Gaa - Today’s News
Elsewhere former Dublin skipper John McCaffrey enjoyed an opening round victory with Lucan Sarsfields.
Dublin and Galway meet in Saturday’s final.
“I’ve seen it all now, a Rabbitte chasing a Fox around Croke Park!”
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Limerick stand between the Banner and a Munster final spot.
Michael Daly is bidding for glory with Galway next Saturday.
The games will take place from 11-13 May.
The 31-year-old was an unused substitute against Galway last Sunday.
Dara Ó Cinnéide will be joined by well-known guests on Friday night.
The Armagh manager allegedly had a verbal altercation with Joe McQuillan.
Gaa - Tuesday 25 April, 2017
It’s a battle between the young Sky Blues and the Tribesmen for EirGrid All-Ireland honours.
You know Galway were crowned champions but what else can you remember?
The Rebelettes decided to warm down while Cats skipper Meighan Farrell gave her speech.
Brophy moved to West Coast Eagles in October 2014.
The Premier face the Banner tomorrow night.
John Kiely unveils his panel before the Munster semi-final against Clare.
There’s plenty more to come from players who have enjoyed encouraging cameo moments during the Spring campaign.
Gaa - Monday 24 April, 2017
Tipperary have been here before, with questions to answer after suffering defeat at a crucial stage in the season.
The league final win was a personal triumph for the 22-year-old.
Confirmation, if needed, yesterday that Galway are genuine All-Ireland contenders.
Galway convincingly beat the reigning champs in yesterday’s league final.
Tipperary boss Michael Ryan is backing his player Jason Forde.
Tyrone All-Ireland winner Mulligan could line out for London after playing club hurling game yesterday
Owen Mulligan was in action for Fulham Irish.
The county board have expressed their support for the Clare native.
The Premier boss didn’t hide his disappointment at yesterday’s league final.
Gaa - Sunday 23 April, 2017
From Galway’s shock win in the Hurling league final, to the World Snooker Championship, there were some fascinating sports pictures taken this week.
Plenty to mull over after the events at the Gaelic Grounds.
The Royals saw off Kerry in Navan today.
Cathal Mannion struck the third goal as the Tribesmen triumphed.
Ann Downey oversaw an all-round performance.
Geraldine McLaughlin and Yvonne McMonagle were on fire today.
Who would pick up the silverware in Limerick today?
It’s final day at Limerick’s Gaelic Grounds.
Gaa - Saturday 22 April, 2017
St Sylvesters, Thomas Davis St Maurs also advanced in the Dublin SFC.
It was a first championship game for Dublin legend in charge of the Vinnies today.
There were also wins for Down and Donegal in the Christy Ring Cup.
Kildare were big winners over Carlow.
Orla Finn and Eimear Scally starred for the Rebels at Nowlan Park.
Dublin, who had Kevin McManamon in their backroom team, were two-point winners after extra-time.
Here’s the pick of our readers’ contributions from the past seven days.
The Cork camogie player has made an impressive comeback from two cruciate injuries.