Mayo vs Kerry, All Ireland Football Championship Semi Final, Croke Park, Sunday August 24th 3.30pm.
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 September.
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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 [..]
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 [..]
5) Darren Gleeson ( Tipperary)
Its not to often that a Goalkeeper appears on the list (Dublin’s Alan Nolan the only one so far), even more so when his side wins by ten points but Gleeson is as deserving as any of his team mates after Sundays performance. First of all a keeper is there to stop shots and against Cork he produced three top clas [..]
A big thanks to Niall McNamee for taking the time to share with us some of his experiences on recovering from addiction. For more from the Offaly star, check out his blog at niallmcnamee.com.
Donie and the guys at Livegaelic.com have asked me to put a short blog together on my experience so far as a gambling addict in recovery and how it fits in [..]
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 this wee [..]
The wisdom of giving an opposition team a quote to get their teeth into before a big match is a commonly questioned thing, and it probably comes as a bit of a shock to see a man as noted a tactical thinker as Jim McGuinness engaging in just such a ploy ahead of the Donegal – Dublin All Ireland semi-final.
In an interview with the Irish Times [..]
Tipperary 2-18 vs 1-11 Cork, All-Ireland Hurling Championship Semi Final, Croke Park, August 17th 3.30pm.
Tipperary annihilated their Munster rivals Cork in a brilliant second half display to set up another final meeting with Kilkenny.
The Premier County hit 1-11 after half-time, as their forwards and midfielders combined beautifully to wipe [..]
Kevin McCloy woke up last night two days after collapsing during a club game, and immediately thought to ask “Who won the match?”
It must have been such an uplifting moment for those closet to him. McCloy was rushed to Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry city on Wednesday night, after his heart stopped during a Derry senior championship match betwee [..]
The Sunday Game’s video synopsis of the Kilkenny-Limerick epic last Sunday night has us all drooling ahead of tomorrow’s second semi-final clash.
It has been another fantastic summer of hurling, from the Wexford-Clare games up to last weekend’s game, and Cork-Tipperary has all the potential to light up Croke Park tomorrow afternoon aswell.
Kerryman Mike Griffin is to sell off the GAA shirt he had signed by a plethora of soccer legends during the World Cup, in aid of the ‘Cardiac Risk in the Young’ (CRY) charity.
Mike brought his Na Gaeil club jersey from Tralee along with him to Brazil during the summer. Among those famous soccer players, both past and present, to have signed it i [..]
Both Cork and Tipperary will both line out unchanged from their previous outings for Sunday’s All-Ireland hurling semi-final.
Jimmy Barry Murphy names the same starting 15 that beat Limerick in the Munster final five weeks ago. This means that Pa Cronin has recovered in time after fracturing his fibula in that game, and he captains the team fr [..]
We all know Simon Zebo as a fun-loving, outrageously gifted winger for Munster and Ireland, but like many of his rugby teammates, he played hurling and Gaelic football growing up.
Zebo features on tonight’s ‘Thank GAA It’s Friday’ programme on RTÉ Two at 8.30pm, and in it goes back to his local hurling club Blackrock in Cork city.
He pla [..]
With current Dublin hurling boss Anthony Daly’s future in the capital up in the air, his name has been mentioned as a possible forerunner for the Galway hurling post.
Anthony Cunningham’s three year tenure in charge of the Tribesmen is up, and according to Martin Brehony in the Irish Independent, Daly would be a prime candidate if his name [..]
Cork vs Tipperary, All-Ireland Hurling Championship 2014 Semi Final, Croke Park, 17 August, 3.30pm. (Live on RTÉ and Sky Sports)
Cork face Tipperary in the second of the All-Ireland hurling semi-finals this Sunday at GAA headquarters with the winners facing off with Brian Cody’s Kilkenny in the All-Ireland final on September 8th.
Cork come [..]
Former Derry captain Kevin McCloy collapsed during a club match last night.
The 35 year-old was playing for his club Lavey against Magherafelt at Owenbeg when the incident took place early into the game. It is believed that he lost his pulse for around three minutes, before being revived by those at the scene.
The stricken McCloy was taken [..]
They say lightning doesn’t strike twice, but in Tuam Stadium last Saturday evening, it almost did.
On Monday, we brought you the news that Michael Meehan had returned to action for his club Caltra in the Galway Football Championship. We also said that he had come within the width of a crossbar of emulating the he cannoned into the Cork net in [..]
Paul Grimley has stepped down as manager of the Armagh footballers in the wake of their quarter-final defeat to Donegal last weekend, with assistant Kieran McGeeney the clear favourite to replace him.
Grimley’s resignation was confirmed on the Armagh GAA website today. Grimley led his county on their most successful Championship run for years [..]
Every neutral in the country was shouting for Limerick last Sunday, and the fact that they came up desperately short of a famous win proved almost too much to take for Seamus Hickey.
The Limerick corner-back was outstanding, marking TJ Reid out of the game and bursting out of defence on numerous occasions. He was deservedly named Man of the Ma [..]