Gaa - Today’s News
Also, Johnny Sexton won’t play rugby again until February.
We look at some of the top athletes Bernard Brogan might follow into politics.
It was also a good year for James McGee, St Vincent’s and Stephanie Roche.
For the 18th year, Sportsfile have produced a book chronicling the story of the GAA year in images.
The Breffni County had plenty to celebrate on the GAA, soccer, handball and athletics fronts.
The 10 nominees include Joe Schmidt, Brian Cody and Peter Taylor.
Michael Madden is to help set up a leadership programme that will help players over the next three years.
The Dublin footballer is getting a taste of it as he tries to get government commitments on the betting tax.
Kerry’s emerging defender hasn’t forgotten his club roots.
The Allstar admits to being surprised by the former Dublin manager’s appointment though.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
We’ll Leave It There So: Sexton’s concussion issues, The Ginger Pele retires and all the day’s sport
Also, Dan Carter is moving back to France.
Walsh is in line to play in the McGrath Cup game against IT Tralee on January 11th.
Longford Town and their hurlers brought home silverware in 2014.
Organisers committed to vision for a world class Casement Park despite today’s ruling.
Loughmore-Castleiney take on Cahir in Sunday’s Tipperary senior final.
The Mourne men and ladies had plenty to smile about over the past 12 months.
McCarthy expressed his frustration with the length of the football season.
Rice has endured a torrid two years on the injury front.
We’re not saying the GAA were wrong, but they were definitely wrong.
Reigning champions Ardscoil Rís and PS Chorca Dhuibhne discovered their fate.
Gaa - Wednesday 17 December, 2014
No. We don’t know why either.
There was success for the Erne County on the soccer field and in motorsports.
Which was your favourite?
Also, Andy Lee returns home and Alan Brogan contemplates his Dublin future.
Donegal captain Michael Murphy features twice in the football “best of” list. TWICE.
Sean Armstrong follows James Kavanagh in hanging up his boots.
The Kilkenny and Kerry players enjoyed brilliant revivals at the end of the championship.
The Dublin forward is still undecided about his plans for 2015.
Cathal Barrett winning Young Hurler of the Year and other memorable occasions.
Kettle remembered for his “infectious enthusiasm” in presiding over the capital’s recent success.
Gaa - Tuesday 16 December, 2014
Plus you can find out what you Googled this year, Ireland’s greatest sporting achievement in 2014 and much more.
An NFL kicker, McGuigan’s management of Frampton and an Allstar for Cora Courtney.
The Bray boxer’s popularity continues to soar as she’s also voted Ireland’s most admired sports star.
Card games were the real winner here.
Darragh Joyce and Micheal Burns caught the eye at the European Combine in DCU.
There’s a big name Irish trio involved.
Offaly boss Brian Whelahan reckons the Cats will be okay as they’ve got Cody.
Can you spot yourself in this pic?