Odds: Cats 2/1 for NHL crown

The National Hurling League kicks off this weekend with current champions Waterford facing a tough task as they take on Kilkenny on Sunday.

Callanan to miss league opener

Tipperary talisman Seamus Callanan will miss Saturday's NHL Division 1A opener against Dublin.

"I can't understand why they are still at it - it's extraordinary"

Eugene McGee is flabbergasted that the number of black cards being handed out continues to rise.

Recovered McGrath "looking forward"

Having missed most of 2015 after being diagnosed with testicular cancer, Tipperary hurler Noel McGrath is "looking forward to getting this year going".

HS football team of the week

Here's the players that stood out for us on the second weekend of Allianz Football League action...

"There's always a level of expectation in Tipp"

As per usual, expectations are high in Tipperary hurling circles as the countdown to the start of the Allianz Hurling Leagues continues to gather pace.

McGrath named Tipp Person of the Year

Noel McGrath has been chosen as the Tipperary Person of the Year by the Tipperary Association Dublin.

GAA tweets of the week

It's early days in the Allianz Football Leagues but...

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"We were wondering would we be miles out of our depth. That was a worry, would we be miles off it?"

Lidl Ladies NFL round-up: Kerry upset holders

New Cork ladies senior football team manager Ephie Fitzgerald has added former county player and Nemo Rangers forward James Masters to his backroom team for the 2016 campaign.

FL3: Tipp take local bragging rights

Brian Fox's late goal was the difference as Tipperary edged out neighbours Clare for their first win in Division 3 at a rain-sodden Sean Treacy Park.

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker

It was a busy Sunday afternoon in the national football league with a dozen games down for decision around the country.

Schools: St Brendan's and Clonmel advance

St Brendan's, Killarney and High School Clonmel will go head-to-head in this year's Corn Uí Mhuirí final.

The GAAmbler: Things aren't looking up for Down

Having enjoyed last week's return to National League action and especially Antrim's profitable win over Carlow, the only negative from a betting point of view was Downs's heavy defeat to Donegal.

Team news: Tipp all set for local derby

The Tipperary senior football team that will face neighbours Clare in Division the Allianz FL Division 3 at Sean Treacy Park tomorrow is as follows...

Allianz FL previews: Holders head west

Previews for this weekend's National Football League Round Two fixtures (Divisions 1-4).

Lidl Ladies NFL Round Two previews

Previews for Round Two of the Lidl Ladies National Football League this Sunday.

Kearns wary of Clare challenge

An in-form Clare side will pose a major threat to Tipperary in Sunday's Division 3 clash according to Tipp manager Liam Kearns.

Lá na gClubanna returns to GAA Calendar

Uachtarán CLG Aogán Ó Fearghail today announced the return of Lá na gClubanna to the GAA Calendar in 2016.

Video: UUJ 'strong favourites' for Sigerson Cup

Garda College manager Andrew Lacey has branded the University of Ulster Jordanstown as "strong favourites" for the Sigerson Cup.

Quinlivan brands B championship 'catastrophic'

Tipperary football star Michael Quinlivan says it would be hard for players to motivate themselves to play in an All-Ireland 'B' championship.

Ryan relishing Dubs date

Tipperary boss Michael Ryan says his side will be ready for their National League opener with Dublin on Saturday week despite taking the decision to forgo any pre-season competitions last month.

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