All-Ireland SFC Final
Kerry 2-9 Donegal 0-12
It may have looked sour but for Kerry this was sweet.
By the time he got back to the dressing room, it was more vacant than victorious.More
Cork SFC quarter-final
Ballincollig 0-20 Muskerry 1-9
A marvellous display of attacking football saw ballincollig crush divisional side Muskerry in the quarter-final of the county championship at Cloughduv last night to earn a semi-final tilt against Nemo Rangers in a fortnight’s time.
Cork SFC quarter-final
Carbery Rangers 1-13 Clonakilty 1-8
They have been knocking on the Cork SFC door for a few years now, looking for their first senior title since moving up to the grade almost 10 years ago.
Premier IHC semi-final
Ballyhea 0-18Cloyne 2-10
Neil Ronan is entertaining the media scrum when a delighted Ballyhea supporter throws her arms around the veteran centre-forward.
Waterford SHC semi-final
Ballygunner 0-17 Dungarvan 1-12
Ballygunner breathed a deep sigh of relief as they passed a searching test of their title credentials against Dungarvan last night.
It’s a mark of Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s leadership that, at least up until the team was released on Thursday night, nobody made a big deal of their being so many final debutants in his group.More
When we took Jim over to Celtic, there was a lot of pressure on him writes Neil LennonMore
HE still spins around Killarney on his bike at 55, looking as fresh as paint, uncreased by the stresses of life and Kerry’s roller-coaster ride to Croke Park.More
No matter what happens on Sunday, mackerel season in October will see every moment relived across the radio waves when the fishing fleets from Donegal and Kerry meet off the north-west coast.More
Kerry legend Seamus Moynihan believes the attempts of an individual to spy on the county’s training proves the importance of closed door sessions.More
It was from O’Neill’s pub in Vilamoura harbour on this weekend last year that Karl Lacey watched the All-Ireland final.More
In America, basketball’s big men are separated into two distinct categories; guys like Kieran Donaghy who play ‘above the rim’, and guys like me, ‘space-eaters’.More
Razor-sharp with the placed ball and a keen eye for raising the green flag, Shane Ryan stands as Rathmore’s top-scorer in this season’s club championship.More
The very fact the Kerry forward unit carries a most potent look despite the decision of management to omit top-scorer Jordan Kiely from the starting team speaks volumes of the talent coursing through this side.More
Kevin McStay has received strong backing from several Mayo clubs in his bid to become the county’s senior football manager.More
Donegal boss Jim McGuinness has opted against publicly naming his starting side for tomorrow’s All-Ireland SFC against Kerry at Croke Park.More
It’s been just over two weeks since Donegal turned the bookies odds on their head and delivered their finest display of the Jim McGuinness era, seeing off heavily-favoured Dublin with a pulsating semi-final performance that few outside the set-up saw coming.More
GAA espionage reached a new level in Fitzgerald Stadium on Tuesday evening when a man scarpered having been spotted attempting to watch Kerry’s behind-closed-doors training session — from a tree!More
Kieran McGeeney has hit out at what he claims to be the "bad rap" afforded to Jim McGuinness’s Donegal and compared criticisms of perceived defensiveness by some pundits to those shipped by his own Armagh side during their Noughties heydays.More
Kevin Walsh’s ascension to the position of Galway football manager is a foregone conclusion after Pete Warren withdrew his candidacy.More
Dohenys find themselves in tomorrow evening’s Cork SFC relegation play-off against St Vincent’s in Kilmurry (5pm) having lost their three games to date by a total of 24 points.More
Cork ladies football manager Eamonn Ryan has bemoaned the fact that 28 members of his panel were involved in club action less than a fortnight before their All-Ireland final contest against Dublin on Sunday week.More
Limerick GAA chiefs last night rubber-stamped the controversial appointment of John Kiely as U21 hurling manager.More
TOO OFTEN, the Cork team which won the 1989 All-Ireland has had to gather together in sorrow rather than joy.More
"Those lads may play with Kerry for another dozen years, and they will never experience something like that again," says Kerry keeper-turned-selector Diarmuid Murphy.More
At the time, it was that serious Eamonn Fitzmaurice felt the decision necessitated an open letter to Kerry supporters.More
No Declan O’Sullivan in the team, no Colm Cooper in the squad and two changes to the side that beat Mayo.More
Former Kerry All-Ireland winning footballer Tommy Walsh has revealed it is a case of "when, not if" he returns to the green and gold.More
Jim McGuinness has created a welcome precedent, but specific sports psychologists are required by county teams, according to the University of Limerick’s Dr Tadhg McIntyre.More