O'Connor brothers lead Ballintubber to Mayo SFC title

The O’Connor brothers stole the show as Ballintubber reclaimed the Mayo SFC title against neighbours Breaffy at MacHale Park, Castlebar last night.

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Garryspillane get the better of Bruff in Limerick Premier IHC final

Goals at the start of either half from corner-forward Callum Sheehan ensured Garryspillane will be back playing Limerick senior hurling next year.

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No way back with Mayo for Cora Staunton

Mayo ladies football legend Cora Staunton doesn’t expect to play for the county again.

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The Kieran Shannon Interview: Niall Corcoran is the blow-in behind the Dublin machine

Niall Corcoran was cut by Galway manager Ger Loughnane after the most torturous time of his hurling life. He rebuilt his inter-county career with Dublin and tomorrow ...

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‘It’s probably one of the greatest parish rivalries in the GAA’

Necessity makes bedfellows of the fiercest of rivals, especially as GAA clubs fight against rural depopulation.

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‘Divisions are the lifeblood of small Cork clubs’

The last man to lead Duhallow to a Cork senior football title has robustly defended the involvement of divisional teams in the county championship.

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Clonoulty-Rossmore retain spirit of glory years

As he takes the call in the office of his Toyota dealership in Clonmel, John Kennedy looks at the framed photograph of Clonoulty-Rossmore’s 1997 senior county-winning ...

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Mary O’Connor: ‘20x20 shouldn’t come across as by women for women — it’s about everybody’

Mary O’Connor is chief executive of the Federation of Irish Sport. She is a former acting chief executive of the Camogie Association, holds 12 All-Ireland ...

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Fourth time lucky for St Michael’s?

Despite three county final defeats over the past six seasons, St Michael’s manager John Holly insists his players carry no “psychological baggage” ...

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Charleville ‘in habit of winning’

The red-and-white colours on show in Charleville aren’t left over from Cork’s journey in the championship.

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Donegal confirm Stephen Rochford as part of their backroom team

Donegal have confirmed that former Mayo manager Stephen Rochford is joining Declan Bonner's backroom staff.

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Former GAA site to be turned into €20m soccer academy

Galway hurling’s difficulty could be Galway United’s opportunity. The 103-acre site sold by the Galway board, at a loss of almost €2m, is to be ...

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Podge Collins: Tony Kelly ‘will need watching on Sunday’

Back in August, Podge Collins found himself marking Tony Kelly for a brief period when Cratloe played Ballyea in the Clare championship.

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All things hurling with Anthony Daly

A little over a week out from the Dublin county final with Kilmacud Crokes, Anthony Daly sat down with reporters for over half an hour and talked hurling.

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Cork Premier IFC final: Fermoy still chasing the Promised Land

For either St Michael’s or Fermoy, their run of county final heartache comes to an end on Sunday.

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David Clifford to miss Kerry's league campaign

A scheduled shoulder operation next month is expected to keep David Clifford sidelined for most, if not all, of Kerry’s Allianz League campaign.

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GAA makes pitch for hurling to get world heritage recognition

Hurling took a step closer to Intangible Cultural Heritage recognition from UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) last night ...

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Killyclogher captain Emmet McFadden: ‘There’s no man bigger than the team here’

Killyclogher captain Emmet McFadden wears the number 15 on his back, but you won’t see him taking on defenders and knocking over scores in Sunday’s Tyrone ...

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David Clifford to miss start of Kerry campaign

David Clifford is set to miss the start of Kerry's National League campaign.

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Shoulder injury may force David Clifford out of Kerry's Allianz League campaign

David Clifford is expected to miss most if not all of Kerry’s Allianz League campaign with a scheduled shoulder operation.

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Tomás Ó Sé: I retired a year too early

He’s not exactly tormented by his decision, yet Kerry great Tomás Ó Sé has admitted he retired too early from the inter-county game in ...

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Clonoulty-Rossmore happy to punch above their weight

From Tony Brennan to Declan Ryan, Clonoulty-Rossmore has produced players who made indelible impressions on Tipperary hurling.

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Condensed calendar fails to free up club championships

Fifteen county football championships are running later than they did in 2017, highlighting the total lack of impact the condensed inter-county calendar has had ...

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Late blitz sees De La Salle over the line in dramatic fashion

Injury time points from Tom Gallagher and Mikey Cummins slipped De La Salle past St Flannans in yesterday's Harty Cup opener at a sunny Boherlahan.

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Comfortable win for St Colman's as they open campaign with impressive display

St Colman's are up and running in the Dr Harty Cup after easily taking care of the challenge of Nenagh CBS at Cashel today.

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Big win for Christian Brothers in Harty Cup opener

Jack Cahalane stars for Christians as they ease past Castletroy in the first game of the Dr. Harty Cup.

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County star O'Neill helps champions Ardscoil Ris get off to a winning start

Reigning Dr Harty Cup champions Ardscoil Rís got this year’s campaign off to a winning start in today’s first round tie at Mallow. The Limerick ...

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Precocious Kerry footballer Stefan Okunbor bound for Geelong Cats

Kerry is losing another emerging talent with confirmation that Munster U-20 Player of the Year, Stefan Okunbor is set to join Geelong Cats on a two-year Rookie contract. ...

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GAA supporters tired of shelling out for costly match tickets

GAA folk across the land were not happy last weekend with the prices they had to pay to get into county semi-finals and finals.

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Stephen Rochford to join Donegal set-up in surprise move

Former Mayo manager Stephen Rochford is expected to join Donegal as Declan Bonner’s new coach and selector.

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Darran O’Sullivan joins Kerry exodus

Kerry football is experiencing one of their greatest exoduses as Darran O’Sullivan yesterday became the fourth player in five weeks to retire from the inter-county ...

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Any bid to take Dublin outside Croker must come via Congress

Any attempt to change Dublin’s home advantage situation in the Super 8 will likely have to come from the floor of Congress next year.

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Carnacon wait on Mayo LGFA response before deciding on appeal

All-Ireland ladies champions Carnacon are waiting on official contact from Mayo LGFA officials before deciding whether or not to appeal the red cards shown to Fiona ...

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Pilot project to get more over 30s playing GAA

A Cork Games Development officer is trialing a new initiative which he describes as “GAA’s version of five-a-side soccer”.

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'I was very worried for my father at the time': Referee James Owens reveals abuse his family suffered after Cork-Waterford semi-final

Referee James Owens has revealed the abuse his family were subjected to after last year’s All-Ireland SHC semi-final between Waterford and Cork.

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Conor Lane: New football rules will be difficult to police

Conor Lane concedes the new experimental rules will be “difficult to police” if all five are incorporated in next year’s Allianz Football League, ...

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Watch: 'You need to put a guy in his place' - DJ Carey has the perfect response to a sulking Jamie Redknapp

Cricket star Freddie Flintoff proves to be a natural hurler when the GAA sport takes a starring role in A League of their Own this week.

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Mark O'Connor apologises to Geelong for lining out in Kerry SFC quarter-final

Mark O’Connor has apologised to his Geelong employers for lining out for Dingle in last month’s Kerry SFC quarter-final win over Austin Stacks.

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Kerry's Darran O'Sullivan retires from inter-county football

Kerry’s Darran O'Sullivan has announced his retirement from inter-county football.

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Imokilly's Paudie O’Sullivan: ‘It is not your club, but we are a seriously tight unit’

Paudie O’Sullivan knows what is being said about Imokilly.

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Dublin's Paul Mannion predicts ‘complete chaos’ with rule changes

All-Star Dublin forward Paul Mannion has claimed that the GAA’s proposed rule changes are “a really bad idea” and that the sin-bin suggestion could ...

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Counties set own ticket prices, say Croker chiefs

Croke Park issued no directive to county boards to raise their county final ticket prices to €20.

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Shane Dowling looking for more silverware: ‘If we can match their hunger, we hope our hurling will take over’

Shane Dowling admits a break would be welcome but the prospect of claiming another county title with Na Piarsaigh can’t be turned down.

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David Gallagher true Meath royalty with third title over three decades

Veteran David Gallagher admitted it was worth sticking it out for 20 years to complete a remarkable treble of Meath SFC titles with his club.

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Another Tohill catches eye of AFL talent spotters

Derry teenager Anton Tohill will be hoping to succeed where his father Anthony failed by carving out a career in the AFL after being signed by Melbourne giants Collingwood. ...

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Limerick camogie board defend controversial method of selecting team to represent county

The Limerick camogie board have defended the process which saw Crecora nominated to represent the county in the Munster junior championship in controversial circumstances. ...

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Irish Banshees already looking ahead after AFL Euro Cup win

Saturday’s final at CIT will not be forgotten by Michael Currane anytime soon.

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Club put county title celebrations on hold to search for lost engagement ring

Well, this is a unique way to celebrate a county title.

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Club GAA podcast: Division envy in Cork, what's driving Na Piarsaigh, Clifford v Geaney but no O'Connor, and Ennistymon joy

Imokilly, ‘the Beast from the East’, won the Cork senior hurling final but not everyone on Leeside is thrilled for them.

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Anthony Tohill's teenage son signed by Aussie Rules giants

Tohill Jnr is a towering figure at 6’6’’ tall despite being just 18.

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