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#Gaelic Football

# gaelic-football - Yesterday’s News

Tyrone defender McCarron announces his retirement from inter-county game

McCarron had suffered a season-ending knee injury last July in Croke Park.

# gaelic-football - Wednesday 20 March, 2019

Explainer: What's at stake for each county in the last round of the GAA football league?

Round 7 games are down for decision on Sunday afternoon.

# gaelic-football - Saturday 16 March, 2019

Cluxton and McCaffrey drop out as Dublin name team to face Tyrone

The two sides met in last year’s All-Ireland final.

# gaelic-football - Sunday 3 March, 2019

Sean O'Shea proves sideline score was no fluke with latest effort against Monaghan Skills This post contains videos

Sean O'Shea proves sideline score was no fluke with latest effort against Monaghan

The Kerry footballer scored 0-8 during the Kingdom’s win this afternoon.

Second-half siege helps dogged Dublin see off Roscommon in dreadful conditions

Dean Rock scored 1-5 as Dublin ran out five-point winners at Dr Hyde Park.

# gaelic-football - Saturday 2 March, 2019

Super sub Murphy makes decisive impact in narrow win for Donegal

Michael Murphy came off the bench to score 1-2 as his side overcame Armagh this evening.

Ruairi Deane's late goal gives Cork footballers a much-needed first victory

The Rebels’ first win in Division 2 has increased the relegation threat for Tipperary.

# gaelic-football - Saturday 23 February, 2019

Niamh McEvoy bags 1-5 as Dublin come from behind to beat Mayo

Mick Bohan’s side moved top of Division 1 with victory at Croke Park.

# gaelic-football - Tuesday 19 February, 2019

'I just need a break'- Donegal's MacNiallais to take time out from football after All-Ireland club exit

Odhrán MacNiallais and Gaoth Dobhair bowed out at the semi-final stage after defeat to Corofin.

# gaelic-football - Wednesday 13 February, 2019

Cork's remaining league fixtures moved as Páirc Uí Chaoimh revamp set to cost €95.8m

Páirc Uí Rinn will host the county’s remaining league ties, including double headers with the Cork ladies.

# gaelic-football - Tuesday 12 February, 2019

'Hopefully it will continue to get away from it because I don't think there's any entertainment value'

Tipperary boss Liam Kearns on the defensive approach in modern Gaelic football.

# gaelic-football - Sunday 10 February, 2019

Meath survive second-half comeback to see off Armagh in Navan

The Royals were nine points to the good at half time, but had their lead cut to just one with 10 minutes to go.

Jim Gavin denies reports that Jason Sherlock has left Dublin's management set-up

Reports this week suggested that Sherlock had left Gavin’s backroom team.

# gaelic-football - Wednesday 6 February, 2019

GAA gate receipts dropped by 14% and attendances fell by 18% last year

The football championship decreases were particularly striking in 2018.

# gaelic-football - Friday 1 February, 2019

Pat Spillane's nephew named in Kerry side seeking another league win against Cavan

The Kingdom will travel to take on Cavan this weekend after getting their league campaign off to a winning start.

# gaelic-football - Tuesday 29 January, 2019

Tyrone lacked 'a bit of balls' in league defeat to Kerry - O'Sullivan

The 2009 All-Ireland winning captain suggested that the Ulster side were ‘happier to take the safer option.’

# gaelic-football - Saturday 19 January, 2019

Controversial handpass rule ditched but four others to remain under trial through league

The GAA’s Central Council met at Croke Park today to decide on the proposed Gaelic football rule changes.

# gaelic-football - Friday 18 January, 2019

Clash between All-Ireland champions Limerick and Tipperary to kick-start RTÉ's league coverage

The national broadcaster has announced details for three live games during the 2019 Allianz Leagues.

# gaelic-football - Wednesday 16 January, 2019

Jim McGuinness: Dublin likely to be most affected by football's experimental rules

The only manager to win a Championship game against Jim Gavin believes the new rules could have a profound affect on the champions.

# gaelic-football - Tuesday 15 January, 2019

Here are the 2019 Cork senior football and hurling championship draws

There are a number of intriguing ties down for decision.

# gaelic-football - Saturday 12 January, 2019

Higgins and Boyle handed first starts of season for Mayo as 4 Corofin players in Galway side

The sides meet in Tuam Stadium tomorrow.

# gaelic-football - Tuesday 1 January, 2019

McCarthy names his side as Cork prepare to begin McGrath Cup defence

Cork and Limerick will begin their 2019 seasons by squaring off in Rathkeale on Sunday afternoon.

# gaelic-football - Monday 31 December, 2018

Quiz: Do you know what county these 2018 Gaelic football club winners are from?

How closely were you paying attention to the winners of the county finals in 2018?

The son of a Cork GAA legend's unexpected role in ending a 33-year wait

From a junior championship trouncing to a senior county final triumph, John Kerins had a year to remember.

# gaelic-football - Sunday 30 December, 2018

Mullinalaghta boss makes winning start to Cavan reign, Donegal ease to McKenna Cup victory

Mickey Graham’s tenure in Cavan is up and running.

# gaelic-football - Saturday 29 December, 2018

Fagan rescues Westmeath against Offaly while 14-man Louth see off Wicklow

The Wee County defied the first-half dismissal of Andy McDonnell to overcome the home side in Bray.

# gaelic-football - 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.

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.

# gaelic-football - 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.

# gaelic-football - Thursday 6 December, 2018

John Costello: 'It is neither the root of all fixture-making evil or a panacea for football’s ills'

The Dublin secretary addresses some of the burning topics in the GAA.

# gaelic-football - Wednesday 5 December, 2018

Here are the draws for the 2019 Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cup competitions

Reigning champions UCD and UL now know who they will face in the opening rounds next year.

# gaelic-football - Friday 30 November, 2018

The South Kerry impact that helped the Laois footballers to make progress in 2018

Colm Begley on the impact Kerry native John Sugrue had on the Leinster side.

‘If they review it and some of them don't go well, then they'll be pulled out or they'll be tweaked’

The GAA’s new proposed playing rules have drawn concerns amongst players.

# gaelic-football - Wednesday 28 November, 2018

New football rule changes to be reviewed before 2019 leagues following GAA-GPA talks

The five new rule changes will still be implemented during the pre-season competitions next year.

# gaelic-football - Tuesday 27 November, 2018

'It's not surprising. People generally are sceptical of change. That's true in any walk of life.'

The new rules for Gaelic football have sparked plenty reaction.

'We're not a kneejerk organisation' - GAA to meet GPA but no U-turn expected over new rules

John Horan and Paul Flynn are set to meet over the matter.

# gaelic-football - Sunday 18 November, 2018

Rory Beggan kicks 65th-minute free to send Scotstown into Ulster SFC final

Coleraine denied at the death after leading Monaghan champions for most of their Ulster football semi-final.

# gaelic-football - Thursday 15 November, 2018

Former Wolves goalkeeper Aaron McCarey rules out GAA return

McCarey, who was a Monaghan minor footballer for two years, is focusing on his career in another code.

# gaelic-football - Monday 12 November, 2018

Relishing inter-county management return after taking Galway heave on the chin

Anthony Cunningham: ‘I love the GAA, that’s my hobby, my past-time, my passion and that hasn’t changed.’

# gaelic-football - Tuesday 30 October, 2018

Promising Sligo forward becomes the AFL's latest Irish recruit

Red Óg Murphy has been snapped up by North Melbourne after impressing during a trial in August.

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