Top 5 Performers of the Week in Football

5) Jamie Clarke (Armagh) Jamie Clarke deservedly takes his place in this week list having played his part in Saturday’s victory over Roscommon. It was hugely important for Armagh football to win this game having knocked out Tyrone the previous week and Clarke was once again his usual live wi [..]

Top 5 Performers of the Week in Football

5) Jamie Clarke (Armagh) Jamie Clarke deservedly takes hi [..]

The Top 5 Performers of the Week in Hurling

5) Aaron Cunningham (Clare U 21s) Clare are still on cour [..]

Talking Point - 3 Things from the Weekend

Dubs are dominant once again It has been said so many tim [..]

LGFA Championship 2014: Provincial Deciders Round Up

A number of Provincial titles have been claimed in recent we [..]

The Top 5 Performers of the Week in Hurling

5) Aaron Cunningham (Clare U 21s) Clare are still on course for a three in a row of All Ireland title’s after Wednesday night’s win over Tipperary. With the game going to extra time, Clare needed all of the senior panel members to step up to the plate and that they certainly did. Seadna Morey [..]

Top 5 Performers of the Week in Football

5) Jamie Clarke (Armagh) Jamie Clarke deservedly takes hi [..]

The Top 5 Performers of the Week in Hurling

5) Aaron Cunningham (Clare U 21s) Clare are still on cour [..]

Talking Point - 3 Things from the Weekend

Dubs are dominant once again It has been said so many tim [..]

LGFA Championship 2014: Provincial Deciders Round Up

A number of Provincial titles have been claimed in recent we [..]

Talking Point – 3 Things from the Weekend

Dubs are dominant once again It has been said so many times but it’s true. Dublin are completely dominant in Leinster and there is no one anywhere near their standard. Unfortunately it feels like Dublin’s championship doesn’t start until they reach the quarter finals of the All-Ireland s [..]

Top 5 Performers of the Week in Football

5) Jamie Clarke (Armagh) Jamie Clarke deservedly takes hi [..]

The Top 5 Performers of the Week in Hurling

5) Aaron Cunningham (Clare U 21s) Clare are still on cour [..]

Talking Point - 3 Things from the Weekend

Dubs are dominant once again It has been said so many tim [..]

LGFA Championship 2014: Provincial Deciders Round Up

A number of Provincial titles have been claimed in recent we [..]

LGFA Championship 2014: Provincial Deciders Round Up

A number of Provincial titles have been claimed in recent weeks in conjunction with the official launch of the LGFA 2014 championship in Croke Park. Leinster Senior Final Dublin 6-21 Laois 0-04 Dublin reasserted their dominance in the Senior Leinster Championship with a comprehensive demolit [..]

Top 5 Performers of the Week in Football

5) Jamie Clarke (Armagh) Jamie Clarke deservedly takes hi [..]

The Top 5 Performers of the Week in Hurling

5) Aaron Cunningham (Clare U 21s) Clare are still on cour [..]

Talking Point - 3 Things from the Weekend

Dubs are dominant once again It has been said so many tim [..]

LGFA Championship 2014: Provincial Deciders Round Up

A number of Provincial titles have been claimed in recent we [..]

21 Jul

Top 5 Performers of the Week in Football

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Posted by John Kelly in News | Jul 2014

5) Jamie Clarke (Armagh)

Jamie Clarke deservedly takes his place in this week list having played his part in Saturday’s victory over Roscommon.

It was hugely important for Armagh football to win this game having knocked out Tyrone the previous week and Clarke was once again his usual live wire self up front for The Orchard men.

Armagh ha [..]

21 Jul

The Top 5 Performers of the Week in Hurling

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Posted by John Kelly in News | Jul 2014

5) Aaron Cunningham (Clare U 21s)

Clare are still on course for a three in a row of All Ireland title’s after Wednesday night’s win over Tipperary. With the game going to extra time, Clare needed all of the senior panel members to step up to the plate and that they certainly did. Seadna Morey, Tony Kelly, Colm Galvin all having impressive ou [..]

Dubs are dominant once again

It has been said so many times but it’s true. Dublin are completely dominant in Leinster and there is no one anywhere near their standard.

Unfortunately it feels like Dublin’s championship doesn’t start until they reach the quarter finals of the All-Ireland series. It’s quite a shame that the Leinster cham [..]

A number of Provincial titles have been claimed in recent weeks in conjunction with the official launch of the LGFA 2014 championship in Croke Park.

Leinster Senior Final
Dublin 6-21 Laois 0-04
Dublin reasserted their dominance in the Senior Leinster Championship with a comprehensive demolition at the expense of Laois. The midlanders undoub [..]

Paul Flynn you absolute gentleman!

The All Star wing-forward helped the Dubs breeze past the challenge of Meath in Sunday’s Leinster SFC and he made sure the players took some time out to celebrate with one special fan after the final whistle.

In case you don’t know her story, five year-old Molly McNally was diagnosed with neuroblastoma l [..]

Some footage has emerged of the alleged biting incident yesterday in Croke Park.

A melee initially broke out towards the end of the game with Meath appearing from these images the culprits for initiating it.

In the video, Meath substitute Mickey Burke can be seen dragging Eoghan O’Gara to the ground while three other Royals stood over him. B [..]

The Meath County Board have this morning confirmed that Mickey Burke was taken to Navan Hospital as a precaution after allegedly being bitten by Eoghan O’Gara in yesterday’s Leinster SFC final.

Meath boss Mick O’Dowd confirmed to the press after yesterday’s Leinster SFC final that the substitute suffered a bite on the finger during the Royals’ d [..]

21 Jul

Wexford TV’s Tom Dempsey caught up with Rachel Wyse of Sky Sports following Wexford’s narrow defeat of Waterford in the All-Ireland SHC qualifiers.

The Sky Sports anchor was extremely impressed with the standard of hurling on offer and she added that it really showed the public in the UK just how exciting the game is.

Have a look at the f [..]

Donegal 0-15 vs Monaghan 1-9, All-Ireland Football Championship Ulster Final, Clones, Sunday July 20th 4pm.

Donegal claimed their third Ulster title in four years, and just their eighth overall, after a hard-fought victory over rivals Monaghan in Clones this afternoon.

Donegal had lost to the Farney men in last year’s Ulster decider, as well [..]

Clare 0-12 vs 0-13 Kildare, All-Ireland Football Championship Qualifier Round 3B, Cusack Park Ennis, Saturday July 19th 7pm.

Kildare produced a final quarter burst for the second week in succession to make it into the last round of the Qualifiers.

Clare were dominant for large phases in Cusack Park this evening, and defeat was harsh on them i [..]

Wexford 3-15 vs 2-15 Waterford, All-Ireland Hurling Championship Round 2, Nowlan Park Kilkenny, Saturday July 19th 7pm.

Wexford really have lit up this summer’s All-Ireland Hurling Championship over the last three weeks, backing up their gripping win over Clare last weekend with yet another excitingly, tight victory over neighbours Waterford t [..]

After a successful weekend last time out thanks to the Cork hurlers and Tipperary footballers, we’re straight back into the action this weekend with another couple of nice prices for you to get your teeth into.

Bets of the Weekend
Roscommon vs Armagh
A quick “about-face” on our part this weekend having advised against Armagh in their qualifier [..]

Every day we round up the best 140-character quips from GAA players, past and present, around the country. See all the tweets below and follow @GAAlive on Twitter for more.

4. MJ Tierney has gone a bit overboard in using emoticons these days!

Has anyone else started using the monkey emoticon actions in real life conversations? #justmethe [..]

Functional Training Ireland’s Alan Kenny completed his honours degree in exercise & health studies in 2010. Alan then pursued an MSc in Exercise Nutrition Science from the University of Chester which he completed in 2012. Alan is also a certified strength & conditioning specialist (NSCA). He is also the current Kildare and Longford GAA nutritionist [..]

Donegal boss Jim McGuinness has made two changes to his side for their Ulster SFC final clash with Monaghan on Sunday.

Although there are plenty of positional switches, Neil Gallagher and Darach O’Connor are the two who miss out on starting places.

They are replaced by Martin McElhinney and Rory Kavanagh, who returns after injury, respective [..]

Four Tyrone players have headed to America to play football for the remainder of the summer following their shock three point defeat to rivals Armagh in the All-Ireland qualifiers.

Niall Morgan, Ciaran McGinley, Ronan McNamee and Patrick McNeice have all packed their bags and headed Stateside just days after they were knocked out of the champion [..]

The draw for the AIB Leinster Club Senior Football and Hurling Championships have been made at last night’s meeting of Comhairle Laighean CLG.

The dates have also been confirmed. Have a look at the full list of fixtures below

AIB Leinster Club Senior Hurling Championship 2014

Hurling Fixtures

1. ATH CLIATH [..]

Kildare have named the same fifteen who defeated Down to start against Clare in Round 3B of the All-Ireland qualifiers on Saturday night.

Lilywhites boss Jason Ryan has chosen to continue with an unchanged side following their impressive ten point victory in Newry. This weekend will mark the first ever game between these sides in the championshi [..]

The Meath team has been announced ahead of Sunday’s Leinster SFC final against Dublin.

Corner forward Michael Newman is fit to take his place at corner-forward, having missed the impressive semi-final victory over Kildare. He replaces Dalton McDonagh, while Damien Carroll switches from wing-back to wing-forward, with Donnacha Tobin moving in the [..]

18 Jul

GAA Daily News

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Posted by Lucy Woolford in News | Jul 2014

GAA Daily News
McGrath would love to face native Dublin

Although Clare’s Shane McGrath was born in Dublin, he says that he’d love the opportunity to play against them and says they’re the team to beat.

He once dreamed of playing for Dublin but says he is happy with his decision to play for Clare and follow in the footsteps of his father. [..]

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