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Dublin: 12 °C Sunday 28 May, 2017

Gaa - Today’s News

Glen Rovers' unbeaten run slashed at the death, while Meade helps his side to first-ever SHC win

There were also wins for Midleton, Erin’s Own and Na Piarsaigh.

Setback for emerging Galway defender who suffered suspected cruciate injury against Dublin

Paul Killeen left the action with a knee injury in the 26th minute.

Controversial red card, Galway's red-hot attack and Dublin drop into the backdoor

We take a run through the major talking points as Galway swat Dublin aside in Leinster.

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Here’s how the last seven sporting days looked through a lens.

Kennedy's brace from the bench the difference as Leitrim come out on top in Ruislip

They now face Roscommon in the semi-final of the Connacht championship.

Clare footballers book their spot in Munster semi-final after edging out Limerick

The Banner will take on Kerry in a fortnight’s time.

Galway back up league final victory with 14-point hammering of disappointing Dublin

Galway cruised into the Leinster SHC semi-final.

Davy Fitz watches his side cruise past Laois from the stand to book semi-final date with the Cats

Jack Guiney made a huge impact off the bench as Wexford now face Kilkenny on 10 June.

Tyrone's easy win sets up Ulster semi-final against fellow heavyweights Donegal

As expected, Tyrone made easy work of Derry in today’s quarter-final.

As it happened: Galway v Dublin, Leinster senior hurling championship quarter-final

We followed all the action live from Tullamore.

Kerry statement confirms player failed drugs test after 2016 league final GAA

Kerry statement confirms player failed drugs test after 2016 league final

Brendan O’Sullivan has served ‘the resultant suspension.’

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Waterford football boss - 'Hopefully it'll turn for them, one of these days it'll turn for them'

Tom McGlinchey praised his players efforts against Cork.

Cork avoid shock Munster football defeat to Waterford as they claim one-point win

The Fraher Field was the venue for tonight’s game.

Dooley bags hat-trick as three late goals help Offaly see off Westmeath in entertaining affair

Westmeath led by five points at half-time, but the Faithful scored 3-11 after the break.

Cork bag three goals in 21-point win over Waterford to book Munster junior final place

Comfortable for the Rebels in the curtain-raiser.

The Offaly hurling team has undergone significant transformation in the last 12 months

The Faithful and Westmeath have named their teams for the Leinster quarter-final.

'You can't manage a Westmeath team like you'd manage the Waterford team'

Michael Ryan will be patrolling the sidelines this evening as Westmeath take on Offaly in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship.

The Miltown Malbay twin brothers aiming to fly two Clare senior flags this summer

Eoin Cleary plays for the footballers tomorrow, his twin brother Conor for the hurlers next week.

School days with Tadhg Furlong and inspired by Wexford All-Ireland winning grandfather

The Wexford joint captain will keep a close eye on the Lions trip to New Zealand.

'There were probably times where I thought I'd never play with Galway again'

Galway and Padraic Mannion take on the Dubs in O’Connor Park tomorrow.

Gaa - Friday 26 May, 2017

Austin Stacks advance to Kerry SFC quarter-finals after win over James O'Donoghue's Legion

There were three games taking place in the Kingdom tonight.

London's revamped home, Limerick's forgotten son returns and Waterford's last win over Cork in 1960

We take a look at the interesting tidbits from the GAA world.

Conor Cooney's return in attack the only change as Galway begin their Leinster campaign

Michael Donoghue will stick with the tried and tested as Galway face Dublin.

4 youngsters set to make their Dublin debuts against the All-Ireland favourites

Ger Cunningham has named his 15 for the game in Tullamore.

Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz

They’ve been far too easy the past few weeks.

Analysis: What does Joe Canning bring to Galway's game from centre-forward?

Eddie Brennan and David Collins give their views on the Portumna star’s resurgance at 11.

Tipperary goalkeeper facing lengthy ban after alleged incident with referee

All-Star nominee Evan Comerford was sent off by Paddy Russell in a club football game on Tuesday evening.

Poll: Who will win the 2017 Leinster senior hurling championship? Eastern Promises This post contains a poll

Poll: Who will win the 2017 Leinster senior hurling championship?

Kilkenny and Galway are tipped to set up a 2 July decider.

Owen Mulligan: Mickey Harte must find a free-taker if Tyrone are to challenge for an All-Ireland

“They’ll pack that defence and then break and they are hard to stop so that’s why I think the free-taker is a must.”

'It is at a very public stage now, they just can't avoid hearing the criticism' - the Cork football challenge

The All-Ireland ladies football winning boss is focused on consistency with the Rebels.

Gaa - Thursday 25 May, 2017

There's a very familiar name in the Tyrone minor full-forward line this weekend

Peter Canavan’s young lad is already making a name for himself.

Harte hands trio first championship starts in Tyrone opener

The Red Hand boss has made five changes from the team that started against Kerry last month.

Cork call on 5 of their U21 finalists for Munster junior football opener

Rebels face Waterford in Fraher Field on Saturday.

Looking up to Joe Canning, going to college with Luke Meade and being coached by Jamie Wall

It’s been a quick rise for young Galway hurler Thomas Monaghan but he’s loving every minute.

12 years soldiering for Offaly and hoping young talent can help the long-term

The Birr native made his debut for the Faithful footballers in 2006.

Leitrim name youthful side with five debutants in attack while London start without Owen Mulligan

Leitrim and London clash in Ruislip on Sunday at 3.30pm.

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