Gaa - Today’s News
Patrick ‘Bonner’ Maher and Conor Lehane were among the stars on the Irish team.
Meanwhile Carrickshock overcame Rower Inistioge in their quarter final replay today.
James O’Donoghue was last night revealed as the 2014 GAA/GPA Footballer of the Year.
GAA’s very best were at the Convention Centre in Dublin for last night’s GPA All Star Awards.
Mid Kerry take on Austin Stacks in Austin Stack Park on Sunday.
Remember to keep warm and loose.
The 2014 hurling and football Allstar teams were officially announced last night in the capital.
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There’s a special charity game planned for St Stephen’s Day.
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.
Niall Daly felt that his club deserved a replay for a refereeing performance which he claims cost them a Championship final place.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
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?
Conor McGregor also has his next fight confirmed and Luke Fitzgerald returns to Leinster’s starting line-up.
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.
Thankfully, the Kerry youngster made a full recovery.
The team will be announced live tonight on RTE ONE at 7pm.
Gaa - Thursday 23 October, 2014
There are also county finals in Westmeath and Kildare while the Leinster and Connacht club championships begin.
It’s another busy weekend of club hurling action.
St Patrick’s SNS Corduff, Bishop Galvin NS and St Martin De Porres were among the winners in HQ this afternoon.
You’ve done all the training, got the result you wanted so you might as well enjoy yourself.
Eamon McGee, Des Cahill, Shane Curran and plenty more took to Twitter to voice their opinions.
Paul Flynn joins the greats and the provincial champions dominate again.
We’ve asked the Kilkenny hurler to pick six of this week’s NFL games.
Stephen Molumphy follows Seamus Prendergast and Shane Walsh by calling time on his inter-county career.
There are six first-time winners in this year’s Allstar team.
Gaa - Wednesday 22 October, 2014
Naomh Conaill join Glenswilly, St Michael’s Dunfanaghy and St Eunan’s in the semi-finals.
The team will be announced tomorrow morning.
Dessie Farrell, John Caulfield, Chris Ashton, Ched Evans and Steven Gerrard are all in the news as well.
There were also Corn Uí Mhuiri wins today for Tralee CBS, Coláiste Choilm and St Brendan’s.
Fennelly, Callanan and Dowling were selected by the Sunday Game panel, but do they get your vote?
Tom McGlinchey is set to be ratified as the new Deise football boss.
Two Kerrymen could be fighting it out for the full-forward spot.
Speaking last night, Farrell defended how the GPA have evolved since their inception.
Pat Kenneally and Liam Hayes have stepped down from their positions.