Gaa - Today’s News
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 - Yesterday’s News
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.
The team reached the semi-finals in Malaysia.
When Eddie Hoare hangs up the boots, a career as an impressionist awaits.
He feels a training week to Spain during next season would better benefit the Premier County.
And Odhran MacNiallais could ‘definitely’ see McGuinness managing Glasgow Celtic in the future.
There will be quite a battle for the third position, with Paul Flynn and Ryan McHugh the front-runners.
The Tipperary defender also describes just how highly they rate Eamon O’Shea within the camp.
O’Neill is also open to changing the inter-county calendar for the benefit of club games.
All three players really stood out in 2014.
Kieran Joyce says there’s no fear of Brian Cody calling it a day.
Gaa - Tuesday 21 October, 2014
We’ll also have news of two Ulster Rugby injury set backs and Man City’s early Champions League start.
Hogan is nailed on for the award but will his Kilkenny team-mate or Wexford’s star man join him?
Both players were outstanding in 2014.
Colm Collins has been busy recruiting some new faces for the Clare footballers.
Barry-John Keane and Cormac Coffey took the two All-Ireland trophies to the teenager’s grave.
Kieran Bergin, Mark Ellis and Padraig Walsh provide the competition.
James McCarthy, Frank McGlynn and Dessie Mone will have something to say about that.
And football manager Peter Creedon has confirmed that he is to stay on in the Premier County.
The decision has been made and the Cratloe man is focused on 2015.
Jackie Tyrell, Cathal Barrett, Richie McCarthy, Stephen McDonnell, Paddy Stapleton and Liam Ryan might have something to say about that.
Paul Murphy, Eamon McGee and Fionn Fitzgerald lead the race for the third position.
Gaa - Monday 20 October, 2014
O’Rourke’s column has provoked a huge reaction after he expressed his views on the GPA’s current approach.
Also, Bale could miss Liverpool clash and Paddy McNair is in line for a new deal.
Gerry O’Connor presided with Donal Moloney over a golden run of success for the county.
Durcan faces stern competition from Stephen Cluxton and Rory Beggan for the award, who will win it?
The 33-year-old enjoyed an outstanding season in the nets for Tipperary.
The discovery was made over the weekend.
Here’s the highlights from Saturday’s Dublin senior football semi-finals.
31-year-old Gary Dillon passed away earlier this year.