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Aussies to select from the cream of the cropAussies Rules General Manager Mark Evans has outlined their commitment to revitalising the International Rules series by confirming they will select the cream of the AFL crop for this year's one-off test.
Winner-takes-all International Rules testIreland and Australia will play a one-off International Rules test later their year.
International Rules: one-game test mootedThe International Rules Series could be reduced to a one-game Test in 2014.
Tuohy sings Hanley's praisesZach Tuohy has great admiration for his AFL rival Pearse Hanley.
Stay of execution for International RulesThe International Rules series will take place later this year with the Australians expected to scrap their 'indigenous only' selection policy.
Byrne missing playing for LouthLouth's AFL recruit Ciaran Byrne admits he misses playing for the Wee County.
Walsh to consider Kerry returnTommy Walsh has hinted that a return to the Kerry colours could be imminent.
Derry teenager looks AFL-boundWith Hawthorn circling, Derry prodigy Conor Glass could become the next GAA prospect to be lost to the AFL.
U21 HC: Kiltale better neighbours Trim and to qualify for the finalKiltale got the better on neighbours Trim yesterday in Trim in this U21A hurling semi-final.
McGurn salutes GAA trioMike McGurn says Anthony Tohill, Kieran McGeeney and Aidan O'Rourke are the three best managers he's worked with.
'Better things to come' from Sheehan - CarltonAFL outfit Carlton are hoping that there are "bigger and better things to come" from Ciaran Sheehan after the Cork man's recent decision to join them Down Under.
Fixtures issue must be addressed - EarleyIreland manager Paul Earley says players are becoming increasingly unhappy over club fixtures.
Aussies would love IRS to continueAFL deputy chief executive Gillon McLachlan believes the International Rules Series should not be allowed to die.
Coulter: Aussies need to take Rules seriouslyBenny Coulter believes the International Rules series has no future unless the AFL takes it more seriously.
O'Neill backs continuation of Rules seriesLiam O'Neill sees a future for the International Rules series, despite the one-sided nature of this year's two Tests in Cavan and Croke Park.
O'Loughlin 'sick' after dismal displayAustralian coach Michael O'Loughlin was scathing in his assessment of his squad's dismial display in Saturday's second International Rules test at Croke Park.
O'Brien reflects on Balto glory daysWhen Baltinglass ruled the roost in the Garden County, Kevin O'Brien was a star turn with club, county and country!
McGrath: Aussies ready to rumbleAustralia goalkeeper Ashley McGrath has promised Ireland a rude awakening in tomorrow's second IRS Test at Croke Park.
Kennelly resented AustraliaTadhg Kennelly developed a bitterness towards Australia when his father passed away in 2005.
Walsh: more physicality neededAidan Walsh says the International Rules Series would benefit from "a bit more physicality".
Cluxton the template for O'RourkeIreland goalkeeper Paddy O'Rourke admits he's been taking his cue from Stephen Cluxton.
Byrne excited about Croke Park debutIt's been a roller-coaster year for Louth's Ciaran Byrne, who makes his first appearance at Croke Park tomorrow.
O'Shea opts out of second TestAidan O'Shea has put club commitments first this weekend.
Red-faced Aussies brought in for extra trainingAustralia were reprimanded by coach Michael O'Loughlin for their boozy antics on Sunday night.
Davey: second Test will be differentAaron Davey says Australia will be a different proposition at Croke Park this weekend.