Gaa - Today’s News
Plenty at stake between Tipperary and Clare while Galway need a solid display.
From Kerry’s relegation battle to the refereeing of ‘steps’.
Scans confirm the worst after Deane injured his knee in training this week.
The teams clash in Fitzgerald Stadium on Sunday.
It’s a busy weekend of GAA action.
The Rebels travel to Tralee for next Wednesday’s Munster quarter-final.
Jason Ryan’s side travel to Croke Park for their Division 1 clash.
Mick O’Dowd’s side travel to Ballybofey on Sunday.
The team sees two changes to the one which defeated Clare a fortnight ago.
Gaa - Yesterday’s News
The Clontarf man replaces Eric Lowndes at right half back for the Croke Park clash.
A fortnight on from their 10-goal shoot-out with Kilkenny, the Premier County have largely kept faith with the team ahead of a duel with the All-Ireland champions Clare.
It’s north v south in NFL Division one this Sunday.
The former Rebel County dual star features in the popular programme this weekend.
The top two teams in Division 1B face off at the Gaelic Grounds on Sunday.
Gaa - Wednesday 5 March, 2014
There was extra-time in Portlaoise and Dundalk tonight.
Offaly had a four-point success away to Kildare in Athy tonight.
Eric Lowndes and Michael Deegan bagged Dublin’s goals.
Kildare, Offaly, Carlow, Dublin, Laois, Longford, Meath and Louth were all in action.
They have much more than just maple syrup in Canada, you know.
When commitment and sport combine, wood is liable to shatter.
That’ll teach him not to score against the Dubs.
The Dublin champions have a full squad to pick from now for their meeting with Castlebar Mitchels.
Kildare get this year’s Leinster U21 football campaign underway with a clash against Offaly in Athy at 7.30pm.
Stephen O’Keeffe, who won a Fitzgibbon Cup title with WIT last weekend, returns between the posts.
However, other senior stars including Eric Lowndes, Jack McCaffrey and Shane Carthy are set to feature.
The team have lost all three league games to date and are now in serious danger of relegation to division three.
Gaa - Tuesday 4 March, 2014
Davy Fitz: ‘I used to dread getting up in the mornings and going out on the bus, absolutely dread it’
The Clare manager says he was severely bullied as a child.
Five GAA stars pitted their motivational skills against each other.
Michael Shields is back for the Rebels while Eoin Cadogan and Aidan Walsh are with the hurlers.
The 29 year-old scored 1-3 for Cork in last Saturday’s win over Dublin in Croke Park.
Gaa - Monday 3 March, 2014
Thurles Sarsfields player Alan Kennedy had an unlikely team-mate in an 11-a-side tonight.
WIT and UCC took the main honours as the third-level competitions drew to a close this weekend.
The Kerry forward says he faces “a long road and there will be bumps along the way”.
There was plenty to debate from the weekend’s action.
The teams meet at the Leinster quarter-final stage in Dundalk on Wednesday night.
We didn’t realise he was up for the match.
The Johnstownbridge club man has returned home.
The Down forward has hung up his boots after injuries plagued him in recent campaigns.
The Kenmare club man found the net in style yesterday in Castlebar.
It was a busy weekend in the Allianz football leagues while the All-Ireland camogie finals also took place.
Colm O’Neill made his long-awaited comeback from injury on Saturday night in Croke Park.