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Dublin: 15 °C Friday 29 August, 2014

Gaa - Monday 25 August, 2014

Jack O’Connor is desperate to end Kerry’s minor football famine

The Kerry minor manager hopes his team have gotten their Croke Park nerves out of the system.

Your GAA weekend review GAA

Your GAA weekend review

Kerry keep Mayo’s feet on the ground, Clare keep on winning and much much more from a jam-packed weekend in the GAA.

Gaa - Sunday 24 August, 2014

Eamonn Fitzmaurice – ‘It looked like the game had gone away from us’

They could have won it at the end, but Fitzmaurice is just happy Kerry didn’t lose.

Train strike, possessed animals and Mayo Kerry praise – how Twitter reacted to today’s match GAA

Train strike, possessed animals and Mayo Kerry praise – how Twitter reacted to today’s match

Plenty GAA stars were impressed by today’s fare at Croke Park.

Limerick win junior camogie final and now they’re set for intermediate title

Here’s your round up of the All-Ireland junior A and U16A, B & C camogie finals played over the weekend.

James Horan: We can take a lot from our second half domination

Horan was pleased by Mayo’s aggressive second half display.

LGFA semi-finals draw pairs Armagh and Cork

Galway and Dublin will meet in the other semi-final of the All-Ireland senior Ladies football championship.

5 talking points after Kerry and Mayo’s thrilling All-Ireland semi-final draw

The counties must meet again after an amazing finale today.

Kilkenny knock out camogie champions Galway in 7 goal thriller

Kilkenny’s four goals proved decisive in this All-Ireland senior camogie semi-final.

O’Connor: Great fightback but first half wasn’t good enough

The Mayo forward was left to lament his side’s poor first half showing.

Poll: Who was your man of the match from today’s Kerry vs Mayo All-Ireland semi-final? Man Of The Match This post contains a poll

Mayo and Kerry to do it all over again after epic draw

Mayo’s looked to have done enough before Kieran Donaghy turned the game on its head.

Mayo want postponement of next Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final replay in Limerick

The Gaelic Grounds in Limerick is set to be the venue for Saturday’s replay.

Should Mayo’s Lee Keegan have been sent off for this?

Keegan saw red for after this controversial incident.

As It Happened: Kerry v Mayo, All-Ireland senior football semi-final

Who’s going to reach the final on September 21st? Join us to find out.

Kerry beat Mayo to reach their first minor final since 2006

Jack O’Connor’s minor team were too good for Mayo in today’s first game at Croke Park.

As It Happened: Kerry v Mayo, All-Ireland minor football semi-final

The young stars from Kerry and Mayo were first up in Croke Park today.

Seven teams now through to Cork senior hurling quarter-finals

It’s been a busy weekend of action on the Cork hurling front.

5 Talking Points – Mayo v Kerry, All-Ireland senior semi-final

Mayo and Kerry renew their rivalry in the All-Ireland semi-final today.

Poll: Mayo or Kerry, who do you think will win today? Have You Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Mayo or Kerry, who do you think will win today?

It’s the first of this year’s All-Ireland SFC semi-finals and we want to know your thoughts.

Gaa - Saturday 23 August, 2014

Hayes on the double as Cavan clinch first All-Ireland junior title for 87 years

Tom Hayes was the hero for the Breffni today.

Antrim annihilated as ruthless Clare close in on U21 hurling treble

All-Ireland champions Clare ran out 27-point winners against Antrim in Semple Stadium this afternoon.

As it happened: Galway v Wexford, All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-final

We had all the action from tonight’s second semi-final

Galway edge Monaghan in quarter-final thriller

Connacht champions show no rustiness after seven-week break.

As it happened: Clare v Antrim, All-Ireland U21 hurling semi-final

Could underdogs Antrim cause Clare any trouble as they bid for a third straight title? We had minute-by-minute updates.

Wexford and Cork set for replay after nail-biting semi-final

Katriona Mackey’s first half goal looked to have booked Cork a final berth.

Should JBM come back for another shot with Cork next year? Ronan Curran says yes

“If Jimmy wants to do it himself then I think he should be allowed to take it on for a few more years.”

Dublin hold off Kerry charge to book their place in semi-finals

Gregory McGonigle’s ladies join Cork and Armagh in the semis.

O’Neill: We don’t want to stop Dublin making money – we want to bring others up to their level

“There has to be some sort of thought put into a possible realignment of finance.”

‘Our heads were in the clouds’ — Wexford won’t be complacent again says U21 star McDonald

The Yellowbellies face Galway today, having been caught by Antrim in last year’s semi-final.

‘If we can perform at our best, the rest will look after itself’

Galway skipper Lorraine Ryan says the monkey’s off their back after last year’s success.

5 players to watch in the minor semi-final between Kerry and Mayo

Keep an eye out for these five hugely exciting prospects on Sunday.

Buckley and O’Neill – will the Kerry or the Mayo coach get the upper hand on their ex-team?

Donie Buckley and Cian O’Neill both have experience in the opposite camp, but will it be of benefit this weekend?

Johnny Doyle column: Streetwise Mayo, stopping O’Donoghue and Kerry’s selection’s Gaelic football columnist looks ahead to tomorrow’s big showdown in Croke Park.

Galway and Dublin set for LGFA final four

The final two quarter-finals take place today.

Analysis: Why Alan Mulholland has left Galway football in a much better place

The Salthill/Knocknacarra oversaw vast improvements during this three year reign.

‘I hope it’s a low scoring game’ – Mayo’s Lee Keegan

The Mayo wing-back expects a classic but hope’s it’s not too free-flowing.

Gaa - Friday 22 August, 2014

Fionn Fitzgerald: ‘The black card has raised the standards of defending’

The 24-year-old says the game has become a better spectacle for the punters.

Dublin’s dual stars need to ‘decide at 16′ which code they want to play

Former Dublin hurling boss Humphrey Kelleher has made the call.