Oisín McConville believes the GAA’s next step in tackling gambling addiction should be an outright ban on Gaelic players betting on football and hurling.MORE
Barry O’Driscoll is asked if the rest of Cork shared in celebrating Nemo Rangers’ Munster success back in late November.MORE
Offaly football manager Stephen Wallace has hit out at the negativity of recently retired inter-county players, accusing them of “throwing stones” at former teammates.MORE
Tyrone footballer Tiernan McCann has to ice his fractured kneecap every 30 minutes and is unable to walk or work because of the serious injury sustained last week.MORE
The chairman and the secretary of the Kerry Ladies Football executive resigned yesterday after the controversial decision to terminate the contract of minor manager Jonathan Griffin.MORE
Today’s Sigerson Cup final should provide Damien Comer’s seventh start in 25 days but who’s counting? Three wins for NUI Galway in the competition and another three with the county in Allianz League Division 1 underlines what a fruitful start it’s been to 2018 for the Annaghdown forward.MORE
Corofin’s Martin McNamara is delighted to have Kieran Molloy and Liam Silke available for today’s All-Ireland semi-final, but is disappointed that they have had to sacrifice a Sigerson Cup final, as a result.MORE
The executive of the Kerry ladies football board have removed Jonathan Griffin from the position of Kerry minor manager one week before the team’s Munster championship opener.MORE
Former Dublin defender Johnny Magee has revealed he skipped surgery after damaging his cruciate knee ligament, playing on for years, and he reckons Bernard Brogan could do likewise.MORE
University of Ulster 1-13 UCD 0-18 (after double extra-time)
Brian Ó Seanacháin and Con O’Callaghan scored in the second period of double extra-time to book UCD’s place in Saturday’s Sigerson Cup final for the third year in a row.
NUI Galway 2-12 Dublin IT 0-15
NUI Galway manager Maurice Sheridan is hopeful his side can now claim their 23rd Sigerson Cup crown after qualifying for the final in a tough contest at the St Loman’s club in Mullingar.
This isn’t a retirement statement per se. Writing this started off as my way of coping with GAA retirement. It was my way of expressing my emotions to myself. But I realised pretty quickly that there were some pretty important messages worth sharing, says Michael Sheehan.MORE