"We never had a defensive system based around two players"

Philly McMahon feels Dublin's defence is coping just fine without Rory O'Carroll and Jack McCaffrey.

Munster U21 HC final: devastating Deise power past Tipp

Waterford are Munster U21 hurling champions for the fourth time after an awesome last quarter propelled them past Tipperary at Walsh Park, 2-19 to 0-15.

Ulster U21 HC final: Glensmen survive Oak Leaf scare

Antrim were pushed all the way by Derry at Loughgiel tonight but captured their eighth successive provincial crown with a 0-16 to 1-9 victory.

McCarthy returns to training

It is expected that Dublin manager Jim Gavin will be able to call on the services of influential half-back James McCarthy for their All-Ireland quarter-final date on Sunday week.

"We have created a monster and now we have to feed him"

Former Munster Council chairman Sean Fogarty believes the new GAA/GPA deal will drive a wedge between inter-county and club players.

GAA admits that attendances are down

GAA director general Paraic Duffy concedes that attendances at this summer's championship matches have fallen.

Castleknock Camogie Girls carry Dublin flag in Semi Final of Liberty Insurance Squal Goals

Congrats to Castleknock Camogie Girls Aoife, Molly, Aisling, Niamh and Claire who by demonstrating their top-class Camogie Skills have got Castleknock GAA short listed as one of only five clubs in the country who have progressed into phase 2 of the Liberty Insurance Squad Goals Challenge.

Cunningham to discuss Dublin future with county board chiefs

Dublin senior hurling team manager Ger Cunningham will sit down with county board chiefs to discuss his future in the coming weeks.

The soon-to-be introduced gaelic football 'mark' on Central Council agenda

Here are the main items that was on the agenda at last Saturday's meeting of the GAA's Central Council...

GAA/GPA deal: "Great news for all past, present and future players!!"

The new GAA/GPA agreement has received the thumbs up from inter-county players...

Quiz: think you know your stuff from the weekend GAA?

Do you know your stuff from what happened in the GAA world over the past weekend?

GAA and GPA reach agreement

The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have announced details of a new deal worth €6.2m per year that includes a number of significant increases in benefits for inter-county players.

GAA tweets of the week

Check out a round-up of the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...

Dublin LGFA Weekly notes

This Wednesday our U16 team travel to Nenagh (7pm) to take on Kerry in the All- Ireland final.

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"There is more important things in life than sport."

Gerry Reilly: Dublin and Monaghan draw

What a terrific game of football that all present were treated in the last of the 'round robin' games in the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT played on Sunday evening in Oldcastle.

Gerry Reilly Cup Update

There are two games this weekend that will decide the final pairings for all 3 finals to be held next weekend  (29th-31st July).

AIB Leinster Club football and hurling draws

The draw has been made for this year's Leinster club championships.

Rushe laments 'refereeing inconsistencies'

Liam Rushe says inconsistent refereeing led to Dublin's exit from the All-Ireland senior hurling championship this summer.

Andrews expects McCarthy back - "it's only a bit of a bang"

Paddy Andrews is confident that James McCarthy will be available for Dublin's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final on August 6th.

Connolly: it's "part and parcel of the game"

Diarmuid Connolly has spoken about the controversial incident that saw him pull Westmeath's James Dolan to the ground in a headlock.

Christie fears Red Hands

Former All Star defender Paddy Christie says Tyrone present the biggest threat to Dublin's chances of retaining Sam Maguire this year.


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