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#Editor's picks

# editors-picks - Yesterday’s News

The story of Kerry and Mayo’s replay in possession, shots, turnovers and kickouts

What were the key stats from last Saturday’s game in the Gaelic Grounds?

# editors-picks - Sunday 31 August, 2014

‘Hunch down and drive up through your marker’- Vinny Murphy on the art of the perfect shoulder

The former Dublin hardman talks about Dublin’s golden generation and his days as an enforcer.

# editors-picks - Saturday 30 August, 2014

James McGee: Ireland’s top tennis player relives his US Open dream come true Ace

James McGee: Ireland’s top tennis player relives his US Open dream come true

27-year-old Dubliner qualified for the main draw at the US Open in New York this week.

# editors-picks - Friday 29 August, 2014

KitKats and leprechauns: Memories of the 1996 Croke Park American football game

Saturday’s game won’t be the first time Croke Pak has hosted an American football game.

QUIZ: Can you name these GAA grounds? GAA

QUIZ: Can you name these GAA grounds?

Mayo and Kerry will face off in Limerick this weekend but can you name these grounds throughout the country?

# editors-picks - Thursday 28 August, 2014

Analysis: How Mayo handled O’Donoghue in the draw and what they’ll do for Kerry replay

Kerry’s danger man hit 1-3 last Sunday and will have a key role in Saturday’s replay.

How our writer fared on his 10-week fitness challenge

With the help of Maxinutrition, Ben Blake trained like he never trained before over the past couple of months.

# editors-picks - Tuesday 26 August, 2014

The story of Mayo and Kerry’s draw in possession, shots, turnovers and kickouts

What were the key stats from last Sunday’s game in Croke Park?

# editors-picks - Sunday 24 August, 2014

Jonny Wilkinson’s kicking guru tries to teach TheScore.ie a thing or two

Dave Alred was in Dublin this week — and Niall Kelly went along to learn from one of the world’s best kicking coaches.

Football in Colombia: what happened next when the drug money dried up?

Colombia charmed us at the World Cup but Liga Postobon is “a graveyard of unfulfilled promise,” writes Mikey Stafford from Medellin.

# editors-picks - Friday 22 August, 2014

Attacked in New York, Gaelic football has helped Alisha Jordan rebuild her life

And she plays in a an All-Ireland semi-final this weekend.

# editors-picks - Wednesday 20 August, 2014

Analysis: Why Marcos Rojo deal says so much about United’s transfer problems

Making such a modest signing shouldn’t prove so tough for such an imposing sports organisation.

# editors-picks - Saturday 16 August, 2014

Katie Taylor on coverage of women’s sport: What more do we have to do?

How useful are role models if we never get to see them?

A day in the life: Behind the scenes in Ireland’s World Cup camp

TheScore.ie tagged along with Philip Doyle’s squad as they prepare to face France for third place.

# editors-picks - Friday 15 August, 2014

Tipp v Cork: 7 classic moments from one of hurling’s great rivalries

The Munster rivals meet in an historic Croke Park showdown on Sunday.

‘I’d need a day to go through what I’ve learned’ – Ronan O’Gara

The Racing Métro coach is gradually growing comfortable with life off the pitch, he tells TheScore.ie in Paris.

Analysis: Why Seamus Coleman is now regarded as one of Europe’s top full-backs

The Irish international is set to be an integral part of Everton’s campaign, after excelling last year.

# editors-picks - Wednesday 13 August, 2014

Analysis: What can we expect from Liverpool this season?

Brendan Rodgers must build on last season’s superb league performance while also manage a European odyssey.

# editors-picks - Monday 11 August, 2014

Analysis: Ireland show depth to seal first-ever World Cup semi-final

We’ve picked apart the tries Lynne Cantwell’s team scored in their final pool fixture against Kazakhstan

Your GAA weekend review GAA

Your GAA weekend review

Have you dried off? Let’s relive another memorable couple of days.

# editors-picks - Saturday 9 August, 2014

John Gardiner column: Hurling careers are short and the prize on Sunday is massive GAA

John Gardiner column: Hurling careers are short and the prize on Sunday is massive

TheScore.ie’s hurling columnist says Limerick won’t lack confidence against Kilkenny

# editors-picks - Thursday 7 August, 2014

The cult Premier League teams we loved: Nottingham Forest 1994/95

Stan Collymore and Bryan Roy were the box-office hits but this was an all-round impressive side.

Analysis: Ireland’s defence lays foundation for historic World Cup win

Work rate, intelligence and breakdown technique were all vital components against New Zealand.

7 steps to a successful Fantasy Football team

Fed up with constantly finishing bottom of your league? Read our guide on all things FF-related.

# editors-picks - Tuesday 5 August, 2014

16 images from Ireland’s amazing World Cup win over the Black Ferns

Outta the way, Kazakhstan. We’re headed for the semi-finals.

# editors-picks - Monday 4 August, 2014

Your weekend GAA round up

Mayo, Kerry, Monaghan and Armagh all progressed in the senior football championship while there were wins for Donegal and Mayo at minor level and the Poc Fada was postponed.

# editors-picks - Saturday 2 August, 2014

This modest looking shed houses some of Ireland’s most dedicated young Olympians

Come on into to see how our pentathletes roll.

# editors-picks - Monday 28 July, 2014

John Gardiner – Daly’s future, Wexford’s exit while Limerick and Tipperary march on

TheScore.ie’s hurling columnist looks back at yesterday’s showdowns in Thurles.

# editors-picks - Sunday 27 July, 2014

Paul Kimmage: ‘The game is up for the kind of journalism that I practice’

The Irish journalist is the subject of a new documentary about his troubled relationship with the sport of cycling.

‘I was called disgusting and sadistic but lots of them are doing it again’ The Race This post contains videos

‘I was called disgusting and sadistic but lots of them are doing it again’

David Burns is hoping to help northwest Donegal rival Sahara and Death Valley as an endurance event destination

# editors-picks - Friday 25 July, 2014

Player burnout no problem if you ‘do all the small things right’… and eat plenty of steak

Cork dual star Aidan Walsh is well placed to voice his method of combating fatigue as he aims to play nine inter-county fixtures in 12 summer weeks.

‘I was taken by the fact that he’s such an outsider’ – Adrian McCarthy on his upcoming Paul Kimmage film

A new film explores the Irish journalist’s crusade against doping in cycling, his relationship with Lance Armstrong and more.

# editors-picks - Thursday 24 July, 2014

Analysis: What 3-4-3 means for Manchester United this season

Louis Van Gaal has already made minor changes since arriving but what can we expect from the new formation?

Analysis: Brumbies’ breakdown work gives them shot against Waratahs

We use GIFs and screenshots to examine the positive influence Laurie Fisher has had on the Brumbies.

# editors-picks - Monday 21 July, 2014

Jimmy’s winning matches (again) and the rest of Sunday’s best GAA images In Pics This post contains images

Jimmy’s winning matches (again) and the rest of Sunday’s best GAA images

There were four provincial titles up for grabs at minor and senior in Leinster and Ulster.

5 talking points from the weekend’s GAA action

From Dublin’s dominance to Clare’s failure to hold out in Ennis.

Your GAA Championship weekend review GAA

Your GAA Championship weekend review

We had qualifier drama aplenty, provincial silverware, Garth Brooksm stale porter and much more besides.

# editors-picks - Sunday 20 July, 2014

‘Dreams of Andrea Pirlo and the day my World Cup sticker-collecting hopes ended’

639 spaces to fill, 30 days to complete the album and one person to undertake the task. They said it was impossible. They were right.

Louis Van Gaal’s personality already gives him an advantage at Manchester United

The Dutchman’s first press conference gave an early indication of his arrogance & self-assurance.

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