Gunners locked and loaded for another Munster epic

Ballygunner face Na Piarsaigh of Limerick this Sunday in the Munster Club hurling final, but that’s not where the conversation with Fergal Hartley begins.

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Cody: GAA and semi-professionalism can’t go together

Kilkenny manager Brian Cody has claimed the elitist nature of the inter-county game will create “dangerous possibilities” for the association, warning ...

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St Colman’s College earn hard-fought victory in Harty Cup second round

St Colman’s College Fermoy backed up their opening day Dr Harty Cup triumph against Nenagh CBS with a hard-fought victory over fellow Cork school Gaelcholáiste ...

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GPA against introduction of handpass restriction, sideline kick, and kickout zoning proposal

The Gaelic Players Association (GPA) are strongly against the proposed rule change surrounding the handpass in football.

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Shane Dowling: We don’t want to be the ‘muppets’ who lose Na Piarsaigh record

As he confirmed a long-standing shoulder injury shouldn’t prevent him from facing Ballygunner on Sunday, Shane Dowling admits fear has been a major motivating ...

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Micheál Burns keen Kerry abandon captaincy tradition

Micheál Burns is one of the Dr Crokes players in line to receive the Kerry captaincy in 2019, but he says he would be happy to hand over the honour to a more ...

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Kieran Kingston praise a real highlight for Shane Dowling

Praise for Limerick’s players’ conduct in victory from former Cork manager Kieran Kingston has been one of Shane Dowling’s highlights since they ...

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Corcha Dhuibhne unleash power-packed display at Lewis Road

Another Kerry/Cork clash at Lewis Rd and another heavy defeat on the scoreboard as PS Chorca Dhuibhne served notice that they will be strong contenders to retain ...

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Buckley hat-trick as Mounthawk show no mercy to ISK

In very difficult conditions at the Kerry GAA Centre of Excellence in Currans, Mercy Mounthawk recorded a massive 22-point victory over an Intermediate School Killorglin ...

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Rochestown secure place in quarter-final with victory over Tralee

A Connor Russell goal four minutes from time secured Rochestown their second win of the Corn Uí Mhuirí and, in the process, advanced them to the quarter-final ...

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Shane O'Donnell to link up with Clare for Fenway Hurling Classic in Boston

Shane O’Donnell will be back in a Clare jersey far sooner than envisaged with confirmation that the 2013 All-Ireland final hero will be lining out for the ...

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Joe Kernan: Clubs can’t expect compo for AFL recruits

Outgoing Ireland International Rules manager Joe Kernan is not in favour of GAA clubs seeking compensation from AFL clubs for players they recruit.

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Cork County Board proposes transfer rule changes

The Cork County Board will put four motions relating to its own inter-club transfer by-laws before next month’s annual convention.

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Dean Rock reveals early wobbles in All-Ireland football final

His demeanour paints a serene image of patience and routine but Dean Rock admits he briefly panicked after missing a couple of early frees in this year’s All-Ireland ...

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Declan Kelly firm Teneo links with Tipperary GAA

Global corporate adviser Teneo, co-owned by Liam Sheedy’s fellow Portroe man Declan Kelly, has come on board as Tipperary’s new main sponsor.

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New black card proposals offer players ‘form of redemption’

The standing playing rules committee have amended three of their five proposed changes to Gaelic football.

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Limerick v Tipperary clash confirmed for next month

Limerick and Tipperary’s Munster SHL game at the Gaelic Grounds on Friday, December 14 will be the province’s only pre-season fixture before Christmas.

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Flying hurlers to Sydney a waste of money, says Joe Quaid

The decision to fly the hurlers of Galway and Kilkenny to Sydney to play a one-off challenge game was a colossal waste of money, according to Westmeath manager Joe ...

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Proposed football rule changes to be discussed by Council finalised

The proposed football rule changes to be discussed by Central Council this weekend have been finalised.

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I’m looking forward to having Sundays to myself, says Marc Ó Sé after Gaeltacht retirement

It was hardly the most glamorous of stages on which to take your last bow: A wet and windswept Lispole providing the backdrop for Marc Ó Sé’s ...

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Conor Nash says AFL poachers should compensate GAA clubs

Rising Australian Rules star Conor Nash believes AFL clubs should pay ‘compensation’ to the GAA clubs they recruit from.

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'I’ve been told I’m mad': Martin Burke bounces back to win Ulster after breaking neck

Ulster champions Ruairi Óg, Cushendall, can count among their number this season a player who has played through a broken neck to gain their 11th Ulster title. ...

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Our panel is ferociously strong, warns Kieran O’Leary

There wasn’t a whole pile more Kieran O’Leary could have contributed to Dr Crokes’ near-perfect Munster semi-final performance.

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Eoghan O’Donnell: 'When Pat left it was like a death in the family'

Dublin defender Eoghan O’Donnell was part of a three-man players group that met new manager Mattie Kenny last Friday night to kick-start preparations for 2019. ...

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Dr Crokes inflict Lewis Road massacre against St Finbarr’s

Twenty-five scores from play. A 21-point winning margin. Eleven names on the scoresheet. A 10th Munster final appearance secured, the club’s seventh this decade ...

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The Nire fume at ref calls as goals power Joseph’s into decider

Two second-half goals helped book a Munster final slot for St Joseph’s Miltown Malbay yesterday in Fraher Field, Dungarvan, but Waterford champions The Nire ...

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Too easy, as Corofin seek another pot of gold

A meeting between the two most successful club teams in Connacht turned into a turkey shoot as Corofin laid down a decisive marker against a dreadful Clann na nGael ...

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Fermoy survive another second-half drought

Job done – probably the best assessment of Fermoy’s victory over Moyne-Templetuohy in the AIB Munster Club IFC semi-final at Templetuohy yesterday.

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Portlaoise profit from wind and end Moorefield’s reign

Moorefield’s reign as Leinster champions ended at the hands of Portlaoise following a hard-fought contest in Newbridge yesterday.

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Kilmacud Crokes compound Meath misery

With the greatest of respect to Kilmacud Crokes, who are through to the AIB Leinster Club semi-finals, and Paul Mannion, who kicked 2-6, they were only half the ...

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Inniscarra’s blend of youth and experience works well

A splendid performance in the second half helped Inniscarra win their second Munster Senior Club camogie title and first in eight years when they overcame a dogged ...

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Anthony Cunningham comfortable with switch to big ball

New Roscommon boss Anthony Cunningham said he doesn’t envisage any difficulty switching from hurling to football management and is looking forward to the challenge. ...

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Micheál Donoghue impressed by Galway Wild Geese Trophy panel

Galway manager Micheál Donoghue is pleased part one of his plan for 2019 is coming together, after the Tribesmen’s strength in depth helped turn around ...

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Kilmacud Crokes secure Leinster club senior football semi-final spot

It told a tale of Kilmacud Crokes' dominance over the Meath champions in Navan that Paul Mannion kicked 2-6 for the Dubliners yet still had plenty more left in reserve. ...

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Fermoy victorious in AIB Munster club IFC semi-final in Templetouhy

Victory for Fermoy in the AIB Munster club IFC semi-final at Templetuohy today.

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Dr Crokes soar through to football senior club final with 21-point win over St Finbarr's

A massacre at Lewis Road. 5-20 from Crokes, each one of their 25 scores arriving from play.

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St Joseph’s to face Dr Crokes in Munster club senior football final after win over The Nire

Clare champions St Joseph’s of Miltown Malbay will face Dr Crokes of Kerry in the Munster club senior football final, having seen off The Nire in a soggy Fraher ...

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St Finbarr’s visit brings Paul Downey back to days in blue

T’was in the middle of last month when it dawned on Dr Crokes secretary Paul Downey that his first adopted club, St Finbarr’s, could, potentially, be ...

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Showing some respect: Russell Rovers making a difference in victory

When future generations look back at the photo of Russell Rovers’ first-ever county champions, it’s not just the cup and happy faces that will stand ...

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Tomorrow the only date in The Nire manager Dick Guiry’s diary

The prize is a day out which every club aspires to, but The Nire manager Dick Guiry is adamant they aren’t dwelling on any dates apart from tomorrow. Guiry’s ...

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How Limerick are maximising the rewards of hurling success

Given the scale of commercial activity Limerick GAA are involved in, you’d never think the county has a generous benefactor.

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Anthony Cunningham ratified as Roscommon manager

Roscommon clubs have ratified Anthony Cunningham as their new senior football manager.

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Roscommon set to name new senior football manager tonight

Roscommon have been without a manager since Kevin McStay stepped down in September, while preferred candidate Aidan O'Rourke turned the job down last month.

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Cork and Galway reveal new jerseys for the 2019 season

O'Neills have revealed the new Cork jersey for the 2019 season.

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Jason Ryan to work as consultant for Cork footballers

Former Wexford and Kildare manager Jason Ryan will provide a helping hand to the Cork footballers in 2019 — though he won’t be a formal part of Ronan ...

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Ulster consider December start for McKenna Cup

The Ulster Council are strongly considering a mid-December start for the McKenna Cup.

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CPA fears soccer chiefs exploiting summer ‘gap in GAA market’

Club Players Association (CPA) chairman Micheál Briody believes the FAI are targeting a major weakness in the GAA’s structure as they aim to introduce ...

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Mark Keane and Anton Tohill start early with Collingwood

Cork's Mark Keane and Derry’s Anton Tohill were on the training ground this week within hours of getting their Australian adventure underway, determined to ...

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Jason McGahan to make Kingdom fit for purpose

Kerry GAA has appointed its first full-time head of athletic development, Jason McGahan, who will oversee strength and conditioning from the senior footballers down ...

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