Five takeaways from the ongoing financial difficulties at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Michael Moynihan looks at five takeaways from today's revelations on the ongoing financial difficulties at Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

MORE

Leinster regrets linger for Cian O’Sullivan

At the end of his worst week of the year, you’d almost feel some sympathy for Cian O’Sullivan. Even with his six All-Irelands.

MORE

Peter McKenna on five big issues facing Páirc Uí Chaoimh

What about Páirc Uí Chaoimh's playing surface?

MORE

Revealed: Páirc redevelopment costs soar towards €110m as Croke Park steps in

Croke Park stadium director Peter McKenna says the cost of redeveloping Páirc Uí Chaoimh has escalated to an eye-watering total of €110 million, ...

MORE

Páirc Uí Chaoimh revamp cost spirals over €100m

The cost of redeveloping Páirc Ui Chaoimh has soared towards €110m, with Croke Park now set to spend at least a decade in charge of the new stadium in ...

MORE


Commercials to appeal fine for final no-show

Clonmel Commericals are to appeal a €2,500 fine imposed on them for failing to field a team in the South Tipperary final earlier this month.

MORE

Waterford County Board chairman Paddy Joe Ryan resists call to boycott Munster championship

The redevelopment of Walsh Park remains the only show in town, a point that Waterford County Board chairman Paddy Joe Ryan reiterated at last night’s annual ...

MORE

Sheedy: ‘Tipperary right now are outside top six’

Liam Sheedy’s second term in charge of Tipperary gets underway against the All-Ireland champions this evening at the Gaelic Grounds (7.30pm) and the Portroe ...

MORE

Munster GAA Grants: County by county breakdown for the funding

Munster GAA chiefs today announced €1.13m in funding for club and school capital development projects in the province.

MORE

Galway GAA chief pledges to get past ‘damning’ financial audit

Galway County Board chairman Pat Kearney has described as “damning” the findings of an independent audit of Galway GAA finances, which was presented ...

MORE

Aoife Murray and Gemma O’Connor commit to another season for Cork

Goalkeeper Aoife Murray and 11-time All-Star Gemma O’Connor have committed to the Cork camogie set-up for 2019, manager Paudie Murray has revealed.

MORE

‘We’re back in the chasing pack,’ says Tipp’s Seamus Callanan

Tipperary attacker Seamus Callanan says he and his teammates are keen to make up for last season’s disappointing championship.

MORE

Wexford’s Paudie Foley insists high expectation for 2019 is no load

When Damien Fitzhenry spoke last May about it being a silverware or bust season for Wexford, some supporters felt the legendary goalkeeper was piling unnecessary ...

MORE

Corn Uí Mhuirí and Harty Cup draws: Cork guaranteed two football semi-finalists

Cork will have two schools in the last four of the Corn Uí Mhuirí after this evening's quarter-final draws threw up two all-Cork pairings.

MORE

Sean Cavanagh fears long-term concussion effects after 'scary' injury

"I was sitting in work a few weeks later. I still was feeling nausea. I was still feeling sick. My balance wasn't right. My sleeping wasn't right."

MORE


Kerry footballer Conor Cox joins Roscommon senior squad

Kerry footballer Conor Cox has transferred to play with the Roscommon football team in 2019.

MORE

'We are not Dublin, nor does Kerry ever want to be a Dublin': Kerry club delegates oppose changing captaincy process

A recommendation that the selection of Kerry football captain be taken away from the county senior championship-winning club and put in the hands of Kerry management ...

MORE

Cork’s expenses for inter-county sides down €200k

Despite the change to the Munster SHC format meaning more games in 2018, Cork’s inter-county team expenses figure dropped by more than €200,000 this year ...

MORE

Stephen Bennett says relegation may help Waterford's reboot

For a county under new management and still licking their wounds after a disappointing championship campaign, starting 2019 in the second tier of hurling’s ...

MORE

Even in darkest December, Dublin fill Meath’s horizon

Mid-December yet already the challenge of the old enemy Dublin is high on the mind of Meath manager Andy McEntee.

MORE

2017 Galway U21 final to be played a year behind schedule

The 2017 Galway U21 hurling final takes place on Saturday, as poor fixture-planning and a condensed calendar has resulted in the competition running 12 months behind ...

MORE

I’ll give it another year, says Briege Corkery

Dual star Briege Corkery will be hoping to extend her own record All-Ireland medal haul after confirming she will be available to Cork camogie boss Paudie Murray ...

MORE

Stunning Hamilton High down the raging favourites

Hamilton HS Bandon stunned Corn Uí Mhuirí champions, Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, in this final Group C game played in difficult conditions in Tralee.

MORE

New rules will alter Dublin's approach, says Jim McGuinness

Jim McGuinness, the last manager to take down Dublin in the Championship, reckons it will take “something exceptional” to prevent the All-Ireland title-holders ...

MORE

Tim Murphy warns AFL are hovering for Kerry’s most talented

Keeping Kerry’s most talented young players at home and preventing further footballers from signing AFL contracts represents a “huge challenge” ...

MORE


Patrick Fox pleased with superb defensive contribution

A few moments before Patrick Fox spoke to TG4 after Sunday’s AIB Leinster club final win, he learned who Mullinalaghta would be playing next.

MORE

Tommy Murphy so proud to play his part in Carlow rising

Tommy Murphy never took a drink in his life, but three and a half decades as PRO of Carlow GAA brought him through the front doors of a lot of pubs. He saw one-liners ...

MORE

Carnacon players unlikely to return to Mayo fold

No Carnacon footballer is expected to be part of the Mayo ladies panel in 2019, despite manager Peter Leahy’s assertion that he is “quite happy to let ...

MORE

Croke Park firm takes over Páirc Uí Chaoimh management

The company which runs Croke Park is now overseeing the commercial aspects of Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

MORE

'That's an absolute cracker': Watch this wonder goal from Tourlestrane's Katie Walsh

A late contender for goal of the year came from the boot of Tourlestrane's Katie Walsh this weekend.

MORE

'Pure horsesh**e': Spillane responds to suggestion he was over-the-top in Fitzmaurice criticism

Pat Spillane has said it is “pure horsesh**e” to suggest he was in anyway over-the-top or personal in his criticism of Éamonn Fitzmaurice during ...

MORE

Donncha O’Connor: ‘You could stick your chest out about him’

Ballydesmond is not convenient.

MORE

Frank Murphy insists status of county championships must be maintained

Outgoing Cork County Board secretary Frank Murphy has expressed concerns regarding the running of county championships in the current landscape of expanded inter-county ...

MORE

Doireann O’Sullivan: ‘The main feeling is relief’

Not everyone can catalogue their emotions in the minutes after an All-Ireland final.

MORE

‘Everybody is trying to count the hand-passes in their head’

Gaelic Football’s new rules got their first official outing in the weekend’s O’Byrne Cup in Leinster. And reaction to the proposed changes was ...

MORE


The day Longford’s David slew Goliath

Victorious manager Mickey Graham said that Mullinalaghta claimed an ‘astonishing’ AIB Leinster club SFC title win that can inspire clubs all around the ...

MORE

Glanmire ensure All-Ireland Junior title remains in Cork

Kate Hannon scored 0-11 and scooped the Player of the Match award as Cork’s Glanmire won their first ever All-Ireland junior club title with victory over Tourlestrane ...

MORE

Bride Rovers claim U21 county title with late burst

Bride Rovers were crowned Cork U21AHC champions at Páirc Uí Rinn today, adding to the Cork Premier 2 minor hurling championship and league titles already ...

MORE

Mullinalaghta claim fairytale Leinster title by beating Kilmacud Crokes

It's the first time a Longford club has competed in and won the provincial title.

MORE

Siobhan Killeen haul propels Clontarf towards Club Championship ladies title

Republic of Ireland women’s international Siobhan Killeen grabbed an astonishing haul of 5-4 at Parnell Park to propel Clontarf towards an historic All-Ireland ...

MORE

Mourneabbey finally claim All-Ireland glory

No more laments for Mourneabbey.

MORE

The Kieran Shannon Interview: All-Star Sinead is setting the Goldrick standard

She’s the ladies equivalent of Seamus Moynihan — the go-to defender when there’s a fire to put out, whether it’s with All-Ireland champions ...

MORE

Big day regrets still haunting Mourneabbey footballers

It’s not the loss of three All-Ireland finals in four years that gnaws away at the footballers of Mourneabbey, but rather the sinking feeling in the pit of ...

MORE

Kerry county board secretary fearful contempt for match officials is ‘endemic’ in GAA

Contempt for match officials has become “endemic” at all levels within the GAA, Kerry county board secretary Peter Twiss has claimed.

MORE

Glen Rovers call for divisional teams block in Cork

Imokilly divisional board secretary Michael O’Brien feels a Glen Rovers motion for next week’s Cork convention is a knee-jerk reaction to the East Cork ...

MORE


Limerick's John Kiely: ‘As good as 2018 was, I just have a sense 2019 could be even more special’

Before the All-Ireland final John Kiely spoke of the abusive correspondence he — and other intercounty managers — had received.

MORE

Glen Rovers' motions for convention could have a major impact on divisions and colleges

GLEN ROVERS have proposed two motions for Cork County Board’s annual convention which could see the involvement of divisional and college sides drastically ...

MORE

Throwing barbs and ties: John Costello’s sermon from the mount

The headlines are no surprise, even if the targets are becoming predictable.

MORE

John Kiely named Munster manager of the year

John Kiely, for the leading role he played in delivering Limerick a first All-Ireland hurling title in 45 years, is the 2018 Munster GAA Manager of the Year.

MORE

Dublin star Jonny Cooper says football rules overhaul unnecessary

Five-time All-Ireland winner Jonny Cooper has revealed he thinks Gaelic football is fine as it is and doesn’t require any playing rules overhaul.

MORE