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Gaa - Today’s News

Two Kilkenny hurlers and one from Tipp retire with 17 All-Ireland senior medals between them

Brian Hogan, Aidan Fogarty and John O’Brien have all retired this morning.

Who should win Irish Sports Book of the Year? Our writers have their say

The winner for the annual event will be announced on Wednesday evening, with Roy Keane and BOD among the nominees.

Doon claim Dr Harty Cup win while Corn Uí Mhuirí quarter-final spots up for grabs today

It’s a busy weekend of Munster colleges GAA action.

Gaa - Yesterday’s News

Women’s sport still doesn’t get the support it deserves. Here’s how we can change that Opinion This post contains videos

Women’s sport still doesn’t get the support it deserves. Here’s how we can change that

Sports PR executive Colm Woods has practical solutions to change the perception of women’s sport in Ireland.

‘Amazing, outstanding, fantastic’ – brilliant radio commentary of the Kilmallock Cratloe finale

The drama of last Sunday’s final was brilliantly captured by Live95FM.

Praise for Austin Stacks colourful fans – ‘The supporters are unique, I’ve never seen anything like it’

Manager Stephen Stack pays tribute to the supporters of the Tralee club.

Look how bad this pitch was that caused Tipperary GAA relegation game to be postponed

The Ballyneale pitch was deemed unsuitable by the referee last Saturday to hold a county senior football relegation playoff.

‘I think myself and Diarmuid Connolly have been going for 36 months’

Ger Brennan wouldn’t have it any other way though as Vincent’s look to win back-to-back Leinster titles.

TJ’s shock at Tommy’s departure – ‘A very sad day for ourselves and for Kilkenny’

This year’s Kilkenny Allstar winner has been speaking about his former teammate who retired last week.

Gaa - Monday 24 November, 2014

Dublin turned black and blue as World Cup winners hit town

Dan Carter and Bernard Brogan probably discussed car insurance over the starters.

We’ll Leave It There So: Katie’s fifth world title, Herity retires and all today’s sport

Meanwhile, an Irish athlete picked up a European bronze medal and Ulster’s out-half was ruled out.

Sparrow joy for Kilmallock – ‘In January I told them I want to win a Munster club’

Ger ‘Sparrow’ O’Loughlin guided the Limerick club to the Munster hurling club title yesterday.

Kieran Fitzgerald – ‘A Galway team coming to Castlebar whets the appetite, we were hungry’

Former All-Ireland winner Kieran Fitzgerald spoke after the game on what the win meant for his team.

We’ll be seeing less great inter-county goals as Down’s Benny Coulter retires

Coulter has announced his retirement from the game.

Sexton and Cluxton talking pressure kicks and sporting motivation is absolutely brilliant

Those two know the feeling of standing over a kick that can define your career.

Kilkenny’s All-Ireland winning goalkeeper David Herity announces his retirement

“I am so proud to have represented my county during such a historic era for Kilkenny hurling.”

6 talking points after Kilmallock and Corofin land Munster and Connacht club titles

The Limerick and Galway clubs are celebrating today.

Shefflin and Reid get the goals as Ballyhale close in on another Leinster crown

The Kilkenny champs will face Offaly’s Kilcormac-Killoughey on 7 December.

80 minutes, 54 scores – Kilmallock end long Munster title wait in classic against Cratloe

It has been 20 long years of waiting for the Limerick champions.

Two goal blitz powers Corofin past Ballintubber to Connacht title

Corofin eased to the Connacht title and their opponents only had two scorers on the day.

All-Ireland champions St Vincent’s survive Leinster scare against Garrycastle

The Marino men had a 10-point lead pegged back before they eventually prevailed in Parnell Park.

Extra-time, red cards and man-buns: 11 of the best photos from this weekend’s club GAA action

There were thrilling club games in the Munster hurling championship and the Leinster football championship.

Gaa - Sunday 23 November, 2014

Mullinavat and Cappoquin celebrate intermediate hurling glory

Underdogs Cappoquin become the first Waterford club to win provincial hurling honours at intermediate level on Saturday.

Pick Six: Kilkenny’s Eoin Murphy v – NFL week 12

We’ve asked the Kilkenny goalkeeper to call six of this week’s NFL games.

Rhode impress against Moorefield to set up Vincent’s showdown

The Offaly champions will meet the reigning Leinster and All-Ireland champions on 14 December.

As It Happened: Leinster senior football semi-final, St Vincent’s v Garrycastle

Who would win out today between the Dublin and Westmeath sides in Parnell Park?

As It Happened: Ballyhale Shamrocks v Kilmacud Crokes, Leinster senior hurling semi-final

Who’s going to join Kilcormac-Killoughey in the Leinster club hurling decider?

As it happened: Cratloe v Kilmallock, Munster SHC; Ballintubber v Corofin, Connacht SFC

Cratloe and Kilmallock served up one of the games of the year while Corofin were crowned Connacht champs. Relive the action here.

Shane Long and Alan Quinlan are besties! It’s the sporting tweets of the week

Also, Brian O’Driscoll owns Rory McIlroy and Graham Norton befriends Paul Galvin.

5 talking points as Ballintubber and Corofin chase Connacht senior football crown

The sides will do battle in Castlebar tomorrow afternoon.

5 talking points as Cratloe and Kilmallock bid for Munster club hurling glory

The sides face off at the Gaelic Grounds tomorrow afternoon.

Blind footballers, Montreal Screwjobs and the rest of the week’s best sportswriting

There are also pieces on England’s most-capped player and a footballer turned teacher.

Gaa - Saturday 22 November, 2014

‘It might have been easy to throw in the towel’ – Disappointed Murphy takes heart from fight

After captaining Ireland to International Rules success last year, Michael Murphy tasted defeat in Perth on Saturday.

International Rules: Ireland’s comeback falls short after giving Australia a 33-point start

Paul Earley’s side battled bravely in the second half but couldn’t reel in their All-Australian opponents.

Australia scored one of the great own goals in International Rules history

Surely this is enough reason to keep the series alive?

As it happened: Australia v Ireland, International Rules Test

Could Paul Earley’s Ireland retain the Cormac McAnallen Cup? Relive all of the action from Perth in our minute-by-minute report.

Tommy Walsh to take up baseball? It’s comments of the week

The Kilkenny legend, late racehorse trainer Dessie Hughes and Billy O’Driscoll all feature.

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