The army 'wouldn’t have stopped' early pitch celebration from Roscommon fans

Stadium clocks should stop after 35 minutes, according to Connacht Council secretary John Prenty, who believes the premature pitch invasion near the end of Sunday’s ...

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Little gain but plenty pain for unbeaten Tipp

Difficult to distinguish the winners from the losers here. Because the scoreboard told only half the story.

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Clare's Donal Moloney blasts criticism levelled at Banner players

Clare joint-manager Donal Moloney hit out after yesterday’s game at the criticism levelled at the Banner players after recent defeats in the Munster Championship. ...

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Donoghue non-committal on Galway future after ‘devastating’ early exit

Micheál Donoghue has another year to run on his management deal with Galway but after this who can say what the future holds.

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Cunningham has brilliantly built a template for Rossie progress

A most stunning comeback by Roscommon, matched by an equally stunning collapse from Galway.

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Smiles all around for Wexford and Kilkenny amid the swirling madness

When the seventy-something minutes of hurling were over, and both sets of supporters understood that they would meet again in the provincial final a fortnight later, ...

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A night of Captial gains for the Dubs brings pain for Galway

We don’t wish to burst Dublin’s bubble but Nicky English’s comments about Parnell Park came to mind after this remarkable game.

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All the talking points from the weekend's GAA action

Our writers reflect on the weekend's GAA action.

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Saoirse Noonan stars as Cork claim another Munster ladies football title

Full forward Saoirse Noonan fired 2-3 from play in Fraher Field as the Rebelettes captured back-to-back TG4 Munster Ladies SFC titles and their 13th in total.

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Kelly ‘gutted’ as Offaly in freefall after shattering defeat to Kerry

It was an historic day in Austin Stack Park on Saturday as Kerry condemned four-time Liam McCarthy Cup winners Offaly to Christy Ring Cup hurling in 2020 when they ...

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Aidan O’Mahony and Kieran Donaghy star in Kerry county leagues

Former Kerry stars Aidan O’Mahony and Kieran Donaghy rolled back the years in the County League this weekend.

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Tipp camogie star Walsh recovering after horror injury

Tipperary camogie player Nicole Walsh is recovering at home after her frightening injury caused the abandonment of Saturday evening’s All-Ireland Championship ...

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Cork Hurling League: Mallow stay top of second tier

Mallow remain top of Division 2 of the RedFM Cork Hurling League as they made it seven wins from nine.

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Super second half sees Roscommon claim Connacht title

A forceful second-half display - during which they outscored their hosts by 1-8 to 0-2 - secured a 25th Connacht SFC title for Roscommon.

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Tipp get the better of champions but sides to meet again in Munster final

First-half injuries to Cathal Barrett (hamstring) and Patrick Maher (knee) tempered Tipperary maintaining their 100% record as they and Limerick will meet again ...

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Victory not enough as Clare exit Championship

Clare restored pride with a battling performance but exited the Munster championship yesterday despite beating Cork in Ennis.

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Clare withstand late rally to secure Munster MHC final berth

Despite holding a six point lead, Clare were made sweat till the final seconds to secure their place in the provincial final

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Three Dublin strikes knock Galway out of the Championship

Galway have been sensationally dumped out of the All-Ireland hurling championship after a remarkable evening at Parnell Park that saw Dublin pull off a famous Leinster ...

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Wexford and Kilkenny to meet in Leinster final after dramatic draw

The revamped hurling championship has given us many wondrous memories this last 13 months but the sight of Wexford and Kilkenny supporters jiving away together to ...

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Champions Cork impress while Kilkenny and Limerick also open camogie championship campaign with wins

Kilkenny turned around their National League final reverse at the hands of Galway coming out two-point winners in their championship opener today.

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Kerry condemn Offaly to the Christy Ring Cup

It was an historic day in Austin Stack Park as Kerry condemned four times Liam McCarthy Cup winners Offaly to Christy Ring Cup hurling in 2020 when they won this ...

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The Kieran Shannon Interview: The wonder of Jamie Wall

As a coach, he likes to have music around the dressing room. Doesn’t have to be Oasis, just whatever helps the lads gel and feel at ease. These are the sounds ...

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Win and you’re right, lose and you’re wrong

Cork manager John Meyler says preparations are complete for tomorrow’s Munster SHC clash with Clare — so what are his Saturday evening plans?

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Leading questions: Too many games down south show we assume too much

Tomorrow’s meeting with Limerick is a chance for Tipp to rest some ‘made men’

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O’Gorman: Davy should get praise, not criticism

There’s a chance Davy Fitzgerald will decide his time in the south-east is up if Wexford exit the hurling Championship this evening.

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Is (overdue) change in the air for camogie championship?

Losing last year’s All-Ireland semi-final to Kilkenny hurt Galway camogie captain Sarah Dervan so much she did something, you imagine, that was totally alien ...

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Border crossing: the Kilkenny man who played in goals for Wexford

David ‘Stoney’ Burke turns, attention broken. He has a big hurling occasion to mind from between the posts. But the voice is familiar, all too familiar. ...

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How come the west is asleep in Tipp hurling?

September 1, 1997. The day John Kiely began teaching in The Abbey was Conor O’Brien’s first as a student in the Tipperary town secondary school. Just ...

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Flynn not deterred by sentiment in third title bid

Tomorrow, at Pearse Stadium, Galway midfielder Tom Flynn will hope to pocket a third Connacht SFC medal in four years, having started the previous two final victories. ...

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Sideline view: ‘If we only value success we are setting our children up for failure’

Like many other parents, my weekends consist of rushing and racing to get to games and training.

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Hannah Looney comes into Cork team for Munster final clash with Waterford

Cork manager Ephie Fitzgerald has drafted dual star Hannah Looney into his starting line-up for Sunday’s TG4 Munster Ladies Senior Football Championship Final ...

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Colm Callanan: Bench can drive Galway on like in 2017

After missing all of last year’s championship and this year’s league campaign through injury, Callanan (36) has forced his way back into the first-choice ...

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Coady: Carlow not looking for more, just the same

Carlow hurler Paul Coady says his team have not been treated as equals in the Liam MacCarthy Cup, and a Championship restructure should keep them in the competition. ...

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Walsh still sees merit in Connacht championship

The Connacht senior football championship is “as hard as any province to win”, according to Galway manager Kevin Walsh.

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Cork would benefit from missing hype around Munster final, says McLoughlin

Former Cork hurler Lorcán McLoughlin believes the county would be better served by finishing third in the province, rather than progressing to yet another ...

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Davy ready to bring the noise against Kilkenny

It’s March 10 last, a wind- assisted Wexford have outscored his team by 12 points in the second half to make the league knockout stages, and to make matters ...

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Keane hopeful of clean bill of health for final

Kerry football manager Peter Keane is hopeful of having a full hand to pick from for Saturday week’s Munster SFC final.

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Hurling Hands - Johnny Callinan: ‘Sean Stack broke my finger but I’m certain he didn’t mean it’

Clare hero Johnny Callinan wonders what has happened to all the broken fingers.

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Three changes for Roscommon as teams named for Connacht final

Galway and Roscommon have named their started XVs for Sunday's Connacht SFC final.

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Five things the fixtures task force must do - and five more that are up for debate

Just one Munster man — Cork GAA CEO Kevin O’Donovan — is involved in the new fixtures task force (four from Leinster, three each from Connacht ...

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Kilkenny surfing the blue wave

Dublin forward Ciaran Kilkenny is looking forward to a summer of fun riding the blue wave.

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O’Donnell certain much more to come from Tribe

This Galway football team has yet to fulfil its potential, according to half-back Gary O’Donnell.

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Kinnerk research underlines benefits of games-based approach

Paul Kinnerk’s mind will be on other matters on Sunday in Thurles but this week saw the publication of a Gaelic football research paper the Limerick senior ...

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Approval on hold for Semple Stadium plan

The Tipperary County Council are seeking further information on the redevelopment of Semple Stadium’s Kinane Stand before deciding to give it the go-ahead.

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Donegal allay Jason McGee injury fears ahead of Ulster final

Donegal have no fresh injury worries ahead of their Ulster SFC final against Cavan on Sunday week.

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Approval on hold for Semple Stadium plan

The Thurles Gaelic Sportsground Society Ltd and Tipperary County Board have been asked for more details concerning the multi-million plans to transform the area ...

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Ashling Thompson opts out of Cork camogie panel for 2019

Four-time All-Ireland winner Ashling Thompson is no longer part of the Cork camogie panel, manager Paudie Murray has confirmed.

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Cork's Orla Finn named LGFA player of the month for May

Finn scored five points in the league final win over Galway as the Rebelettes before putting up a personal tally of 0-11 in a big win over Waterford in the Munster ...

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Strength in depth makes Cork genuine contenders

Shane Kingston, a youngster that performed in the second half like a man hellbent on reclaiming a starting position in the team struck three wonderfully-executed ...

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Belfast venue confirmed for Antrim's home qualifier against Kildare

The venue has a capacity of 2,100

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