The Gaelic Athletic Association (Irish: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael) is an amateur Irish and international cultural and sporting organisation focused primarily on promoting Gaelic games, which include the traditional Irish sports of hurling, camogie, Gaelic football, handball and rounders. The GAA also promotes Irish music and dance, and the Irish language.
# gaa - Friday 11 July, 2014
Cork have come in for some serious criticism – but there is nobody more disappointed than the Rebels themselves.
There’s a dual-code double-header in O’Moore Park, Portlaoise tomorrow.
The Dublin boss also confirmed that Ger Brennan will not make it back for the Leinster final.
“This year, the fitness and the speed and the touch is all back,” says the forward who broke his knee cap in 2012.
# gaa - Thursday 10 July, 2014
“Anyone in Ireland, anyone on the planet who is sad about this, you’re not one-billionth as sad about this as I am.”
Paudie O’Sullivan will seize whatever chance he gets in Sunday’s Munster SHC final.
Connacht champions out to improve on their semi-final showing and seal a fourth straight provincial crown.
James Horan has named 13 of the 15 players who started in last year’s All-Ireland final defeat against Dublin.
36,646 people will be hosted at the Cork ground for the Rebels’ clash with Limerick.
Some of JJ Doyle’s victorious U21s will be back in action for Wexford’s seniors on Saturday night.
Liam Rushe is confident that Dublin’s hurlers will give a true account of themselves in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.
Donal O’Grady is hoping Limerick can replicate previous golden hurling days on Leeside.
# gaa - Wednesday 9 July, 2014
The Na Piarsaigh duo will have key roles to play next Sunday.
A couple in their fifties and their 20-year-old daughter were tied up during the ordeal, which another family member later said had been “brutal”.
Throw-in at O’Connor Park tomorrow is 7.30pm.
The Kerry forward scored this curling effort against Cork in the Munster final.
‘It was a rough enough time,’ says the Cork captain after he left a club game coughing up blood.
Guiney lines out for Wexford tonight against Dublin in the Bord Gáis Energy Leinster U21 hurling final.
The former Kerry and Wexford manager has held the position since 2012.
# gaa - Tuesday 8 July, 2014
The 2013 Allstar claimed the man-of-the-match award after last Sunday’s decider.
‘Sean Boylan was a ruler, but now we look upon O’Dowd because baby he’ll rule he’ll rule…’
Colm Boyle is working in enemy territory before the clash in Castlebar.
The GAA and the Croke Park stadium also revealed they share ‘the intense disappointment’ felt by fans who had purchased tickets.
Dubs hoping to avoid defeat at a third age grade when their U21s take on Wexford tomorrow.
Young Lillies forwards is “not great, but he’s progressing,” manager Jason Ryan said last night.
The two-time All-Ireland winner has sought to publicise the work of suicide and self harm centre Pieta House.
The Dublin captain would not fear meeting Kilkenny again.
# gaa - Monday 7 July, 2014
Players from Clare, Wexford, Galway and Dublin also get our vote after the weekend’s action.
Players from Laois, Sligo, Limerick, Tipperary and Wexford also make the cut.
The dates, times and venues are in for this week’s key matches.
Carlton Blues’ Irish trio talk moving to Australia, adapting to a new sport and their love for Gaelic football.
It was another jam-packed weekend of GAA action.
The incident happened at Rathcoffey GAA club in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The Clare boss had no criticism for the referee, saying ‘he did what he had to do’, but could see no sense in the rule as it stood.
The draw took place this morning on RTÉ Radio 1.
The Rebels manager endured a tough day at the office yesterday in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Anthony Daly believes Dublin can put their Leinster final disappointment behind them and be ready for their All-Ireland quarter-final.
Kilkenny are strong All-Ireland favourites after they brushed past Dublin in Croke Park yesterday.
The 2013 Allstar was man-of-the-match in yesterday’s clash in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
There was provincial glory for Kerry and Kilkenny in football and hurling.