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Dublin: 19 °C Tuesday 29 July, 2014

Today’s News

English cricketer banned from wearing pro-Gaza wristbands during match

Moeen Ali wore “Save Gaza” and “Free Palestine” wristbands during England’s Test against India yesterday.

A Jamaican not named Usain Bolt won 100m gold at the Commonwealth Games last night Glasgow 2014 This post contains videos

Reilly slams GAA player abuse – ‘When it turns personal and nasty, it is wrong’

The Meath captain has had some “interesting conversations” since their 16-point defeat against Dublin.

‘We couldn’t let the season slide away’ – Darren Hughes ready to take down Kildare

Midfielder believes Donegal are back to their best as Monaghan look to join their Ulster conquerors in the last eight.

Yesterday’s News

Armagh continue silent treatment as Dyas pulled from Croke Park interviews

Kevin Dyas was in Croke Park this morning – but was restricted to a few photos.

Sunday 27 July, 2014

POLL: Who will win today’s All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals? Trip To Tipp This post contains a poll

POLL: Who will win today’s All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals?

Who will join Kilkenny and Cork in this year’s semi-finals?

Saturday 26 July, 2014

3 talking points ahead of Saturday’s Round 4A football qualifiers

Two more quarter-final places will be filled after this evening’s double-header in Tullamore.

Friday 25 July, 2014

Here’s your GAA coverage on TV and radio this weekend

You don’t want to miss these.

This is how it would sound if Morgan Freeman read the LeBron ‘homecoming’ letter Redemption This post contains videos

This is how it would sound if Morgan Freeman read the LeBron ‘homecoming’ letter

Everything sounds better in Morgan Freeman’s voice.

Pepe has gone full Coolio with this ridiculous new haircut

Here’s entry number 72 b) on our ‘Reasons to dislike Pepe’ list…

Cork v Bohs, and the rest of the draw for the FAI Cup Third Round

The last 16 clashes are scheduled for the week ending 24 August.

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Offaly U21 hurling manager Dermot Hogan dies in tragic accident RIP

Offaly U21 hurling manager Dermot Hogan dies in tragic accident

County chairman Padraig Boland pays tribute to a man whose “positivity towards Offaly hurling was infectious.”

Dublin’s Mick Carton on juggling life as a fireman and an inter-county hurler Fireman Mick This post contains videos

Dublin’s Mick Carton on juggling life as a fireman and an inter-county hurler

The Dubs defender takes viewers inside the fire station tonight on RTÉ 2.

No’ looking back! It’s Alan Nolan’s time to shine after years on the Dublin subs bench

“You’d be really sick with yourself if you get a chance and you didn’t take it.”

Thursday 24 July, 2014

Simmons: ‘I can imagine playing a game in Sydney with the Irish support… jeez!’

Coach Phil Simmons says the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.will effectively be a home tournament for Ireland.

A quiz question reminded James O’Donoghue what it means to be ‘a true Kerry player’

James O’Donoghue has stepped out of the shadows to become one of Kerry’s stars – but he knows he has won nothing yet.

Cooper: I’ve two weeks to show Jim that I deserve that Dublin jersey

Jonny Cooper is already counting down the days until he can return to training.

‘If Cillian O’Connor isn’t classed as a marquee forward, I don’t know who is’

Mayo keeper Rob Hennelly bats away any lingering doubts about the Connacht champions’ attacking options.

Wednesday 23 July, 2014

Pat’s ship five goals to crash out of the Champions League

The Saints were defeated 5-0 (6-1 on aggregate) by Legia Warsaw at Tallaght Stadium.

Limerick determined to show that glory days were no flash in the pan

“We can’t underestimate how big this game is for us,” Paudie O’Brien insists.

Tuesday 22 July, 2014

Yes, Stoke have signed Bojan from Barcelona. No, that’s not a joke.

Young attacker “desperate to prove himself in the Premier League” after a few seasons drifting around Europe.

Dublin have fresh injury worries ahead of their All-Ireland quarter-final

The Dubs face Tipperary in Semple Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Euros will be ‘litmus test’ for Ireland’s Olympic hopefuls – Ankrom

Ireland’s 30-strong team fly out to Zurich next month with medals on their mind.

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Poirier warns McGregor fans: ‘Build him up – it’ll be that much sweeter when I stand over him’

The American really wants a Vegas showdown against Conor McGregor in September.

Monday 21 July, 2014

Here are the teams for tomorrow’s Munster minor hurling final replay

Both counties have named their sides for the replay in Semple Stadium.

Dublin’s All-Ireland quarter-final will be exclusively live on Sky Sports

The Road to Sam became a little bit clearer this afternoon as the GAA confirmed dates and times for the final qualifiers and quarter-finals.

Matthew Macklin’s Dublin fight will be an official world title eliminator

WBC International champion Jorge Sebastien Heiland confirmed as Macklin’s opponent in Dublin’s National Stadium on August 30th.

Rosenborg sack manager ahead of Sligo Rovers second leg

Alan Keane and Danny North have a lot to answer for.

Dimitar Berbatov scores instinctive volley for his pre-season highlight reel The Berb Is Back This post contains videos

Dimitar Berbatov scores instinctive volley for his pre-season highlight reel

Monaco beat Atletico Junior 1-0 in Colombia last night.

GAA to wait for referee’s report on Dublin ‘bite’ allegation

Meath manager Mick O’Dowd alleged that Mickey Burke was bitten during yesterday’s Leinster SFC final.

Dublin rule supreme – but Royal rout was too ‘patchy’ for Jim Gavin’s liking

The Dubs dished out a hiding in Croke Park yesterday… and it still wasn’t up to Jim Gavin’s high standards.

Sunday 20 July, 2014

Biting allegations overshadow Dublin’s Leinster final win

Meath manager Mick O’Dowd has alleged that defender Mickey Burke was bitten in the second half.

Dublin are Leinster SFC champions for the ninth time in 10 years

It’s a hat-trick of wins over Meath in the provincial decider.

O’Callaghan leads the way as Dublin reclaim minor crown

Captain Con O’Callaghan posted 1-6 as the Dubs blasted past Kildare in the Leinster minor final.

As it happened: Dublin v Meath, Leinster senior football final

One of the GAA’s most storied rivalries writes its latest chapter. Join us for Dublin v Meath, live from Croke Park.

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As it happened: Dublin v Kildare, Leinster minor football final

Could Kildare’s minors clinch back-to-back Leinster titles? Join us for all of the action in today’s curtain-raiser, live from Croke Park.

McGregor: ‘We’re not here just to take part – we’re here to take over!’

McGregor has his sights set on the Aviva Stadium or Croke Park the next time the UFC returns to Dublin.

The best pictures from the UFC’s triumphant return to Ireland

Ireland’s fighters swept the card on a hugely successful night for the promotion in The O2, Dublin.

Watch it again: Conor McGregor’s first-round win sends UFC Dublin crowd wild UFC Dublin This post contains videos

Watch it again: Conor McGregor’s first-round win sends UFC Dublin crowd wild

Noise levels inside the O2 hit 111 decibels as McGregor took his UFC record to a perfect 3-0.

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