Walsh will add professional insight, says Murphy

Kerry’s Paul Murphy believes Tommy Walsh’s Kingdom return will bring with it positives that ripple far beyond the field of play.


Conroy injury blow for Galway

Galway’s chances of promotion from Division 2 of the Allianz Football League have been significantly dented with the news that Paul Conroy will miss the early part of the year as he recovers from a knee operation.


Dublin's James McCarthy says GAA season ‘a mess’

Dublin footballer James McCarthy says the existing GAA season is "a mess" and has to be addressed by the powers-that-be.


Walsh to return in McGrath Cup

Former All-Ireland-winning Kerry footballer Tommy Walsh makes his return to county football next month.


McEnaney seeks ‘two-referee’ trial in National League hurling campaign

Pat McEnaney would like to see the use of two referees in hurling experimented with in the National League.


Outgoing Chairman Bob Ryan ‘disgusted’ by criticism of Cork footballers

The level of public criticism of the Cork senior footballers was condemned by outgoing chairman Bob Ryan in his final address to convention.


Relentless Vincent’s march on

St Vincent’s (Dublin) 1-13 Rhode (Offaly) 0-06
Gung-ho from the get-go, St Vincent’s continued their relentless march through the club calendar with a second successive Leinster title in Navan yesterday.


Ballincollig to face St Finbarr’s in Cork SFC opener

Cork football champions Ballincollig open the defence of their first title with a repeat of their opening fixture in this year’s competition.


Loughmore meet Cahir in final

Champions Loughmore-Castleiney and Cahir will do battle in the Tipperary SFC final next weekend following their wins over Aherlow Gaels and Thomas MacDonaghs respectively in yesterday’s semi-finals.


Sice finds range to steer Corofin into last four

Corofin (Galway) 0-09 Tir Chonaill Gaels (London) 0-02
A second-half scoring burst from Gary Sice helped Corofin to a scrappy win over Tir Chonaill Gaels at Ruislip.


Paraic puts sport in perspective

After three Leinster final appearances and three Leinster final defeats, it would be tempting for Paraic Sullivan to suggest Rhode’s latest provincial decider is life and death stuff.


Farrell: Players want changes to ‘broken’ GAA Championship

Players chief Dessie Farrell says inter-county players have sent him a clear message that the current football Championship structure is "broken".


Dublin’s Costello to focus on football

Cormac Costello is ready to frustrate a second Dublin hurling manager by focusing on football only in 2015.


Munster Council honours Kingdom mastermind Fitzmaurice

All-Ireland winning Kerry boss Eamonn Fitzmaurice has been named as the Munster Council’s Manager of the Year.


Rhode bank on McNamee’s magic to deliver Leinster crown

Pat Daly has admitted that another 1-7 tally isn’t going to be enough to capture the provincial title that Rhode crave.


UCC to face Cork IT in Sigerson Cup

Sigerson Cup handed holders and hosts UCC face a mouthwatering round 1 derby opener with Cork IT, following the draws, which were made yesterday.

Hugh Gill of St Vincent's and Rhode's Pauric Sullivan ahead of Sunday's Leinster SFC Club final.

Gill: It’s not all about Dermo

AIB Leinster Club SFC final
Rhode (Offaly) v St. Vincent’s (Dublin)
Sunday: Pairc Taiteann, Navan, 2pm

Frank Murphy

Murphy: Football games being decided by poor refereeing

Cork GAA secretary Frank Murphy has expressed concern at the standard of officiating in Gaelic football this season.

John Costello with Son Cormac

Costello hits out at Dublin funding cut suggestions

Dublin GAA chief John Costello has hit out at suggestions that weaker counties should be propped up financially at his county’s expense.

Eamonn Fitmaurice

Provincial venues can host major championship games, says Kerry chairman

Kerry County Board chairman Patrick O’Sullivan believes that this year’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay showed that big championship games can be held outside Croke Park.