireland final.

'The last two All-Ireland finals were just a game of frees and probably looked like crap from the sideline'

Kilkenny camogie star Grace Walsh believes that changes need to be made to make the game more free-flowing.

Gaa - Thursday 25 April, 2019

Dublin can learn from Kilkenny's failed 'drive-for-five' bid, says Delaney

Nine-time All-Ireland winner JJ Delaney has warned Dublin of the challenges they’ll face as they aim to make history.

'This championship, more than any championship over the last decade, is the most important for Meath'

Senan Connell reckons the Royals must reach the Super 8s, says Donegal can be contenders, and feels Mayo must win Connacht.

Canning could yet return to help Galway's Leinster three-in-a-row bid

The Tribesman went under the knife on the injury he sustained in the league semi-final defeat to Waterford.

From provincial action to All-Ireland finals - Sky announce 2019 GAA coverage

It’s nearly that time of year again…

Kerry legend Kieran Donaghy unveiled as Sky Sports' newest GAA pundit

The four-time All-Ireland winner will appear throughout the summer as a football analyst.

Donegal man pleads with GAA to overturn club ban for staging 'unauthorised' fundraiser

Paul Dillon, who has Motor Neurone Disease, feels ‘guilty’ that Naomh Colmcille have been suspended.

'Not making a big deal out of it but I think when you go back you would prefer to have a bit of protection'

Leitrim defender Micheal McWeeney on the role of referees in club games and a two-tier championship proposal.

Gaa - Wednesday 24 April, 2019

Late flurry of goals sees Castleknock edge out St Vincent's while St Judes overcome Raheny

There were also wins for Balinteer St John’s and Thomas Davis in the Dublin SFC.

Tipperary set-up Munster MFC phase 1 final date with Clare after thrilling draw against Limerick

Meanwhile, Waterford rallied to edge out the Banner with a dramatic one-point victory.

'It can snowball a small bit' - Mayo boss confident that New York trip will run smoothly after 2014 experience

James Horan hopeful that they can utilise what they learned from the tie five years ago in Gaelic Park.

'Definitely a conversation to be had' about a second-tier championship, says Leinster club winner

Mullinalaghta star Shane Mulligan says that there is scope to have a debate about bringing in such a competition.

'It’s the wrongest word going. You ask any player, they love what they’re doing'

The Mayo boss doesn’t agree that demands have increased on players since his last spell in charge.

Mid-June comeback for Galway captain after injury in soccer match on St Stephen's Day

Damien Comer is recovering after fracturing a bone in his foot.

Gaa - Tuesday 23 April, 2019

Dublin winning five-in-a-row 'most likely scenario' and 'glad' to have played football in a different era

Trevor Giles thinks that this could be an interesting championship given Dublin’s defeats in the league.

Connacht GAA hope their €3 million Air Dome will be finished by late 2019

The project is to be developed at the province’s centre of excellence in Mayo.

Camogie players and managers invited to feedback forum amid calls for change

The rules of the game have been hit out at time and time again of late.

Gaa - Monday 22 April, 2019

'Big lift' as Cork get their day in the sun again with thrilling win over rivals Dublin

It was a victory to remember for Ephie Fitzgerald’s side, who now face Galway in the league final.

'When we first came in, there was a rota for bringing food. We used to pay to come to training'

Mayo captain Niamh Kelly on how far ladies football has come, and her side’s resurgence in 2019.

Galway star Cooney marks return home from Australia with brilliant display for Sarsfields

The 28-year-old only returned home a few days ago but lined out at full-forward against Kilnadeema-Leitrim.

Gaa - Sunday 21 April, 2019

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

All the action from a different angle.

Cork knock reigning champions Dublin out in Division 1 semi-final

Orla Finn starred with 13 points for the Rebels.

'It's so strange going out on the pitch and not seeing her there'

Camogie and hurling is a way of life for the Farrells of Thomastown and Kilkenny.

Gaa - Saturday 20 April, 2019

Grace the hero as Tipperary claim first league title

Meanwhile, Kildare stormed to Division 3 glory on Saturday afternoon.

Galway impress on their way to first Division 1 final in four years

Róisín Leonard was clinical for the Tribeswomen at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park.

Gaa - Friday 19 April, 2019

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Cork, Dublin, Donegal and Galway unveil starting teams ahead of football league semi-finals

The Division 1 semi-finals are both down for decision this weekend.

Family, friends and GAA stars salute Mayo native set for landmark 150th AFL appearance on Sunday

Pearce Hanley will become the fifth Irish player to hit the 150 mark.