Gaa - Today’s News
The Banner have 13 players involved in Fitzgibbon Cup action tomorrow.
The Rathmore player also won three All-Star awards.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
These are the sporting images that have caught our eye over the past seven days.
Kerry lost their ace forward James O’Donoghue to injury during the tie.
A win in their next game against Cork will see Clare face the Rebels in the Munster Hurling League final.
Jim McEneaney dispatched a late penalty past Royals goalkeeper Joe Sheridan.
The All-Ireland champions rallied with five late points to seal the victory.
Walter Walsh and Jonjo Farrell each scored a brace of goals for Kilkenny this afternoon.
The Oak Leafers were two point winners over Monaghan, while Mickey Harte’s men defeated Fermanagh.
Despite the defeat, Roscommon still progress to the FBD League final where they face Galway.
John Kiely’s side made it three wins from four games in the Munster Senior Hurling League.
This isn’t the first time Ashling Thompson has told her story but each and every time she does it helps someone else in a vulnerable position. A few years ago, she had given up but found a mental fortitude to battle back from the brink.
Gaa - Saturday 21 January, 2017
The Cuala defender knows he’ll have to fight to retain his place in Jim Gavin’s defence this year.
First All-Ireland defeat will be motivation for 2017, insists Kilkenny All-Star Paul Murphy.
Gaa - Friday 20 January, 2017
How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?
The Galway star on injury recovery and chasing that All-Ireland senior medal.
Gaa - Thursday 19 January, 2017
Their reward for tonight’s win is a spot in the Walsh Cup semi-finals.
Meanwhile, the GAA secures another sponsorship deal, Paul Dunne begins his year in style and Novak Djokovic is sent packing at the Australian Open.
John Mulhall and David Reidy have joined Joe Quaid’s Kildare squad.
The Limerick school had been bidding for a 10th consecutive semi-final appearance.
The company was already the title sponsor of the U21 competition.
The 2012 All-Ireland winning captain is going trying his hand at rugby.
Gaa - Wednesday 18 January, 2017
The semi-final clashes take place next Sunday.
A two-point win for John Kiely’s side in Sixmilebridge tonight.
The Glen Rovers and Sarsfields players shot the lights out for the Rebels in Mallow tonight.
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The four-time All-Ireland winner is currently on an extended break.
The decider takes place on 28 January.
Tralee CBS and St Flannan’s also reached the last four of the Munster football colleges championship.
Victory for Coláiste Chríost Rí over Rochestown College in Blackrock today.
The 29-year-old plays GAA with Oulart the Ballagh.
“You can’t accept that as a normal standard,” insists the former Young Hurler of the Year.
A similar format could be introduced for football
Seamus Hickey confirmed that the GAA had no involvement in Dermot Earley’s hiring as the GPA’s new chief executive.
Dermot Earley will succeed Dessie Farrell next month.
The Cork native added that “the door is always open” for Con O’Callaghan to hurl with the county.
Gaa - Tuesday 17 January, 2017
The 27-year-old was O’Loughlin Gaels’ nomination.
McManamon labelled the criticism of sports psychology as “absolute nonsense.”
OCI nominees, Peter O’Mahony and Diego Costa also made the news today.
GPA president Dermot Earley will take up his new role next month.