Gaa - Monday 27 October, 2014
Ireland’s premier handballer Paul Brady admitted relief at claiming victory in the season’s first ‘Major’ in LA.
Gaa - Sunday 26 October, 2014
Eddie Connolly took ill last year but returned today as Loughmore-Castleiney made the Tipperary SHC final.
It was the club’s first ever senior hurling crown.
The reigning champions showed their experience to power to a dramatic two-point victory.
It was the first win by a Leitrim side in the Connacht club SFC since 2005.
The 35-year-old was at his best as they defeated Mullingar Shamrocks on a scoreline of 1-11 to 0-8.
Despite shipping a goal after 85 seconds, the reigning champs ran out comfortable winners in testing conditions.
Elsewhere in the Leinster club SFC, Rathnew were four point victors over Rathvilly.
Thurles Sarsfields will meet Loughmore-Castleiney in the final.
Allstar forward finished with 1-1 but Austin Stacks and Mid Kerry will have to do it all again next week.
Liam Treacy and Evan Sweeney notched 1-3 each as Mullinahone ended the day 17 points off the pace.
Ballygunner’s comeback hit the rocks when Brian O’Sullivan was sent off with 14 minutes to play.
As it happened: Kerry football, Tipperary hurling, Munster hurling – Sunday’s GAA club match tracker
We went around the grounds all over the country to keep you up to date with today’s club action.
Mid Kerry take on Austin Stacks in Austin Stack Park on Sunday.
The Ballyboden man also tells us about the frustration of missing the club championship through injury.
Gaa - Saturday 25 October, 2014
Colm McFadden had a late free to tie the game but his effort fell short.
Patrick ‘Bonner’ Maher and Conor Lehane were among the stars on the Irish team.
Meanwhile Carrickshock overcame Rower Inistioge in their quarter final replay today.
James O’Donoghue was last night revealed as the 2014 GAA/GPA Footballer of the Year.
GAA’s very best were at the Convention Centre in Dublin for last night’s GPA All Star Awards.
Remember to keep warm and loose.
The 2014 hurling and football Allstar teams were officially announced last night in the capital.
‘Are you coming home to hurl?’ – Tipp club makes amazing video calling players home from abroad for Christmas
There’s a special charity game planned for St Stephen’s Day.
Here’s the Twitter reaction from last night’s Allstar awards.
Kilmacud Crokes defeated St Judes after extra-time in tonight’s final in Parnell Park.
Niall Daly felt that his club deserved a replay for a refereeing performance which he claims cost them a Championship final place.
Gaa - Friday 24 October, 2014
The final took place in Parnell Park tonight.
Can Kilmacud Crokes retain a title they last won in 2012 or will St Judes deliver a historic first senior crown?
Conor McGregor also has his next fight confirmed and Luke Fitzgerald returns to Leinster’s starting line-up.
Richie Hogan was tonight revealed as the 2014 Hurler of the Year.
Richie Hogan has had a fantastic year for a resurgent Kilkenny team in 2014.
There are eight first-time winners in this year’s Allstar team.
James O’Donoghue was announced as the 2014 Footballer of the Year tonight.
The Kerry attacker has polished off a dream year with this award.
Thankfully, the Kerry youngster made a full recovery.
The team will be announced live tonight on RTE ONE at 7pm.
Gaa - Thursday 23 October, 2014
There are also county finals in Westmeath and Kildare while the Leinster and Connacht club championships begin.
It’s another busy weekend of club hurling action.
St Patrick’s SNS Corduff, Bishop Galvin NS and St Martin De Porres were among the winners in HQ this afternoon.