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Gaa - Wednesday 26 December, 2018

O'Donnell, Glynn or Lehane - what's your favourite hurling goal from this 2018 shortlist? Back Of The Net This post contains videos

O'Donnell, Glynn or Lehane - what's your favourite hurling goal from this 2018 shortlist?

It was a magical of hurling with some tremendous scores on show.

Gaa - Tuesday 25 December, 2018

20 heartwarming moments from the 2018 GAA season

Limerick ending their long wait for Liam MacCarthy, Kildare’s famous win over Mayo and Mullinalaghta’s fairytale journey.

Remembering the people the sports world lost in 2018

From age-old superstars to tragic figures taken far too soon, there were many to mourn.

'Our pre-seasons were brutal. I’ve never gone through anything like it in my life'

Derry legend Dermot McNicholl discusses his stint in the AFL, the Oak Leafers’ All-Ireland victory 25 years ago and the rise in GAA stars heading Down Under.

Clifford, Flynn or McCarron - what's your favourite football goal from this 2018 shortlist? Top Of The Tree This post contains videos

Clifford, Flynn or McCarron - what's your favourite football goal from this 2018 shortlist?

There were a few excellent goals to savour in 2018.

'Women's sport hasn't been visible enough to occupy that same spot in our hearts. It should, it can and it will'

One of the brains behind the 20×20 campaign, Sarah Colgan, sat down with The42 to delve deeper into the landmark campaign.

Quiz: How well do you remember the 2018 hurling year?

Let’s test your knowledge.

Dunphy to hurling's meaning: some of our favourite sportswriting of 2018

Get the kettle on and find that selection box.

Open thread: What was your favourite moment from the 2018 sporting year? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

Open thread: What was your favourite moment from the 2018 sporting year?

From Ireland’s Grand Slam triumph to our hockey stars claiming silver at the World Cup, it’s been a year to remember.

Gaa - Monday 24 December, 2018

Moving On! 11 hurlers who retired from the inter-county game in 2018

Waterford, Cork, Limerick, Dublin, Offaly, Clare and Derry players departed this year.

From Croke Park to the trenches: the forgotten GAA heroes of World War I

Dr Dónal McAnallen has found at least 10 All-Ireland finalists that fought in WWI.

Gaa - Sunday 23 December, 2018

Live stats on big screens and preventing player burnout: the future of GPS data in the GAA

We chat to Patrick Hogan of STATSports about the work they do with the likes of Dublin, Mayo and Waterford.

From exhilarating highs to gut-wrenching lows: 2018, the year A Star Was Born

From a dream debut and huge championship to a devastating injury, Saoirse Noonan had a whirlwind 2018.

Ciaran Byrne: 'The pain was crazy. I looked at my foot and it was facing the opposite way.'

After a year where he ended his AFL career and suffered a serious injury, Louth’s Ciaran Byrne is looking forward to 2019.

Gaa - Saturday 22 December, 2018

1-4 from O'Rorke helps Kenny's youthful Dublin hurlers past Dubs Stars

Mattie Kenny is in his debut campaign in charge of Dublin.

First-half blitz inspires Dr Crokes to O'Donoghue Cup success over Kilcummin

There were 15 points separating the sides at half-time, with two goals in quick succession from Kieran O’Leary effectively ending the game as a contest.

Lynch and McHugh hit 3-8 as Dublin round off 2018 with comfortable win over Dubs Stars

Kevin McManamon scored four points for the losing team.

Jason Sherlock's fascinating life story to be told in new documentary over Christmas

Jayo will be broadcast on Sunday 30 December 2018 on RTÉ One at 9.30pm.

'You can't get away from the fact that hurling tends to evoke emotions which are extraordinary in people'

Paul Rouse’s book ‘The Hurlers’ explores the making of the modern game.

'Success touches everyone and it’s uplifting' - the Cork duo who finally landed club glory in 2018

For All-Ireland winners Michael Shields and Noel O’Leary, it was a year to remember.

Gaa - Friday 21 December, 2018

21 of the best pictures from A Season of Sundays 2018

Sportsfile have released their annual collection of images chronicling the GAA season.

Gaa - Thursday 20 December, 2018

Maughan's Offaly reign begins in defeat as Kildare romp to 12-point win

U20 Footballer of the Year Jimmy Hyland scored 0-6 for the victors.

One last win for the All-Ireland hurling champions before Christmas

Limerick had 15 points to spare over Kerry in Tralee tonight.

Man of the match for Coney on Tyrone return as young star Canavan makes scoring debut

Tyrone saw off Derry by nine points tonight in the Dr McKenna Cup.

Kildare, Laois, Wexford and Derry unveil starting sides for pre-Christmas football clashes

There’s action tonight in the O’Byrne Cup and Dr McKenna Cup.

6 of Limerick All-Ireland winning hurling heroes to start tonight in their final game of 2018

Limerick travel to Tralee to take on Kerry.

Gaa - Wednesday 19 December, 2018

Former Dublin U21 boss and senior coach lands new inter-county hurling job

John McEvoy takes charge of the Derry hurlers, with another ex-Dublin U21 manager by his side.

Boost for Tyrone as attacking pair return to starting side and Canavan's son named on the bench

Tyrone will travel to Celtic Park tomorrow night to face Derry.

Staying On! Gavin to remain in charge of Dublin until end of 2021 championship

Jim Gavin has agreed to stay on for another three years.

New documentary to look back at Offaly's famous All-Ireland win that ended Kerry's five-in-a-row dream 1982 This post contains videos

New documentary to look back at Offaly's famous All-Ireland win that ended Kerry's five-in-a-row dream

Players of the Faithful will be broadcast on RTÉ One on 28 December.

Sexton's last-gasp drop goal against France voted most memorable Irish sporting moment of 2018

And Ireland’s win over the All Blacks was the greatest Irish sporting achievement.

Gaa - Tuesday 18 December, 2018

Pairc Ui Chaoimh directors to clarify cost of redevelopment, while work will take place on pitch

GAA president John Horan and Cork chairperson Tracey Kennedy released a joint statement.

Clare native joins Limerick coaching setup for All-Ireland hurling defence in 2019 season

Aonghus O’Brien will work under John Kiely next year.

'Rotten to the core' - Galway GAA under fire as damning financial mismanagement outlined

Treasurer Michael Burke led the way at last night’s heated convention.

Gaa - Monday 17 December, 2018

Dates, times and venues confirmed for the 2019 All-Ireland club championship ties

We’re getting to the semi-final stage of the hurling and football competitions.

4 senior inter-county GAA games on the Thursday night before Christmas

All-Ireland hurling champions Limerick and football finalists Tyrone are among the teams involved.

Eddie Brennan: 'I just can't understand why lads would not want to hurl for their county'

The new Laois manager has players unavailable to him for the 2019 season.

Gaa - Sunday 16 December, 2018

Dublin hurlers end the year on a high with victory over Offaly in Walsh Cup

Meanwhile, in the Dr McKenna Cup Section B Round 1, Armagh thrashed St Mary’s University College.

Rivals unite as Sean Cox fundraiser sees Meath overcome All-Ireland champions Dublin

The rival counties united to raise funds for Sean Cox, who was attacked before a Liverpool game in April.

Jack Carty's lost boots, Mullinalaghta homecoming, the Mourneabbey nine and more Tweets of the Week

Here’s the best of what the world of sport had to offer on Twitter over the past seven days.