Here’s the Twitter reaction from last night’s Allstar awards.
Kilmacud Crokes defeated St Judes after extra-time in tonight’s final in Parnell Park.
Thomond Park was a sell-out as Anthony Foley’s Munster delivered on the pitch.
Heary leaves after eight seasons at the club as a player and manager.
Excellent forwards, clever kicking, the yellow card, Keatley off the tee and set-piece power.
Despite a good performance, Athlone are dropping down a division.
The Lilywhites’ skipper scored the first goal on his first night back in the jersey.
Jason Byrne skippered the Gypsies and scored on what may well be his swansong.
The Inchicore side won their last league game of the season 4-1.
UCD beat Drogheda to secure a playoff next week.
Gary McCabe scored the winner from the spot.
It was tight for long periods but once again Munster’s forward power proved the difference.
The final took place in Parnell Park tonight.
Can Kilmacud Crokes retain a title they last won in 2012 or will St Judes deliver a historic first senior crown?
The Dundalk skipper has given them the narrowest of leads at Oriel Park.
It’s the Lilywhites v the Rebel Army. And the title’s up for grabs.
Conor McGregor also has his next fight confirmed and Luke Fitzgerald returns to Leinster’s starting line-up.
We were live from Thomond Park as Anthony Foley’s side strove to make it two wins from two in Pool 1.
Richie Hogan was tonight revealed as the 2014 Hurler of the Year.
Richie Hogan has had a fantastic year for a resurgent Kilkenny team in 2014.
There are eight first-time winners in this year’s Allstar team.
James O’Donoghue was announced as the 2014 Footballer of the Year tonight.
The Kerry attacker has polished off a dream year with this award.
They’re psyched up for tonight’s big game over in the States.
It’s not all about the race for the title, you know.
It’s another feast of football across the water this weekend.
If you’re even contemplating a long run, this is an essential read.
The defender has begun his coaching badges but admits punditry is also an option.
To mark the anniversary of the Invincibles’ first loss in over a season, we assess the best sides ever in England.
Thankfully, the Kerry youngster made a full recovery.
The Turner’s Cross favourite on how far the Leesiders have come.
Having to take the cap off your bottles in stadia and more struggles of the sporting classes.
We think a score draw in United vs Chelsea could be worth a look.
Michael Cheika’s side will line out in Dublin next month.
The Australian centre will get his first run out against Carmarthen Quins.
Ireland’s top MMA fighter will be expected to defeat his 35-year-old opponent in the headline bout on 18 January.
This exercise requires a tremendous amount of fitness and power to carry out.
The ex-United duo have been trading digs for a number of years now.
The JRFU has beaten off competition from Singapore to become the preferred candidate for the 18th team.