'It’s a bit bitter-sweet': Crummey's mixed emotions about beating Galway but not making Leinster final

Dublin captain Chris Crummey admits he felt mixed emotions as the county secured their All-Ireland survival in Parnell Park last Saturday only to discover they missed ...

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Hayes worried Tipp haven’t used their panel

Two former Tipperary forwards are concerned Liam Sheedy’s team could suffer against Limerick in the Munster Final as a result of beating them last Sunday week. ...

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Limerick v Tipperary again but this time it’s different

Form is clearly temporary in hurling. If the bookmakers are to believed, the 100% 2019 Munster SHC record Tipperary bring to Limerick on Sunday is of no consequence ...

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Finding a way to lure fans back onside

The provincial senior football championships have been on life support but now they are suffering cardiac arrest.

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Curran: Dubs’ extra game in Croker ‘not right or fair’

Former Roscommon goalkeeper Shane Curran is adamant Dublin having two Super 8 games in Croke Park is “not right or fair” but he doesn’t expect ...

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Reilly getting used to Dubs hammerings, but says Meath can regroup

Graham Reilly has no concerns about Meath coming up short for their All-Ireland SFC round-four qualifier the weekend after next.

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Dublin’s cosiness to HQ gives ammunition to detractors

You might have noticed how most Kerry players, former and current, tend to shy away from damning the perceived advantages enjoyed by Dublin.

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The blue wave that became a tsunami

The Leinster Senior Football Championship has long been crying ‘stop’ and Dublin have long since stopped listening. This wasn’t quite a pulverisation, ...

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Jim Gavin: ‘We were probably a bit more clinical than they were’

A subdued Dublin press conference mirrored the game that preceded it. Perhaps James McCarthy’s injury had darkened Jim Gavin’s mood, but the manager ...

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Dublin secure 9th Leinster title in a row

A record ninth Leinster SFC title in a row for Dublin but one that came in slightly unusual circumstances.

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All the vagaries of youth on show as Cork and Kerry indulge in scoring slugfest

All of the vagaries of youth were on show Saturday night as Cork and Kerry both put up their dukes and indulged in a scoring slugfest.

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Ronan McCarthy pays tribute to Cork players' 'real honour and spirit', despite Kerry loss

Ronan McCarthy has likened the honour and spirit shown by Cork in going down to Kerry yesterday as that which Kerry themselves demonstrated in losing to Dublin in ...

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Kerry seal seventh consecutive Munster title over Cork

Just 18,265 souls, the worst crowd for a Cork-Kerry Munster SFC final in 36 years, were treated to entertainment if anything else as the challengers gave Kerry their ...

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Bealin and Magee: ‘Splitting Dublin would be toxic. It would create a Celtic v Rangers’

Unlike many in the current Dublin panel, Paul Bealin and Johnny Magee know what it’s like to lose to Meath.

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Newly confident Clare won’t underestimate Leitrim

Big enough to expect a win, small enough to fear a defeat — that’s the position Clare are in travelling to Carrick-on-Shannon this evening.

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Kerry have unknown quantities on their own side

Conor Counihan may have been a man for the dummy team but none of his successors — Brian Cuthbert, Peadar Healy, and Ronan McCarthy — have been known ...

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Michael Murphy leading by example in the captaincy stakes

Michael Murphy will lead Donegal into an Ulster senior football championship final for the eighth time on Sunday hoping to get his hands on the Anglo-Celt Cup for ...

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David Clifford reared to be wary of Cork

The one-sidedness of the Cork-Kerry rivalry since 2012 has not diminished it in the slightest for David Clifford.

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Cork v Kerry: Staging posts in the death of a rivalry

Five years ago, it wasn’t indifference that stopped Kerry supporters from travelling to Páirc Uí Chaoimh, it was dread.

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Football final crowds set to be lowest in a decade

The GAA are bracing themselves for the worst attendances at provincial football finals in well over a decade.

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Clare’s white line fever hits hard

Sport makes grown adults do silly things. Hurling sillier. Its frenzied nature plays on your most basic fears.

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Little gain but plenty pain for unbeaten Tipp

Difficult to distinguish the winners from the losers here. Because the scoreboard told only half the story.

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Tipp get the better of champions but sides to meet again in Munster final

First-half injuries to Cathal Barrett (hamstring) and Patrick Maher (knee) tempered Tipperary maintaining their 100% record as they and Limerick will meet again ...

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How come the west is asleep in Tipp hurling?

September 1, 1997. The day John Kiely began teaching in The Abbey was Conor O’Brien’s first as a student in the Tipperary town secondary school. Just ...

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Coady: Carlow not looking for more, just the same

Carlow hurler Paul Coady says his team have not been treated as equals in the Liam MacCarthy Cup, and a Championship restructure should keep them in the competition. ...

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Davy ready to bring the noise against Kilkenny

It’s March 10 last, a wind- assisted Wexford have outscored his team by 12 points in the second half to make the league knockout stages, and to make matters ...

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Five things the fixtures task force must do - and five more that are up for debate

Just one Munster man — Cork GAA CEO Kevin O’Donovan — is involved in the new fixtures task force (four from Leinster, three each from Connacht ...

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Approval on hold for Semple Stadium plan

The Tipperary County Council are seeking further information on the redevelopment of Semple Stadium’s Kinane Stand before deciding to give it the go-ahead.

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Approval on hold for Semple Stadium plan

The Thurles Gaelic Sportsground Society Ltd and Tipperary County Board have been asked for more details concerning the multi-million plans to transform the area ...

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McNamara urges Clare to fight ‘to the bitter end’

Former Clare manager and two-time All-Ireland-winning coach Mike McNamara has called on the players to fight to the bitter end and ignore those in the county who ...

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Munster chiefs explain empty seats in sell-out Páirc stands

Munster GAA have outlined the various reasons why there were areas of empty seats in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday despite both stands being sell-outs. ...

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Clones set for Ulster cyclone

Monaghan v Armagh is the pick of the All-Ireland Round 2 SFC qualifier draw although Mayo face a tricky encounter against Down at Newry on Saturday week.

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Hurling not yet ready to tackle cynicism scourge

A body language expert wasn’t required to work out Brian Cody’s mood in the wake of Sunday’s defeat to Galway.

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O’Neill lambasts media on his pre-match comments on Dublin

Cian O’Neill lambasted those in the media who he claimed misinterpreted his pre-match comments about Dublin.

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Cormac Costello stars as Dublin reach yet another Leinster final

Dublin breezed into a ninth Leinster SFC final as Cormac Costello yet again dazzled with nine points.

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No regrets as Feely builds life and business around Kildare football

If ever there was a time Kevin Feely was going to consider what might have been, it was two weekends ago when two of his former clubs were playing in Wembley as ...

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Griffin leads tributes to Wexford great Wheeler

Liam Griffin has led the tributes to Wexford hurling great Ned Wheeler after his passing yesterday at the age of 87.

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Waterford GAA chiefs powering on with Walsh Park redevelopment plan

Plans to increase Walsh Park’s capacity to 16,000 remain on course despite neither of Waterford’s two home games in the Munster senior hurling championship ...

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Clare hope to trump Kerry effort

It’s seldom football talk isn’t top of David Tubridy’s conversation agenda during the month of June.

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Kildare boss discovers Dublin drive-for-five hype is all-consuming

“My quotes were taken out of context” is sport’s version of “that money was just resting in my account” but were Cian O’Neill ...

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Limerick exit would be a sensation

Few if any All-Ireland champions were measured for coffins as much as Tipperary in 1992.

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Decision on Canning so crucial as Galway holding out for a hero

By 9am tomorrow morning, people other than those inside the Galway camp will know if Joe Canning is in line to play in Sunday’s crucial Leinster Round 4 game ...

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David Clifford welcomes ‘fresh blood’ in Kerry ranks

It was a different Kerry dressing room that David Clifford stepped back into in March. Gone were Kieran Donaghy, Anthony Maher, Darran O’Sullivan, and Donnchadh ...

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Murphy still determined to make championship mark

These may be frustrating times for Kilkenny’s Eoin Murphy, but he knows that things could be much worse, as the temperatures begin to rise.

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'I know exactly what Páraic is going through', says McGrath on Waterford crisis speculation

Former Waterford manager Derek McGrath has rejected claims that the county’s senior hurling team are in crisis.

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Tipp target 30 points in every outing, says Egan

Scoring 30 points is the aim for Tipperary in every game, but selector Darragh Egan knows it’s easier said than done.

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Munster SHC remains the bee’s knees

Of all the ridiculous, knee-jerk comments made about the Munster SHC this year, suggesting Waterford should be relegated instead of Carlow has to top them.

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Slick Tipp silence the Banner roar

The Clare roar was nowhere to be heard yesterday as the relative silence of Cusack Park in the second half was eventually broken by chants of “Tipp, Tipp, ...

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Rampant Tipp on course for Munster Hurling final after win over Clare

Clare were a shadow of themselves as a rampant Tipperary made a mockery of the Banner’s proud home record in Cusack Park.

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What does the future hold for GAA on screen?

John Fogarty speaks to former RTÉ head of sport and managing director Glen Killane about the future of Gaelic games broadcasting

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