All-Ireland winning manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice says he will "definitely be tapping into" the invaluable experience brought to the table by returning Kerry footballer Tommy Walsh.More
Kerry’s Martin Horgan is expected to be ratified as the new Waterford football manager later this month.More
St Francis College, Rochestown 2-14 Charleville CBS 0-13
Two early second-half goals from Shane Kingston were the catalyst for St Francis College of Rochestown to pull away from Charleville CBS in their Dr Harty Cup Group 3 clash in Mallow yesterday.
The constant demand for improvement has been the cornerstone of Kilkenny’s remarkable title haul since the turn of the millennium, according to All-Ireland winning manager Brian Cody.More
Ardscoil Rís got their defence of the Dr Harty Cup off to an impressive start as they beat Blackwater CS of Lismore in their Group 1 clash at Cahir yesterday.More
Peter Creedon is expected to extend his reign as Tipperary football manager into 2015.More
A new book endorses the coaching skills of Kevin McStay and Liam McHale, who were recently missed out in the appointment of a new Mayo football management team.More
Thurles CBS 5-26 St Flannan’s College, Ennis 0-06
Thurles CBS got their Dr Harty Cup (Munster Post-Primary Schools Senior A Hurling Championship) campaign off to a winning start at Nenagh yesterday, with a facile victory over St Flannan’s College.
Dublin manager Jim Gavin has called on the GAA to review its closed season ban after his side needed special dispensation in order to play a charity match in Belfast next month.More
All-Ireland winning manager Brian Cody last night refused to comment on growing speculation he faces sanctioning over his scathing attack on referee Barry Kelly.More
The Hurling 2020 Committee are not expected to call for wholesale changes to the playing rules of hurling.More
Kilmoyley vice-chairman Paddy O’Sullivan has been hit with a proposed two-year ban arising from his attack of Paul Galvin in Sunday’s Kerry hurling final.More
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Shandrum 2-17 Duhallow 3-14
A dramatic last five minutes in Mallow last night saw Duhallow grab a draw from the jaws of defeat in their Cork U21 A hurling clash with Shandrum.
New Galway football manager Kevin Walsh says he will search the county for new talent and that prospective players will not be ruled out because of age or the standard of club football they play.More
The GAA is expected to at least ask Brian Cody to explain his scathing remarks about Barry Kelly as the referee’s Westmeath County Board intend taking the matter further.More
Kilkenny’s Henry Shefflin does not believe the game of hurling requires two referees inside the whitewash.More
Kerry GAA chiefs last night scrutinised referee John Sexton’s account of Sunday’s controversial county senior hurling championship final.More
"This is definitely the best," proclaimed Valerie Mulcahy in the wake of Sunday’s All-Ireland final win, Cork’s ninth in ten years.More
Shoulders stooped, heads gazed firmly on the floor. The Cork dressing room stood eerily quiet, a picture of despondency.More
Former Kerry strength and conditioning coach Pat Flanagan is to be confirmed as part of the Cork footballers’ backroom team in the coming days.More
Jackie Tyrrell has already confirmed he hopes to fill a Kilkenny jersey for at least one more season.More
Carrigaline 0-9 St Finbarr’s 0-7
It wasn’t a classic, but that mattered little to Carrigaline as they claimed a first-ever Rebel Óg Premier 1 MFC in defeating St Finbarr’s at Páirc Uí Rinn last night.
Michael Cussen is hoping to play some part in the Cork SHC final for his club Sarsfields after he had a pin removed from his thumb.More
The morning after the evening before and All-Ireland-winning Kilkenny manager Brian Cody is holding court with members of the written press in the bar of the CityWest Hotel.More
Cork 2-13 Dublin 2-12
Another chapter signed off in the most remarkable fashion, another All-Ireland crown.
Eamonn Ryan’s philosophy is more straightforward than you’d imagine for a manager who has orchestrated nine All-Ireland final victories in 10 years.More
Kilkenny 2-17 Tipperary 2-14
Another All-Ireland but another kind of brilliant by Kilkenny.
His manager was uncharacteristically lyrical when discussing Henry Shefflin on Saturday night in Croke Park.More
Lixnaw 0-11 Kilmoyley 0-11
This Kerry senior hurling championship final was overshadowed by a shocking incident when a member of the public came onto the field and struck former county football star Paul Galvin.
New York 1-10 Wexford 1-12
Marie Byrne’s first-half goal and a brilliant performance from goalkeeper Mary Rose Kelly were the key factors in Wexford’s victory over New York in yesterday’s TG4 All-Ireland Ladies JFC final at Croke Park.
Down 6-16 Fermanagh 1-10
Mark Copeland’s Down demolished Fermanagh by 21 points in yesterday’s TG4 All-Ireland Ladies IFC final at Croke Park.
As far as Briege Corkery was concerned, Cork were dead and buried.More
Aughawillan 1-13 St Mary’s 1-10
Appearing in their first Leitrim senior final in 20 years, a determined Aughawillan side surprised holders St Mary’s in an entertaining game in Carrick-on-Shannon.
St Patrick’s 1-10 Dreadnots 1-08
A hard-earned two-point win over Dreadnots in Drogheda gave St Patrick’s a third Louth SFC title in four years and a sixth since making the breakthrough in 2003.
Joe Canning landed a free from 110 yards to complete a remarkable comeback by All-Ireland champions Portumna and send them into the semi-finals of the Galway SHC.More
Former Kildare player Seanie Johnston celebrated his first championship start this year with his native Cavan Gaels by inspiring them to a convincing 2-12 to 0-8 over outsiders Cuchulainns in a tepid Cavan SFC semi-final.More
Holders Corofin, winners of a dozen Galway SFC titles in the past 23 years, remain on course to retain their crown after an emphatic 4-14 to 0-2 semi-final win over Milltown.More
Cork’s dominance of women’s football moved into the realm of fairytale yesterday as they overturned a 10-point second-half deficit to claim an incredible ninth All-Ireland title in 10 years at Croke Park.More
Bishopstown 1-09 Clyda Rovers 0-11
It was close in the end, but Bishopstown advanced to a second successive Cork SFC semi-final at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday.
Douglas 1-16 Glen Rovers 1-16
When games end in stalemate which team goes home the happier?
Blonde attacker Diarmuid O’Keeffe kicked a stunning additional time point to hand St Anne’s the narrowest of victories, 2-12 to 2-11, over reigning champions St Martin’s in this Group A Wexford SFC game at Taghmon.More
St Jude’s and Ballyboden St Enda’s progressed to the Dublin SHC semi-finals after overcoming Faughs and Cuala, respectively, at O’Toole Park yesterday.More
Cratloe are poised to challenge for a senior hurling and football double in the Banner county.More
Rathdowney-Errill 1-20 Camross 0-10
Rathdowney-Errill claimed their fifth Laois SHC title in nine years with a 13 point win over Camross in O’Moore Park yesterday.
Spurred on by a Conor Cosgrove goal in the opening minute, Garrycastle qualified for the final of the Westmeath SFC with a 1-14 to 0-6 win against Coralstown/Kinnegad at Cusack Park.More
Sarsfields 1-18 Na Piarsaigh 0-14
The final scoreline gives a more comfortable look than the reality, but, at the same time, Sarsfields never looked like being denied in this Cork SHC semi-final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh yesterday.
St Brigids’ "drive for five" remains intact after a comfortable victory against last year’s beaten finalists, Western Gaels, in yesterday’s Roscommon SFC semi-final at Dr Hyde Park.More
The Donegal SFC began with a bang this weekend with Kilcar defeating the 2013 champions Glenswilly.More
Omagh/St Enda’s 1-10 Carrickmore 0-12
Ronan O’Neill’s stoppage-time goal gave Omagh a stunning victory and a first Tyrone SFC title in 26 years at Healy Park yesterday.
The four O’Connor brothers stole the show as Ballintubber went on a goalscoring spree in yesterday’s Mayo SFC semi-final, hitting the net nine times to set up a mouthwatering county final against defending champions Castlebar Mitchels.More
Saturday may only have been Kieran Joyce’s second All-Ireland medal but it capped a remarkable season for the man of the match.More
Hurler of the Year favourite Richie Hogan didn’t disguise his disappointed with his own performance in the final.More
They have answered the negative commentary of early summer but the questions they asked of themselves are still pending according to Tipperary’s Paddy Stapleton.More
In the end it was hard to avoid the feeling that there was something valedictory, something end-of-era, about it all.More
Eoin Larkin laughed off the false wedding story that followed Kilkenny’s draw with Tipperary earlier this month.More
Eamon O’Shea is confident Tipperary will win the All-Ireland in the coming years, believing the team’s mental strength will help them recover from a fourth consecutive championship defeat to Kilkenny, a second All-Ireland final loss since 2011.More