Gaa - Today’s News
There were 45 nominees announced yesterday with the final 15 being decided next month.
Will Rory be winning matches soon?
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Jim McGuinness’s former right-hand man has been given the nod.
You’ll be the talk of the party if you rock up looking like Miguel Angel Jimenez.
Turloughmore’s appeal will put Galway GAA under pressure to finish this year’s championship before the start of 2015.
The Tipperary SHC final is this weekend, while there are plenty of provincial hurling games taking pace too.
Meanwhile, Naomh Conaill have yet to confirm whether or not they will make an appeal over their semi-final loss last week.
John Dowling is an Ardfert hero.
And all the rest of this weekend’s fixtures in Gaelic Football.
CAUTION: We’re not messing. Some of these are really hard to watch.
Gaa - Thursday 30 October, 2014
Catch up on all of the biggest stories of the day including John Delaney’s mistakes and an injury blow for Joe Schmidt.
Gerry McInerney and John O’Brien were among those unlucky who were unlucky to be overlooked.
The winner will be announced at a gala event on Wednesday 26 November.
The Glenties club can pursue their case but, as things stand, it’s Glenswilly v St Eunan’s on Sunday.
Someone complained that Dónal Óg Cusack ‘expressed his sexuality’ through his dickie bow on the Sunday Game
But the former Cork hurler says his experience has been overwhelmingly positive since coming out as gay.
The current assistant coach will take over from Eamon O’Shea in 2016.
The news is a big blow to Brian Cuthbert’s plans.
Gaa - Wednesday 29 October, 2014
Catch up on all of the biggest stories of the day including the latest on Jack Grealish and Ireland.
Meehan, Kernan, Galvin and Coyle are amongst those who make the cut.
Glenswilly’s game against St Eunan’s may not go ahead now.
The dual playing will reveal whether he’ll play hurling or football for the Rebels next year.
Club dilemmas could cause problems again for the Irish squad.
Gaa - Tuesday 28 October, 2014
Jesus, Allah, Buddah, Dublin – I love you all.
We’ll Leave It There So: We’re off to the Algarve, Murphy has another captaincy and all today’s sport
Put the Bank Holiday behind you with all the day’s sporty goodness.
The winner of the TG4 Ladies Football Player’s Player of the Year will be announced on 8 November.
The 28-year-old was delighted to end an injury plagued year with another Dublin SFC title.
Damien Fitzhenry will be on board with the Model County next year.
Ireland take on Australia on 22 November in Perth.
The Marino side retained the Dublin SFC after they survived a late Plunkett’s fightback.
The outgoing Kieran Kingston spent three years as part of the Cork backroom team.
A former All-Ireland winning skipper will lead Ireland Down Under.
The Kerry defender headed to London himself to auction his All-Ireland final boots.
There was only a point between the sides in Parnell Park but St Vincent’s were left celebrating.
The final took place in Parnell Park tonight.
Gaa - Monday 27 October, 2014
A host of Dublin county stars are in action in tonight’s big clash.
Kilmacud Crokes ultimately triumphed to win their sixth county title.
You’ve done all the training, got the result you wanted so you might as well enjoy yourself.
The local team made their support known in impressive fashion on the streets of Tralee.
The game throws in at 7.45pm in Parnell Park this evening.
Eamon O’Shea will take charge of the Premier County hurlers for one more season.