Conlon: Tipp are going to come out fightingA semi-final outing against Tipperary will be ideal preparation for the championship, according to Clare's John Conlon.
McGrath 'delighted' to get another shot at BannerTipperary's Shane McGrath is looking forward to renewing acquaintances with neighbours Clare in Sunday's league semi-final.
O'Shea to feature on Seó SpóirtShe will also visit the Tipperary hurling manager, Eamon O'Shea, and discuss his upcoming clash against Clare in the national hurling league.
Tipp have to look at club structures - PowerU21 football manager David Power says Tipperary need to do something about their club structures.
Cahill: we learned a lotManager Liam Cahill says Tipperary learned a lot from their Munster MHC defeat to Limerick.
Tipp U16 ladies trounce BannerUnder 16B Munster Championship Match Report - Tipperary v Clare, Wednesday 16th April 2014
Tipp confirm drug test fineTipperary has confirmed they were fined €500 when senior hurlers were unavailable for mandatory drugs tests last year.
Munster MFC: Tipp survive Fraher Field scareWaterford pushed Tipp all the way before succumbing to a 2-11 to 2-7 defeat in Dungarvan.
Gaelic Football Scholarship ProgrammeThe University of Ulster is pleased to announce that once again it will be offering Postgraduate Gaelic Football Scholarships for the 2014 / 2015 season.
Bugler: Tipp are jealous of usAll Star Brendan Bugler has poured fuel on the Tipperary v Clare rivalry by claiming the Premier County are 'jealous' of the Banner's achievements.
GPA: logistical issues behind missed drug testsThe GPA's head of communications Sean Potts has backed up Clare's explanation as to why their hurlers missed two drug tests in March of last year.
Tipperary Ladies Football FixturesThe following are the fixtures for Tipperary Ladies Football
Clubs to share in concert cash bonanzaGAA clubs are to share in a €500,000 windfall from the eight concerts scheduled for Croke Park this year.
O'Donnell injury blow for BannerClare's All-Ireland final hero Shane O'Donnell has been ruled out of the remainder of their league campaign due to a pulled hamstring.
Duffy: Sky deal for "members outside Ireland"Director General Páraic Duffy says the GAA's Sky TV deal is for Irish people abroad first and foremost.
Leahy wields the axeJohn Leahy has caused a storm in Tipperary by axing five key players from the Premier County senior ladies football squad.
Corbett blow for TippLar Corbett will play no part in Tipperary's league semi-final joust with Clare on Sunday.
Munster GAA U15's Super 10'sThis year Munster GAA will again run their 'Super 10's' at various venues throughout the province. In total 96 clubs and 1200 players from all six counties will participate.
Tipperary Camogie NotesTipperary minors under the guidance of manager Lennie Phillips (Thurles Sarsfields) & selectors Mary Howard
Tipperary Ladies GAA club notesOn a damp and windy April 12th Tipperary Ladies Football held a developmental football blitz in Moyle Rovers GAA Club, Clonmel.
Hurling becoming elitist - AllenJohn Allen says hurling is becoming elitist and that the game's structures are stacked in favour of the stronger counties.
If the hurling All Stars were picked now...With the hurling leagues down to the last four, we pick the players who have caught our eye so far this year.
Munster MHC: Treaty too hot for Premier boysLimerick roared to an emphatic 3-17 to 2-11 provincial quarter-final victory over Tipperary at the Gaelic Grounds tonight.
Black card sees 10 per cent increase in scoresThe Central Competitions Control Committee has released statistics following the conclusion of the regular rounds of the 2014 Allianz Football Leagues.
Willie thrilled with Roscrea successManager Willie Smyth thoroughly enjoyed Colaiste Phobal Ros Cre's All-Ireland final success.
Tipp minors face "big task" - CahillTipperary minor hurling manager Liam Cahill is under no illusions about the size of the challenge facing his players this evening.
Team news: Cahill reveals his Tipp selectionThe Tipperary team named by manager Liam Cahill for tonight's Munster MHC quarter-final against Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds includes just three survivors from last year's team.
Munster U21 FC final: Rebels see off Tipp to complete four-in-a-rowA huge, powerful Cork team defeated gritty Tipperary by 1-18 to 3-8 at idyllic Pairc Ui Rinn tonight.
As it happened: U21 FC Match TrackerThe Ulster and Munster U21 FC finals took place tonight.
Belief is key for Power and TippThere is no inferiority complex for Tipperary's U-21 footballers when it comes to Cork says manager Declan Power.
"If it happened in New York, the Mafia would be suspected"Clare manager Colm Collins was stunned to hear that Wicklow had beaten Tipperary.
Eleven future stars attend AFL training campTadhg Kennelly is overseeing another AFL training camp in London today and some of the GAA's best young talents are in his sights.
Cadogan under no illusionsCork U21 ace Alan Cadogan says the Rebels will take nothing for granted against Tipperary in Wednesday's Munster U21 FC final.
U21FC All-Ireland semi-finals could be a double headerDepending on the result of the Ulster U21FC final, the two All-Ireland semi-finals could be played as a double header.
Video: Wicklow's great escapeEntering injury-time of yesterday's Allianz FL4 clash at Semple Stadium, Wicklow trailed Tipperary by seven points but goals from Rory Finn, James Stafford and Seanie Furlong saw the Garden County pull off a Lazarus-like comeback to win 4-12 to 0-22.