GAA News

Down's McCabe suffers broken jaw in accidental clash

25 June 2019 | 8:56 am

Down footballer Owen McCabe is expected to be sidelined for up to eight weeks after he suffered a broken jaw in an accidental collision during the All-Ireland qualifier defeat to Mayo at the weekend.

Let's talk about Dublin

25 June 2019 | 7:54 am

Radical thinking is required by Croke Park if the current trend of Dubs' domination is to be addressed, writes Peter Sweeney.

Connolly dashes hopes of Dublin comeback

25 June 2019 | 7:13 am

Diarmuid Connolly is expected to travel to the US to link up with a Boston GAA club this week, ending speculation he could appear for Dublin's five-in-a-row chasing footballers this summer.

'What are Leinster Council delegates thinking today?'

24 June 2019 | 4:12 pm

The 'humiliation' of the Leinster football championship must come to an end and Leinster Council delegates need to be brave to call for serious change, according to former Longford and Leitrim manager Declan Rowley.

HS hurling team of the week

24 June 2019 | 4:03 pm

The Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cup finals took centre stage at Croke Park on Saturday and it was celebration time for Meath, Sligo and Leitrim…

McCorry stays grounded

24 June 2019 | 3:25 pm

Assistant manager Jim McCorry was refusing to get carried away with Armagh's superb All-Ireland SFC Qualifier victory over Monaghan.

Lee undecided on Limerick future

24 June 2019 | 2:40 pm

Billy Lee says he will consult with his players, county board officials and his backroom team before deciding whether to continue as Limerick football manager.

Kilkenny U20s make light work of Laois

24 June 2019 | 2:21 pm

Senior star Adrian Mullen scored two goals to help DJ Carey's Kilkenny U-20 side to a big a 5-16 to 0-10 win over Laois in their Leinster U20 HC quarter-final at O'Moore Park

Brennan brimming after man of the match display

24 June 2019 | 2:00 pm

Donegal star man Jamie Brennan just couldn't stop smiling in the immediate aftermath of his side putting Ulster SFC titles back-to-back as they swept Cavan aside in what was at times quite a one-sided contest.

GAA tweets of the week

24 June 2019 | 10:29 am

There were plenty of talking points generated across the three provincial football finals and qualifier action while this morning's round 3 draw has us looking forward to next weekend …

Ladies: Mayo 'left it behind', says Leahy

24 June 2019 | 10:26 am

Mayo manager Peter Leahy felt his side deserved to win the TG4 Connacht Ladies SFC Final, but he expects another massive test against Galway in the replay.

What they said … the weekend in quotes

24 June 2019 | 9:51 am

"To be very honest about it, our eyes were just on the Leinster final. The dates, and who we're going to play, we'll have to look at that over the coming days. Tonight for us is all about the Leinster final, celebrating that."

Donegal's decade of dominance in Ulster

24 June 2019 | 9:24 am

In the last nine seasons, Donegal have doubled their haul of provincial titles from five to ten, with Michael Murphy captain every time.

Time almost up for pretenders still ironing out flaws

24 June 2019 | 6:31 am

There was an expectation that the fog gathered around the form guide for the last eight might begin to lift after the weekend's action. Instead, things remain unclear for many pretenders to Dublin's throne.

John Maughan: I wouldn’t mind drawing Mayo

24 June 2019 | 12:00 am

Kevin Egan When the qualifier draw is made this morning, it will be Offaly — the only remaining county in today’s draw that will play their league football outside the top two divisions next spring — that will be seen as the plum draw for most of the other seven.

Gavin happy with ruthless second-half Dublin display

23 June 2019 | 7:30 pm

Dublin manager Jim Gavin says that a Leinster title still means something to Dublin players after their 16 point win over Meath today at Croke Park secured a ninth provincial title in a row.

Mannion: We knew Meath would be physical with us

23 June 2019 | 5:56 pm

Paul Mannion says Dublin expected a strong physical challenge from Meath and insists provincial titles still mean a lot to the players after the Dubs secured their ninth Leinster crown in a row.