Dub Stars Football Panel of 2014 is announcedManager Fintan O'Curry today announced his Dub Stars Panel of 2014 that will line up against Leinster champions Dublin, on the 28th of December 2014
Leinster Club hurling and football leagues 2015Leinster Council are advising counties of the following Leinster Club Adult Hurling and Football Leagues for 2015.
Brogan seeks tax changeSpeaking in his role as president of the Irish Federation of Sport, Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan has called for increased government assistance in funding sport.
Hectic schedule catching up on McCarthyDublin All-Star James McCarthy is set to miss the early stages of next year's league campaign due to an ongoing groin injury - and he blames his excessive playing schedule.
GAA launch referee recruitment driveGAA President Liam O'Neill launched a new recruitment campaign at Croke Park today aimed at bolstering the number of volunteers involved in refereeing at all levels of the Association.
Sutcliffe: Dalo the man for Limerick jobDublin hurling star Danny Sutcliffe believes Limerick have pulled off a coup by appointing Anthony Daly as Director of their Underage Hurling Academy.
McKeever seeks another club switchArmagh captain Ciaran McKeever could be on the move again.
GAA president sympathises with Kettle familyGAA president Liam O'Neill has sympathised with the family of Dublin chairman Andy Kettle.
GPA remember Andy KettleA statement by GPA Chief Executive Dessie Farrell on Andy Kettle's passing ...
Dublin GAA pays tribute to Andy KettleDublin GAA has issued a statement paying tribute to Andy Kettle for his 'immense contribution' to the GAA at club, county and central council levels.
Brogan taking his timeAlan Brogan will wait until the new year before making a decision on his future in the sky blue jersey.
"If one was going to battle, Andy Kettle is someone you would want at your side"Dublin football manager Jim Gavin has led the tributes to county board chairman Andy Kettle who lost his battle with cancer yesterday.
Dublin mourns chairman Andy KettleDublin county board chairman Andy Kettle has passed away.
Brennan wants to go out "on a high"Ger Brennan says he wants to win another All-Ireland with Dublin before bringing an end to his illustrious intercounty career.
Vins boss points to Connolly's excellenceSt Vincent's boss Tommy Conroy reserved particular praise for star forward Diarmuid Connolly after Sunday's victory over Rhode.
"I would prefer to see them not in it"Jack Sheedy thinks college teams shouldn't be allowed into the O'Byrne Cup.
Rock aims for starting briefDean Rock hopes to nail down a starting place in the Dublin team in 2015.
Mossy: I'm getting better as a footballerSt Vincent's attacker Mossy Quinn believes he is still improving as a footballer.
Limerick secure Dalo's servicesFormer Dublin and Clare hurling manager Anthony Daly has been appointed as Director of Limerick's Underage Hurling Academy.
HS football team of the weekHere's our last football team of the week for 2014 ...
Ger favours club championship finish within calendar yearGer Brennan has thrown his weight behind the Football Review Committee's proposal to complete the club championships in the same calendar year.
Leinster PP Schools SF 'A' draw: holders to face EdenderryThe meeting of holders Colaiste Eoin and former Hogan Cup winners St. Mary's, Edenderry is the standout fixture in the Leinster PP Schools SF 'A' second round draw.
Odds: Vincent's and Corofin can't be separatedFour teams are left standing in the AIB All Ireland Club SFC and, following their Leinster final victory over Rhode, reigning champions St Vincent's are now the joint 13/10 favourites to retain the trophy on March 17.
All-Ireland ref not impressed with ConnollyTop hurling referee Brian Gavin described Diarmuid Connolly as a "bold pup" after he was involved in a number of flashpoints during yesterday's Leinster club SFC final.
Conroy: it wasn't as easy as it lookedSt. Vincent's manager Tommy Conroy insists his side's Leinster club SFC final victory over Rhode was hard-earned.
Dublin LGFA club notesDubs Star Manager Fintan O'Curry will shortly announce his 2014 AIG sponsored Dub Stars Panel that will play against Gregory McGonigle Dublin Senior football team on the 28th of December 2014 in Parnells GAA Club in Coolock.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"He comes in for a lot of attention in a lot of games but he's a couple of years older now."
Championship tweets: Vins raise the barSt Vincent's 10-point victory over Rhode yesterday was the talk of twitter.
Leinster club SFC final: Vins easily retain titleAll-Ireland champions St. Vincent's secured back-to-back Leinster club SFC crowns for the first time in their illustrious history with a comfortable victory over Rhode at Pairc Tailteann.
As it happened: Sunday's Club Finals Match TrackerToday, there were three games down for decision as we had action in both hurling and football.
Leinster club SFC final takes centre stageIt's the last big Sunday of the year on the GAA front with the Leinster club SFC final, the All-Ireland club SFC quarter-final and the Galway SHC final taking place.
Rhode captain: deadly duo can torment VinsRhode captain Paraic Sullivan reckons an upset could be on the cards in tomorrow's Leinster Club SFC final against St Vincent's - if they can get enough quality ball into Niall McNamee and his brother Anton.
Brogan backs Jayo appointmentBernard Brogan has given the thumbs up to the addition of Jason Sherlock to the Dublin backroom team.
GPA answers criticismThe GPA has responded to recent criticism of the role it plays in the GAA by publishing detailed answers to 'Frequently Asked Questions' on their website - gaelicplayers.com.
Clann na nGael appoint Curran as managerPaul Curran has been appointed senior manager of Roscommon club Clann na nGael.
AFL International Combine gets underwayThe fourth AFL International Combine gets underway in DCU today.
Mullins expects tight affairDublin and St. Vincent's legend Brian Mullins believes Sunday's Leinster club SFC final will be a lot closer than many expect.
Farrell: players want changeGPA chief executive Dessie Farrell claims the championship structure is "broken" and players want it changed.
Ageless Geraghty to play in Sigerson againGraham Geraghty will once again line out for IT Blanchardstown in the Sigerson Cup next year.
Vins need to be more ruthless, says CurranSelector Niall Curran has stressed the need for St. Vincent's to be more ruthless after they almost threw away victory against Garrycastle.
Costello sticking with footballDublin dual star Cormac Costello will continue to concentrate on football next year.
Tweet of the day: this is a beaut from Ciaran LenehanCiaran Lenehan's wry sense of humour makes him a twitter must follow and he didn't let his followers down today.
Fitzgibbon Cup draw: Waterford IT have it all to doReigning champions Waterford IT were drawn in the same group as IT Carlow, NUI Maynooth and Mary Immaculate College in today's Fitzgibbon Cup draw.
Sigerson Cup draw: Holders to face Cork ITUCC will open their defence of the Sigerson Cup with a first round clash against Cork IT.
Croker land negotiations at advanced stageThe GAA are locked in negotiations with Dublin City Council aimed at purchasing land to create a new "processional boulevard" leading up to Croke Park.
Vins take a leaf out of McGregor's bookThe foundations for St Vincent's return to the Leinster Club SFC final showpiece were laid in Conor McGregor's gym, according to Hugh Gill.
Jayo added to Dublin ticketJason Sherlock has been added to the Dublin senior football backroom team.
"The inference is that we should stop doing the right things"Dublin chief executive John Costello is perturbed by calls to curtail the capital's success by hamstringing them financially.
Costello favours black card in hurlingDublin chief executive John Costello has added his weight to calls for the black card rule to be extended to hurling.
Nolan to ref Leinster club SFC finalWicklow referee Anthony Nolan will take charge of next Sunday's Leinster club SFC final between St. Vincent's and Rhode in Navan.

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