# National League

Last year
# Flawless
O'Connor on fire as Wexford maintain perfect start with six-point win over Galway
Darragh Egan’s side came away from Salthill with another crucial win.
All time
# Rivals
Wexford Youths keep National League title hopes alive with late winner
Lynn Marie Grant snatched an unlikely victory over Shelbourne at the death.
# division three
Derry cruise to victory over Offaly as over 2,000 fans watch on in Croke Park
The Ulster side were comfortable winners in today’s Division 3 National League final.
# new owners
Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney complete Wrexham takeover
The pair have taken 100% control of the National League club.
# National League
Tim Flowers replaces Mark Kennedy as Macclesfield manager
The former Blackburn Rovers ‘keeper is well versed on life in England’s National League.
# Foot and Mouth
'We had to walk through disinfectant buckets in our boots... You weren't allowed meet up in groups'
JP Rooney and Colm Nally recall how the Wee County suffered from the foot and mouth disease.
# the show must go on
The Irishman who played under controversial circumstances at the weekend
Michael Doyle was one of the few Irish footballers competing in England on Saturday.
# Moving On
'It's the only sport in the world where you are defined by one game' - No regrets as Moran enters next chapter
Andy Moran on life after football, Mayo’s Division 1 status, and what’s next for Donie Buckley.
# Deise
Cahill makes 9 changes to his Waterford team for Limerick clash
There’s a league debut for goalkeeper Shaun O’Brien, while Tom Barron and MJ Sutton make their first starts of the campaign.
# Seeing Red
Three red cards shown as Tipperary too strong for Waterford in Thurles
The Déise finished with just 12 men at Semple Stadium.
# Changes
A new midfield and no Tommy Walsh as Kerry name team for visit of Galway
Peter Keane has named his side for Saturday’s Division 1 clash in Tralee.
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.
# Up and Running
Late Brian Reape goal proves decisive as Mayo overcome four point deficit against Roscommon
James Horan got his Allianz League campaign off to a winning start despite torrential rain at MacHale Park.
# Back In The Game
Shamrock Rovers legend Cousins returning to management with the Hoops
The ex-Longford Town boss will be in charge of the club’s U17s in the National League.
# big miss
Tipperary star Callanan set to miss most of league campaign
The Drom-Inch club man is suffering from back problems.
# initiative
One of Dublin's most famous schoolboy clubs to be part of new U15 National League
St Kevin’s Boys will be one of the 24 sides competing in a shortened season set to begin in August.
# Conference Call
The best goal Padraig Amond has ever scored? Irish striker says it just might be
Amond continues to fire Grimsby promotion push as he takes his league haul to 30.
# Camogie
It was a good day for Limerick, Cork, Tipp and Galway while Dublin and Wexford drew
There was plenty action today in the Camogie National League.
# same same
Jim Gavin keeps faith with starting XV for Mayo trip
Dublin look to make it two wins from two in the league when they line out in Castlebar tonight.
# freshening up
Kerry make three changes as they look to get back on track against Roscommon
Eamonn FItzmaurice freshens things up after suffering a heavy loss at the hands of Dublin last time out.
# Choons
'I'd listen to a lot of Nicki Minaj, it really gets you going' - a unique pre-match GAA music choice
Cork camogie captain Ashling Thompson on what songs to select.
# Camogie
Kilkenny beat Dublin to go second while Wexford, Galway and Clare all bag wins
Here’s how the day’s camogie league action unfolded.
# Honour
'The criticism over the last few years has definitely mentally strengthened us up'
Tipperary hurler Brendan Maher wouldn’t trade in his county jersey over any amount of criticism.
# Camogie
Dublin draw with Tipperary in camogie league as Wexford, Limerick and Kilkenny are victorious
Check out how all of today’s action unfolded.
# Team-sheets
One alteration for Derry side to take on Cork as Tyrone ring the changes ahead of Kerry trip
It’s north v south in NFL Division one this Sunday.
# schedule
Here's the 23 GAA games on the inter-county agenda this weekend
The times and venues are in for a busy weekend of action.
# Newcomers
Mayo hand out two league debuts for next Sunday's clash with Kildare
Andy Moran will captain the side managed by James Horan.
# looking ahead
Eamon O’Shea on Kieran Bergin and trying to find jobs for out-of-work stars
The Premier County face Limerick in their Munster championship opener this weekend.
# Nostalgia
Here's how the Dubs won their last football league title...20 years ago
There’s a chance to end that two-decade famine next Sunday in Croke Park.
# Bouncing Back
David O'Callaghan: Dublin hurlers got carried away
“If you’re even just a couple of per cent off, any team will beat you,” says the forward with an eye on the league semi-final.
# Vote
Poll: What National Hurling League format would you like to see?
Limerick boss John Allen has described the current format as ‘elitist and marginalising’.
# Winning
Cork and Kilkenny reach Camogie last four while Mayo qualify for Ladies Football semi-finals
There were key league games in Camogie and Ladies Football this weekend.
# National League
Here are your Dublin and Kerry teams for Sunday’s Division 1 clash
The Dubs have made just two changes for the trip to Fitzgerald Stadium.
Report: Lilywhites impress with Saturday Night Lights win over Donegal
The league campaign began with a bang at GAA HQ this evening.
# Road To Recovery
Skehill targeting March comeback from shoulder injury
The Galway goalkeeper underwent surgery last week to rectify the problem that forced him off at half-time of September’s All-Ireland hurling final replay.
Baseball: Giants oust reigning champs to reach World Series
San Francisco will now play for the biggest prize in the sport, starting tomorrow night, against the Detroit Tigers.
# Matches
2013 National Football League Fixtures
The provisional fixture programme has been released for next spring’s football league action.
# No Go
Tiff: Derry fans fall out of love with Bradley
Paddy Bradley has angered some Derry supporters after admitting he was ‘pi**ed off’ having cancelled a short holiday to New York.
Armagh v Cork
Cork got the defence of their league title up and running against Armagh at the Morgan Athletic Grounds. Here’s how it unfolded…
# Premier Pink
WATCH: Tipp go pink for breast cancer campaign
Declan Ryan’s men will swap their iconic blue and gold jerseys for a pink strip in Nenagh this weekend.