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#Gaelic Football

# gaelic-football - Yesterday’s News

Kearns the All-Star turn as Mayo get the better of Storm Dennis and Waterford to bag crucial win

Peter Leahy’s side’s second victory of the campaign lifts them to joint second in the table.

More Moloney magic inspires Tipperary to vital league victory over stubborn Westmeath

2019 Intermediate Player of the Year Aishling Moloney hit 0-10 of the Premier’s 0-11 tally.

Three-goal Cavan seal big win over Laois, as Offaly and Wicklow also triumph in difficult conditions

There were three rescheduled National Football League fixtures down for decision this afternoon.

# gaelic-football - Saturday 15 February, 2020

Meath seal Leinster U20 semi-final clash with holders Dublin as Kildare also advance

The Lilywhites will face either Laois or Westmeath whose quarter-final clash was postponed.

Roscommon too strong for Sligo but have to wait on final opponents as Galway v Leitrim postponed

The Rossies advanced but today’s other semi-final fell foul of Storm Dennis.

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Called off! Storm Dennis causes GAA postponements around the country

The Limerick-Waterford hurling league game tonight has been called off.

# gaelic-football - Friday 14 February, 2020

Widening county eligibility, playing in the US and 7 other Congress motions with big implications

Congress is just two weeks away. Here’s what you need to know.

# gaelic-football - Thursday 13 February, 2020

'I got a call once from Tadhg Kennelly' - Fenton on AFL trial offer

Brian Fenton also discusses the time he was dropped from the Dublin minor panel by Dessie Farrell.

# gaelic-football - Wednesday 12 February, 2020

GPA not happy after GAA annual reports and hit out at 'problem child' tag

The players’ group are disappointed that the ‘so-called unsustainable costs’ of the inter-county games have been highlighted.

'I've always got what I deserved, whether that's a failure or a sending-off in an All-Ireland final'

Dublin All-Ireland winner Jonny Cooper on learning, growing, and facing new challenges on and off the field.

'I'd be the first to say Colm meant no harm' - Gough explains why he called out O'Rourke's language

‘Colm may not have known that the language was a homophobic slur but we need to be big enough to say that it is.’

Dublin defender Cooper set for return as he enjoys life under childhood hero Farrell

‘It is nice to get a different voice and different perspective,’ the six-time All-Ireland winner says.

WATCH LIVE: Cork IT v Mary Immaculate College, Trench Cup final

Watch this evening’s football decider from DCU.

How Joyce's belief and freedom turned Galway's most gifted attacker into force to be reckoned with

We take a closer look at Shane Walsh’s display against Donegal and why he’s thriving under Padraic Joyce.

# gaelic-football - Tuesday 11 February, 2020

GAA expect long-term Páirc Uí Chaoimh debt will be 'in the region' of €20 million

Director-General Tom Ryan spoke about the issue in his annual report released today.

'It's PC gone mad' - Clare councillor calls on Minister to influence Joe Brolly's RTÉ return

Gerry Flynn is bringing forward a motion calling for Brolly to be reinstated on the panel.

Warning over GAA team spending and Euro 2020 to impact on Croke Park concerts

The GAA are also set to name their new second-tier football championship at the end of February.

4G playing pitches, a hotel and social housing all part of plan after GAA acquire Clonliffe College site

It was announced last July that the GAA had purchased the Drumcondra site.

22% increase in gate receipts fuels 2019 GAA revenue reaching €73m

The 2019 Director-General and Financial reports were issued today by the GAA.

McKenna returns to Tyrone from AFL club 'due to homesickness and family-related reasons'

McKenna has been playing with Essendon since October 2014.

# gaelic-football - Monday 10 February, 2020

Refs chief on Clifford's red and why more time should've been played at end of Meath-Mayo

Willie Barrett discusses the weekend’s time-keeping issues and David Clifford’s controversial red card.

GAA re-fix football league games for next weekend after Storm Ciara caused postponements

The weather has also caused havoc on the Ulster schools GAA scene.

Former Cavan player Mackey has transfer to 2018 Leinster club champions approved

Mullinalaghta will now be able to call on the services of the ex county forward.

'It’s one rule for the Dublins and bigger names in this world and a different rule for everybody else'

Andy McEntee was frustrated with the lack of extra time played at the end of stoppage-time.

Cork 'not that hopeful' over injury to defender and panel to be cut before Tipp game

Yesterday’s win over Down leaves Cork top of Division 3 of the football league.

# gaelic-football - Sunday 9 February, 2020

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

All the action from a different angle.

Major blow for Mayo as key defender set for lengthy absence with 'significant knee injury'

James Horan is hopeful that Colm Boyle will play some part in their championship campaign.

Roscommon too strong for Clare at the Hyde despite early red card

The hosts saw Niall Daly dismissed for a second yellow card after just 23 minutes.

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Clifford sent off as McShane returns in tense Tyrone win over Kerry

Kerry’s captain picked up a contentious second yellow card as his side fell to a one-point defeat in Edendork.

Cork finish with 13 men but stay top of Division 3 after success over Down

A crowd 1,658 in Páirc Uí Chaoimh for today’s clash.

Super sub McLoughlin bags late goal against Meath to hand Mayo first league win

Kevin McLoughlin dispatched 1-2 after his half-time introduction.

# gaelic-football - Friday 7 February, 2020

Monaghan make two changes for Croke Park clash with Dublin

The teams will meet tomorrow at Croke Park in Division One of the Allianz Football League.

# gaelic-football - Wednesday 5 February, 2020

Massive boost for Tyrone as McShane opts against Australian move

Adelaide Crows confirmed the talismanic forward’s decision on Wednesday night Irish time.

# gaelic-football - Saturday 1 February, 2020

Cavan strike late for first league win and Laois come good to defeat Armagh

In Division 4 there was success earlier today for Wexford over Carlow.

# gaelic-football - Friday 31 January, 2020

3 changes for Cork's trip to Leitrim and Mayo make 4 switches before facing Dublin

Ronan McCarthy and James Horan have announced their teams.

# gaelic-football - Wednesday 29 January, 2020

Dublin and Monaghan stars lead the way as DCU crowned Sigerson Cup champions

The third-level decider took place at the DCU Sportsground, and it’s a fifth title for the hosts.

# gaelic-football - Sunday 26 January, 2020

Late drama with two Laois goals grabbing draw as Roscommon let lead slip

Evan O’Carroll and Kieran Lillis netted late on at Dr Hyde Park.

Finnerty goal decisive as Joyce makes winning start to league with Galway

The Division 1 opener against Monaghan took place in Pearse Stadium.

# gaelic-football - Saturday 25 January, 2020

Cork make winning start to League campaign in historic first game at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

The meeting with Westmeath marked the first time the Cork senior ladies played a competitive game at the Páirc.

As it happened: Dublin v Kerry, Donegal v Mayo, GAA match tracker

There’s two massive games of football on the opening night of the new National League season.

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