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Dublin: 15 °C Monday 15 September, 2014

Gaa - Today’s News

Snapshot: Broken tibia can’t stop Kilmurry keeper from celebrating Junior title

Kilmurry made sure that goalkeeper Jason McDonnell was included in their celebrations.

Your GAA weekend review GAA

Your GAA weekend review

Need to catch up on the weekend’s action? We’ve got you covered here.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Tears and cheers: 23 pictures that sum up a brilliant All-Ireland Camogie finals day

Cork, Limerick and Down all had a day to savour in Croke Park.

Mount Sion, Ballygunner book the last two spots in Waterford hurling semis

Martin O’Neill finished with 12 points as Mount Sion beat Abbeyside in Walsh Park this afternoon.

Pearse’s advance but Gaels and Castlerea must do it all again in Roscommon SFC

There was drama aplenty in Dr. Hyde Park today.

Glen Rovers and Na Piarsaigh into Cork hurling semi-finals GAA

Glen Rovers and Na Piarsaigh into Cork hurling semi-finals

The pair had too much for Ballymartle and Newtownshandrum respectively.

Cork paint Croke Park red after brilliant comeback to beat Kilkenny

“It was just a puck of the ball between us,” said Cork’s Jenny O’Leary. “Thankfully we came out on the right side of it.”

Aidan O’Shea’s Breaffy down and out as Knockmore book place in Mayo semis

The line-up for this year’s Mayo SFC semi-finals is complete.

Superb Mulcahy leads Limerick to All-Ireland Intermediate crown

Treaty end Kilkenny’s dream of an All-Ireland Camogie double.

Down beat Laois to claim All-Ireland Junior Camogie crown

The Ulster side had four points to spare in today’s curtain-raiser.

As it happened: Cork v Kilkenny, All-Ireland Senior Camogie final

We HAD all the action from Croke Park.

‘His attitude inspired us’ – Tony Kelly pays tribute to team-mate who lost his father last week

The Clare U21 captain says the team wanted to win for Georoid O’Connell, whose father died in a farming accident.

Graham Dillon confident Kilkenny are ready for whatever Cork will throw at them

The Cats take on the Rebels in the All-Ireland senior camogie final today.

Fennelly clan hoping to add more silverware to the collection

It started with the seven brothers winning three All-Ireland club titles for Ballyhale Shamrocks…

Gaa - Saturday 13 September, 2014

Meath champions Summerhill crash out, but Na Fianna march on

Wolfe Tones dethroned county champions Summerhill in Pairc Tailteann this evening.

Kilbride hits a hat-trick as Brigid’s close in on Roscommon five-in-a-row

The 2013 All-Ireland champions have booked their place in the county semi-finals. Again.

Mayo champions Castlebar march on, Plunkett stars for Ballintubber

Reigning champions Castlebar and Ballintubber booked the first two places in this year’s Mayo SFC semi-finals.

Clare hold off defiant Wexford to land U21 three-in-row

Tony Kelly bowed out with 0-7 as champions Clare retained their U21 crown in Semple Stadium.

Third time lucky! Kildare are the All-Ireland U21B Hurling champions

After final defeats in 2012 and 2013, the Lilywhites are celebrating an All-Ireland hurling title this evening.

As it happened: Clare v Wexford, All-Ireland U21 hurling final

Clare’s U21s were bidding for three-in-a-row and only Wexford remained in their way. Relive the drama from Thurles in our minute-by-minute report.

Cork ready to prolong Kilkenny’s camogie drought

Kilkenny haven’t won a senior camogie title in 20 years.

Anna Geary hoping to round off an ‘amazing’ year with an All-Ireland win tomorrow

The Cork captain says lining out in Croke Park will make all the sacrifices worthwhile.

5 talking points before tonight’s All-Ireland U21 final between Clare and Wexford

The Banner are searching for a third U21 title in a row as they take on Wexford in Semple Stadium.

7 classic encounters in the U21 All-Ireland hurling championship over the last few years

We’ve looked at some of the most thrilling games at this grade since 2009.

Gaa - Friday 12 September, 2014

Clare’s Tony Kelly talks dinner with McGregor, holy medals and following Liverpool

We got an insight to the Banner captain ahead of tomorrow’s Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U21 hurling final.

6 players to watch in the U21 All-Ireland hurling final between Clare and Wexford

These six players have a big role to play as they chase glory in Semple Stadium on Saturday at 7pm.

Paddy Keenan announces his retirement from intercounty football

The 2010 Allstar midfielder hangs up his boots after 12 years of representing his county.

Wexford make one change for All-Ireland U21 hurling final

The Model County have brought Jim White into their defence for tomorrow’s clash with Clare.

Paul Galvin involved in one of 31 major club hurling matches this weekend

Here’s what in store over the next few days.

St Brigid’s and Castlebar Mitchels in action as 38 key club senior football games on this weekend

Check out what’s in store at grassroots level this weekend.

Mannion bound for Beijing and likely to miss Dublin’s 2015 campaign

The two-time All-Ireland U21 football winner is heading to the Chinese capital as part of his studies.

The mourning period has passed for Dublin hurling – Andy Kettle

The county chairman is now concerned with finding a suitable replacement for outgoing manager Anthony Daly

They’ve erected a Jim The Redeemer ‘statue’ up in Donegal

The good people of Laghey deserve a medal for this.

Mark McHugh on leaving Donegal’s panel, New York travel and supporting brother Ryan

The 2012 All-Ireland winner has no regrets at not being part of the current squad.

I was very driven to make it at senior level, our minors need to be the same – Seamus Hickey

August’s GAA/GPA Hurler of the Month says it’s important they respond the right way from the All-Ireland final defeat.

Bernard Flynn on Donegal’s Mullingar training camp before beating Armagh

The Ulster champions spent three days in the Mullingar Park Hotel last month.

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Keeping muscle mass is more important than losing fat in avoiding GAA injuries

A study of GAA players has found that strength training should be year round, not just pre-season.

Gaa - Thursday 11 September, 2014

New Munster football championship format set for 2015 campaign

The decision was made tonight at a meeting in Limerick.

History Makers – Female refs to take charge for all the 2014 All-Ireland ladies football finals

There’ll be new ground broken for the finals on September 28th.

Moran and Hickey scoop Player of the Month awards for August

The pair were in superb form for their counties over the past month.

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