Matthew O’Hanlon made his league debut for Wexford at Pearse Stadium six years ago this month.More
Galway secretary John Hynes insists the wording of their motion to Congress for full integration into the Leinster hurling championships is legally sound.More
Club Players Association (CPA) fixtures coordinator Derek Kavanagh believes the “Super 8” All-Ireland SFC proposal will be “the straw that breaks the camel’s back” for club fixtures.More
Tipperary captain Padraic Maher says he and his teammates will have to improve on their 2016 form if they’re to replicate last year’s All-Ireland victory.More
Podge Collins has warned hurling supporters about placing too much store in results at this time of year.More
Eoin Larkin stands by his criticism of Kilkenny’s performance in going down to Clare in Sunday’s Division 1A game in Ennis.More
John Fogarty reviews the Allianz Hurling League weekend with Colm O'Connor on PaperTalk.More
Wexford 1-21 Galway 3-13: The Salthill Hotel sits at the back of Pearse Stadium. It’s a favourite haunt for Galway supporters on match-day.More
Clare 2-19 - Kilkenny 0-12: You know things aren’t going Kilkenny’s way when Richie Hogan makes way. The sight of the 2014 hurler of the year being called ashore in the 49th minute was a grimacing one for the player as much as the travelling support.More
Allianz HL Division 1A
Cork 1-14 Dulin 2-19
Maybe there’s too much made of this management lark.
Defence needs to be the best policy for Rebels
Overlooked in the glow of Cork’s victory over Clare two weekends ago was the fact the losers had engineered at least three worthy goal chances without claiming one.
Dr Harty Cup final
Our Lady’s (Templemore) 2-22 St Colman’s (Fermoy) 1-6
Just short of a year ago, Tom Byrnes stood on the MacDonagh Park pitch in Nenagh and spoke to the media after seeing Our Lady’s Secondary School come up just short in the Dr Harty Cup final.
Sigerson Cup Final
St Mary’s University Belfast 0-13 University College Dublin 2-6
There are 850 students enrolled at St Mary’s University in Belfast. Less than 200 are male.
AIB All-Ireland Club JFC final
Glengeigh-Glencar (Kerry) 1-14 The Rock (Tyrone) 1-11
Darran O’Sullivan has won more important titles with Kerry at Croke Park, in front of much bigger crowds, but if he sees another afternoon as manic as this one it’ll be quite a surprise.
AIB All-Ireland Club JHC final
Mayfield (Cork) 2-16 Mooncoin (Kilkenny) 1-18
Mayfield’s marauders went for broke and wrote a momentous new chapter in the history of a club that has had its share of challenges in recent times.
Lidl Ladies National League
Cork 2-11 Dublin 1-8
Orla Finn’s 1-7 helped Cork secure their second win from three in the Lidl Ladies Division 1 National League in Mallow yesterday.
Allianz HL Division 1A
Waterford 0-15 Tipperary 1-18
Sub-plots were much in evidence yesterday in Walsh Park.
Camogie League first round
Wexford 1-11 Waterford 1-10
The Déise girls fell just short though and their visitors made the short journey up the Coast Road with the vital points.
Tralee CBS 1-10
Coláiste Chríost Rí 0-11
AIB All-Ireland Club IHC final
Carrickshock (Kilkenny) 2-15 Ahascragh-Fohenagh (Galway) 0-6
Carrickshock showed no mercy as they swept to a convincing victory in the All-Ireland Club IHC final at Croke Park.
Our Lady’s Secondary School, Templemore 2-22 St Colman’s College, Fermoy 1-6: A dominant performance from Our Lady’s Secondary School of Templemore saw them claim the Dr Harty Cup against Fermoy’s St Colman’s College at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.More
Kerry football was perilously close to falling into a funk five years ago, but the turnaround has been impressive. Not that there aren’t a couple of haymakers for the new GAA chairman, Tim Murphy to dodge still, writes Tony Leen.More
Tralee CBS 1-10 Colaiste Chriost Ri 0-11: Tralee CBS are through to the Corn Uí Mhuirí final, their first appearance in the decider since 2008.More
For eight junior and intermediate clubs it’s a landmark weekend in GAA headquarters. And for two Mayo entrepreneurs.More
Cork face Dublin this evening in the second round of games in Division 1A, and the Rebels will be hoping for a repeat of last weekend’s workrate and effort, says forward Seamus Harnedy.More
Waterford got their first points of the Allianz Hurling League Division 1A last weekend against Kilkenny, but selector Dan Shanahan says Tipperary will be “a huge test” for them tomorrow in Walsh Park.More
Despite winning 12 All-Ireland medals herself, Ann Downey has always lived in the shadow of her sister Angela, one of the greatest camogie players of all time. But returning Kilkenny to the top has secured her standing as a special figure in her own right, writes Kieran Shannon.More