Preview: Mayo-Kerry Mark 2, more of the same please

Mayo vs Kerry, All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final Replay, Gaelic Grounds Limerick, August 30th 5pm. (Live on RTÉ and Sky Sports) In the movie world, sequels aren’t often as good as the original. On Saturday evening though, we’re all hoping that Mayo and Kerry go at one anoth [..]

Preview: Mayo-Kerry Mark 2, more of the same please

Mayo vs Kerry, All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi [..]

Video: Penn State set to storm Croker

With all the controversy about the All-Ireland semi-fina [..]

Preview: Clash of styles makes for intriguing viewing

Dublin vs Donegal, All-Ireland Football Championship Semi-Fi [..]

Kerry and Mayo unchanged

Both Eamonn Fitzmaurice and James Horan have kept faith with [..]

Video: Penn State set to storm Croker

With all the controversy about the All-Ireland semi-final having to move to accommodate the 'Croke Park Classic 2014', there probably hasn't been enough of an effort made to actually explain what is taking place at GAA HQ on Saturday. The Penn State Nittany Lions will take on the University o [..]

Preview: Mayo-Kerry Mark 2, more of the same please

Mayo vs Kerry, All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi [..]

Video: Penn State set to storm Croker

With all the controversy about the All-Ireland semi-fina [..]

Preview: Clash of styles makes for intriguing viewing

Dublin vs Donegal, All-Ireland Football Championship Semi-Fi [..]

Kerry and Mayo unchanged

Both Eamonn Fitzmaurice and James Horan have kept faith with [..]

Preview: Clash of styles makes for intriguing viewing

Dublin vs Donegal, All-Ireland Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Sunday August 31st, 3.30pm. (Live on RTÉ and Sky Sports) This championship has been regarded as quite open, even though the four teams everybody expected to get to the semi-finals got there. Dublin and Donegal is po [..]

Preview: Mayo-Kerry Mark 2, more of the same please

Mayo vs Kerry, All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi [..]

Video: Penn State set to storm Croker

With all the controversy about the All-Ireland semi-fina [..]

Preview: Clash of styles makes for intriguing viewing

Dublin vs Donegal, All-Ireland Football Championship Semi-Fi [..]

Kerry and Mayo unchanged

Both Eamonn Fitzmaurice and James Horan have kept faith with [..]

Kerry and Mayo unchanged

Both Eamonn Fitzmaurice and James Horan have kept faith with the same teams that started last weekend's drawn All-Ireland semi-final. Fitzmaurice and his backroom team haven't made room for a place for Kieran Donaghy, despite the telling impact the big man made late in the drawn fixture. Despite [..]

Preview: Mayo-Kerry Mark 2, more of the same please

Mayo vs Kerry, All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi [..]

Video: Penn State set to storm Croker

With all the controversy about the All-Ireland semi-fina [..]

Preview: Clash of styles makes for intriguing viewing

Dublin vs Donegal, All-Ireland Football Championship Semi-Fi [..]

Kerry and Mayo unchanged

Both Eamonn Fitzmaurice and James Horan have kept faith with [..]

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Mayo vs Kerry, All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Semi-Final Replay, Gaelic Grounds Limerick, August 30th 5pm. (Live on RTÉ and Sky Sports)

In the movie world, sequels aren’t often as good as the original. On Saturday evening though, we’re all hoping that Mayo and Kerry go at one another at break neck speed once again.

The second h [..]

29 Aug

With all the controversy about the All-Ireland semi-final having to move to accommodate the ‘Croke Park Classic 2014′, there probably hasn’t been enough of an effort made to actually explain what is taking place at GAA HQ on Saturday.

The Penn State Nittany Lions will take on the University of Central Florida (UCF) Knights in the season open [..]

Dublin vs Donegal, All-Ireland Football Championship Semi-Final, Croke Park, Sunday August 31st, 3.30pm. (Live on RTÉ and Sky Sports)

This championship has been regarded as quite open, even though the four teams everybody expected to get to the semi-finals got there.

Dublin and Donegal is possibly the easier of the two semi-finals to call m [..]

29 Aug

Kerry and Mayo unchanged

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Posted by LiveGaelic in News | Aug 2014

Both Eamonn Fitzmaurice and James Horan have kept faith with the same teams that started last weekend’s drawn All-Ireland semi-final.

Fitzmaurice and his backroom team haven’t made room for a place for Kieran Donaghy, despite the telling impact the big man made late in the drawn fixture. Despite an injury worry to Stephen O’Brien, the Kenmare cl [..]

A fantastic day devoted to Gaelic football is in store at Senechalstown GAA club in County Meath tomorrow at the ‘Festival of Football’.

Former Meath star, Senechalstown clubman and friend of LiveGaelic’s, Joe Sheridan has been the main instigator behind the event. It begins at 10.30 am tomorrow, and all concerned couldn’t have hoped for a bet [..]

28 Aug

Mayo fans have been given plenty of fodder to complain out about this week having to travel to Limerick for the replay with Kerry, but the GAA’s Central Hearing Committee supplied them with some positive news by rescinding Lee Keegan’s red card last night. 

The Mayo management team had delayed announcing their starting team until the outcome [..]

Armagh’s Championship run ended in agonising defeat to Donegal a couple of weeks ago, but for Kyle Carragher and many of his teammates, the summer of 2014 was a campaign to be remembered positively.

With Kieran McGeeney announced as Armagh manager for the next five years, things are looking ripe in the Orchard county. Crossmaglen man Carragher [..]

Ever think to yourself what Stephen Cluxton says when a ball goes over the bar, or what underhand tactics a defender uses to try and stop Seamus Callanan?

Well if GAA umpires were to have a camera headpiece attached to their head like their cousins in the AFL now have, it would provide those watching our national games with a unique view on what [..]

Long-serving Wicklow county hurler Jim Connors was unfortunately diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease last year.

In order to raise funds for research into MND the lads have rallied around and got on the Ice Bucket Challenge bandwagon. With Dessie Farrell set to take part for this great cause, the challenge is out to Marty Morrissey and Henry S [..]

Jim McGuinness and his counterpart Jim Gavin are giving nothing away in the verbal sparring ahead of their eagerly anticipated clash at the weekend.

Both managers have been busy talking up the qualities and strengths of the opposing line-ups this week. Of course, these two master tacticians are also well aware of any perceived weaknesses the o [..]

26 Aug

St Jude’s GAA, a Southern England based Gaelic Football team which brings the Irish spirit of the GAA to Southampton and Bournemouth.

The team regularly trains at traditional pitches, but every so often when summer hits, they take the opportunity to train on the beach.

Follow us them Twitter and Facebook for training schedules and regular [..]

26 Aug

Top Five Performers of the Week in Football

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Posted by John Kelly in News | Aug 2014

5) Killian Spillane ( Kerry )
Kerry minors ended the reign of Mayo as All Ireland champions on Sunday in Croke Park. It was a good team performance from the young Kerrymen. Killian Spillane gets the nod however as the full forwards finished with 0-6 over the hour, including 0-2 from play. A member of the famous Spillane Family, Killian proves th [..]

While the debates rage on about whether Lee Keegan should have been sent off, and why the replay isn’t fixed for Saturday week in Croke Park, it may be prudent to take a different look back at what went on at GAA HQ on Sunday.

It was GAA Inclusion Day, and groups such as Irish Autism Action were in attendance. Keith Duffy’s daughter is autistic, [..]

Kieran O’Leary can be expecting a pint from former Waterford football manager Niall Carew next time he sees him, after the Kerryman’s late equaliser yesterday helped net him €170,000.

Kildare native Carew cleaned out Boylesports bookmakers with his winnings. Sports editor of the Irish Examiner Tony Leen was the first on the ball to break the n [..]

Dtwo on Harcourt Street is the place to be every weekend for all things GAA!

The Bar, Garden and Nightclub show all the games live on their 20 screens including the Monster 20 foot screen in the beer garden.

Drinks promos will be available next wee [..]

Mayo 1-16 vs 1-16 Kerry, All Ireland Football Championship Semi Final, Croke Park, Sunday August 24th 3.30pm.

It had just about everything, and in the end a draw was maybe the fairest result.

There were wonderful scores, shuddering hits, awesome comebacks, a red card and a penalty in the game of the Championship so far. Both Mayo and Kerry ha [..]

22 Aug

Mayo vs Kerry, All Ireland Football Championship Semi Final, Croke Park, Sunday August 24th 3.30pm. (Live on RTÉ and Sky Sports)

The eagerly anticipated meeting of Kerry and Mayo takes place in GAA headquarters this Sunday, with the winners taking their place in the All-Ireland final against either Dublin or Donegal on the third Sunday of Septe [..]

In an era of media bans and teams spending more time doing PR training than running laps, our friends in D|Two Nightclub on Harcourt Street in Dublin have a rare treat in store for GAA fans.

Just a week or so out from an intriguing reprise of one of the most seminal games in GAA history – the 2011 All Ireland semi-final against Dublin – the Done [..]

Chairman of the National Referees Committee Pat McEnaney has said that Gaelic football officials are not handing out black cards when they are warranted.

The former Monaghan referee told the Irish Examiner that deliberate pull-downs especially are not being picked up on. McEnaney has no issue with how his officials are dealing with bodychecks a [..]

20 Aug

 
Marty Clarke’s future unclear
The Down native is currently plying his trade with Collingwood in the AFL, but will be Northern Ireland in October to marry his fiancee Anna O’Reilly. The speculation in recent weeks has been that Clarke will return to play with the Mourne men once again.

However, his brother John, urged caution when spea [..]

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