Leinster MHC round-up

Reigning champions Kilkenny are safely through to the semi-final stages of the Leinster MHC while Wexford are celebrating a thrilling extra-time victory over Dublin.

As it Happened: Saturday Match Tracker

All roads led to Croke Park this weekend as the first two of the NFL finals took place.

The GAAmbler: Points to win prizes

There are four great games in store this weekend at Croke Park and they are very unique to most of the other games that take place in headquarters throughout the year.

McGuirk under no illusions

Manager Johnny McGuirk says his Dublin charges face "a massive game" against Wexford in the Leinster MHC on Saturday.

New 'Celtic Challenge' competition launched

The GAA has launched details of a new national hurling competition that will celebrate mass participation and champion several exciting new initiatives in the game.

Top Cat apologises to minor footballers

Kilkenny County Board chairman Ned Quinn has apologised to the county's minor footballers following their humiliation at the hands of Wexford in Nowlan Park on Saturday.

GAA tweets of the week

The Cork senior footballers had the craic with Conor McGregor in Portugal...

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"We're not going to be fooled by today, we know the quality that's in Kilkenny, we know the quality that's out there amongst a number of teams."

Twitter: 'Sometimes the GAA baffles and maddens me!!!'

There was a lot of love for the U-21 football grade on Twitter following today's action-packed semi-finals. Not so much the decision taken by Congress to axe it...

Leinster MFC round-up

Here's a round-up of all of today's Leinster MFC action, including a 71 point victory for Wexford!

Gardai urge clubs to be more vigilant

A Garda Sergeant has warned GAA clubs to be extra vigilant when moving money like gate receipts as there is no doubt that they are being watched.

Ex-Wexford star takes to the saddle

Former Wexford dual star Redmond Barry is to fulfil a lifelong dream by riding at the Punchestown Festival later this month.

HS football team of the week

After yesterday's one-sided league semi-finals, it will come as no surprise to learn that Dublin and Kerry dominate our football team of the week...

GAA tweets of the week

A Dublin v Kerry league final is something to look forward to...

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"A lot of lads don't have a National League medal, and of course if you win one with how competitive Division 1 is nowadays, it is something that is hard earned."

Lidl Ladies National Football League round-up

TWO late Sarah Rowe goals preserved Mayo's 100 per cent record in Division 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League on Sunday, as the Westerners made it seven wins from seven outings this year.

Funeral details for Ciara Ryan

The funeral of Ciara Ryan - the 14-year-old girl who died after collapsing during a training session in Co. Wexford on Thursday - will take place in Kilanerin tomorrow.

Leinster MHC round-up

The 2016 Leinster MHC got underway today and Wexford, Offaly, Meath and Carlow all enjoyed winning starts.

LGFA President: "Our prayers and sympathies are with Ciara's family"

Ladies Gaelic Football Association President Marie Hickey has expressed her sympathies to the family of 14-year-old Ciara Ryan who tragically died after suffering a suspected brain haemorrhage.

The GAAmbler: Donegal to hit the front early

The football league semi-finals take place at Croke Park this Sunday and thankfully they have conjured up two very interesting ties, both of which should provide us with two very different types of games.

Shock and sadness as girl dies during game

The GAA community in Wexford has been plunged into mourning after a 14-year-old girl collapsed and died during an underage football match yesterday evening.

Early start for Wexford SFC

Just a week after the conclusion of the NFL, the Wexford senior football championship is surely the first of its kind to begin.


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