Your guide to all the weekend's main GAA fixtures
Despite beating Armagh in the Athletic Grounds, Ronan McCarthy’s side needed Tipperary to pick up a result in Thurles
“A self-inflicted wound” is how Gary Brennan felt about Clare’s game management in a frantic finish at the Athletic Grounds after their four-point lead ended up in a four-point defeat.
Limerick secretary Mike O’Riordan doesn’t envisage the county will be in competition with Cork in the battle for GAA stadium naming rights.
All-Ireland Ladies SFC champions Dublin will play two of their Lidl National League Division 1 fixtures at Croke Park this spring while also travelling to Castlebar for a showdown with Mayo.
Tyrone and Fermanagh made it two wins from two in the McKenna Cup, but Kieran McGeeney is worried about a possible fixture pile-up in the wake of postponements elsewhere yesterday.
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The lid was flipped. The usually unruffled Brian McEniff had blown his right off.
Donegal defender Eamonn Doherty is on the verge of transforming domestic success with his club side St Eunan’s of Letterkenny into championship appearances for his native county.
Kieran McGeeney is concerned Armagh have picked up “bad habits” in Division Three which could be exposed by Donegal in Sunday’s big Ulster SFC clash.
Tyrone began the defence of their Dr McKenna Cup title with a 1-12 to 1-10 win over 12-man Armagh in a feisty encounter today which saw 19 cards flashed at the Athletic Grounds – four of them red.
Tyrone remain on track to defend their Power NI Dr McKenna Cup title after emerging as 2-13 to 1-10 victors over Antrim this afternoon.
A row has developed in Armagh after the county board yesterday responded to criticisms made by former sponsor Hugh Morgan.
Tyrone and Fermanagh will meet again in Sunday's Reigning Power NI Dr. McKenna Cup semi-finals, following the completion of the group stages tonight.
IT wasn’t so long ago that Joe Kernan and Benny Tierney were disagreeing about what, if any, benefits winning Ulster had for Armagh in the grand scheme of an All-Ireland championship.
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TYRONE can move closer to the Dr McKenna Cup semi-finals if they defeat Fermanagh in Section A tonight at Brewster Park (7.30pm).
ARMAGH legend Jarlath Burns has backed the county board’s decision to sell the name of the Athletic Grounds to a corporate sponsor.
ARMAGH secretary Patrick Óg Nugent has warned that a shortage of referees could prevent the Orchard county completing its league programme in 2011.
A SENIOR GAA official has called for inter-county squads to be reduced to a maximum of 25 players in an effort to boost club championships around the country.
MUNSTER senior football champions Cork will begin the 2009 defence of their crown in the Fraher Field, Dungarvan on May 24 with a quarter-final clash against Waterford.
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