Crokes out to finish the job after landmark Cuala win
They've downed the back-to-back All-Ireland club champions but the job isn't quite done yet.
They've downed the back-to-back All-Ireland club champions but the job isn't quite done yet.
It was a season of ups and downs for Declan Bonner in his first year back in charge of Donegal.
One of the country's leading football referees has insisted match officials will "embrace" the new rules that are set to be trialled in football.
All-Ireland hurling final referee James Owens has revealed how being in the midst of high-profile...
Another year of the Kevin Walsh project down and more tangible progress for Galway's footballers.
The celebrations of the third senior county title in their history were just getting underway, but foremost in the minds of those connected to the St Peter's, Dunboyne was their clubmate Sean Cox, who faces long road to recovery after being attacked at a Liverpool match.
The Lenihan house in Dunboyne is in the midst of a sporting weekend less ordinary.
Around this time last year Brian Fenton made comments that seemed to suggest he was seeking pay-for-play.
When Dublin hurling captain Chris Crummey saw Pat Gilroy's name flash up on his phone last month, he braced himself.
The inter-county season may have ended but the business of the GAA never stops and over the past few weeks and months, the fundraising efforts of counties have cranked up a gear.
Rory Beggan grants a post-match interview but he's also in a hurry to get into Scotstown's...
It just loves getting in its own way, Gaelic football.
At the end there was some doubt about Scotstown's final tally. Having been stuck on 1-12 for much of the final quarter, the scoreboard was eventually updated to 1-13 to 0-13, falling in line with...
It was the GAA summer's 'look-away-now' moment.
Two of the chasing pack hoping to prevent Dublin's five-in-a-row have drawn up their battle lines with both Mayo and Kerry putting the finishing touches to their management teams.
There's almost a rhythm to them now, these Kerry retirements.
It was perhaps the most striking aspect of a weekend of club finals.
Simon Lambert is busy preparing for Sunday's Dublin SHC championship clash against Kilmacud Crokes but the Ballyboden St Enda's man has a dual purpose this weekend as he is gunning for a return to the county panel for 2019.
The room in Google's suitably flashy headquarters on Dublin's Barrow Street was filled to capacity.
The celebrations of the third senior county title in their history were just getting underway, but foremost in the minds of those connected to St Peter's, Dunboyne was their clubmate Sean Cox, who faces long road to recovery after being attacked at a Liverpool match.
The row that has engulfed Mayo ladies football looks to finally be at an end after an appeal from the county board against the leniency of the bans handed down to eight players from the Carnacon club was thrown out late last night.
The Limerick County Board have opted against staging their county SHC final under the floodlights at the Gaelic Grounds.
The coronation may have taken longer than expected but Peter Keane's appointment as the new Kerry senior football manager finally brought to an end just over two months of speculation in the wake of Eamonn Fitzmaurice's decision to step down.
Peter Keane was confirmed as the new Kerry senior football manager on a three-year term at a county board meeting in Tralee last night.
Cian Lynch understands now what 'getting carried away' really means.
If they want an example of how quickly things can slip away, then Seán Finn and his Limerick team-mates know they need only to look over the border to Clare.
After steering the county to a fifth All-Ireland minor title in a row, Peter Keane knew the question was coming.
The Evenings are closing in now and county championships are just starting to wind up.
Kerry have still to appoint a successor to Eamonn Fitzmaurice but the new man will be shorn of yet more experience after midfielder Anthony Maher announced his retirement from the inter-county game.
The evenings are closing in now and county championships are just starting to wind up.
London GAA chiefs are to launch an investigation to establish whether a defibrillator was working correctly when the city's hurling captain Brian Regan collapsed.
It's the Saturday night before the All-Ireland final and Aaron Gillane is just hours away from the biggest game of his life.
Seán Cavanagh's Moy club have expressed its "dismay" at the outcome of an investigation into an incident that left the former Tyrone captain with extensive facial injuries and concussion.
Perhaps, the most surprising aspect about the reaction of Kyle Hayes to JP McManus' €3.2m donation to GAA clubs is that he wasn't remotely surprised.
By Monday week the guessing game will be over. Kerry will present their new manager to the clubs and he will be ratified.
The Munster Council has refused to be drawn on Waterford chairman Paddy Joe Ryan's 'Fraher Field or forget it' declaration in relation to where the county will play their home games in the 2019 Munster SHC.
Kildare's Jimmy Hyland enjoyed a dream summer.
Sligo have a new football manager with former sharpshooter Paul Taylor taking the reins left vacant by the exit of Cathal Corey.
By his own admission, Philly McMahon isn't the most informed when it comes to GAA history, but in the context of what's going to come between now and Dublin's tilt at five in-a-row, maybe that's a good thing.
From James Horan's point of view, perhaps the timing of his nomination for the role as the next Mayo manager could have been better.
Former Kilkenny star Michael Fennelly believes club players are still "getting hammered" despite attempts to tighten up the intercounty schedule.
As the news broke that James Horan is officially in the running to be new Mayo boss, Andy Moran insists the squad had no influence on the departure of Stephen Rochford as manager.
Andy Moran knows it's about time he considered life after football. The only problem is that all he can see is a life of football.
Across the extensive tit-for-tat in Mayo ladies football over the last few weeks and months, there was at least some common ground in the two most recent instalments in the row in that both sides want to see an end to the impasse.
The row which has engulfed Mayo ladies football took a new turn yesterday as the Mayo LGFA issued a statement in which it outlined it is endorsing manager "Peter Leahy and his management team, as Mayo Senior Ladies management for the upcoming season and beyond."
The Dublin hurlers have been dealt a massive blow with the news that Pat Gilroy has stepped down from his role as manager. Dublin officials confirmed the news late last night with Gilroy citing work commitments as the reason for his decision.
Dublin's Ciaran Kilkenny miscued just one pass across the entire championship season, according to statistics released yesterday.
It's difficult to fathom it now but the 2011 Dublin minor squad that contained Ciaran Kilkenny, Jack McCaffrey, Eric Lowndes, Paul Mannion, John Small, Niall Scully and Cormac Costello weren't good enough to win an All-Ireland title that year.
Perhaps the bookmakers demonstrate better than anyone just how competitive this year’s All-Stars hurling team will be.
Perhaps the bookmakers demonstrate better than anyone just how competitive this year's All-Stars hurling team will be.
The good times keep rolling for Limerick after all 15 of their starting team from last month's All-Ireland final were nominated for an All-Star.
Louth chiefs hope to be able to put a timescale on when they can expect to be in their new home in Dundalk "in the next couple of weeks".
Kerry legend Eoin 'Bomber' Liston has paid Kieran Donaghy the ultimate tribute by insisting it's a "compliment" to be compared to the retiring Austin Stacks stalwart, who called time on his Kerry career after 14 seasons.
When Kerry's Tommy Griffin stepped off the stage he did so with little fuss.
When football for 2018 comes to an end, Jonny Cooper will happily throw his gear bag in the corner and leave it there until the call comes to go again.
A video emerged from inside the Dublin camp earlier this week. It showed manager Jim Gavin paying tribute to one of the great Dublin players of the 1970s, Anton O'Toole.
The full history and legacy of this Dublin football team has yet to be written but there can be no doubting their greatness.
It's coming up on 16 years on since Joe Kernan's biggest day in football. The memories are clear but they were polished up by the hurling final. The outpouring of emotion by Limerick supporters reminded him of the day Armagh finally climbed the summit in 2002.
Dean Rock won't lock himself away from the world in the build-up to the All-Ireland final this week but he won't be waving it in either.
Monaghan are in a minority of one in that they are the only side to beat Dublin in either league or championship this year.
Jim Gavin stands on the brink of a victory that would propel him deeper into the conversation about where he stands in terms of the all-time great GAA managers.
Paddy Tally was officially ratified as the new manager of the Down senior footballers last night.
Mayo defender Chris Barrett insists they will be competitive again next year.
Tipperary captain Colin English admits his side are on the hunt for "redemption" in Sunday's Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U-21 final clash with Cork in Limerick's Gaelic Grounds.
As massive outsiders, Joe McMahon reckons Tyrone can just take their chance on Sunday week and see where it takes them.
The Carnacon club are in the process of preparing their appeal to the Connacht Council after their expulsion from Mayo league and championship competitions by the county board.
The Carnacon club in Mayo have vowed to fight their expulsion from the county's league and championship "all the way" after they were booted out of the competitions at a county board meeting on Tuesday night.
Monaghan star Conor McManus has called on the Farney squad and management team to return en masse for another shot at glory in 2019.
When Colm Cavanagh looks around the Tyrone dressing room in Croke Park on Sunday week, he'll know he's the last man standing.
At the end of the 2017 season with Clare, Peter Duggan was wondering if it was all worthwhile.
It was hardly a bolt from the blue. Yesterday's statement from RTE only confirmed what was expected: That the status quo would be maintained and Tyrone's row with RTE, which has rumbled on for seven years now, would continue in the build-up to football's showpiece event on Sunday week.
Perhaps fittingly, the rain started to fall outside just as the Galway players emerged into the lobby of their hotel.
Things have come 180 degrees for Padraic Mannion.
Galway go in search of their third All-Ireland minor hurling title in four seasons under Jeffrey Lynskey tomorrow but for the manager, it's more important where they go to after they graduate from his care.
The conventional wisdom insists that defending champions have to find something new if they are to retain their crown.
Former Limerick hero Ollie Moran believes the decision on whether to start Shane Dowling or hold him in reserve is one of the most critical facing Treaty manager John Kiely this week.
It's early May 1987 in the Bronx in New York City.
Moments of clarity can strike at the most unexpected time.
If there's a glass-half-full version of Mayo's 2018 season, it's that they'll have fresher legs and energised bodies next time around.
Former Galway captain David Collins has warned that the Tribesmen can't afford to fade out against Limerick in Sunday's eagerly-anticipated All-Ireland final in Croke Park.
At one point in his recovery from a knee injury, Jack McCaffrey found himself wondering if it would ever come right.
At some stage over the next few weeks, Kevin Walsh will sit down and analyse Galway's year.
Galway manager Kevin Walsh insists it's "up to everyone else to close the gap" to four-in-a-row chasing Dublin after watching his team go down by nine points in yesterday's All-Ireland semi-final clash at a dreary Croke Park.
Galway manager Kevin Walsh insists it’s 'up to everyone else to close the gap' to four in a row chasing Dublin after watching his side go down by nine points in their All-Ireland semi-final clash.
Galway senior and minor hurling managers Micheál Donoghue and Jeffrey Lynskey are the latest inter-county bosses to confirm they have received 'poison pen' letters.
Galway minor hurling manager Jeffrey Lynskey has revealed that he recently considered contacting gardaí after a member of the Galway county board was verbally abused over a decision Lynskey had made.
Whoever the new Tipperary manager will be, it won't be Richie Stakelum.
William Maher is the clear favourite with the bookmakers to succeed Michael Ryan as the next Tipperary senior hurling manager.
Former Dublin hurler Niall Corcoran believes Anthony Daly would jump at the chance to manage Clare once again.
Tipperary U-21 star Mark Kehoe has vowed that his side will put in a better performance in tonight's Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U-21 championship semi-final clash with Galway than they did in their last outing in the Munster final.
Galway's Fintan Burke has warned his team-mates to expect a backlash in tomorrow's Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U-21 semi-final clash with Tipperary.
Monaghan star Ryan McAnespie has hailed the support of the Farney Army after they prevailed in Salthill's Pearse Stadium and qualified for their first All-Ireland semi-final since 1988.
Andy McEntee has dropped the broadest hint yet that he will remain at the helm of the Meath senior football team for a third season.
It was very much business as usual for Jim Gavin in his post-match media briefing in the bowels of the Hogan Stand.
A Dublin team shorn of a host of regulars demolished Roscommon in their final ‘Super 8s' game in front of an official attendance of 33,240 in Croke Park.
Kildare U-20 manager Davy Burke admits there were times this year when he wondered whether he was getting things right.
Back in June, the Tipperary executive looked like they had beaten down the flames before they could really take hold.
Wexford's Conor Firman believes the squad want Davy Fitzgerald to return as manager for a third season.
Out of the frying pan and into the fire. There has scarcely been time for Mark Coleman to draw breath following last Sunday's All-Ireland SHC semi-final defeat at the hands of Limerick. That's because, on Saturday, he'll brace himself and go again as the Rebels take on Wexford in a Bord Gáis Energy All-Ireland U-21 semi-final.
It's very straight forward for Monaghan when they travel to Salthill to face Galway in the final round of 'Super 8s' matches.
Tipperary star Noel McGrath believes hurling is in rude health and the 2018 season has shown that there are "eight or nine" teams capable of winning an All-Ireland in 2019 on current form.
As ever, Kerry's football public expects. On Saturday in Fitzgerald Stadium, their prized footballers take on Kildare in the final round of the 'Super 8s'.
Former Cork star Diarmuid O'Sullivan believes the Rebels' substitutions "upset the balance and rhythm" of the team.
At half-time in extra-time, the song 'Raindrops keep falling on my head' rang out over Croke Park. Save for the fact that it was raining, it was totally incongruous with the scene.
When Cork retained their Munster title earlier in the summer, they would have been entitled to cut loose and celebrate their success.
The dynamic has changed a little. It's not too long ago since Cork hurling manager John Meyler and his selector Donal O'Mahony would meet to discuss John's son David at parent-teacher meetings.
Cork captain Seamus Harnedy has emerged as a late injury doubt for Sunday's All-Ireland SHC semi-final meeting with Munster rivals Limerick.
Colin Walshe brands it as a "sickener".
With no media event this week, Galway have done their best to keep a low profile ahead of Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final against Clare.
Longford are searching for a new football manager after Denis Connerton brought his three-year term to an end last night.
Dublin defender John Small insists there will be no let up in their final 'Super 8s' game against Roscommon on Sunday week.
Former Kilkenny star Jackie Tyrrell remembers being assigned to mark Galway giant Johnny Glynn.
John Meyler isn't trying to hide from it.
When the history of this great Dublin team comes to be written, a three-point win in Omagh is unlikely to be hard on the ink.
Sky Sports have flatly denied Tyrone manager Mickey Harte's claim that they requested that the pitch in Healy Park in Omagh be narrowed to accommodate extra equipment.