Joe Quaid: Limerick team have the right attitude to win

Limerick legend Joe Quaid believes their players have the right mental approach to finally end their 45-year wait to lift the Liam McCarthy Cup this Sunday.

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Conor Whelan reminds people of human element to inter-county scene

When the players involved in the All-Ireland SHC final are retiring to their beds next Saturday night, Niall Donohue is sure to pop into Conor Whelan’s mind.

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GAA: Touted tickets will be cancelled

Ahead of the All-Ireland hurling and football finals, the GAA has issued a warning for anyone thinking of buying or selling touted tickets.

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Ollie Canning backs Galway to retain All-Ireland title

Four-time All-Star Ollie Canning believes Galway's experience will see them retain the Liam McCarthy Cup.

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Micheál Donoghue: Three weeks is probably an ideal scenario

Galway manager Micheál Donoghue is not sure if bringing forward the All- Ireland final to August was the correct decision, advocating for a three-week break between ...

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Galway's Cyril Donnellan ‘worried’ by Limerick

Cyril Donnellan is hoping that Galway’s longer-than-anticipated route back to the All-Ireland hurling final won’t prove to be a drag on their ambitions when they ...

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Sean Silke: 4am wake-up, gearbag missing, and happy Limerick fans at the door

It was sometime around 4am on the Sunday morning of the 1980 All-Ireland final when Sean Silke was jolted from his sleep.

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Cork County Board board to form sub-committee to tackle football failings

At last night’s meeting of the Cork County Board, chairperson Tracey Kennedy announced the formation of a sub-committee to look at and improve the long-term future ...

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Kerry’s replacement for Eamonn Fitzmaurice to be announced in early October

Kerry’s replacement for Eamonn Fitzmaurice will be named and ratified along with his management committee at the county committee meeting on Monday night, October ...

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Reidy grabbing chance with Limerick after two years out of equation

David Reidy’s late point for Limerick in the All-Ireland semi-final against Cork drew a line under a tough couple of years for the Dromin- Athlacca man.

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Jason Doherty welcomes Stephen Rochford’s commitment to Mayo cause

Jason Doherty has welcomed Stephen Rochford’s renewed commitment to Mayo for 2019 and feels the arrival of a new backroom team will put an onus on the players to ...

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Gianluca Vialli on 'breath-taking' Gaelic football: 'The pitch looks like an airport to me!'

Italian football legend Gianluca Vialli has been impressed by the "unbelievable" fitness of Gaelic footballers.

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'One of the strong points of the GAA': Dublin star praises Asian Games ahead of 2018 edition

There will be more players - and bigger crowds - than ever before at the forthcoming FEXCO Asian Gaelic Games in Bangkok.

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Confirmed: Davy Fitzgerald to continue as Wexford manager

A lengthy commute was said to be one of the major factors being weighed up by Fitzgerald.

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Paul Browne happy to play his part from the sidelines after injury

Paul Browne’s role is now that of a consultant for the active members of the Limerick midfielders club.

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John Meyler: 'The pressure on players socially, physically, and mentally is enormous'

John Meyler has warned of the enormous toll being taken on the GAA’s inter-county players after concerns expressed in Cork over the risk of “life-altering” ...

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Stephen Rochford will stay on as Mayo manager

He's in the process of recruiting replacements for three of his management team.

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John Meyler highlights Limerick’s consistency ahead of Galway clash

It’s hardly surprising that John Meyler has been impressed with Limerick’s character.

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Selector Noel Larkin insists seeds of doubt never took hold for Tribesmen

There have been just two occasions during Micheál Donoghue’s tenure where Galway suffered back-to-back defeats.

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Jack McCaffrey reveals journey to ‘a dark place’ before Dublin return

When Jim Gavin spoke after Dublin’s defeat of Galway on Saturday about his players being so “selfless with their time” and energy, it smacked of ...

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Former Tribesman captain David Collins: Glynn faces big call on future

Former Galway captain David Collins reckons Jonathan Glynn will have a big decision to make about his inter-county career after the All-Ireland final.

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Liam Cahill: I haven’t thought about Tipp top job

Tipperary U21 hurling manager Liam Cahill says he has given no consideration to the vacant senior position, questioning whether he would even be ready for the role, ...

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Farney’s Conor McManus ‘bought a few frees’, insists Hampsey

Padraig Hampsey clearly isn’t of a mind that Monaghan were poorly served by referee Anthony Nolan in Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.

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Champions Imokilly to face Bishopstown in third round of Cork senior hurling championship

Cork senior hurling champions Imokilly will face Bishopstown in round 3 of the championship, following the draws for the remainder of the campaign at Páirc ...

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McGuigan: Tyrone will need to step up to defeat Dublin

Tyrone legend Brian McGuigan says they will need a big step up in performance if they are to challenge Dublin in next month's All-Ireland Football Final.

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Ger and Dalo's All-Ireland final preview: 'The bus journey we're dreaming of all our lives'

All-Ireland winners Ger Cunningham and Anthony Daly preview the hurling final with Colm O'Connor.

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All-Ireland U21 hurling final confirmed for Gaelic Grounds

The All-Ireland U21 hurling final between Cork and Tipperary will be played at the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick, at 5.30pm on Sunday 26th of August.

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Brilliant Dublin display blows Kerry away and sets up semi-final clash with Galway

Dublin manager Mick Bohan says his players were entirely responsible for their brilliant second half display as they blew Kerry away with a stunning performance ...

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Brian Gavin: Referee Nolan may look back with regret

It was a big weekend for two relatively inexperienced referees at this level of football and one can come away from it happy with his performance.

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Declan Bogue: The game’s greatest survivor navigates one more cliff walk

There is a moment at the end of any big, tight game in Croke Park when the whistle blows and you discover that, journalist and all bedamned, your gut tells you how ...

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Happy Harte vows to give country competitive final

Ten years it’s taken them to negotiate the penultimate step.

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Tyrone hands finally go up

John Fogarty scoreboard Whatever way it was going to come didn’t matter to Mickey Harte. At the fifth time of asking since 2008, Tyrone are back in an All-Ireland ...

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‘Even in adversity and despair, they’ve stood up’

Galway 3-13 Meath 2-9 By Paul Keane A ‘low key’ approach served Galway well as they belied their apparent underdog status to cruise through to the All-Ireland ...

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Kerry keep up drive for five as minors see off Monaghan

Peter Keane is a measured man of carefully chosen words though when Monaghan cracked in their second goal late on at Croke Park, levelling the game, the Kerry manager’s ...

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Limerick boss John Kiely pushes for larger panels

Limerick manager John Kiely doesn’t enjoy dropping players for big games, describing it as a “very difficult scenario” - and feels the 26-man panel ...

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Why so blue: Dublin show scratches, not chinks, in armour

Denis Connerton described Dublin as a “monster” after they terrorised Longford. John Evans claimed there was no end of superlatives that could be thrown ...

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Tomás Quinn: Dublin reach degree of comfort with multiple game plans

There was a sense of inevitability about the result and at times it felt like the Galway players felt the same, writes Tomás Quinn.

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Dublin stretch the gap to breaking point with win over Galway

The thought struck on Saturday evening that maybe Croke Park and football should agree to go their separate ways for a while.

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Mickey Harte unlikely to speak to RTÉ ahead of All-Ireland final

Mickey Harte’s eight-year feud with RTÉ means the national broadcasters are likely to be frozen out by the Tyrone camp ahead of their All-Ireland final ...

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Tyrone to face Dublin in All-Ireland football final after victory over Monaghan

Tyrone absorbed a late Monaghan rally to seal their first All-Ireland spot in 10 years after a Niall Sludden 64th minute goal set them on their way.

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Dominant second half see Dublin one game away from All-Ireland senior football four-in-a-row title

Dublin sit just 70 minutes away from the county’s first four-in-a-row of All-Ireland senior football titles after an utterly dominant second-half display against ...

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Waterford retain TG4 All-Ireland senior status over Tipperary

Maria Delahunty scored 1-7, including an injury-time penalty, as the Waterford ladies retained their TG4 All-Ireland senior status after a thrilling relegation encounter ...

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Monaghan preserve senior status with six-point victory over Cavan

Monaghan used all of their experience to secure their senior status in a six-point victory over neighbours Cavan in the TG4 All-Ireland relegation play-off.

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Son, 7, of legendary Dublin keeper John O'Leary to present match ball in Croke Park

The son of former Dublin goalkeeper John O'Leary is to walk out on to the Croke Park pitch today.

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The county man’s journey home may not always be smooth

As the sun begins to set on the inter-county summer, thoughts turn towards the heart of the action — the club scene.

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Relief for Rebel County dual stars as fixtures clash resolved

The fixtures row which developed because of Cork’s involvement in both All- Ireland camogie and ladies football semi-finals has been resolved.

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Life in a border town for Tyrone man Ryan McAnespie

Ryan McAnespie lives his life in Tyrone but tomorrow will go to battle for Monaghan against the Red Hands. Here, he unravels the reasons for his Oriel links, the ...

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EirGrid reveal the season's four best U20 footballers from each of the provinces

EirGrid have revealed the winners of the EirGrid GAA U20 Player of the Province Award.

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LGFA move semi-final to accommodate Cork's dual players

The Ladies Gaelic Football Association have moved the senior Ladies Football semi-final between Cork and Donegal back a week to accommodate the Rebel county's dual ...

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‘It’s not the beautiful game anymore’

Former Galway captain Finian Hanley has admitted the All-Ireland semi-finalists had to get “cynical” this year in order to compete with the top teams.

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