Moran pays tribute to ‘the best leader I ever played with’

David Moran has hailed Declan O’Sullivan as the "best leader" he has played alongside.


Flannan’s edge Roco in thriller

St Flannan’s College, Ennis 3-5 St Francis College Rochestown 2-7


Kingdom boss hails his ‘great leader’

It wasn’t clear-cut. After this year’s All-Ireland, there were conversations about 2015, but the health of his knees was always going to be central to Declan O’Sullivan’s plans for next season.


Keepers now playing key role, says Morgan

Niall Morgan has come up with his own expression to illustrate just how important goalkeepers have become in Gaelic football.


O’Neill open to one-off test formula in future

GAA president Liam O’Neill has thrown his support behind the one-off International Rules test — but only if it is played every year.


Plans afoot to bring All-Irelands forward by a week

Bringing both All-Ireland senior finals forward by week will help "revolutionise" the GAA calendar, claims GAA president Liam O’Neill.

Neil McGee

McGee uses Irish experience to ease pain of Donegal defeat

Neil McGee has extolled the tonic-like virtues of the International Rules after September’s crushing All-Ireland final defeat to Kerry.

Eoin Bradley, Derry

Bradley makes surprise return to Derry squad

Eoin Bradley will make a dramatic return to the Derry squad next season after getting a surprise recall by Brian McIver.

Paddy O'Rourke

O’Rourke on road to recovery but prank left him sweating

Some might call it cruel but at least Paddy O’Rourke can laugh about it now.

Emlyn Mulligan

Leitrim blow as Mulligan takes a break

Leitrim captain Emlyn Mulligan is taking a break from county football next season having become disillusioned with the game.


Durcan: I duffed All-Ireland kick-out

Donegal goalkeeper Paul Durcan has held his hands up for his All-Ireland football final error and admitted he simply duffed his kick-out.


Clonakilty battle back to keep hopes alive

Clonakilty CC 2-15De La Salle, Macroom 1-11
Despite a slow start, Clonakilty Community College came good to keep alive their hopes of progression from Group C of the Corn Uí Mhuirí at Kilmichael yesterday.


Double delight for Ovens

Ovens Boys NS 3-5 Ballygarvan Boys NS 1-4
A well tutored Ovens side raced into a two point lead inside the opening five minutes of this DF2 Allianz Sciath na Scol final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh yesterday.


Impressive St Brendan’s book spot in last eight

St Brendan’s College, Killarney have joined fellow Kerry school Coláiste na Sceilge in qualifying from Group B of the Corn Uí Mhuirí to reach the quarter-finals.


Galvin believes amateurism is becoming unsustainable

Former Kerry star Paul Galvin believes "amateurism is becoming unsustainable" in the GAA.