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Our Ladys Templemore defeated Ardscoil Ris by 4-20 to 3-17 in the first round of the 2019/2020 Dr. Harty Cup Under 19 Hurling competition on Tuesday October 15th in MacDonagh Park Nenagh.
Kerry GAA, in conjunction with Comhairle na Mumhan C.L.G (Munster GAA), is now seeking applications from suitably qualified persons for the position of Football Games Development Administrator.
The GAA will be broadcasting its first ever live webinar for Primary Teachers on how your school can become a GAA 5 Star Centre on Wednesday October 23rd from 3:15pm to 4pm.
Midleton CBS produced a powerful second half performance to earn a five-point victory over Christian Brothers College Cork on Wednesday afternoon.
The draw for the 2020 Munster Senior Football Championship took place on on Tuesday October 8th.
A sixth consecutive Cork senior championship is up for grabs today (SATURDAY) for Mourneabbey, but they face one of their biggest challenges in years against West Cork at CIT (5pm).
St. Flannans recovered from four points down early in the second half to defeat Gaelcholáiste Mhuire AG at sunny Kilmallock on Wednesday.
Munster Special Schools organised a Football for all day in Páirc Uí Chaoimh on September 12th 2019 where players representing the Special Schools in Cork, Limerick and Waterford took part.
The Munster leg of the Wheelchair Hurling League took place at St Marys Secondary School Newport Co. Tipperary on Saturday 14th September.
The GAA Museum at Croke Park has announced the induction of six more iconic players into the Hall of Fame for 2019 covering the period 1985 to 1989.
Martina McMahon (Limerick) defeated Caitriona Casey (Cork) by 21-12, 21-9 in the 2019 MyClubShop.ie All-Ireland Softball Ladies Final at Croke Park on Saturday September 7th.
Any week in Kerry is a football week but when the Sam Maguire Cup is up for grabs, that applies to every second. Hurling is confined to a few in the north and Camogie, to the fewer again.