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Dublin: 13 °C Friday 22 August, 2014

Gaa - Today’s News

Fionn Fitzgerald: ‘The black card has raised the standards of defending’

The 24-year-old says the game has become a better spectacle for the punters.

Dublin’s dual stars need to ‘decide at 16′ which code they want to play

Former Dublin hurling boss Humphrey Kelleher has made the call.

‘It’s great to be recognised as a dancer’ – Kerry minor Tomas Ó Sé on his two loves Toe Tap This post contains videos

‘It’s great to be recognised as a dancer’ – Kerry minor Tomas Ó Sé on his two loves

See the full interview with Ó Sé on Thank GAA It’s Friday, tonight on RTÉ 2 at 8.30pm.

Attacked in New York, Gaelic football has helped Alisha Jordan rebuild her life

And she plays in a an All-Ireland semi-final this weekend.

‘I am the best dresser on the team by a country mile’- Rob Hennelly on his Mayo teammates

Aidan O’Shea dancing sounds like a very sweaty spectacle.

Battle of heavyweights as Cork and Wexford meet in last-four showdown

Anna Geary, fresh from the Rose of Tralee, will lead the Leesiders this weekend.

From Auckland to Texas, there’s no place like Croke Park for Fionn Fitzgerald

The Kerry skipper has worked in New Zealand and the US over the last few years but will feel right at home on Sunday.

One change for Kerry minor team while Mayo stay unchanged

Brian Rayle comes in for Liam Carey ahead of Sunday’s semi-final clash.

Wicklow are looking for a new senior football manager

Harry Murphy has stepped down after three years in charge.

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

There’s plenty to keep an eye on the airwaves this weekend

Same again for Mayo as they name unchanged team to face Kerry

The counties meet in Sunday’s All-Ireland senior football semi-final in Croke Park.

John Mullane does the Ice Bucket Challenge and then nominates Waterford GAA officials

The ex- Deise player wants to see the chairman, secretary and PRO take the challenge.

8 U21 hurlers to watch out for during this weekend’s All-Ireland semi-finals

This year’s All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-finals take place in Semple Stadium, Thurles tomorrow evening.

‘Previous beatings won’t be thought about’ says former Mayo skipper David Heaney

The ex -Mayo fullback tells all about the heartbreak of 2004 and 2006, but a lot has changed he says.

House of Pain: Mayo’s defeats to Kerry in Croke Park

Mayo’s losing record to the Kingdom goes all the way back to 1997.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Kerry make three changes ahead of All-Ireland semi-final

Declan O’Sullivan misses out, as Stephen O’Brien has returned from injury.

Five players who could win Young Footballer of the Year

There is plenty of football still to be played, but these five players lead the hunt for the end of season honour.

7 of Maurice Fitzgerald’s greatest moments for Kerry

One of the greatest players to ever grace the game.

Having Bernard Dunne in our corner is good for Dubs, says Paul Flynn

The All-Ireland champions face Donegal at Croker on Sunday week.

Galway chairman insists it’s ‘not good for the county’ to appoint an outside manager

Noel Treacy believes Alan Mulholland’s replacement should come from within the county.

Mulholland: ‘I feel there’s a breakthrough coming very soon and it’s hard to hand it over’

He believes it’s a decision that is best for Galway football.

Alan Mulholland steps down as Galway manager

It brings the end to his three-year term in charge of the Tribesmen.

‘It’s an easy outlet to say dual-players are the problem’ – Eoin Cadogan on Cork and Dublin

The Cork hurler and footballer says that Jim Gavin’s Dubs have not been tested.

‘It’s the only prize’ – James O’Donoghue has sympathy for Mayo after All-Ireland defeats

The Kerry forward is hoping to add to the pain this weekend though.

‘I can’t be compared with Tomás Ó Sé until I do what he’s done’ – Lee Keegan

The Mayo wing-back has received lots of praise for his play over the last few years.

Gaa - Wednesday 20 August, 2014

What’s Colm Cooper’s role in the Kerry squad as he battles back from injury?

The attacker may be injured but he’s still involved in the Kingdom squad.

2007 Allstar Kevin McCloy thanks medical staff for saving his life at club match

The former Derry player collapsed in a club game last week.

Down’s former Allstar goalkeeper Brendan McVeigh has retired

Down have lost the 2010 Allstar after nine years between the sticks for the Mourne men.

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Eamonn Fitz says Mayo are ‘way more physical’ than when he was playing

Back in 2004 Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice lined out against Mayo in the All-Ireland final.

Seanie McGrath: Cork didn’t underestimate Tipperary last Sunday

The Cork selector put the defeat down to a ‘really, really poor day at the office.’

‘Mayo would want to grow up if they are to win an All-Ireland’ – Larry Tompkins

He singled out some big players he feels need to have a look at themselves to end Mayo’s famine.

Footballer of the Year 2014: Who will win this year’s award?

We analyse the contenders for the big prize, with Paul Flynn and James O’Donoghue leading the race.

Michael Darragh Macauley calls Dublin’s competition for places ‘absolutely disgusting’

However, the current Player of the Year rejects claims the defending champions enjoy preferential treatment.

Tony Kelly describes Clare U21s as ‘Band of Brothers’

The Hurler of the Year is getting set to face Antrim at the weekend.

Brian Kelly is a bit of a ‘headbanger’ – James O’Donoghue on his teammates

O’Donghue spills every possible bean about his Kerry colleagues

Gaa - Tuesday 19 August, 2014

Na Piarsaigh seal semi-final spot with win over Granagh-Ballingarry GAA

Na Piarsaigh seal semi-final spot with win over Granagh-Ballingarry

The winners had to come from behind as they trailed by 1-9 to 0-9 at half-time.

Take a moment to appreciate just how good Seamus Callanan’s goals last Sunday were

The Tipperary attacker kept up his hot goalscoring streak last Sunday.

Ex-Cork selector Ger Cunningham has got a new hurling management job

Cunningham will take charge of Fitzgibbon Cup side UCC.

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