Gaa - Yesterday’s News
The Banner will face Waterford in the second playoff next Tuesday night.
The packs allow users to tune their mental fitness while on the go thanks to a mental fitness app created by Inspire Ireland.
The clash will take place at Paterson Stadium in Perth this November.
Having stepped down from his role with the Treaty County, O’Grady defended himself on RTE’s Morning Ireland show.
Forward Patrick McBrearty says his teammates are giving Monaghan their full concentration in the lead-up to Sunday’s clash at Croke Park.
Eoghan O’Gara has thrust himself into contention for a Championship start with 3-5 in the league this season.
Gaa - Tuesday 22 April, 2014
They also confirmed that TJ Ryan will stay on as sole manager.
Despite low expectations, Tipperary are just 70 minutes from a league title.
Gaa - Monday 21 April, 2014
The Gooch is enjoying the Premier League run-in as Brendan Rodgers side close in on the title.
From Diarmuid Murtagh’s brilliance to Tipperary’s leaky defence.
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The Premier beat the All-Ireland champions Clare to set up a rematch with Kilkenny.
A row with the county board has prompted the the former Cork manager’s decision.
The Kilkenny boss has a better idea of his staring line-up now.
The Banner are bound for Portugal for a warm weather training camp this week.
The Galway boss feels his side were hard done by yesterday.
Gaa - Sunday 20 April, 2014
The GAA have confirmed the venues for the major matches on the May Bank Holiday weekend.
From Limerick to Portlaoise, hurling to football.
The Cats survived a late second-half fightback.
Bonner Maher was crucial in Tipp’s win.
The Cats’ star was unplayable at times today.
The Cats came from five points down at half-time.
Who prevailed in the second game today at the Gaelic Grounds?
It’s the first of an Easter Sunday hurling double-header in the Gaelic Grounds
Two “handball nerds” are working to give one of the GAA’s original sports the coverage that it deserves.
Kilkenny, Galway, Clare and Tipperary are all still in contention but who’s going to win it out?
All-Star midfielder is enjoying his hurling again as Tipp bid for a place in the league final.
Gaa - Saturday 19 April, 2014
A late free gave Dublin a one-point victory in the All-Ireland under-21 semi-final.
Dessie Farrell’s under-21 side needed a late pointed free to take their place alongside Roscommon in the final.
There were also wins for Dublin, Meath, Kildare, Laois and Wexford.
Cork conceded a late free as their substitute Sam Ryan was penalised in injury time from breaking a little known rule.
Dublin and Cavan fought out a close contest for the right to face Roscommon in the final. Here’s how it unfolded.
Roscommon produced a mature display of attacking football to take their place in the under-21 All-Ireland final.
We went minute-by-minute as the champions of Connacht took on the Rebels for the right to take part in the All-Ireland under 21 final.
The side meet at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday afternoon.
The Galway captain is among the substitutes for tomorrow’s Allianz Hurling League Division 1 semi-final.
Are Tipp jealous of this Clare side? And can they use that as motivation to drive them on to another league final?
The forward says Clare are being allowed to express themselves by their manager heading into tomorrow’s league semi-final.
From how Galway need a quick start to the Cats’ record under Cody.
The ex-Cork player writes for TheScore.ie about adjusting to a new sport, enduring pre-season training and making his debut.