Gaa - Today’s News
The 24-year-old says the game has become a better spectacle for the punters.
Former Dublin hurling boss Humphrey Kelleher has made the call.
See the full interview with Ó Sé on Thank GAA It’s Friday, tonight on RTÉ 2 at 8.30pm.
And she plays in a an All-Ireland semi-final this weekend.
Aidan O’Shea dancing sounds like a very sweaty spectacle.
Anna Geary, fresh from the Rose of Tralee, will lead the Leesiders this weekend.
The Kerry skipper has worked in New Zealand and the US over the last few years but will feel right at home on Sunday.
Brian Rayle comes in for Liam Carey ahead of Sunday’s semi-final clash.
Harry Murphy has stepped down after three years in charge.
There’s plenty to keep an eye on the airwaves this weekend
The counties meet in Sunday’s All-Ireland senior football semi-final in Croke Park.
Galway take on Wexford at 6pm tomorrow.
The ex- Deise player wants to see the chairman, secretary and PRO take the challenge.
This year’s All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-finals take place in Semple Stadium, Thurles tomorrow evening.
The ex -Mayo fullback tells TheScore.ie all about the heartbreak of 2004 and 2006, but a lot has changed he says.
Mayo’s losing record to the Kingdom goes all the way back to 1997.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Declan O’Sullivan misses out, as Stephen O’Brien has returned from injury.
There is plenty of football still to be played, but these five players lead the hunt for the end of season honour.
One of the greatest players to ever grace the game.
The All-Ireland champions face Donegal at Croker on Sunday week.
Noel Treacy believes Alan Mulholland’s replacement should come from within the county.
He believes it’s a decision that is best for Galway football.
It brings the end to his three-year term in charge of the Tribesmen.
The Cork hurler and footballer says that Jim Gavin’s Dubs have not been tested.
The Kerry forward is hoping to add to the pain this weekend though.
The Mayo wing-back has received lots of praise for his play over the last few years.
Gaa - Wednesday 20 August, 2014
The attacker may be injured but he’s still involved in the Kingdom squad.
The former Derry player collapsed in a club game last week.
Down have lost the 2010 Allstar after nine years between the sticks for the Mourne men.
Back in 2004 Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice lined out against Mayo in the All-Ireland final.
The Cork selector put the defeat down to a ‘really, really poor day at the office.’
He singled out some big players he feels need to have a look at themselves to end Mayo’s famine.
We analyse the contenders for the big prize, with Paul Flynn and James O’Donoghue leading the race.
However, the current Player of the Year rejects claims the defending champions enjoy preferential treatment.
The Hurler of the Year is getting set to face Antrim at the weekend.
O’Donghue spills every possible bean about his Kerry colleagues
Gaa - Tuesday 19 August, 2014
The winners had to come from behind as they trailed by 1-9 to 0-9 at half-time.
The Tipperary attacker kept up his hot goalscoring streak last Sunday.
Cunningham will take charge of Fitzgibbon Cup side UCC.