Ladies football round-up: Kelsey Nesbitt goal sets up comfortable Meath win

Meath got off to a cracking start and were 0-4 to 0-1 clear before a Katie Walsh goal for Sligo brought the hosts back into contention.

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Camogie round-up: Division 1 semi-finalists decided

All that is to be determined in Group 2 now is who will advance as top seeds, with Cathal Murray’s troops playing host next weekend to All-Ireland champions ...

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Sean O’Shea's goals key as UCC earn spot in Sigerson Cup final

UCC are through to play St Mary’s University College, Belfast in the Sigerson Cup final in Parnell Park next Wednesday.

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Injury time point gives Wexford win over 14-man Tipp

Wexford 1-15 Tipperary 1-14

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Another big win sees Waterford through to NHL quarter-finals

Waterford 3-15 Carlow 0-10

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Kavanagh's perfect 10 sees Laois defeat local rivals

Laois 3-17 Offaly 2-16

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'May 12 is our target date' - Cork chairperson says Páirc Uí Chaoimh should be ready for Championship

Tonight's Allianz Hurling League clash with Clare was moved to Pairc Ui Rinn after the pitch was deemed unplayable after the league double-header two weeks ago.

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Crokes end Mullinalaghta dream and book All-Ireland final spot

Dr Crokes (Kerry) 0-18 Mullinalaghta (Longford) 2-7

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Dominant first half sees St Mary's secure Sigerson final berth

Sigerson Cup semi-final: St Mary’s 0-10 UCD 0-07

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'You always try and use hurt as motivation' - Midleton avenge last year's defeat with impressive Harty win

"he lads showed great heart to get them over the line. I am so just delighted for them."

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The main talking points as Midleton claim Harty Cup honours

Joe Stack’s 53rd-minute goal which put Midleton three clear, 2-10 to 0-13, and arrived after Midleton had struck five consecutive wides

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Stack goal sees Midleton bridge 13-year gap to claim Harty Cup title

Midleton CBS 2-12 CBC 0-14

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'Thankfully we weathered the storm in the second-half' - St Francis College claim Tom Collum cup

Paul O’Riordan from the Tracton club got the all-important goal for St Francis College Rochestown in their 1-13 to 0-14 Munster PPS U19B hurling final victory ...

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St Francis College secure first Tom Collum cup win over Hamilton High School

St Francis College Rochestown annexed their first ever Tom Collum cup with a hard-fought win over Hamilton High School from Bandon.

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Harnedy to make first league appearance of the season

Seamus Harnedy is set to make his first league appearance of the season tonight when Cork host Clare at Páirc Uí Rinn, 7.15pm.

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Seamus Callanan hoping break works oracle

When Liam Sheedy spoke last week of wanting to “give something back” to his class of 2010 “before they go to cash in their chips” it was ...

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Dr Crokes always learning from the past and pain

Such has been Dr Crokes’ fraught relationship with All-Ireland club semi-final afternoon that the importance of their 2017 victory over Corofin — even ...

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This time, Midleton keen to defuse the Harty Cup hype

Midleton CBS held their Harty Cup final press afternoon on Wednesday week last, the low-key gathering in stark contrast to last year’s.

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CBC Cork: ‘We felt there was room for another hurling school in the city’

One of Cork’s rugby powerhouses in the Harty Cup final, Christian Brothers, Cork, have had to buck tradition to arrive in today’s decider. Selector, ...

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Hamilton and Rochestown juggling the dual dilemma

Hamilton High School and St Francis College Rochestown have a lot of things in common as they prepare to face off in today’s Corn Mhic Cholaim final in Páirc ...

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True Gaels set sights on the biggest stage of all

A speech with a line such as, ‘My heart is lifted to heavenly heights’ is always going to leave an impression.

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Mullinalaghta’s underdog tale is not finished yet

It’s meant in a positive way, to remind Shane Mulligan of what’s possible, but recalling the 2006 All-Ireland qualifier between Longford and Kerry turns ...

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Corofin's Kieran Fitzgerald thriving in twilight of career

Closing in on 40 years of age, life is just beginning in a Corofin jersey for Kieran Fitzgerald.

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Christy Ring went down on one knee at half-time and said, ‘Lads, ye have them’

Two Cork schools contest the Harty Cup final today (throw-in, 2pm), but it’s not the first time two Leeside schools have made it to the Harty final. Just 50 ...

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Three of hurling’s most successful managers on the emotional rollercoaster of life on the sidelines

What would you do in the pursuit of All-Ireland glory?

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'We have to put it behind us now': Captain Niamh Kelly on Mayo upheaval

“It probably was one of the hardest games I have played in.”

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

The football is taking a break this weekend, but the Allianz Hurling League kicks into top gear.

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Derek McGrath: You feel like you’re Mother Teresa

Derek McGrath has laid bare the extent that hurling invades inter-county managers’ personal lives.

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John Kiely feared the sack after poor debut season as Limerick boss

Limerick manager John Kiely feared he would be sacked a year before leading Limerick to their first All-Ireland in 45 years.

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Dr Crokes 'don’t take anything for granted’, says O'Callaghan

The unpredictable nature of the All-Ireland club semi-final has Dr Crokes wary.

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Delivering a performance is Midleton’s priority

For Midleton CBS, the disappointment was two-fold this time last year.

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CBC’s Barrett wary of falling at final hurdle

Shane Barrett, one of the inspirational figures on the Christian Brothers College team that will contest their first Dr Harty Cup final in 101 years, is looking ...

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Is Páirc’s final ‘estimated cost’ actually the end of it?

The comments were probably lost in the kerfuffle over GAA ticket prices and attendance figures, but they’re worth revisiting now given the statement this week ...

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Evolution is part of every game-plan, says Murphy

Blame Glenmore man Kenny Cotterill’s skill at racquetball.

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Aaron Gillane scores 1-12 as Mary I advance to Fitzgibbon final against UCC

Aaron Gillane was the hero as Mary Immaculate College booked their place in this year’s Fitzgibbon Cup final when they held off the NUIG challenge at Cusack ...

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Medics warning over modifying helmets after hurler suffers horrific hand injury

31% of players admitted to modifying their faceguard in some way, according to a study.

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GPA: Gate receipts may ‘come down the line’ in negotiations

The Gaelic Players Association’s (GPA) have not ruled out looking for a slice of the GAA’s gate receipts.

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Clarke warns of football’s new diving habit

Armagh attacker Jamie Clarke has highlighted the issue of simulation in Gaelic football and claimed that it’s becoming a problem.

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Cats want return to September slot for All-Ireland final

By attempting to convince the GAA to move both All-Ireland finals back to September, Kilkenny are aiming to create a new pocket of space for club championship fixtures ...

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Silke hits out at repeat of club-colleges fiasco

Galway defender Liam Silke has criticised the GAA for failing to do more to prevent him from missing a crucial Sigerson Cup game for the second year running.

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Hard work is paying for Cork schools

This weekend it’s all about the best of Cork. Four schools, two Munster finals and a feelgood factor on Leeside.

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O’Shaughnessy: Kiely's men have banished Limerick's drink link

Andrew O’Shaughnessy has praised John Kiely and Limerick’s All-Ireland-winning panel for breaking the alcohol stigma that had been attached to the county ...

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Páirc Uí Chaoimh's reconstruction to cost €10m more than County Board expected

The revised cost of Páirc Uí Chaoimh’s reconstruction has been estimated at €95.8million, which includes required work on the playing surface. ...

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Ice-cool Jim Gavin will not be losing sleep about a February loss to Kerry

Jim Gavin won’t be put out by the way it ended in Tralee last Saturday night, will he?

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Cork attacker Declan Dalton ruled out after knee operation

Promising Cork attacker Declan Dalton is facing a period on the sidelines following a knee operation, it has emerged.

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All-Ireland winner signs on with Cork U20 management team

Former Cork forward Colm O’Neill has been announced as a selector for the Cork U20 team.

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Seven Mullinalaghta players told 20 years ago: 'Ye'll probably win an All-Ireland'

"Only for the football field, I’d say the majority of our team would’ve emigrated by now.'"

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