Gaa - Sunday 28 September, 2014
Cody and Shefflin both won their tenth crown today.
The Premier County boss was philosophical about another defeat to the Cats.
The talismanic Cat has ‘gone through the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune’ according to his boss.
Cork are seeking their ninth All-Ireland title in the last ten years on Sunday.
Gaa - Saturday 27 September, 2014
The Cats are celebrating another All-Ireland tonight and their most iconic player has tweeted for the first time in almost two years.
Every day he’s Shefflin.
Delaney was a key part of a much improved Kilkenny defence.
The Premier County battled to the end after an epic journey this summer.
Today wasn’t about vindication, it was about winning another title, says Brian Cody.
It’s just the 10 Celtic Crosses for Henry Shefflin now.
“I don’t know about that to be honest, but I really am going to enjoy this.” And well he might.
Brian Cody made sure his men got the job done in this Saturday night showdown.
It was another showdown between the Cats and the Premier. Here’s how it unfolded.
The county’s most decorated club saw off Westport today.
Kilkenny take on Tipperary in the third All-Ireland replay tomorrow evening at 5pm.
If you needed another reason to get psyched for this evening’s match, RTÉ have given you two.
Paying the penalty, mind games and other issues for the Premier men to ponder.
These three players will perform huge roles for the Cats this evening.
John Gardiner takes a close look at hurling’s most celebrated partnership ahead of this evening’s All-Ireland final replay.
The 20-year-old defender started to pick up injuries and had to make a difficult choice.
Will Cody and King Henry finally get their perfect 10?
Gaa - Friday 26 September, 2014
It’s simple really.
There’s also football action in Kildare and Limerick.
Sunday Game analyst slams Kerry tactics and tells them to “get off their high horse.”
The younger Brogan hopes his older sibling comes back for 2015.
The Dublin forward isn’t shirking responsibility for the loss.
The star is optimistic that the team can continue to progress under a new manager
Gaa - Thursday 25 September, 2014
The managerial partnership will succeed James Horan after his four-year term ended.
Walter Walsh is out but it is John Power who gets the nod to return to the side.
Lar Corbett will make his sixth appearance at the climactic stage of the competition.
It hasn’t always been easy…
Gregory McGonigle’s Dublin take on reigning champions Cork this Sunday in Croke Park.
The Offaly legend thinks Brian Cody should start both Kilkenny legends against Tipp on Sunday.
There have been a few epic games along the way.
Dubs make two changes as they bid to wrest the crown from Cork’s grasp.
The Donegal native will coach his two sons next year.
Text everyone in your phonebook and share every competition post on Facebook. Then read this.
Finally, he addresses the question.
The two lads had a bit of a chat recently.