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Dublin: 1 °C Wednesday 26 November, 2014

Gaa - Saturday 22 November, 2014

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.

Gaa - Friday 21 November, 2014

We’ll Leave It There So: Katie makes the world semis, Paulie’s staying put and all today’s sport

Also, Irish football will receive a €1.2 million funding boost.

Former All-Ireland winner Paul Curran steps down as Ballymun boss

Curran had led the club to a Leinster title and All-Ireland final.

Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz

How much attention were you paying to the week’s sporting event?

Ex-Limerick boss will be involved with Kerry club of David Moran and Tommy Walsh in 2015 GAA

No compromise: The players Ireland need to perform Down Under this weekend

The Aussies host the tourists in Perth tomorrow.

27 tough and intense pics from the International Rules down through the years

Ireland face Australia in Perth tomorrow in the latest test. We’ve taken a look back at the games down through the years.

Gaa - Thursday 20 November, 2014

We’ll Leave It There So: Tommy Walsh retires, Katie Taylor advances and all today’s sport

We’ll also have news on Dave Whelan, the Ireland rugby team and more.

Allstars, shinty, All-Irelands, blood injuries, Cody and New York – Tommy Walsh’s hurling career

Walsh retired today after a stellar career with the Cats.

Kilkenny teammates, Munster opponents and Gaelic footballers all pay tribute to Tommy Walsh TW5

Kilkenny teammates, Munster opponents and Gaelic footballers all pay tribute to Tommy Walsh

Henry Shefflin, Eddie Brennan, Padraic Maher, Diarmuid O’Sullivan and Aidan O’Mahony are some of those heaping praise on the Kilkenny hurler who retired today.

Podge Collins dishes the dirt on his Cratloe hurling teammates

Cratloe take on Kilmallock in Sunday’s AIB Munster senior club hurling final.

Kilkenny’s Tommy Walsh is retiring from intercounty hurling

The 31-year-old made the announcement this morning.

Anthony Tohill after chainsaw accident – ‘There’s so many people worse off than me’

The iconic Derry footballer has spoken out about the accident he was involved in last year.

Gaa - Wednesday 19 November, 2014

Irish International Rules team hit the bright lights of Perth before Saturday’s test

The test match against Australia takes place next Saturday for Paul Earley’s side.

Declan O’Sullivan retires as part of a special group of 8 GAA greats

O’Sullivan joins men from Kerry, Roscommon, Cavan, Mayo, Galway, Dublin and Tyrone as a player who has lifted Sam Maguire more than once.

We’ll Leave It There So: Irish supporters’ group angry, Declan O’Sullivan retires and all today’s sport

Meanwhile, England boss Roy Hodgson has expressed his disapproval of the England fans’ IRA chants last night.

Clare dual champs Cratloe have only had one weekend off since mid July but won’t complain

Cratloe take on Kilmallock next Sunday after a hectic season of action.

Cork, Limerick and Tipperary schools claim Dr Harty Cup group stage victories

There was plenty action this afternoon in the Munster senior colleges hurling championship.

Are you the type of person who leaves a game early?

Go on then, spill the beans.

‘Baller. Leader. Legend’ – GAA stars pay tribute to Declan O’Sullivan

“An honour to have soldiered with him,” wrote Marc Ó Sé.

Declan O’Sullivan calls it a day after glittering Kerry career

The Dromid Pearses man is bowing out at the top.

1999 All-Ireland winning captain appointed as new Cork hurling coach

JBM will be working alongside Mark Landers next year.

This Limerick player couldn’t bring himself to watch the All-Ireland hurling final

Graeme Mulcahy and his teammates beat Tipperary and lost to Kilkenny this summer.

Gaa - Tuesday 18 November, 2014

We’ll Leave It There So: Jared’s in pain, Henry delays his decision and the rest of the day’s sport

Also, Katie Taylor won her first fight at the world championship.

Stark new anti-doping ad shows cheating tars everyone involved in sport

The Irish Sports Council have launched a new campaign.

4 GAA club provincial finals in Connacht, Munster and Leinster on the cards this weekend

Cratloe, Kilmallock, Ballintubber and Corofin are all dreaming of provincial senior final glory this week.

Woman sends touching message to Wexford hurlers for giving her dad ‘one more great time’

Mavis Gallagher’s dad was revelling in Wexford’s success with his dying breath.

Kerry GAA chiefs to investigate ‘cowardly’ attack on umpire in hurling final

The alleged incident occurred during the senior hurling league division 2 final.

Finally the Galway hurling championship can continue after Turloughmore’s last appeal fails

The controversy has hung over the Tribesmen club scene in recent weeks.

Want to know about Henry Shefflin’s Kilkenny future? Wait until Ballyhale’s season ends

The Kilkenny club are involved in next Sunday’s Leinster semi-final against Kilmacud Crokes.

Gaa - Monday 17 November, 2014

We’ll Leave It There So: Concern for Chris Henry, O’Neill has his say and all today’s sport

We’ll also have news on a Conor McGregor opponent and a new face at Leinster.

Controversial Bombers pair to face Ireland despite continuing Essendon supplements scandal

Dustin Fletcher and Jobe Watson have been added to the Australia International Rules squad

Tomás Mulcahy, Frank Murphy and Gerald McCarthy pay tribute to the late Canon O’Brien

Cork’s 1990 All-Ireland winning manager was laid to rest today.

Ireland’s International Rules squad head to the beach in Melbourne for recovery session

It was time to relax for the Ireland squad after yesterday’s warm-up win.