All-Ireland Club Senior Championship Semi-Finals

Dromcollogher-Broadford (Limerick) lost to Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) by 4-12 to 0-6 in the All-Ireland Club Football Championship Semi-Final.

Meanwhile, De La Salle (Waterford) defeated Cushendall (Antrim) by 1-21 to 1-19 after extra time in the All-Ireland Club Hurling Championship Semi-Final. Match Report

The Waterford and Munster Club Champions will now play Portumna (Galway) in the final on March 17th at 2:30pm.

M Donnelly Inter-Provincial Hurling Semi-Final

Munster lost to Connacht by 2-20 to 2-18 in the Martin Donnelly Interprovincial semi final at Pearse Stadium, Galway on Saturday afternoon. Munster led by 2-7 to 0-9 at half-time thanks to goals by Paul Kelly (Tipperary) and Ken McGrath (Waterford). However, Connacht dominated the second half and came back to win by two points and earn a place against Leinster in the final. Match Report

2009 National Hurling League Round 2 Results

Kilkenny 0-15 Limerick 0-14 Match Report
Waterford 0-20 Clare 0-13 Match Report
Tipperary 2-15 Cork 0-9 Match Report
Carlow 1-13 Kerry 2-5 Match Report

2009 National Football League Round 2 Results

Kerry 2-10 Tyrone 0-13

Kildare 0-14 Cork 0-14 Match Report

Tipperary 0-13 Cavan 0-11

Limerick 0-14 Roscommon 1-10 Match Report

Antrim 1-14 Clare 1-6 Match Report

Waterford 2-20 Kilkenny 0-3

All-Ireland Club Hurling Championship Finals

Blarney (Cork) won the All-Ireland Club Intermediate Hurling Championship Final on Sunday at Croke Park thanks to a 2-14 to 1-12 victory over Cappatagle (Galway). Match Report

Dripsey (Cork) defeated Tullogher Roshercon (Kilkenny) by 2-15 to 0-18 in the All-Ireland Club Junior Hurling Championship Final at Croke Park on Sunday. Match Report

All-Ireland Club Football Championship Finals

St. Michaels Foilmore (Kerry) captured the All-Ireland Club Intermediate Football Championship Final at Croke Park thanks to a 1-13 to 1-9 victory over St. Michaels (Galway).

Skellig Rangers (Kerry) defeated John Mitchells (Lancashire) by 0-10 to 0-9 in the All-Ireland Club Junior Football Championship Final at Croke Park. Match Report

All-Ireland Club Senior Championship Semi-Finals

The All-Ireland Club Senior Hurling and Football Championship Semi-Finals take place this weekend. On Saturday, Dromcollogher-Broadford (Limerick) will play Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) at 2:30pm in Pearse Park Longford in the All-Ireland Club Football Championship Semi-Final. Meanwhile on Sunday at 2:30pm in Parnell Park Dublin, De La Salle (Waterford) take on Cushendall (Antrim) in the All-Ireland Club Hurling Championship Semi-Final.

M Donnelly Inter-Provincial Hurling Semi-Final

The Munster Hurling Team to play Connacht in the Martin Donnelly Interprovincial semi final at Pearse Stadium, Galway on Saturday February 21st. at 2:30pm and is as follows –

Brendan Cummins (Tipperary); Conor O’Brien (Tipperary), Declan Prendergast (Waterford), Eoin Murphy (Waterford); Benny Dunne (Tipperary), Michael Walsh (Waterford), Seamus Hickey (Limerick); Shane McGrath (Tipperary), Donal O’Grady (Limerick); Seamus Prendergast (Waterford), Ken McGrath (Waterford), Tony Griffin (Clare); Andrew O’Shaughnessy (Limerick), Stephen Molumphy (Waterford), Paul Kelly (Tipperary)
Subs: Clinton Hennessy (Waterford), Diarmaid Fitzgerald (Tipperary), Shane O’Sullivan (Waterford), Jonathan Clancy (Clare), Gerry O’Grady (Clare), Barry Johnson (Cork), Ray Ryan (Cork), James Woodlock (Tipperary), Gerry Quinn (Clare)

Selectors – Len Gaynor (Tipperary – Manager), Ger Fitzgerald (Cork), Michael O’Riordan (Limerick), Alan Cunningham (Clare), Peter Queally (Waterford)

Midterm Madness at the GAA Museum

Schools out and the GAA Museum has organised a week of events for all the family.

Monday 16th to Friday 20th February, 14.30 DAILY
The Telling Tall Tales Tour- Family Tour
Take an extra special tour of Croke Park during the midterm break where the tour guide might be telling lies, tut tut! Come along and see if you can tell when our guides are telling tall tales or when they are actually telling the truth! Ages 6+ Booking is essential as places are limited. Adults €8, Child €4, Student/Senior €6, Family €25

Friday 20th February – 18.30, 19.00 and 19.30

Let there be light! Floodlit tours
The GAA Museum will open its doors for a special night of floodlit tours. What better way to celebrate the GAA’s milestone 125th anniversary than by discovering the magic of Croke Park under floodlights. Please note that booking is essential as places are limited. Adults €8, Child €4, Student/Senior €6, Family €25

Friday 20th February

Memory Wall Launch
This year the GAA celebrates its 125th anniversary. In conjunction with this milestone the GAA Museum will launch a Memory Wall before the end of February where visitors can add their memories of the GAA throughout the year.

Saturday 21st February, 14.30 – 16.00
Time Travellers – Art Attack
Step back in time with GAA Museum staff to learn a little more about the founding of the GAA 125 years ago. Afterwards make your own GAA timeline with important dates from history and from your own life! Ages 6+ Booking is essential as places are limited. €4 per child

Memory Wall Launch
This year the GAA celebrates its 125th anniversary. In conjunction with this milestone the GAA Museum will launch a Memory Wall before the end of February where visitors can add their memories of the GAA throughout the year.

2009 National Hurling League Round 1 Results

Tipperary 2-13 Waterford 1-12 Match Report
Limerick 3-13 Clare 1-18 Match Report
Dublin 4-14 Cork 1-14 Match Report
Wexford 4-21 Kerry 1-10 Match Report

Click here for details about Clare v Limerick Munster SHC Semi-Final on June 4th