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GAA

The Gaelic Athletic Association (Irish: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael) is an amateur Irish and international cultural and sporting organisation focused primarily on promoting Gaelic games, which include the traditional Irish sports of hurling, camogie, Gaelic football, handball and rounders. The GAA also promotes Irish music and dance, and the Irish language.

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# gaa - Yesterday’s News

Cork and Galway unchanged for Sunday’s All-Ireland football quarter-finals

Brian Cuthbert and Alan Mulholland have stuck with the teams that won last weekend’s qualifiers.

3 changes for Kildare team to take on unchanged Monaghan next Saturday night

Kildare face Monaghan at 7pm in Croke Park in Round 4B of the football qualifiers.

Keen sportsman Alan Feeley to be remembered at UL event this weekend

‘Alan’s Sport Extravaganza’ aims to promote organ donation.

Ex-Cork player part of USA coaching team for Women’s RWC game against Ireland

USA play Ireland tomorrow in Paris and a Cork man is involved with their coaching setup.

Eamon Fitzmaurice: Players’ opinions are all that matter to me GAA

Eamon Fitzmaurice: Players’ opinions are all that matter to me

The Kerry boss has had to take the rough with the smooth since taking the top job in the Kingdom.

A ‘mathematical genius’ helped Clare win a 5th consecutive Munster hurling title last night GAA

A ‘mathematical genius’ helped Clare win a 5th consecutive Munster hurling title last night

Clare U21 manager Gerry O’Connor on the level of detail that coach Paul Kinnerk put into last night’s win over Cork.

James Horan: ‘There have been some changes since in terms of hair styles and weight’

The Mayo boss reflects on the significance of their 2011 win over next Sunday’s opponents Cork.

# gaa - Wednesday 30 July, 2014

Recall the Meehan and Cooper masterclass when Galway and Kerry met back in 2008

The counties are getting set for an All-Ireland quarter-final showdown next Sunday.

5 talking points after Clare claim Munster U21 hurling title against Cork

The Banner’s remarkable run of victories in Munster U21 hurling continued tonight.

Clare crowned Munster U21 hurling champions with 15-point win over Cork

Tony Kelly captained the side that ran out 1-28 to 1-13 winners tonight in Ennis.

As It Happened: Clare v Cork, Munster U21 hurling championship final

Who would claim the honours tonight in Cusack Park? Here’s how it unfolded.

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Donal Óg and Loughnane reckon GAA dual stars can’t maximise their hurling potential

The Sunday Game pundits debated the future of the dual star last weekend.

James O’Donoghue: ‘No mad science’ behind my Cork masterclass

James O’Donoghue knows that Kerry had a lot to prove this summer but they’re starting to answer those questions.

You’ll want to tog out and play minor all over again after watching this GAA

6 Clare and Cork players to watch out for in tonight’s Munster U21 hurling final

The teams meet in the Bord Gáis Energy provincial showdown at 7.15pm in Ennis.

# gaa - Tuesday 29 July, 2014

Just one change for Kerry as Eamonn Fitzmaurice puts best foot forward

The Kingdom face Galway in an All-Ireland SFC quarter-final this weekend.

Lucky 13 – Cork’s Alan Cadogan talks dinner with Roy, idolising McGregor and the 1999 final GAA

Lucky 13 – Cork’s Alan Cadogan talks dinner with Roy, idolising McGregor and the 1999 final

Cadogan lines out for Cork tomorrow night against Clare in the Bord Gáis Energy Munster U21 hurling final.

Check out this brilliant Podge Collins goal for Cratloe in Clare club football match

The dual star struck this superb strike in a club game last weekend.

Shane O’Donnell back in starting side as Clare make two changes for Munster U21 final

Throw-in is 7.15pm tomorrow night in Cusack Park.

‘Cadogan and Spillane are causing havoc!’ Galvin knows what to expect from Cork

The Banner and the Rebels meet in the Munster U21 hurling final tomorrow evening.

Cuthbert: Underdogs Cork need strong referee to police ‘streetwise’ Mayo

The Rebels boss has a full deck to choose from ahead of this weekend’s quarter final clash.

Reilly slams GAA player abuse – ‘When it turns personal and nasty, it is wrong’

The Meath captain has had some “interesting conversations” since their 16-point defeat against Dublin.

‘We couldn’t let the season slide away’ – Darren Hughes ready to take down Kildare

Midfielder believes Donegal are back to their best as Monaghan look to join their Ulster conquerors in the last eight.

# gaa - Monday 28 July, 2014

One change for Cork U21s as McIntyre comes in for suspended Murphy

The sides meet in the Munster decider on Wednesday night in Cusack Park in Ennis at 7.30pm.

Castlebar Mitchels entertain Aghamore after Mayo SFC quarter final draw

This year’s beaten club finalists will face Garrymore or Charlestown in the last four if they are victorious.

TJ Ryan puts his hands up – ‘I might have pushed the lads too hard before the Munster final’

The Limerick boss has accepted some of the blame for the Munster final defeat.

Munster U21 hurling final and Croke Park football battles – here’s this week’s GAA action

The times, dates and venues are in for this week’s big games.

Michael Carton: ‘A heartbreaking performance’ as Dublin hurlers take step backwards

It was a tough day at the office for Dublin yesterday in Thurles.

Armagh continue silent treatment as Dyas pulled from Croke Park interviews

Kevin Dyas was in Croke Park this morning – but was restricted to a few photos.

John Gardiner – Daly’s future, Wexford’s exit while Limerick and Tipperary march on

TheScore.ie’s hurling columnist looks back at yesterday’s showdowns in Thurles.

Dunne hoping Wexford learn from Semple Stadium horror show

The Model County manager can reflect on a positive season overall, but admits yesterday was ‘tough’.

We’re the only ones paddling this canoe, says Tipperary star James Woodlock GAA

We’re the only ones paddling this canoe, says Tipperary star James Woodlock

It’s Cork next up for the Premier at Croke Park.

Michael D, penalty saves, Dalo in the rain – the best GAA weekend pictures Snapshots This post contains images

Michael D, penalty saves, Dalo in the rain – the best GAA weekend pictures

Tullamore and Thurles were the key venues today.

POLL: Who do you now think will be All-Ireland senior hurling champions for 2014? Have Your Say This post contains a poll

POLL: Who do you now think will be All-Ireland senior hurling champions for 2014?

There’s only four counties left but who is going to triumph?

Even Shane Dowling didn’t know whether his goal for Limerick yesterday was legal

The Limerick attacker struck a highly unusual goal before half-time in their All-Ireland quarter-final.

Your weekend GAA round up GAA

Your weekend GAA round up

The hurling action failed to spark but we’re down to four.

# gaa - Sunday 27 July, 2014

Tipp v Dublin talking points: Dalo’s future and Premier ambitions GAA

Tipp v Dublin talking points: Dalo’s future and Premier ambitions

The game didn’t live up to its billing but there’s plenty to discuss.

5 talking points after Limerick’s win over Wexford

The Yellowbellies ran out of road in Thurles today.

Anthony Daly to take time to ‘ponder the future’ after Dubs’ championship exit Dalo This post contains a poll

Anthony Daly to take time to ‘ponder the future’ after Dubs’ championship exit

The Clareman’s been at the helm for six years.

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