Liam Sheedy sees bright Tipp future

Liam Sheedy doesn’t believe there is any psychological need for Tipperary to beat Clare in this Saturday evening’s Division 1A Round 1 game.

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Seamus Callanan named Tipperary hurling captain for 2019

Seamus Callanan has been confirmed as the new Tipperary hurling captain for 2019.

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Cork defender Kevin Crowley ruled out of Division 2 opener

Kevin Crowley has been ruled out of Cork’s Division 2 opener away to Fermanagh this weekend.

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Tyrone 's Gemma Begley retires from inter-county scene

Former Tyrone captain Gemma Begley has confirmed her retirement from inter-county football at the age of 33.

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Maria Kinsella selected as head of Women's Gaelic Players Association

Carlow footballer Maria Kinsella is the new chairperson of the Women's Gaelic Players Association (WGPA), taking over the reins from founding member Aoife Lane.

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Do people want the GAA to actually give them money at the gate? - Dick Clerkin defends rise in ticket prices

Former Monaghan star Dick Clerkin insists the GAA provides great value for money.

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Cooper: Why should Cork turn noses up at Munster?

The morning after last July’s All-Ireland semi-final defeat, Diarmuid O’Sullivan questioned Cork management’s use of substitutes against Limerick. ...

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Horan hopeful Páirc Uí Chaoimh overrun is less than feared

GAA president John Horan has revealed that the final cost of Páirc Uí Chaoimh’s redevelopment is highly unlikely to run to €110m, a figure ...

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Fanning hits out at double standards over player welfare

Waterford manager Paraic Fanning has questioned the GAA’s stance on player welfare in light of the competition’s intense schedule.

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Kingston: Crazy demands on inter-county players

UCC Fitzgibbon Cup manager Tom Kingston has described the demands on inter-county players as “crazy”, hitting out at a fixtures schedule which will see ...

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Munster needs Cork to revive football in province, says provincial chief

Kerry’s dominance of Munster football has seen the province’s championships lose their spark, accepts Munster Council CEO Kieran Leddy.

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'I said we would do more for the clubs' - GAA President ticket price hike

Saturday's Central Council meeting confirmed a number of ticket price hikes with a stand ticket for the All-Ireland senior football and hurling finals to rise by ...

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Cairde Chorcaí will spend on grassroots to remedy Cork's low coaching ratio

The next step for Cairde Chorcaí is the building of a global network of supporters to boost investment in Cork GAA at elite and grassroots level.

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Cork searching for new U20 football boss as Gene O’Driscoll resigns

Cork GAA officials are on the hunt for a new U20 football manager following the resignation of Gene O’Driscoll.

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Sarah Rowe wins rave reviews in AFLW pre-season game

Sarah Rowe showed that she can transfer her football skills to Aussie rules with a brilliant display for AFLW side Collingwood in a narrow pre-season defeat to champions ...

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Connacht Council CEO Prenty in favour of Croker ground control

Control over county ground development projects should be taken away from county board officers and handed over to Croke Park, according to Connacht Council CEO ...

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GAA chiefs defend ticket price rise as handpass rule binned

Statistics that illustrated backward kick-passes were not as prevalent as has been perceived weren’t enough to save the experimental handpass rule on Saturday. ...

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Managers unite in delight as handpass axed

There wasn’t much harmony between Tyrone and Armagh, who breathed new life into an old rivalry during a fiery Dr McKenna Cup final on Saturday night, yet afterwards ...

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Fitzgibbon injury worry as Charleville head for Croker

Afterwards the small crowd spilled down out of the stands in Thurles to embrace their clubmates, friends and family members. The day was wintry and the ground underfoot ...

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Joe Canning’s 0-13 unlucky for Wexford as Galway claim Walsh Cup

Joe Canning hit 0-13 as Galway defeated Wexford in this tempestuous Walsh Cup senior hurling final at Enniscorty on Saturday.

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Laboratory conditions right for Clare to win league

When we won the All-Ireland with Clare in 1995, the following year’s league kicked off that October. The celebrations obviously took their toll early in the ...

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WATCH: Dr Con Murphy happy to see former players and county board come together as one group

Long-serving Cork GAA medic Dr Con Murphy noted the symbolism of the gala tribute night in his honour in Cork’s City Hall last Saturday night, hoping it signals ...

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Durcan steers Ulster University to Sigerson Cup victory over gutsy Tralee

An upset looked very much on the cards when IT Tralee held a three points over Ulster University early in the second half of this Sigerson Cup Rd; 1 game played ...

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Limerick star Gillane shines as Mary Immaculate earn victory over DIT

Limerick senior star Aaron Gillane’s outstanding tally of 1-15 helped Mary Immaculate to record a hard-earned victory over DIT in Group D of the Fitzgibbon ...

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Cork and Kilkenny pushed all the way in Camogie League openers

ALL-IRELAND champions Cork survived an extremely stern examination from Tipperary at The Ragg.

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Easkey to face Beaufort in All-Ireland Junior final

WING-back James Lindsay's 44th minute goal catapulted west Sligo's Easkey to a Croke Park date with Kerry outfit Beaufort next month.

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Trinity shock Garda College for famous win

Trinity College Dublin shocked a fancied Garda College Templemore in a rousing Fitzgibbon Cup round one tie at Borrisoleigh that ended on a sour note with a player ...

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Naomh Éanna advance to intermediate final after stylish display against An Spidéal

After becoming the first club from Antrim to clinch the Ulster intermediate title Naomh Éanna reached another milestone following this stylish display in ...

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14-man Kilcummin secure thrilling win over Two Mile House in All-Ireland semi-final

Kilcummin advanced to the All-Intermediate Club football final following a thrilling 0-11 to 0-10 win over Two Mile House at the Gaelic Grounds.

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Roscommon boss Anthony Cunningham downplays Connacht League victory

A win over his native county delivered immediate silverware to Anthony Cunningham, but he insisted their FBD League final win over Galway was just a box ticking ...

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DCU make hard work of WIT test

Last years’ beaten Fitzgibbon Cup finalists DCU Dóchas Éireann had to grind out a two-point victory over a battling home side at Carriganore, ...

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Niall Burke leads Oranmore-Maree into All-Ireland final against Charleville

Niall Burke finished with 11 points as Oranmore-Maree saw off the challenge of St gall's in today's All-Ireland Club Intermediate Hurling Championship semi-final ...

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UCC put reigning Fitzgibbon champions UL in danger of missing out in group of death

Reigning Fitzgibbon Cup champions UL have a job on their hands to emerge from the group of death after losing their opening fixture to UCC this afternoon.

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UCD grab a draw against NUIG in entertaining Fitzgibbon Cup encounter

UCD were indebted to a brace of late frees from Ronan Hayes as they recued a share of the spoils with NUIG after their entertaining Fitzgibbon Cup Group A encounter ...

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Dunnamaggin edge out Cloughduv in extra-time to earn All-Ireland date

Extra time was required today at the Fraher Field in Dungarvan before Dunnamaggin booked their place in the AIB All Ireland club junior hurling championship final. ...

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Beaufort continue proud Kerry tradition in All-Ireland Junior semi-final

They're the 11th Kingdom team to reach the decider since the competition’s inception in 2002.

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Roscommon end pre-season on a high with Connacht League victory

Eight Donie Smith points gave Roscommon their fifth FBD Connacht football league title and sends them into next Saturday’s NFL Division 1 opener against Mayo on ...

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Tyrone regain McKenna Cup against 13-man Armagh

The game was played without the controversial hand-pass rule which had just hours earlier been ditched by Central Council, and Sunday’s FBD Connacht League ...

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Cagney’s goal sees Charleville past Graigue-Ballycallan and into All-Ireland final

Andrew Cagney’s goal entering the final quarter of the game was the crucial score as Charleville edged out Graigue-Ballycallan in this All-Ireland intermediate ...

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Thurles CBS march on to semi-finals of Harty Cup

After 160 minutes of hurling, plus injury-time, across two days it's the hurlers of Thurles CBS who march on to the semi-finals of the Harty Cup.

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Experimental hand-pass rule scrapped by GAA Central Council

The hand-pass restriction will not be trialled in the forthcoming Allianz Football League.

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Dr Con Murphy has been 'a doctor, coach, selector, father figure, and friend' to Cork and UCC GAA

A doctor, coach, selector, counsellor, psychologist, entertainment officer, father figure and friend. Dr Con Murphy has been all that and more to Cork and UCC GAA ...

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Cáirde Chorcaí chairman says testimonial monies not for debt

Cáirde Chorcaí chairman Ted Owens has reiterated that the proceedings from this evening’s testimonial for Dr Con Murphy will not be used to service ...

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Charleville Ben O’Connor’s magic transfers to the sideline

Early in the conversation with Ben O’Connor the name of an old jousting partner pops up.

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Waterford chief Ryan hits out at GAA for treatment of county

Waterford chairman Pat Joe Ryan has expressed disappointment at how GAA chiefs treated the county following their breach of training camp protocols.

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Former All-Ireland final ref Kinsella claims handpass limit has backfired

Former All-Ireland SFC final referee Eddie Kinsella admits he’s relieved not to still be on the inter-county scene due to the hand-pass limit.

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Cork's Amy O’Connor still shattering glass ceilings

Amy O’Connor’s criticism of camogie’s rules and tactics is a breath of fresh air in a sporting climate where so many stars now spout vanilla.

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‘We had a session on Stephen’s Day at 9.30am’

An All-Ireland final appearance next month in Croke Park is the prize on offer as Cloughduv face Dunnamaggin in tomorrow’s junior hurling club championship ...

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Injury woes may force Keane to blood Kerry young guns

New manager Peter Keane said yesterday that if Kerry suffer any further player injuries or withdrawals in advance of Sunday week’s league opener against Tyrone, ...

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