Donnchadh Walsh becomes second Kerry footballer to retire this month

Donnchadh Walsh has become the second Kerry forward to announce his retirement this month after breaking the news this morning through his club Cromane’s social ...

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Liam Sheedy set to return as Tipp manager

Liam Sheedy is in line to return as Tipperary senior hurling manager just weeks after he distanced himself from the position.

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Historic Cork club Redmonds set to shut its doors

Redmonds, one of Cork’s most decorated GAA clubs, will cease to exist on New Year’s Eve this year.

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Mickey Ned O’Sullivan criticises Kingdom approach to appointing Éamonn Fitzmaurice’s successor

Former Kerry captain and manager Mickey Ned O’Sullivan has criticised the county board executive for attempting to “micro-manage” the appointment ...

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Galway GAA braced for audit findings

Current and former senior Galway GAA officials are bracing themselves for the release of a potentially explosive internal audit into the finances of the county board. ...

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GAA looking at showing games online, says Peter McKenna

The GAA is considering broadcasting games on their GAANOW platform in 2019, Croke Park Commercial and Stadium Director Peter McKenna has revealed.

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Mayo ladies row: Twists and turns in the row that tore a team apart

The ongoing Mayo ladies football row, which saw eight members of the Carnacon club withdraw from the Mayo panel, has brought claim and counter-claim from the players, ...

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James Horan nominated for return to Mayo hot seat

James Horan is poised to return for a second stint as Mayo manager having been nominated for the position by his club Ballintubber.

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Five Galway hurlers on minor team of year

All-Ireland champions Galway have five players on the Electric Ireland minor hurling team of the year.

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Club player workload almost at county levels, claims Michael Fennelly

Former Kilkenny midfielder Michael Fennelly believes the demands of club hurling are beginning to match that of the inter-county game.

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Sean Cavanagh withholds judgement until he sees video

Sean Cavanagh says he is withholding judgement on whether the collision which left him with serious facial injuries was accidental or not until he sees video footage ...

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'Without hurling I don’t know where I’d be': London boy on his love for hurling

Get this kid a job promoting the GAA!

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'I still have heavy concussion': Sean Cavanagh speaks about the toll of shocking facial injury

The injury, which also saw Cavanagh suffer a broken nose and extensive facial injuries, has affected his work as he had to miss a number of meetings in his accountancy ...

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Limerick's Cian Lynch deserves Hurler of the Year award

If you were taking the season as a whole, not just the championship, Lynch was definitely Limerick’s most important performer, writes Peter McNamara.

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Galway lead the way as five counties represented on Minor Team of the Year

Donal O'Shea, son of former Tipperary manager Eamon, is selected at full-forward.

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James Horan receives nomination to return as Mayo manager - report

James Horan's return to the Mayo senior footballers appears a step closer.

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Waterford full-back Barry Coughlan retires after six years of duty

Coughlan has retired from inter-county hurling at the age of 28.

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10 statistics that will cause alarm for the GAA

The compromises players are making in their personal lives to sustain their inter-county commitments are not sustainable, warned Elish Kelly.

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Eight Mayo ladies footballers banned but Carnacon allowed remain in championship

The Mayo ladies football saga took another twist last night.

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John Horan advocates GAA performance director

Gaelic Players Association (GPA) chairman Seamus Hickey has welcomed GAA president John Horan’s idea of creating a role tasked with ensuring inter-county players ...

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Central Council backs second-tier senior football competition

There is unanimous backing for a second-tier All-Ireland senior football championship at Central Council level, claims GAA president John Horan.

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McManus's moment of magic as dummy handpass creates goal

We all know about football's dummy solo, but now hurling has its own 'dummy' move.

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'Unsubstantiated statement led to rumour and innuendo of the vilest nature': Mayo LGFA officials break silence on walkout

The Mayo LGFA County Board Executive have broken their silence on the walkout of 12 players and two selectors from the county's senior panel.

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Four in ten inter-county players have no time off from GAA commitments

Still, the vast majority of players consider themselves glad to have made the decision to commit to lining out for their county.

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Mayo ladies football walkout: 'We felt undermined, intimidated, isolated and eventually helpless'

Twelve Mayo ladies footballers who walked out of their inter-county panel have held a press conference to clarify their reasons for doing so.

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Mattie Kenny a hard target as Dublin hurlers eye Gilroy successor

The Dublin County Board may have to embark on a charm offensive if they want Mattie Kenny to take over from Pat Gilroy as their senior hurling manager.

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Cork hurlers to face Tipperary in Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Cork will open the defence of their Munster senior hurling crown against Tipperary in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on the weekend of May 12 next year.

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Mount Sion's Páraic Fanning ratified as next Waterford hurling manager

Páraic Fanning was ratified as the new Waterford senior hurling manager at last night’s county board meeting in Lawlors Hotel, Dungarvan.

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Dublin captain Sinéad Aherne insists champions have more in locker

The approach of the Dublin ladies in 2018 was different to previous years.

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Tyrone board vows to tackle ‘unwarranted violence’

The Tyrone County Board is to launch an investigation into shocking weekend incidents at club championship matches.

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Watch as Down legend Mickey Linden proves class IS permanent

He terrorised defenders up and own the country in his prime in the 80s and 90s but Down legend Mickey Linden proved he hasn't lost his touch during a club game at ...

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Pat Gilroy steps down as Dublin hurling manager after one year

The All-Ireland-winning manager of the county's footballers in 2011, Gilroy was initially hired for a three-year term.

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Sean Cavanagh hospitalised after suffering horrific injuries in club tie

All-Ireland winner Sean Cavanagh was hospitalised following a Tyrone senior football championship game on Saturday.

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Cork players and management hurt by pre-match ‘disrespect’

Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald and captain Ciara O’Sullivan felt the manner in which they were written off coming into yesterday’s final was both “disrespectful” ...

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With their Cork hoodoo dealt with, Dublin delight is total

ET tu ladies? It wasn’t so comprehensive at Croke Park yesterday that this Dublin team is an empty-your-wallet shoo-in for All-Ireland domination for decades ...

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50,000 landmark underlines growth of ladies game

Dublin won back-to-back All-Irelands by finally wrestling the Cork monkey off their back and the other big talking point in Croke Park yesterday was the massive ...

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Victorious Dublin manager Mick Bohan: ‘We’ve respect for Cork - that makes this more special’

Cork may have confessed afterwards that they felt disrespected by such a big ‘underdog’ tag but Dublin manager Mick Bohan bristled at the suggestion ...

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All has changed under rule of Jackies’ empire

Dublin 3-11 Cork 1-12

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VALERIE MULCAHY: Maturing Dublin dictated the terms of engagement

Cork’s perfect All-Ireland final record is no more. It was inevitable that defeat would eventually darken our door some September Sunday - you were just hoping ...

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Brian Dillons seal victory with two late goals

Two late goals from John Horgan helped Brian Dillons to eventually pull clear of the challenge of Ballygiblin in the opening round of the county JAHC at Rathcormac ...

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Carla Rowe stars as Dublin defeat Cork in Ladies Football decider

Carla Rowe hit two stunning goals as Dublin defeated Cork in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Ladies Football final at the fourth attempt today.

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Tyrone hit six goals past Meath on way to TG4 intermediate title

A goal in each half from captain Neamh Woods helped Tyrone claim the TG4 intermediate title and secured their return to senior football after a three-year absence.

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Limerick secure second junior title with win over Louth

Two goals each from Mairéad Kavanagh and Rebecca Delee secured a second TG4 All-Ireland junior title for Limerick, who can look forward to intermediate football ...

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Dublin star McEvoy: 'I definitely would never swap a Dublin jersey'

Forget tradition: Dublin’s forward Niamh McEvoy will not be exchanging shirts with her opposite number after today’s TG4 All-Ireland senior final.

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Dublin captain Aherne: ‘I think being champions just gives you a confidence’

Aherne is her side’s longest serving player and this season’s top scorer for the Sky Blues, with 4-24 from her five games.

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Cork goalkeeper O’Brien: ‘Last year was tough to take’

Six years in the red shirt have been fruitful for Cork goalkeeper Martina O’Brien, but similar to the men’s game, she thinks the role of the goalkeeper ...

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Munster revamp will give all counties weekend break

A revamp of the Munster SHC means no county will be forced to play four weekends in succession next summer.

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Saoirse Noonan ‘could be the face of ladies football for 10 years’, says Cork boss

Teenage sensation Saoirse Noonan has the talent to become the face of ladies football for the next 10 years, Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald has declared on the eve ...

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Return to summit may be out of Cork’s reach

This may be the fourth time in five years Dublin and Cork are meeting in the final, but to lean on those previous clashes in attempting to determine who will come ...

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Six starting their first All-Ireland for Cork

Six of the Cork starting team will be playing in their first All-Ireland ladies senior football final tomorrow.

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