Gaa - Today’s News
Kevin McStay leads a list of possible candidates to take charge of the Connacht champions.
Should Kilkenny start King Henry against Tipperary?
Brogan was part of the Dublin team defeated yesterday by Donegal.
The Sunday Game analyst is many Mayo fans’ pick to succeed James Horan.
The Man of the Match was in jubilant form after helping to guide his side to victory yesterday.
Jim McGuinness saluted his players for the honesty and commitment they showed in yesterday’s All-Ireland semi-final.
Dublin begin to pick up the pieces as Donegal look forward to an All-Ireland final in three weeks’ time.
It’ll be Kerry and Donegal in a battle for Sam. Here’s how they got there.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Donegal upset Dublin as a mesmerised Croke Park crowd watched on.
The devastated Dublin star was comforted by family at the final whistle.
Few gave Donegal a chance this afternoon – but they stunned All-Ireland champions Dublin in a remarkable Croke Park semi-final.
A dramatic late Mark Collins goal sealed his side’s victory.
As you’d expect, people were very impressed with Donegal.
The RTÉ broadcaster had a bin full of water thrown over him today.
The Donegal manager said today’s performance came after a year of soul-searching.
We want to know who you think stood out today.
Ryan McHugh’s goals were crucial for Jim McGuinness’ men today.
What happens when the immovable object meets the unstoppable force? Join us for minute-by-minute updates of this year’s second semi-final.
Ethan O’Donnell was the hero for Donegal with his late winning point.
The General Director rejects the notion that the organisation is becoming overly commercial.
Before this afternoon’s main event in Croke Park, Dublin and Donegal met for a place in the minor football final. Here’s how the drama unfolded.
The All-Ireland winner says a fast start is crucial for Dublin today.
The Mayo forward took to Twitter this morning to share his gratitude for the resigned manager.
The former Dublin hardman talks about Dublin’s golden generation and his days as an enforcer.
The Dubs take on Donegal in a repeat of the 2011 semi-final today at 3.30pm.
Dublin and Donegal go head-to-head in what will be a fascinating tactical encounter later today.
Kieran Donaghy’s exhaustion and Aidan O’Shea’s despair made for telling photos.
Gaa - Saturday 30 August, 2014
The decision comes after defeat to Kerry.
Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s men booked their place in the All-Ireland final after a thrilling win in the Gaelic Grounds.
There was also a similarly unpleasant at the end of the game involving a garda.
Cratloe and Crusheen also advanced to the last four.
The Kerry manager’s decision to drop Marc O’Se paid off.
Jonathan Lyne hit two crucial scores in the second-half of extra-time to book Kerry’s place in the All-Ireland final.
Kieran Donaghy, James O’Donoghue and Keith Higgins were all exceptional.
It’s Limerick. It’s Mayo v Kerry again. And it was epic.
The pace of this game has somehow exceeded last weekend’s.
The Gooch is wearing number 28 on the bench for Kerry.
Down are through to their first All-Ireland final in nine years.
Second-half goals from Lyndsay Peat and Carla Rowe propelled the Dubs to victory.
The sport has plenty of new fans after the crowd caught a glimpse of it