GAA tweets of the week

Bon Voyage Peter Acheson...

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"All-Ireland semi-finals are there to be won. We all have enough experience of playing epic finals and one thing or another so we are just content with getting to the final at this moment."

Murphy in fresh injury setback

Michael Murphy could be set for a spell on the sidelines after sustaining a knee injury in a club game at the weekend.

All-Ireland MFC: Tribesmen book final ticket

Galway booked their place in this year's All-Ireland MFC final with a deserved 2-12 to 1-11 semi-final victory over Donegal in Croke Park today.

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker

With a precious place in the 2016 All-Ireland SFC final up for grabs, Mayo and Tipperary formed a novel semi-final pairing at Croke Park.

Barrett wants Donegal 'to do Ulster proud'

Donegal manager Sean Paul Barrett believes the standard of this year's Ulster minor football championship can stand to his side against Galway.

"Kerry have been able to saunter into an All-Ireland semi-final for years"

Former Down star Conor Deegan says it's high time the football championship structure was revamped.

McGuinness tips Mayo

Jim McGuinness says Mayo are "as well-placed as any of them" to win this year's All-Ireland.

HS hurling team of the week

Outstanding individual performances were in plentiful supply across two enthralling All-Ireland SHC semi-finals. Here is our team of the week...

Quiz: think you know your stuff from the weekend's GAA?

Do you know your stuff when it comes to what happened in the GAA world at the weekend?

Googlebox is looking for a GAA family to star in its Irish show

The popular reality TV series Googlebox is coming to Ireland and they are looking for a GAA family to voice their opinions on what's on the telly!

GAA tweets of the week

Two epic hurling encounters kept GAA fans on the edge of their seats this past weekend...

McGonigle hails Dublin's character

Dublin manager Greg McGonigle says his team has plenty of room for improvement ahead of their TG4 All-Ireland ladies SFC semi-final against Mayo.

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"It's well documented that we've struggled to win those kinds of games. Whether you like being associated with that or not, I can't change the facts."

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker

Today we had the second of this year's All-Ireland senior hurling championship finals down for decision.

Ladies: Dublin survive serious Donegal scare to set up date with Mayo

DUBLIN will play Mayo in this year's TG4 All-Ireland ladies SFC semi-finals but their bid to reach a third senior final in-a-row only survived after a serious scare in Longford.

Ladies previews: brilliant All-Ireland quarter-finals in store

The All-Ireland football quarter-finals roll around this weekend and there are some mouth watering ties to consider.

Ex-Antrim footballer battles brain tumour

Former Antrim footballer Kevin Carey is facing the biggest battle of his life.

Red Hands acknowledge "wonderful" McFadden

Tyrone have paid a classy tribute to recently-retired Donegal sharp-shooter Colm McFadden.

Provocation "very difficult to prove" - refs chief

Referees are empowered to act against provocative behaviour, according to the GAA's national referees development chairman.

64 Clubs & 1,150 Girls take part in Camán to Croker

The annual Camán to Croker event took place on Monday August 8th in Croke Park Stadium, Dublin. This is the 5th year of Camán to Croker with over 1,150 Camogie players from 64 clubs nationwide took part in the annual Under 12 development initiative.

Video: Donegal All-Ireland winner at World Games

2012 Donegal All-Ireland winner Ryan Bradley is chasing more Croke Park glory and a unique double at the Etihad GAA World Games this week, via the Middle East League.


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