Gaa - Today’s News
Dublin’s dominance won’t be threatened anytime soon, but there are signs of life outside of the capital.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Cork, Kerry, Dublin and Offaly are all in action in Wednesday night’s finals.
Noel Fogarty has the distinction of winning Harty and Croke Cup medals as a player and coach.
Kerry travel to Páirc Uí Rinn on Wednesday night to face Cork.
Mattie Kenny guided Cuala to victory over Ballyea on St Patrick’s Day.
The standout performers in both codes will be recognised on the Minor Hurling and Football Teams of the Year.
3 attractive double-headers in store as GAA announce details for Allianz Hurling Division 1 quarter-finals
The venues and times for the upcoming last eight games have been confirmed.
This will be hard to beat.
Brendan Maher discussed a wide range of topics with former Cavan goalkeeper Alan O’Mara in the latest Real Talks podcast.
The Tipperary school saw off competition specialists St Kieran’s in Saturday’s final.
Pearce and Cian Hanley are current players in the Australian Football League.
Ger Cunningham is welcoming back the best players from the finest club team in the land.
Dublin’s conditioning blew Roscommon away on Saturday night in Croke Park.
After losing their first two games of the league, Kilkenny are back in the league quarter-finals.
Gaa - Sunday 26 March, 2017
Holders Cork move three points clear at the top of the Lidl Ladies National Football League.
Kildare are going up to Division 1 and Galway may join them.
Waterford outscored Clare by 1-5 to 0-2 in the last 15 minutes.
Three black cards handed out at Healy Park.
Tribesmen set up Waterford clash with three-point win at the Gaelic Grounds.
Dublin and Clare are set for a relegation playoff.
Kieran Kingston’s Rebels finish second in 1A after a one-point win against Tipperary.
Louth now go on to face Sligo in their final game.
Kerry’s chance of reaching the league final is now all but gone, but Cavan have a fighting chance of staying in Division 1.
Dublin lost Gary Maguire to a red card after 31 minutes.
Danny Tallon hit two goals for the home side in Celtic Park.
A much-changed Wexford side were on the end of a hiding from the Lake County.
We’ll keep you updated on all the action from the final round of fixtures in Divisions 1A and 1B.
We were following all the action from around the country.
The Donegal boss is moulding this young team in his image.
The 'Tinderization' of the NBA, the racial implications of Mayweather-McGregor and the week's best sportswriting
Plus, an emotional tribute to late Derry skipper Ryan McBride.
Inside the camp it’s business as usual as the Dubs chase a fifth straight league crown.
The last round of matches in the divisions takes place tonight.
Gaa - Saturday 25 March, 2017
Donie Kingston’s nine-point haul helped Laois to victory.
Paul Flynn scored 1-6 in a big win for Dublin today in Croke Park.
Eoin Finnerty scored a goal from the bench and sealed the win.
Sinead Aherne finished with 1-7 for the Dubs.
Jim Gavin’s history chasers were 70 minutes away from setting the longest unbeaten record in GAA history.
Brian McGrath hit 1-8 to deny St Kieran’s an historic four-in-a-row.
The Hospital-based school comfortably saw off their Belfast counterparts.
They defeated St Patrick’s Maghera.