Tony Reddin, who died on Sunday aged 95, was a Galway native who established a reputation with Tipperary as a legendary hurling goalkeeper, whose brilliance was recognised in his selection in the GAA’s ‘Team of the Century’ and then in the ‘Team of the Millennium.’More
Kerry captain Kieran Donaghy defended the performance of referee Eddie Kinsella in the wake of Sunday’s fiery league encounter with Dublin, insisting the Laois official was justified in flashing 12 cards.More
There have been greater glory days for Westmeath GAA, that’s for sure. The Leinster SFC title on July 24, 2004, for one, would be hard beaten but last Sunday has secured itself a place in the annals.More
Sylvester Hennessy crunches the numbers from the weekend’s big Allianz League games in Ballyshannon and Killarney.More
Recently retired Kilkenny defender JJ Delaney believes Paul Murphy is in a strong position to become the county’s next great full-back.More
The Fitzgibbon Cup final replay between University of Limerick and Waterford IT will take place on Wednesday March 11.More
Referee David Coldrick could be at the centre of a second derogatory comments case after Brian McIver’s post-match interviews in Omagh on Saturday.More
The chairman of the Wexford club that successfully proposed the clock/hooter five years ago says the Congress decision to scrap the system will deter clubs from putting forward motions.More
GAA President Aogán Ó Fearghail is in favour of reducing the number of live televised games.More
On Sunday, Barry Kelly takes charge of a Kilkenny game for the first time since Brian Cody’s "criminal" comments about him.More
Kerry board chairman Patrick O’Sullivan has challenged Dublin manager Jim Gavin’s claim Fionn Fitzgerald exaggerated his fall which led to Mick Fitzsimons’ sending off on Sunday.More
Jim Gavin described the eight cards shown to Dublin players – one red, five yellow and two black – as "reactionary", hinting that the Kerry footballers influenced referee Eddie Kinsella.More
Hurling 2020 chairman Liam Sheedy believes a limit of five defenders on the goal-line for 20-metre frees is a fair compromise.More
Mayo 3-15 Monaghan 0-11
Life as a supporter of the Mayo football team is rarely dull and this was another tale of the unexpected as a match that had been predicted to be tight, tense and tactical turned out to be anything but at a windswept MacHale Park yesterday.
Tyrone 0-11 Derry 1-8
Derry boss Brian McIver fumed at "hometown" decisions as a first league win was snatched away from his side by Tyrone’s late surge on Saturday night.
Louth 1-16 Wexford 1-10
Louth took both points at Drogheda, coming good after a shaky start to the second half, to add to Wexford’s league troubles.
Carlow 0-11 Waterford 0-9
Carlow finished rock bottom of Division 4 in 2014, but an unbeaten start to this year’s spring campaign signals an upturn in fortunes.
Limerick 1-6 Armagh 2-16
"It’s a long drive home, but we’re happy," said one of the men climbing into a car with a yellow registration plate yesterday afternoon in Kilmallock.
Kerry 0-15 Dublin 1-10
Strange how Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s first victory as Kerry manager over Dublin was achieved by snuffing out the one area where Jim Gavin’s charges have enjoyed near-total dominance in recent years.
Oulart-The-Ballagh (Wexford) 3-13 Mullagh (Galway) 0-7
Oulart-The-Ballagh were in ruthless mood when crushing Mullagh in yesterday’s AIB All-Ireland Club senior camogie final at Croke Park.
Westmeath 0-15 Kildare 0-12
Westmeath recorded their first win of this year’s Division Two campaign in Newbridge yesterday, also registering a first ever league win over Kildare.
Brian Cuthbert wasn’t too despondent about Cork’s first dropped points of the campaign but rued their failure to use the wind in the first half.More
Donegal 0-12 Cork 1-8
A pointless trip for Cork to Ballyshannon, but hardly fruitless as they almost eroded a seemingly unassailable Donegal second-half lead.
If exchanges on the pitch were fiercely contested, they were no less competitive when management got around to discussing the replay of the Corn Uí Mhuirí final next Sunday.More
Waterford IT manager Colm Bonnar has pleaded with Comhairle Ardoideachais chiefs to delay the Fitzgibbon Cup final replay until next week.More
University of Limerick 3-12 Waterford IT 0-21 (AET)
The hurlers of Waterford IT simply refused to die. There wasn’t a single drop left in the deep reservoir from which they had been drawing from since last Tuesday evening and still they would not bend the knee.
Pobal Scoil Chorca Dhuibhne (Kerry) 1-10 St Francis College, Rochestown (Cork) 1-10
Two of the best college football teams in the country saddled up for Saturday’s Corn Uí Mhuirí final in Killarney, but neither really got out of the starting gate.
Coláiste Ghobnatán, Baile Bhúirne 2-14
Pobalscoil Inbhear Scéine, Kenmare 0-14
Coláiste Ghobnatán have a special affinity with the Munster PPS U18½CFC title.
Summerhill College will face Roscommon CBS in the Connacht Colleges Senior A football final after both schools upset big names to reach the decider.More
St Kieran’s College (Kilkenny)1-14
St Peter’s College (Wexford) 1-6
It took All-Ireland senior colleges champions St Kieran’s of Kilkenny almost 40 minutes to gain control of this Corn Uí Dhuill Leinster final against St Peter’s of Wexford.
Pobal Scoil Chorca Dhuibhne 1-10 St Francis College Rochestown 1-10More
Corner-back Tom Fox’s point on 80 minutes ensured this dramtic Fitzgibbon Cup final would require a second day out.More
Carlow maintained their unbeaten run in Division 4 with a dramatic away win over Waterford at Fraher Field.More
Waterford IT 1-20 Cork IT 0-19 (AET)
GAA director general Páraic Duffy last night defied anybody to question the integrity of the organisation’s leaders in their commercial dealings.More
Outgoing GAA national referees chairman Pat McEnaney said he learned very little about hurling during his three-year term.More
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Fitzgibbon Cup Semi-Final
University of Limerick 2-18, Limerick IT 1-14: You couldn’t but feel the shift in momentum following Jack Browne’s dismissal. Davy Fitzgerald, animated as ever, urged on his troops.
It’s coming up on 11 years since Wexford’s Jacob brothers, Rory and Michael, scored the goals that dumped Kilkenny out of the 2004 Leinster championship.More