Déise chief determined to bring Walsh Park in under budget

Waterford County Board chairman Paddy Joe Ryan says Walsh Park “was the only game in town” for redevelopment within the county but warns refurbishment ...

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Here's this week's Allianz League action in one graphic

Ahead of another round of Allianz League action, here are some of the stats and facts from the League so far.

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Calm before the storm for GAA administrators

Special Congress will attract more attention than this weekend’s Annual Congress, as it deals with a greater number of topical issues.

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‘Anyone who says Kilkenny are gone are codding themselves’

For a while, Limerick’s All-Ireland win of 1973 was a topic Eamonn ‘Ned’ Rea didn’t wish to speak about, not publicly at least. Until last ...

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Jack Kennedy hopes to maintain winning streak with Tipp

UCC’s Jack Kennedy has given the thumbs-up to the midweek staging of the Sigerson Cup final.

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‘Corn Uí Mhuirí isn’t a stepping stone for the county minors like before’

Lowering the minor age grade to U17 has left post-primary footballers “between a rock and a hard place”, according to St Brendan’s College manager, ...

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Jamie Clarke: ‘I’m never half in or out. It’s one or the other’

Jamie Clarke is staying in Ireland for the foreseeable future, that much the Armagh footballer can say for certain.

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Tommy Kenoy glad club grounds off limits at Congress

One of the major drivers behind the decision in 2005 to amend Rule 42 has expressed his relief that the GAA’s intention to further relax its property regulation ...

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Cork v Tipperary Ladies Football clash to be streamed live on Facebook

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association has announced that Saturday’s Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 match between Cork and Tipperary will ...

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'Age doesn’t come into it' - See UCC captain Cian Kiely's tribute to 74-year-old manager Billy Morgan

UCC captain Cian Kiely has paid tribute to manager Billy Morgan after his side won the Sigerson Cup last night.

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Corbett says O’Shea’s influence can put the zip back into Tipp

Lar Corbett is thrilled at the prospect of Eamon O’Shea linking up with Tipperary again but warns his involvement is no guarantee of All-Ireland success.

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Páirc Uí Chaoimh pitch issue gives Denis Coughlan deja vu

Denis Coughlan has played more games at Páirc Uí Chaoimh than he cares to remember, in both football and hurling.

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Morgan: Sigerson Cup win a 'victory for football'

“A victory for football” is how Billy Morgan described this latest Sigerson Cup final win, his fifth as a player or manager.

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Next five-stopper will be a Mayo man, reckons Darby

If there is to be another Seamus Darby this year, the man himself believes he is likely to be a Mayo man.

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Referees chief Smyth warns hurling bosses to lay off officials

The chairman of the national referees’ appointments committee, Donal Smyth, believes inter-county managers need to be more self-critical, rather than looking ...

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O’Shea: Croke Park holds no fear for Mayo youth

When Mayo last won their opening three rounds of the league, the year was 2006, Mickey Moran and the late John Morrison were in charge of the westerners and Aidan ...

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Motion seeks to allow young stars step back to U20 arena

Several counties are in line to benefit from plans to allow U20 footballers on senior panels to return to play in the U20 inter-county championship so long as the ...

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'A victory for football' - Cork legend Morgan hails his fifth Sigerson title as best ever

Morgan was at the helm when UCC claimed the title in 2011 and ‘14

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Seán O'Shea inspires UCC to Sigerson success

UCC 0-16 St Mary's 1-9

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Cork GAA CEO wants full pitch replacement and 'trusts' final Páirc figure will be €95.8m

Cork GAA chief executive Kevin O’Donovan has tonight suggested he is confident the €95.8m estimated as the final cost for the redevelopment of Páirc ...

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All-Star Paul Durcan back training with Donegal - report

All-Ireland-winning goalkeeper Paul Durcan could be on the verge of a return to the Donegal senior football side.

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What impact would changing the colour of the sliotar have?

Had Donal Óg Cusack a good case when he argued last Saturday night, speaking live on RTÉ, that the GAA need to change the colour of the sliotar?

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Eoin Kelly: GAA HQ putting pressure on referees

Tipperary legend Eoin Kelly fears free-flowing hurling will suffer this year due to robust refereeing.

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Some things just take a bit more time: Peter Duggan discusses his dyslexia

Peter Duggan was in London with his brother over the winter when his phone lit up with a text message from his old schoolteacher Fiona de Buitleir.

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‘The thing that binds us together is the skull and crossbones crest’

A remarkable week for UCC’s GAA club begins in earnest this evening at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise.

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Conor Mortimer: Breaking Dublin’s spell would be huge for Mayo

Conor Mortimer reckons the psychological boost of Mayo claiming their first win over Dublin in seven years would be “huge” but doesn’t expect them ...

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O'Shea to join Tipperary management team

Tipperary GAA has confirmed that Eamon O’Shea is to return to the senior hurling back-room team at the end of the Allianz Hurling League in a support role, ...

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Aaron Gillane to miss Limerick's clash with Cork over Fitzgibbon Cup

Treaty county manager John Kiely has confirmed Gillane will be rested as he is to play for Mary Immaculate against UCC in the Fitzgibbon Cup final 24-hours before.

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Hurling league crowds holding up

Attendances for the opening three rounds of Division 1A hurling are in keeping with last year but Division 1 football crowds are thus far down on 2018.

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Keane: Managers forced to adapt to replacement rules

Kerry boss Peter Keane believes managers must re-examine their replacement strategies in the wake of the GAA’s decision to reduce permitted subs from six to ...

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Limerick’s central power base impresses Walsh

Kilkenny star Walter Walsh wasn’t biting when asked about his former team-mate Jackie Tyrrell’s recent comments about Limerick.

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O’Hanlon: Young Model stars grasping opportunities

Other teams may be taking indifferent approaches to the soon-to-be-changed league, but not Wexford, insists joint-captain Matthew O’Hanlon.

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Hayes determined to maintain winning habit

Before last Sunday, no Limerick team had beaten Kilkenny in the Allianz League at Nowlan Park during Kyle Hayes’ lifetime.

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MacNiallais: 'Football is going to be the last thing on my mind for the next few weeks'

Odhrán MacNiallais has ruled himself out of a quick return to Donegal duty as he comes to terms with the death of his close friend Micheál Roarty and ...

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Horgan hopes to build on lessons from Clare victory

Cork’s Patrick Horgan ended Saturday night’s Allianz Hurling League game with the extraordinary tally of 0-16, (0-15 from frees), but the Glen Rovers ...

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Eamon McGee: 'No logic' to claim 'piss-ups' cost Gaoth Dobhair their All-Ireland chance

Gaoth Dobhair lost the All-Ireland Club SFC semi-final to reigning champions Corofin on Saturday.

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Liam Sheedy unhappy with calls by ref Colm Lyons

Liam Sheedy didn’t require much coaxing to part company with his views on referee Colm Lyons’ performance.

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Allianz League review: Weekend talking points

That Tipperary have only one league win from three outings is not a concern for Liam Sheedy.

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Limerick raise the bar

Early last month, Seamus Flanagan was asked about the challenge facing Limerick in 2019.

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No safety net on view in Wexford

Scoreboard To the chorus of voices who argue that counties have adopted a blasé approach to this league, given the threat of relegation is off the table, ...

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Patrick Horgan punishes Clare’s indiscipline

For those spilling out of Páirc Uí Rinn as the rain closed in on Saturday evening, one question dominated conversations.

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Routine victory for Galway as Dubs fold under pressure

This was a convincing and routine win for Galway as they easily bettered Dublin to claim both the league points on offer at Pearse Stadium.

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Galway clinch semi-final place

Ailish O’Reilly hit 1-3 while Carrie Dolan slotted eight points from placed balls as Galway assured themselves of a place in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie ...

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Waterford waltzing through lower ranks

So far, so good for Paraic Fanning in Division 1B of the Allianz League.

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Boyle points Kerry to facile win over Mayo

Kerry had far too much firepower for a disappointing Mayo side in this one-sided Allianz Hurling League Division 2A tie at Austin Stack Park yesterday.

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Brennan’s Laois heap more misery on Offaly

A first-half blitz from Laois saw them claim a crucial Allianz Hurling League Division 1B win over Offaly on Saturday night.

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‘Changes will come but they will be subtle’

Three wins from three means Limerick have room to manoeuvre and to tweak their team but John Kiely seemed almost aghast at the invitation to ease off.

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Midleton CBS end Harty Cup heartbreak the hard way

Composure under pressure proved decisive as Midleton CBS secured a first Munster crown in 13 years at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday afternoon.

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UCC stay on course for double honours

A huge week coming up for UCC. The hurlers will take on Mary Immaculate College in the Fitzgibbon Cup showdown on Saturday in Waterford IT, but first is the Sigerson ...

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Hurling League round-up: Westmeath, Derry and Roscommon sitting pretty

The only away win of the afternoon earned Westmeath top spot in Division 2A, thanks to a 1-17 to 1-15 victory over Antrim at Corrigan Park, Belfast.

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