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The Kingdom descend on Castlebar for League opener
Kerry’s Darran O’Sulivan and Mayo’s Kevin McLoughlin preview their Division 1 league opener.
Rebels begin League defence at HQ
Cork footballers will start their defence of their division 1 title with a strong opener against All Ireland Semi Finalists
Can Cork make it an Allianz Football League 4 in a row?
Having created history by bringing the Division 1 title back to Cork for a third successive season last year, Conor Counihan’s men will be bidding to become the first team to win the League (Division 1) four-in-a-row since Kerry in 1971-74.
Football Review Committee Report Aims To Reduce Cynical Play And Inconsistency In The Game
The GAA Football Review Committee (FRC) has launched the first of a two-part report which reviews the current state of
London calling for Dr Crokes.
Dr Crokes players Colm Cooper and Brian Looney are gearing up to face London Champions Tír Chonaill Gaels at
Denis Coughlan and Pat Hartigan enter Munster GAA Hall of Fame
Former Cork football captain Denis Coughlan and Limerick’s five time Hurling All-Star Pat Hartigan are the 2012 entrants to the
Dr. Crokes and Clare’s U21 Hurling Management Honoured
Munster senior football club champions Dr. Crokes landed another title for 2012 having been named Munster GAA Club of the
Munster GAA 2012 Players of the Year
Cork’s Donncha O’Connor and Patrick ‘Bonner’ Maher of Tipperary discuss their Player of the Year honours at the Bord Gais
O’Connor and Maher receive top honours at Munster awards
Two of the country’s top GAA stars have accolades to ease the pain of coming up short in the All
A ‘Season of Sundays’ launched for 2012
One of the most eagerly awaited annual GAA books, A Season of Sundays, sponsored by Carroll’s, was launched yesterday by
Another accolade for 2010 All Ireland winning manager Liam Sheedy
Former Tipp and 2010 All Ireland Final winning manager Liam Sheedy has another trophy in his collection. The last man
Thurles Sarsfields seek historic breakthrough
Tipperary champions Thurles Sarsfields face Waterford kingpins De La Salle in the AIB Munster Club Championship Final for the second