There is one change to the Limerick U20 football team for tomorrow's Munster semi-final against Kerry (LIT Gaelic Grounds, 7pm).
Here's John Fogarty's guide to what each team has to fight for.
Dublin U20 boss Tom Gray has said the decision to bring forward the underage football championship to early spring was “myopic” and a “disgrace”.
Kerry footballer Gavin Crowley will be among the high profile speakers at a GAA coaching seminar in Listowel on Saturday.
Former All-Ireland winning Cork captain Mark Landers wants the Rebels to take the Allianz Hurling League seriously but also accepts it’s the perfect opportunity to blood players who have flown under the radar.
Dublin U20 manager Tom Gray expressed relief after surviving Galway’s spirited challenge in the Eirgrid All-Ireland football semi-final at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park.
Cork football selector Eddie Kirwan has likened tomorrow’s fourth-round qualifier against Laois to an ‘All-Ireland final’.
Laois manager John Sugrue has named an unchanged side for tomorrow’s All-Ireland SFC fourth-round qualifier against Cork.
The undisputed champion of the world Katie Taylor has been immortalised on the side of a pub in Dublin.
A traditional rivalry exists between both these counties but it was not on display in what turned out to be a rather tame affair with neither outfit setting the world alight.
Joey Carbery and Keith Earls look set to return for Munster against Leinster in Saturday's Guinness Pro14 semi-final at the RDS.
Martin Kavanagh fired 11 points for Carlow, but he was unable to get them over the line for victory as Galway claimed the win in their Leinster SHC opener at Pearse Stadium.
A Shane O’Donnell and Tony Kelly-led Clare spoiled Waterford’s Munster championship homecoming to leave the Déise playing a dangerous game of catch-up in the coming weeks.
Clare secured safe passage to a fifth Munster semi-final meeting with Kerry in six years, but what they produced in this desperately poor provincial quarter-final fixture won’t be anywhere near sufficient to even remotely trouble Kerry.
Waterford took a massive step towards the TG4 Munster SFC final as Eimear Fennell’s first-half goal helped them to victory after a pulsating encounter at Cusack Park.
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