College GAA

GAA Discussion Paper: Duffy aims axe at U21FCParaic Duffy has recommended discontinuing the U21 football championship in a bid to end player burnout.
McHugh bolsters UUJ backroom teamMartin McHugh has been added to the Jordanstown management team.
GAA/Basketball crossover programmeFor many years, GAA players have turned to soccer and rugby to keep up their fitness levels over the winter, but they are now finding that basketball is of more benefit to them during the off-season.
Championship tweets: "Up the Dubs!!! It's time to celebrate"The curtain came down on the 2015 inter-county gaelic football season yesterday and the Dubs are celebrating All-Ireland title number 25...
Carlow proposal to be discussedCarlow's proposal for a new format to the All-Ireland SFC will be discussed at Central Council later this year.
As it Happened: Saturday Match TrackerThe Munster senior football championship replay was centre stage in today's action.
Doyle 'looking forward' to Maynooth challengeKildare great Johnny Doyle will dip his toes into gaelic football management with the Maynooth University Sigerson Cup team.
Another provincial double for all-conquering Kieran'sSt Kieran's College have completed their second Leinster double of the year.
Rising Stars Teams 2015Comhairle Ardoideachais have announced the HE GAA Rising Stars Teams of the 2015 Higher Education Championships in football and hurling.
Four All-Ireland medals in twelve monthsYoung Kilkenny hurler Jason Cleere has collected a staggering four All-Irelands inside twelve months.
Schools: No stopping St Kieran'sSt Kieran's Colleges are celebrating their 20th Croke Cup success this evening after finishing with three points to spare over Thurles CBS following an entertaining final at Semple Stadium.
Schools: Cross and Passion College pass final testCross and Passion College made up for the disappointment of finishing as runners-up 12 months ago when getting the better of Mountrath CS in the All-Ireland Post Primary Schools SH 'B' final in Semple Stadium today.
Kilkenny man plots St Kieran's College's downfallKilkenny man Niall Cahill is manager of the Thurles CBS side that faces St Kieran's College in Saturday's All-Ireland senior colleges hurling final.
Introduction of new playing rules deferredAt the recent GAA Congress, a number of changes were made to the playing rules of football and hurling, including the introduction of the 'one-on-one penalty' and advantage rule in hurling.
O'Connor Cup: Back-to-back titles for ULUL made it back-to-back titles in the Irish Examiner O'Connor Cup as they finished 16-point winners over DCU in the final at Cork IT.
Video: DCU book O'Connor Cup final ticketWatch highlights of DCU's O'Connor Cup semi-final victory over UCC earlier today.
MacRory Cup final: Cavan win battle of the PatsSt Patricks, Cavan defeated St Patricks, Dungannon by ten points in today's MacRory Cup final at the Athletic Grounds - 2-12 to 0-8.
WIT sweat on Gleeson's fitnessAustin Gleeson has emerged as a major injury concern for Waterford IT ahead of tonight's Fitzgibbon Cup final replay at Pairc Ui Rinn.
All-Monaghan McLarnon Cup finalIt's probably the first time this has happened, that two schools from the County will contest the McLarnon Cup final
Fitzgibbon Cup: Epic encounter finishes all squareA draw was a fair result as holders WIT and UL produced a fantastic advertisement for third level gaelic games at a wet and windy Gaelic Grounds this evening.
Gleeson singled out by BonnarWIT manager Colm Bonnar was fulsome in his praise Austin Gleeson's individual performance following yesterday's Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final victory over Cork IT.
Browne to appeal red card?University of Limerick were last night considering to lodge an appeal against Jack Browne's red card in yesterday's Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final against Limerick IT.
Fitzgibbon Cup: Lohan's UL send Davy's LIT packingThe bragging rights belong to Brian Lohan after UL got the better of his All-Ireland winning Clare team-mate Davy Fitzgerald's LIT in today's second Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final.
Fitzgibbon Cup: Holders prevail in nail-biting semi-finalIn what can only be described as a thrilling semi-final encounter in Limerick today, Waterford IT finished with four points to spare over Cork IT.
Will luck be on Cork IT's side this weekend?Cork IT manager Pat Mulcahy is confident his players can deliver a first Fitzgibbon Cup success this weekend.