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Dublin: 14 °C Tuesday 23 September, 2014

Gaa - Today’s News

Mayo board executive member resigns after manager appointment process is ‘a sham’

Not everyone is happy with how the new manager has been appointed.

Here are 32 of the best pics from this year’s All-Ireland football championship

Joy, despair, blood and pitch invasions feature in our championship gallery.

Championship review: ranking the 10 best football games of the summer

2014 saw some epic championship encounters played out on the field, we rank the best, from 10 down to 1.

Here’s the GAA-themed selfie campaign hoping to raise funds for the Alan Kerins Projects

Armagh great Steven McDonnell has come up with a brilliant fundraising idea.

Kieran Donaghy criticises Joe Brolly’s ‘lazy journalism’

The player famously slated the pundit in the immediate aftermath of Kerry’s triumph on Sunday.

Tomás Ó Sé and Donnchadh Walsh had a dance-off at the Kerry homecoming last night

Who won the on-stage battle between the minor and senior players?

Would you rip up an All-Ireland ticket to win money for your club? – This Kerry fan did

The ultimate dilemma faced GAA fans outside Croke Park last Sunday.

More good news for Kerry fans on Tommy Walsh, retirement talk and minor champions

Éamonn Fitzmaurice predicts that the future is positive for the Kingdom.

Any lads out there need tux tips? Go no further than style icon Marty Morrissey

The ‘Banter Panther’ helped Kerry’s Aidan O’Mahony with his tuxedo.

Kerry’s All-Ireland winning coach got texts of support from Mayo’s squad last week

Class gesture from the beaten All-Ireland semi-finalists.

Marc Ó Sé – Level on medals with Tomás, remembering Páidí and praising Fitzmaurice

Kerry’s experienced defender now has five All-Ireland medals to his credit.

Jim McGuinness reckons that spying is commonplace at elite level in GAA

McGuinness insists that the man caught watching a Kerry training session last weekend had nothing to do with Donegal.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

From CCTV footage of Jonny Cooper stabbing too distressing to be shown to public Investigation

CCTV footage of Jonny Cooper stabbing too distressing to be shown to public

The young footballer was stabbed on his head, neck and shoulders.

Éamonn Fitzmaurice joined 10 other GAA greats in a special group yesterday

The Kerry boss now has All-Ireland senior titles to his name as a player and a manager.

All-Ireland winners John Allen and John O’Mahony on board with Carlow GAA for 2015

The announcements have been confirmed tonight by Carlow GAA.

Eamonn instilled the belief in us that we could win it – Johnny Buckley

“Wearing Kerry jersey isn’t extra pressure but it’s definitely something that motivates you that it’s your time”

Dromintee explain why they had players wearing jeans for THAT Armagh club match

Here’s the Dromintee side of a surreal story.

7 footballers who have enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2014

These players all really stepped up in 2014 and established themselves among the game’s elite.

Kerry’s David Moran did the Ice Bucket Challenge at Croke Park yesterday

The midfielder used the Sam Maguire to perform the task following Kerry’s All-Ireland final win.

Player of the Year: The 7 best footballers of 2014

Our list includes two Kerrymen, two Dubs, two from Donegal and one from Mayo.

Johnny Doyle column: It wasn’t pretty but Kerry had to cut their cloth to measure

Our columnist is full of praise for Kerry despite the game not being a spectacle.

Photos: Kerry take the Sam Maguire to Crumlin Children’s Hospital

After an important date at Croke Park yesterday, the Kingdom had an equally-important one to keep this morning.

Kieran Donaghy takes golden opportunity with both hands

‘I said to the umpire about three or four minutes before that whoever gets the goal will win it.’

James O’Donoghue: Training has been a mare getting used to it, I knew what to expect

The star forward says it hasn’t been easy getting used to playing against a packed defence, but it was the perfect preparation for Kerry.

From The Daily Edge 9 people who took their All-Ireland final celebrations to the next level See Yiz In Coppers

5 talking points for Kerry after they are crowned All-Ireland champions

Key goals and Kieran Donaghy’s dominance were huge for Kerry.

5 talking points for Donegal on a day of disappointment in Croke Park

Costly errors, the future for McGuinness and other questions after today’s All-Ireland final defeat.

McGuinness: ‘Maybe we were thinking of 9 o’clock and being in Citywest with the cup’

Donegal boss at a loss to explain poor performance in All-Ireland defeat against Kerry.

Fitzmaurice: After Cork rout, I knew we were on to something special

Kerry boss salutes the environment that bred a 37th All-Ireland success.

Jack O’Connor’s All-Irelands: ‘I did it back to front, like the wedding after the honeymoon!’

O’Connor yesterday collected an All-Ireland minor title to add to previous U21 and senior wins.

Your GAA weekend review

Need to catch up on the weekend’s action? We’ve got you covered here.

Gaa - Sunday 21 September, 2014

Kerry’s Paul Murphy wins All-Ireland football final man of the match award

Murphy beat out Kieran Donaghy and Peter Crowley for The Sunday Game award.

Kerry and Donegal have five apiece in The Sunday Game team of the year

Dublin have two players on the team while Mayo have three.

23 pictures that tell the story of today’s All-Ireland final

It was Kerry’s day in Croke Park.

Pauric Mahony stars as Ballygunner defeat Dungarvan to reach Waterford county final

Ballygunner will now take on Mount Sion in the county final.

Ballincollig and Carbery Rangers book places in Cork senior football semi-finals

Ballincollig defeated Muskerry in tonight’s quarter-final tie while Carbery Rangers overcame Clonakilty.

‘Over 70 minutes we didn’t deliver’ – McGuinness says his team lacked energy

McGuinness thought his side might have had tired legs.

Hat-trick for McGrath, 1-3 for Podge as Cratloe hurlers keep Clare double dream alive

Cratloe ran out five-point winners to set a county final date with Crusheen.

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