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  • Coalisland produce strong second half display
    Tyrone SFC Final Coalisland 2-11 Killyclogher 1-7 By Orla Bannon at Healy Park Coalisland won a 10th Tyrone SFC title with an impressive second-half turnaround to stun Killcylogher and win a first O'Neill Cup since 2010. The east Tyrone side gained revenge on 2016 champions Killyclogher, who hammered them by
  • Shamrocks return to Westmeath summit
    Westmeath SFC Final MULLINGAR SHAMROCKS 2-12 ST LOMAN’S, MULLINGAR 1-11 By Conor McKenna at TEG Cusack Park Mullingar Shamrocks delivered a vintage display to overcome fierce rivals St. Loman’s lifting the Flanagan Cup for the first time since 2012. Denis Corroon, Darragh Daly, Donal O’Donoghue and Micheal Curley were some
  • Ballintubber defeat Breaffy in Mayo SFC Final
    Mayo Senior Football Championship Final BALLINTUBBER 0-12 BREAFFY 1-8 By Colm Gannon at MacHale Park Diarmuid O’Connor was the hero for Ballintubber as they claimed their fourth Mayo senior football championship, kicking the winning point against Breaffy in MacHale Park on Saturday night to put the full stop on a
  • Emlyn Mulligan hoping for new Championship format
    By Cian O'Connell Leitrim footballer Emlyn Mulligan is hopeful a Second Tier Championship will be introduced soon. Even though Leitrim featured in four matches this summer Mulligan believes a new format would aid developing counties significantly. "Yeah, it would definitely appeal to me," Mulligan says. "We're sitting idle a long
  • Preview: Weekend's Club Gaelic Football action
    Saturday October 20 Mayo SFC Final Ballintubber v Breaffy, Elverys MacHale Park, 8pm A game dotted with Mayo players of the past, present, and future is set to attract a healthy crowd under the Saturday night Castlebar lights. Kevin Johnson steered Ballintubber to a gritty semi-final replay win over Castlebar
  • Tomás Ó Sé 'looking forward' to seeing new football rules in action
    By John Harrington Former Kerry star Tomás Ó Sé says he’s looking forward to seeing how the proposed experimental rule changes for football will work in practice. They’re currently being trialled this month in matches between University teams, then, all going well, will also be tested at the highest level
  • Comer still bitterly disappointed by Dublin defeat
    By John Harrington Galway football captain Damien Comer admits the nature of their All-Ireland SFC semi-final defeat to Dublin this year was ‘bitterly disappointing’. The Connacht champions were beaten by nine points in that match, a result that took much of the gloss off what had been a hugely positive
  • Conor Lane positive about proposed experimental rules for Gaelic Football
    By John Harrington 2018 All-Ireland Final referee, Conor Lane, doesn’t think the proposed experimental rules for Gaelic Football will place too much of a burden on referees. “No, I don’t”, said Lane today at the launch of the Referee Development Plan 2018-2021. “Look, it's like every year, what we're given
  • Darran O'Sullivan retires from inter-county football
    By Cian O'Connell Kerry forward Darran O'Sullivan has retired from inter-county football. During a glittering playing career O'Sullivan won four All Ireland titles, 10 Munster Championships, and three Allianz Football Leagues in the Kerry jersey. O'Sullivan announced his decision on Tuesday morning. "I’ve been extremely blessed to have had a
  • Broderick wants Carlow to continue evolving
    By John Harrington Paul Broderick believes Carlow will have to evolve as a team in 2019 if they’re be competitive in Division Three of the Allianz Football League and have another Leinster Championship campaign to remember. 2018 was a hugely positive year for the Barrow-siders as they won promotion from

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  • Brilliant Ballyea finish with a flourish
    Clare SHC Final Ballyea 1-20 Cratloe 1-14 By Eoin Brennan at Cusack Park After making the breakthrough in 2016, Ballyea produced an even greater fairytale finish to secure their second Clare Senior Hurling title with a 13 point turnaround in Cusack Park. Seven points in arrears by the 32nd minute,
  • Dramatic Dublin decider finishes level
    Dublin SHC Final Kilmacud Crokes 1-20 Ballyboden St Enda's 2-17 By Paul Keane at Parnell Park Dublin SHC finalists Ballyboden St Enda's and Kilmacud Crokes will do it all over again next Sunday afternoon after stalemate reigned in the county decider at Parnell Park. Anthony Daly's Crokes thought they'd finally
  • Ireland defeated by Scotland in Senior Hurling-Shinty International
    Senior Hurling-Shinty International SCOTLAND 1-11 IRELAND 1-9 A stirring second-half comeback from Scotland saw them overcome an eight-point deficit to defeat Ireland in the Senior Hurling-Shinty International series at Bught Park, Inverness for the fourth year in succession. It was a highly competitive, full-blooded contest throughout that eventually swung Scotland’s
  • Preview: Weekend's Club Hurling action
    Saturday October 20 Leitrim SHC Final Carrick v Cluanin Iomaint, Ballinamore, 2pm A repeat of the 2016 decider when Cluainin Iomaint won on a 0-14 to 0-6 scoreline. Last year Cluainin Iomaint were well beaten by St Mary's, Kiltoghert. Sligo SHC Final Coolera/Strandhill v Naomh Eoin, Sligo GAA Centre of
  • Morrissey hopeful Limerick will have sustained success
    By John Harrington Tom Morrissey is enjoying what he calls a ‘sos beag’ in the wake of Limerick’s All-Ireland SHC title victory. But as much as he and his team-mates intend to savour the sensation of bringing the Liam MacCarthy Cup back to the county for the first time in
  • Collins motivated by noisy neighbours
    By John Harrington When Limerick defeated Galway in the All-Ireland SHC Final, Clare hurler Podge Collins knew it was time to get out of Dodge. Living in an apartment above Supermacs in the heart of Limerick City, he wasn’t in the mood for having a front row seat for what
  • Kearney admits All-Ireland semi-final regrets
    By John Harrington Cork’s Daniel Kearney admits it was a mistake for him to come back onto the field for extra-time against Limerick in the All-Ireland SHC semi-final. Kearney limped off the field ten minutes from the end of normal time presuming his race was run, but then Limerick staged
  • McDonald regards Wexford's season as a failure
    By John Harrington Conor McDonald doesn’t try to sugar-coat it – he regards Wexford's 2018 hurling season as a failure. A one-point defeat to Kilkenny in Nowlan Park cost them a place in the Leinster Final and they were subsequently defeated in the All-Ireland Quarter-Final by Clare. They exited the
  • Aer Lingus launch jerseys for the Fenway Hurling Classic
    Representatives from Clare, Cork, Limerick and Wexford were at the Aer Lingus Hangar 6 at Dublin Airport this morning where Aer Lingus, in partnership with the GAA and GPA, unveiled a one-of-a-kind customised playing kit for the Fenway Hurling Classic which takes place at Fenway Park in Boston on November
  • Ireland squad announced for Hurling-Shinty International
    Hurlers from 13 different counties have been selected to represent Ireland in the annual Hurling Shinty International clash, which takes place against Scotland in Inverness this Saturday. The Irish team, managed by Tipperary’s Willie Maher and Kilkenny’s Conor Phelan, will be heading to the home of Shinty in Bught Park,

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  • Development News: Munster Coaching & Referee Mentoring Workshop and more! October 18, 2018
      Munster Coaching & Referee Mentoring Workshop Munster Camogie are running a FREE coaching workshop on Saturday 20th October, 9.30-3pm @ Mallow GAA   Munster Coaching & Referee Mentoring Workshop - CLICK HERE TO
  • All-Stars Half-Back Line October 16, 2018
      With less than three weeks to go until the All-Stars Awards, sponsored by Liberty Insurance, we take a look at the nine players nominated for an award in the half-back line for their performances this year!   Karen Kennedy
  • All-Stars Full-Back Nominees October 12, 2018
      With three weeks to go until we find out our All-Stars recipients, sponsored by Liberty Insurance, we take a look at the nine players nominated in the full-back line.   Mary Ryan (Tipperary) The Moneygall defender prod
  • All-Star Goalkeepers: Meet our three Nominees October 11, 2018
      Ahead of the All-Stars Awards on November 3rd, sponsored by Liberty Insurance, we take a closer look at the nominated players starting with the three nominated goalkeepers.   Emma Kavanagh (Kilkenny) – The 2016 benefi
  • Development News: Camogie Mental Health Workshops and more! October 10, 2018
      Camogie Association team up with Bodywhys, Samaritans and Eating Disorders NI In conjunction with the Camogie Health and Wellbeing Month we have teamed up with a number of fantastic partners to run information sessions on positive
  • Camogie Association/WGPA Players’ Player of the Year Nominations 2018 October 8, 2018
      The shortlists for the fourth Camogie Association/WGPA Players’ Player of the Year Awards, sponsored by Liberty Insurance have been announced across the three award categories.   The Players’ Player of the Year
  • Kilkenny lead shortlist for 2018 Camogie All-Stars Awards October 5, 2018
      All-Ireland finalists Cork and Kilkenny lead the Camogie All-Stars Awards 2018 shortlist. The final team will be announced at the 15th annual Camogie All-Stars Awards banquet, sponsored by Liberty Insurance in Citywest Hotel on Saturday
  • Intermediate Finalists lead Soaring Stars Nominations October 5, 2018
      All-Ireland Intermediate finalists Cork and Down lead the nominations for this year’s Camogie Soaring Stars Awards, sponsored by Liberty Insurance.   The 36 nominees for these awards are drawn from across the Intermed
  • Munster Club Chairperson and Secretary Officer Training October 4, 2018
      New to our Learning and Development programme is the Munster Club Chair and Secretary Officer Training Events that will take place this October and November.   This training is available for ALL Munster club chairperson and
  • Camogie and Samaritans team up for Camogie Health & Wellbeing Workshops October 4, 2018
      As announced previously, the Camogie Association will be running a number of mental health initiatives during the month of October (to coincide with National Mental Health Week – October 7th -13th). As well as the previously annou

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  • Dingle Advance To Kerry SFC Final At East Kerry’s Expense October 21, 2018
    Dingle are into the Kerry football championship final courtesy of a starring performance from Paul Geaney. The finalists got a late point to force this semi-final to a replay, but there was no such narrow margin on display in the replay. A penalty from Paul Geaney gave Dingle an early lead that would not be […]
    Chris Kelleher
  • Club Roundup: Quickfire Reports From Around The Country October 21, 2018
    It was a thrilling day of action in the various club championships and we have a roundup of all the results and highlights from around the country.   FOOTBALL Ulster club SFC first round: Late goals from Ross McKenna and Damien McArdle helped Scotstown to a nine-point win over Derrygonnelly Harps in today’s Ulster Club […]
    Marisa Kennedy
  • Your Guide To All Of Today’s GAA Club Fixtures October 21, 2018
    It’s a busy day in the GAA club world with a number of county finals taking place nationwide. TG4 will have live coverage of Gaoth Dobhair against Naomh Conaill in the Donegal SFC final at 3.30pm before switching over to Clare for deferred coverage of the hurling final between Ballyea and Cratloe. But there is plenty […]
    Marisa Kennedy
  • PA All-Star Hurling Team: The Results As Chosen By Voters October 21, 2018
    Ahead of the All-Star awards on November 2nd, Pundit Arena have been asking you to vote for who you think will make the lineup of both the hurling and football teams. The results of the hurling team are in.  _____ 1. Eoin Murphy (Kilkenny)  The Kilkenny goalkeeper has beenin sensational form once again this season. He […]
    Marisa Kennedy
  • Tom Morrissey: If I Only Win One All Ireland, I’ll Be A Disappointed Man October 19, 2018
    It’s been two months since Limerick lifted the Liam MacCarthy Cup for the first time in 45 years. Since then, the county has been revelling in the success with parties and celebrations still ongoing. For the players involved, they are happy to soak in these precious moments, leaving thoughts of 2019 for the future.  Nothing […]
    Marisa Kennedy
  • Daniel Kearney: We Were Inch Of A Hurl From Having Best Year Ever October 18, 2018
    Cork star, Daniel Kearney, has admitted that he shouldn’t have returned to the field in extra-time of their All Ireland semi-final loss to Limerick in August after being removed during the game.  The wing-forward was replaced by Mark Ellis in the 60th minute after being withdrawn as a result of cramping but was asked to […]
    Marisa Kennedy
  • Ireland Name Squad For Hurling-Shinty Clash With Scotland October 17, 2018
    Thirteen counties are represented on the Irish team to face Scotland in the annual hurling-shinty international this Saturday in Inverness.  This year’s side will be managed by Tipperary’s Willie Maher and Conor Phelan from Kilkenny while they are captained by Carlow’s David English. Ireland will be out for revenge after falling to a three-point defeat […]
    Marisa Kennedy
  • Kerry Lose Another Young Star To The AFL October 17, 2018
    Kerry have lost another promising young player to the lure of professional sport as Munster U-20 Player of the Year, Stefan Okunbor, has joined the Geelong Cats on a two-year rookie contract, as reported in The Irish Examiner.  Okunbor will join up with former Kerry minor footballer Mark O’Connor who has already impressed at Geelong […]
    Sean McMahon
  • Runners-Up Cork Dominate U21 Hurling Team Of The Year October 17, 2018
    The All Ireland U21 team of the year has been announced with five players representing champions, Tipperary while beaten finalists, Cork have six names on the team list.  Senior stars, including Mark Coleman and Robbie O’Flynn, are among the inclusions for Cork but there is no room for Young Hurler Of The Year nominee, Darragh Fitzgibbon. […]
    Marisa Kennedy
  • PA All-Star Team: Vote For Your Hurling Full-Forward Line October 17, 2018
    Ahead of the All-Star awards on November 2nd, Pundit Arena are asking you to vote for who you think will make the lineup of both the hurling and football teams. In the final part of the series, we are asking you to choose your preferred full-forward line.  _____ Corner-Forward Nominee: Shane O’Donnell County: Clare Credentials: Shane O’Donnell was […]
    Marisa Kennedy

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