The RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta Donegal SFC was in a state of limbo last night as an appeal by Naomh Conaill into the result of Sunday’s semi-final was being discussed by the Competitions’ Control Committee.More
Dublin vice-chairman and county coaching officer Sean Shanley has rejected Anthony Daly’s claims that "hurling wastelands" in the capital are being neglected.More
THIS was the company he kept.More
The Tipperary senior hurling team will have a new manager in 2016 after Michael Ryan was formally ratified at last night’s County Board meeting in Thurles to succeed Eamonn O’Shea.More
Former Dublin manager Anthony Daly has rejected criticism of his former players as being "manufactured hurlers" as well as Ger Loughnane’s and Donal Óg Cusack’s stance on the dual player dilemma.More
Outgoing Cork hurling coach Kieran Kingston is convinced the current crop of players can win an All-Ireland title.More
Limerick’s senior hurlers will enjoy a trip to Cheltenham next month, courtesy of team sponsor JP McManus.More
Former Munster and Tipperary chairman Sean Fogarty has criticised the county board for "making a bags" of their fixture list after they conceded another provincial club fixture.More
Ireland International Rules captain Michael Murphy said it would be wrong of him to consider a club versus country clash ahead of Glenswilly’s Donegal final against St Eunan’s on Sunday.More
Ger Brennan has seen his stock rise since missing out on Dublin’s All-Ireland semi-final defeat by Donegal, but it’s not something that sits comfortably with him, that just because he was absent through injury on that forgettable day means he has become a better player.More
Tipperary 0-12 Clare 0-10
Though they scored the last four points, Clare left their effort too late to deny Tipperary victory in the Darcy Cup (Munster U17 football) final at Limerick Gaelic Grounds last night.
Limerick 3-8 Waterford 0-12
Three second-half goals, two from Richard Hayes, who also scored two points, earned Limerick the U17 Shield after the sides were level three times inside the opening 21 minutes.
Tipperary senior hurling team manager Eamon O’Shea is "delighted" Michael Ryan will succeed him in the Premier County hot-seat after the conclusion of the 2015 campaign.More
Kerry chairman Patrick O’Sullivan has welcomed the latest statement by a hurling club from the county in the Munster IHC.More
Limerick chairman Oliver Mann has said Saturday’s junior final scoreline confusion was regrettable.More
Back in February, Eoin Cadogan said his piece. Frustrated, the usually mild-mannered dual player spared his chest of a gripe on Twitter.More
Millstreet 1-09 St Finbarr’s 1-08
Millstreet produced a devastating final quarter scoring burst to claim the Cork JAFC title at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday night.
My room in the Sem was number 11.More
Ballygunner 1-10 Cratloe 3-07
Cratloe’s football prowess was a bonus rather than a burden yesterday in Walsh Park, helping them past Waterford champions Ballygunner in a Munster Club hurling championship game spoiled by a howling wind.
Shelmaliers 3-8 St. Anne’s 1-11
Joe Kelly was inspirational as he powered Shelmaliers past St. Anne’s for a historic first Wexford SHC title after this replay victory in atrocious conditions at Wexford Park yesterday.
Aughawillan (Leitrim) 2-12 Tubbercurry (Sligo) 0-13
Ciarán Gilheany scored a marvellous 1-7 as Leitrim champions Aughawillan set up a Connacht Club SFC semi-final against Galway’s Corofin following their surprise win over 14-man Tubbercurry at Markievicz Park.
Garrycastle 1-11 Mullingar Shamrocks 0-08
Garrycastle won their seventh Westmeath SFC title, and their first since 2011, when they defeated Mullingar Shamrocks by six points in Cusack Park, Mullingar, yesterday afternoon.
The RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta Donegal SFC final will be a local derby next Sunday with Glenswilly and St Eunan’s of Letterkenny winning their respective semi-finals.More
Moorefield 1-15 Sarsfields 1-06 Moorefield cruised to victory and retained their Kildare SFC crown after a dominant display in a largely one-sided replay at St Conleth’s Park.More
Castlemartyr 0-18 Ballinhassig 0-10
0-13 to no score was the story of a remarkable second-half turnaround which landed Castlemartyr their first Cork Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship in 50 years.
Éire Óg 0-14 Rockchapel 0-06
Fourteen months ago, Éire Óg met Rockchapel in the Cork IFC quarter-final.
Fermoy 2-14 Charleville 1-16
This was a monumental grind for the 60-minutes plus.
Thurles Sarsfields 0-18 Templederry Kenyons 1-11
Champions in 2012, Thurles Sarsfields had to work hard for their four-point win over Templederry Kenyons in the second Tipperary SHC semi-final at Semple Stadium, Thurles yesterday.
Loughmore-Castleiney 3-22 Mullinahone 0-14
Holders Loughmore-Castleiney were never troubled as they saw off Mullinahone by 17 points in the Tipperary SHC semi-final at Semple Stadium yesterday.
Rathnew (Wicklow) 1-13 Rathvilly (Carlow) 1-09
Rathnew left it late before snatching victory in this Leinster Club SFC clash at Aughrim yesterday.
Rhode (Offaly) 2-09 St Patrick’s (Louth) 0-10
Goals from Anton Sullivan and Conor McNamee proved crucial as Rhode won this clash yesterday.
Lixnaw (Kerry) 3-11 Ballyhea (Cork) 1-14
Lixnaw recorded a famous and unexpected victory yesterday as they saw off a highly fancied Ballyhea side in the Munster Club IHC in tough, blustery conditions in Mallow.
Cushendall (Antrim) 2-10 Slaughtneil (Derry) 0-10
Cushendall scored a goal in each half to book their place in the Ulster senior hurling final for the first time since 2008.
It was only earlier this month that Bernard Brogan was providing Jim McGuinness with a most back-handed sort of compliment on his departure as Donegal manager.More
Michael Ryan will succeed Eamon O’Shea as Tipperary senior hurling team manager next year.More
Austin Stacks 1-13 Mid Kerry 2-10
No silverware presented here but no harm done really following an enjoyable afternoon where both sides were jointly responsible for good football as they were equally guilty of some bad.
Donnchadh Walsh admits his second-half goal was a fluke as he intended to score a point.More
Stephen Stack was taking the positives from Austin Stack’s performance despite seeing them lose a four-point second-half advantage.More
Ireland recorded a sixth successive Senior Hurling/Shinty Series win, while Scotland took U21 and Women’s victories at Páirc Esler on Saturday.More