The GAA.ie website’s entertaining Round The Square feature has asked a host of hurling and football stars what they’d change about themselves.More
Former Kerry star Pat Spillane has described the Cork County Board’s statement regarding football manager Brian Cuthbert’s resignation as “a complete joke” and suggested that the county should consider an outside manager to replace Brian Cuthbert.More
Brian Cody knows the man down the sideline this Sunday better than most. The Kilkenny manager was invited down to De La Salle College to speak to the school team a few years ago by Derek McGrath.More
Tipperary 1-10 Galway 0-6: Tipperary manager Charlie McKeever admitted the fear of further failure was strong as his team became the only beaten provincial finalist to make the All-Ireland minor football semi-finals.More
Dean Rock has taken a different view to Jim Gavin about the refereeing performance of Padraig O’Sullivan in Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final.More
Donegal boss Rory Gallagher admits he is “a lot more optimistic” on the injury front, as his side prepare to face Mayo in the All-Ireland quarter-final on Saturday.More
Cork 3-10 Galway 2-4: Eimear Scally inspired Cork to All-Ireland Minor A Ladies Football glory in Thurles.More
Kerry will wait for an MRI scan later this week on James O’Donoghue’s injured shoulder before determining his chances of being back in action for the All-Ireland semi-final on August 23rd.More
John Cleary will decide this week if he will allow his name to be considered for the vacant Cork senior football team manager’s post.More
What to do with a problem like Michael Murphy?More
Kerry 7-16 Kildare 0-10
Eamonn Fitzmaurice may have been trying to be diplomatic after the act but there was no”kind of” about the nature of this ransacking.
There was a strange atmosphere during the opening stages of yesterdays All-Ireland quarter-final between Dublin and Fermanagh.More
The 1983 All-Ireland football final is famous for many things. The glut of sending-offs, the appalling weather, the ultimate success of the 12 apostles/dirty dozen.More
The lack of competitive games this weekend ensured they passed without any major controversy, even as we get close to the summit of the football season.More
A dejected Jason Ryan conceded yesterday’s defeat to Kerry was a more chastening one than the loss to Dublin.More
Champions Kilmallock remain unbeaten in their Limerick SHC title defence.More
Our experts run the rule over the sides still in the race for Sam Maguire.More
Former All Star Eoin Kelly was back in action for Mullinahone after an extended lay-off, and helped guide them to a 1-21 to 2-16 win over Ballingarry in an exciting South Tipperary SHC semi-final at Fethard.More
The final word, appropriately, was Sean Quigley’s.More
Eamonn Fitzmaurice was not able to provide a prognosis on James O’Donoghue’s shoulder injury following yesterday’s All-Ireland quarter-final.More
Many a manager has delivered the staple line about how a performance of the type just delivered would not do the next day.More
St Finbarr’s 1-17 Bishopstown 0-10: Accuracy and class helped St Finbarr’s to a comprehensive win over Bishopstown in yesterday’s Cork SHC Round 3 clash at Pairc Ui Rinn.More
Cloyne 4-11 Carrigaline 0-12: Two late Cloyne goals distorted the scoreline of this Cork PIHC game with Carrigaline at Páirc Uí Rinn.More
Kildorrery 1-11 Éire Óg 1-5: A depleted Éire Óg side bowed out of the Cork IHC in Mallow yesterday, Kildorrery denying them by six points to progress beyond the fourth round yesterday.More
Glenville 2-10 Ballydesmond 0-5: Glenville remain in the race for IFC honours after overcoming Ballydesmond with an eye-catching performance at Ballyclough yesterday.More
Ballincollig 0-9 Argideen Rangers 1-5: A point from a free by Cian Dorgan three minutes from time earned Ballincollig a thrilling victory over Argideen Rangers in the Cork IHC at Kilbrittain yesterday.More
Macroom 4-8 Newmarket 2-11: Gaining momentum with every outing, Macroom booked a Cork Premier IFC quarter-final date with either Éire Óg or Grenagh when edging home at wind and rain-swept Dromtarriffe yesterday.More
Valley Rovers 1-19 Bandon 0-13
Valley Rovers’ resurgence continued in Kinsale on Saturday evening as they bettered Bandon in a fourth-round local derby.
All-Ireland senior champions Cork produced a power-packed second half performance to return to the semi-finals after a 2-17 to 0-10 victory over Tipperary in Thurles on Saturday.More
Jenny Rispin is a player that stands out. In a fortnight that’s seen the dual star dilemma raise its ugly head again for Cork, Rispin and the Meath ladies footballers have been furrowing away under the radar ahead of today’s All-Ireland qualifier in Semple Stadium (3pm, live on TG4).More
Sligo manager Niall Carew will be calling on Mark Breheny and his other batch of ‘vets’ to stay on in 2016 so that the Connacht side can build on what he views as a season of promise.More
Glen Rovers 3-16 Bride Rovers 3-10
Consistency. For Glen Rovers, the search continues.
Colm McFadden didn’t hide his relief at saying goodbye to the tactics of Ulster football in Saturday’s All-Ireland qualifier win over Galway.More
Donegal 3-12 Galway 0-11
Forgive them for they do not know what they do. Sixteen minutes into this Round 4B qualifier on Saturday, Donegal were booed when a series of hand-passes became a marathon of hand-passes.
Kildare 2-14 Cavan 2-12
Gaelic football is in safe hands judging by the fare served up by these two teams in a highly entertaining All-Ireland MFC quarter-final at sunny Páirc Tailteann, Navan on Saturday night.
Carrigtwohill 2-13 Ballymartle 1-13
Niall Kidney applies simple logic. An honest work ethic, he says, steered Carrigtwohill past the challenge of Ballymartle on Saturday evening and into a county quarter-final.
Aghada 2-14 Castlemartyr 1-11
Killeagh Aghada advanced to the quarter-final of the Cork IHC with a convincing win over Castlemartyr in this east Cork derby at Killeagh on Saturday evening.
Tipperary’s Brendan Cummins claimed a record ninth M Donnelly All-Ireland Poc Fada title on Saturday in the Cooley Mountains, but the event wasn’t without controversy with uncertainty over who claimed the camogie title.More
St. Michael’s 1-11 Mallow 1-10
The beauty of knock-out Gaelic football was evident on Saturday evening in Blarney where St. Michael’s edged out Mallow in an absorbing Cork Premier IFC Round 4 clash.
Jack O’Connor was advised at the start of the year to walk away from the Kerry minors as a champion, to wait patiently in the wings and return when the next star group emerged.More
He knows they are 80/1 outsiders for a reason, but Fermanagh midfielder Richard O’Callaghan has promised the team won’t let themselves or their supporters down in Croke Park tomorrow.More
The notion Kildare have nothing to lose in tomorrow’s All- Ireland SFC quarter-final is one I’ve heard bandied about a few times this week.More
Complacency should be a major concern for Dublin on Sunday, warns former Fermanagh manager Charlie Mulgrew.More
Stephen O’Brien replaces Johnny Buckley in the only change to the Kerry side for Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC quarter-final with Kildare in Croke Park (2pm).More
Afew simple but evocative lines from Ogie Moran on Mikey Sheehy’s Laochra Gael in 2012 that chime loudest now when considering his old team-mate’s incarnation as a Kerry selector.More
Karl O’Dwyer still has the letter from Páidí Ó Sé congratulating him on his 1998 All- Star.More
Derek McGrath has acknowledged Waterford have been operating a squad number policy this summer and would like to see the idea given the official green light by the GAA.More
Some mantras we accept blindly.More
Just a few days ago, July 20 marked six months since the launch of the Women’s Gaelic Player Association.More
Caitríona McBride went to school with Eamon McGee, where she had to defend her pencil case from the future Donegal defender. They met recently to bring his story up to date.More
Erin’s Own 3-19 Na Piarsaigh 2-18: What might have appeared to be a stroll in the park for favourites Erin’s Own when they turned over at half-time with a 14 points advantage ultimately proved to be a struggle to gain their quarter-final place in the Cork SHC at Pairc Uí Rinn last evening.More
Sligo will invoke the spirit of 2002 as they strive to redeem themselves against Tyrone at Croke Park today.More
One of the best things to come out of this week’s ‘coin toss’ is everyone and their mother know Clare and Dublin are playing in Thurles this afternoon.More
On A lonely bench at Belgrave Park in Rathmines he sat one night. All night long.More
Q. Who or what has been the biggest disappointment of the football championship so far?