Gaa - Yesterday’s News
The Killarney side have wasted no time in naming a new manager.
There’s some big names back in action for the Rebels.
It’s a busy schedule of action in the provinces tomorrow night.
Dublin have an attacking vacancy to fill with their attacker ruled out for the season.
The Leinster and Ireland rugby star has been working with Anthony Rainbow’s panel while he’s out injured.
Skehill quit squad ahead of Galway’s defeat against Kilkenny last weekend.
Gaa - Monday 10 March, 2014
From Ciarán Kilkenny’s injury to Galway’s return to form, there was plenty to mull over in this weekend’s action.
The Dublin players are going to be undergoing rehabilitation from the injuries.
Conor McGrath catches the eye for Clare, Tipperary’s cause for defensive concern and Kilkenny’s springtime auditions.
It was a busy weekend of action in the Allianz football and hurling leagues.
The counties meet in the Connacht championship on Wednesday.
Kerry take on Cork in Austin Stack Park in Tralee on Wednesday night.
Gaa - Sunday 9 March, 2014
Goals from Noelle Healy and Sinead Aherne were good enough to give The Dubs a share of the spoils and preserve their unbeaten run.
The Kingdom prevailed by a score of 3-15 to 0-9.
London and Carlow won today’s other games in the basement division.
Orla Cotter and Katrina Mackey had the Leesiders on top but the Premier County battled back.
There were also wins for Longford and Limerick today.
Derek McGrath’s side triumphed in Walsh Park today.
Meath were denied at the death by a superb Michael Murphy free.
Both sides are still chasing a spot in the top tier next season.
Cork overcame the Faithful in Páirc Uí Rinn.
James Horan’s side enjoyed a successful trip to Mullingar.
Brian Cody’s men were nine points clear at one stage before a late fightback from The Tribesemen.
Kerry picked up their first points in Division 1 of the Allianz football league today.
The attacker sustained the injury in the early stages of last night’s clash with Kildare in Croke Park.
The All-Ireland champions could have won by more than seven points were it not for Tipp goalkeeper Darren Glesson.
Cork had been in front by 11 points before half-time but Derry recovered strongly in Páirc Uí Rinn.
Cathal Ó Bambaire netted a hat-trick for winners Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne.
Two goals from Jamie Byrne helped Kilkenny CBS triumph today in Nowlan Park.
Join us for all the updates on what promises to be another hectic afternoon of football.
Key games took place today in Semple Stadium, Nowlan Park and Walsh Park.
Dublin had ten points to spare over Kildare at Croke Park.
Gaa - Saturday 8 March, 2014
The Dublin player suffered the injury in action against Kildare tonight.
The visitors hit the front early on but The Orchard County answered in force.
Kevin McManamon hit 0-8 for Dublin as they triumphed tonight.
The final took place in Croke Park this evening.
The teams met in Croke Park tonight with league points at stake.
The Dingle school outscored Macroom’s De La Salle in a high-scoring game this afternoon.
Galway face Kilkenny in the hurling league while they play Down in the football league.
The teams meet at the Gaelic Grounds tomorrow afternoon.