Toolbar Header Preload Menu Menu

   
Homepage  

All-Ireland MFC semi-final: O'Connor goals slay Down
30 August 2009
A brace of Cillian O'Connor goals at the start of the second half handed Mayo a 2-9 to 0-9 victory over Down in a bizarre All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park.

All-Ireland MFC semi-final: Armagh book final ticket
23 August 2009
A brace of second-half goals from Gavin McParland propelled Armagh into the ESB All-Ireland minor final by virtue of a 2-10 to 0-10 defeat of Kerry.

All-Ireland MHC semi-final: Tribe go through
16 August 2009
Galway will meet Kilkenny in the 2009 All-Ireland MHC final following a 2-22 to 1-18 victory over Waterford at Croke Park.

All-Ireland MFC: McParland the Down hero
16 August 2009
Underdogs Down put a nightmare few weeks behind them when an injury-time goal from midfielder Niall McParland gave them a dramatic victory over Dublin in yesterday's ESB All-Ireland MFC quarter-final at Kingspan Breffni Park.

MHC semi-final: Champs hang on
09 August 2009
Kilkenny remain on course to retain their ESB All-Ireland MHC title following a hard-fought victory over Tipperary in the semi-final at Croke Park.

All-Ireland MFC: Hurley the Kingdom hero
04 August 2009
Substitute Kieran Hurley's 75th minute goal handed Kerry an extra-time victory over Roscommon in yesterday's ESB All-Ireland MFC quarter-final at Croke Park.

All-Ireland MFC: Mayo goals sink Tipp
04 August 2009
Last year's beaten All-Ireland finalists Mayo proved much too strong for Tipperary in yesterday's ESB All-Ireland MFC quarter-final at O'Connor Park, Tullamore.

All-Ireland MFC: Armagh into last four
02 August 2009
Ulster champions Armagh are the first team through to the semi-finals of the ESB All-Ireland MFC following a thrilling victory over Kildare at Kingspan/Breffni Park.

All-Ireland MHC: Galway trounce Saffrons
26 July 2009
Galway are through to another ESB All-Ireland MHC semi-final after they demolished Antrim at Parnell Park.

All-Ireland MHC: Tipp have that little bit extra
26 July 2009
Eanna Murray was the Tipperary hero after his 76th minute point secured an extra-time victory over Wexford in yesterday's ESB All-Ireland MHC quarter-final at Portlaoise.

Ulster MFC: Grugan the Orchard hero
20 July 2009
A brace of points from Rory Grugan in the final minute of normal time handed Armagh victory over neighbours Down in a disappointing ESB Ulster MFC final at Clones.

Connacht MFC: Walsh rescues Mayo
20 July 2009
A last-gasp Aidan Walsh free salvaged a draw for Mayo against Roscommon in yesterday's ESB Connacht MFC final at Pearse Stadium.

Leinster MFC: Sweeney rescues Dubs
13 July 2009
Dublin and Kildare must replay their ESB Leinster MFC final after Gary Sweeney's injury-time point salvaged a draw for the Metropolitans at Croke Park.

Munster MHC: Waterford bridge 17-year gap
13 July 2009
Waterford were crowned ESB Munster MHC winners for the first time since 1992 following a two-point victory over Tipperary at Semple Stadium.

Leinster MHC: Kehoe inspires Cats
06 July 2009
Sean Kehoe hit 0-11 as All-Ireland champions Kilkenny retained their ESB Leinster MHC title with an empathic victory over Wexford at Croke Park.

Munster MFC: Kerry too strong for Tipp
06 July 2009
Kerry lifted the ESB Munster MFC title at Pairc Ui Chaoimh yesterday following a double-scores victory over Tipperary.

Connacht MFC: Mayo romp home
28 June 2009
Last year's beaten All-Ireland finalists Mayo produced an outstanding display to overwhelm Galway in Sunday's ESB Connacht MFC semi-final at Markievicz Park.

Leinster MFC: Dubs blitz Offaly in extra-time
28 June 2009
Dublin scored four goals in extra-time to record an emphatic ESB Leinster MFC semi-final victory over a shell-shocked Offaly at Tullamore yesterday evening.

Leinster MFC: Mulhall goal crucial for Lilywhites
28 June 2009
Darrock Mulhall was the main man as a strongly supported Kildare side rallied to oust holders Meath by the narrowest margin in an exciting Leinster MFC semi-final at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon.

Ulster MFC: Down book final spot
28 June 2009
Down reached their first ESB Ulster MFC final since their All-Ireland winning year of 2005 when they had two points to spare over Donegal at Clones yesterday evening.

Connacht MFC: Rossies in complete control
28 June 2009
Roscommon are through to the ESB Connacht MFC final following an emphatic semi-final victory over Leitrim at Dr Hyde Park.

Munster MHC: Drake rescues replay for Rebels
25 June 2009
Extra-time failed to separate old rivals Cork and Tipperary in this cracking ESB Munster MHC semi-final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

Munster MHC: Galgey fires Deise into decider
25 June 2009
Waterford 3-9
Clare 0-12
Ian Galgey came off the bench to inspire Waterford to a six-point victory over Clare in the ESB Munster MHC semi-final at Cusack Park, Ennis.

Leinster MHC: Cats too strong for Westmeath
25 June 2009
All-Ireland champions Kilkenny produced a dominant second half display to power into the Leinster MHC final at Westmeath's expense in Mullingar.

Leinster MHC: Wexford cruise into final
25 June 2009
Tom Dempsey's Wexford will face Kilkenny in the Leinster MHC final following a comfortable victory over 14-man Laois at O'Moore Park.

MFC: Armagh send champions packing
01 June 2009
Armagh caused something of a surprise in the Ulster minor football championship when they defeated All-Ireland champions Tyrone by 2-8 to 1-9 at Clones.

Ulster MFC: Down minors claim semi spot
31 May 2009
Down produced a spirited late fightback to claim victory over their Cavan counterparts in Saturday's ESB Ulster Minor Foootball Championship encounter at the Athletic Grounds.

Ulster MHC: Armagh crush poor Donegal
24 May 2009
Armagh convincingly staked their claim for a quarter-final meeting with Derry in the ESB Ulster Minor Hurling Championship after handing Donegal a 30-point mauling.

Ulster MFC: McKenna swoops late to deny Derry
24 May 2009
A superb final square display from Monaghan centre-forward Daniel McKenna proved the difference here as the young Farney men had five points to spare over Derry in the first round of the ESB Ulster MFC yesterday at Celtic Park.

Leinster MFC round-up
24 May 2009
Dublin, Offaly and Kildare joined holders Meath in the last-four of the Leinster MFC following their victories over Laois, Wicklow and Wexford respectively.

Leinster MFC: Meath ease into last four
23 May 2009
Nine different players got on the scoresheet as holders Meath proved too good for neighbours Westmeath in this ESB Leinster MFC quarter-final at Pairc Tailteann, Navan on Saturday afternoon.

Down outclass Fermanagh
18 May 2009
Down sent out an early warning to their Ulster MFC rivals with a hugely impressive victory over Fermanagh in difficult weather conditions at Brewster Park.

Laois and Westmeath upset the odds
17 May 2009
It was a great day for the underdog in the ESB Leinster MHC as both Laois and Westmeath caused major upsets by overcoming Dublin and Offaly respectively.

Galway scrape win over Sligo
17 May 2009
Substitute Cathal Sweeney's goal midway through the second half proved decisive as Galway edged out Sligo by 1-5 to 0-7 in this ESB Connacht MFC first round clash at Tuam Stadium.

Munster MFC: Tipp shock Rebels
14 May 2009
Tipperary caused a major surprise last night when they recorded an extra-time victory over Cork in the ESB Munster MFC semi-final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

Munster MFC: Kerry see off wasteful Banner
14 May 2009
An own goal by Clare wing back Seanie Malone early in the second half helped Kerry on their way to a flattering nine-point win in this ESB Munster MFC semi-final clash at Austin Stack Park.

Leinster MHC round-up
04 May 2009
Kilkenny, Wexford, Laois and Westmeath all enjoyed comfortable victories in Saturday's ESB Leinster MHC games.

Leinster MFC: Wins for Offaly and Wicklow
26 April 2009
Offaly and Wicklow got their ESB Leinster MFC campaigns back on track with wins over Longford and Carlow respectively in Saturday's losers' group games.

Leinster MFC roundup
19 April 2009
The 2009 ESB Leinster MFC got underway on Saturday with Laois, Wexford, Kildare, Westmeath, Meath and Dublin all recording wins.

Leinster MFC: Resilient Meath have that bit extra
20 April 2009
After staring defeat in the eye in normal time Meath regrouped for extra time to open the defence of their ESB Leinster MFC crown with a thrilling win over Offaly at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday night.

Munster MFC: O'Connor inspires Kingdom
16 April 2009
Eanna O'Connor maintained his rich vein of form when scoring 1-5 for holders Kerry in last night's ESB Munster MFC first round win over Tipperary at Semple Stadium.

Munster MFC: Clare come good in second half
16 April 2009
Inspired by substitute Seamus Lynch, Clare produced a stunning second half performance to overcome Waterford in this ESB Munster MFC first round clash at Dungarvan last night.

Munster MFC: Fitzgerald on fire for Rebels
16 April 2009
Daniel Fitzgerald was Cork's leading light as they withstood a second half comeback from Limerick at Pairc Ui Chaoimh last night to progress to the ESB Munster MFC semi-finals.

 

O'Shea confident of getting the job done
25 September 2008
Man-of-the-match Aidan O’Shea is in no doubt that Mayo can lift their performance once again for Saturday’s ESB All-Ireland final replay against Tyrone.

Munroe looks to mental strength
25 September 2008
Tyrone minor football boss Raymond Munroe has said "it’s all about getting it right in the head" ahead of his team’s ESB All-Ireland final replay against Mayo in Longford.

All-Ireland MFC final replay fixed for Longford
22 September 2008
The GAA has confirmed that the All-Ireland minor football final replay between Mayo and Tyrone will take place at Pearse Park, Longford next Saturday at 2.30pm.

Dempsey disappointed to let victory slip
22 September 2008
Mayo minor manager Ray Dempsey made no secret of his disappointment at the manner in which his side had victory snatched from their grasp in their drawn All-Ireland final against Tyrone.

All-Ireland MFC: Donnelly salvages second chance for Tyrone
21 September 2008
A Matthew Donnelly point two minutes into added time saw Tyrone escape from Croke Park with a second chance to overcome Mayo in the ESB All-Ireland MFC decider.

All-Ireland MHC: Purcell fires Cats to minor success
07 September 2008
UCD bound student Danny Purcell was certainly worthy of the super-sub tag as he turned a strong Galway performance on its head, with 1-1 in the final four minutes, to power Kilkenny to their 19th ESB Minor Hurling Championship title at Croke Park.

All-Ireland MFC: Tyrone hand Royals a lesson
31 August 2008
Although conceding two goals within a minute, midway through the second half, Tyrone remained composed to book a spot in their first All-Ireland decider since 2004, following an impressive 11-point win over Meath at Croke Park in this ESB All-Ireland semi-final.

All-Ireland MFC: Mayo stun Kerry
30 August 2008
Mayo have the look of ESB All-Ireland MFC winners after they walloped Kerry by all of ten points in this semi-final replay at Limerick.

All-Ireland MFC: Kerry and Mayo must do it all again
24 August 2008
A late Colm O’Shea free proved enough for Kerry to salvage a draw and earn another crack at Mayo in Sunday’s ESB All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park.


Meath captain Tommy Johnson raises
the Leinster MFC Cup

All-Ireland MHC: Cummins’ goal sends Tribesmen into decider
17 August 2008
Galway took their place in the ESB All-Ireland MHC final against Kilkenny after seeing off the challenge of Cork by four points at Croke Park on Sunday.

All-Ireland MHC semi-final: Tipp’s treble bid ended by Cats
10 August 2008
Kilkenny moved within 60 minutes of their first All-Ireland minor hurling title since 2003 following an impressive victory over three-in-a-row chasing Tipperary at Croke Park.

All-Ireland MHC semi-final: Tipp’s treble bid ended by Cats
10 August 2008
Kilkenny moved within 60 minutes of their first All-Ireland minor hurling title since 2003 following an impressive victory over three-in-a-row chasing Tipperary at Croke Park.

All-Ireland MFC quarter-final: Kerry crush Faithful
10 August 2008
Barry John Walsh inspired Kerry to an emphatic victory over Offaly in a one-sided All-Ireland minor football quarter-final at Newbridge.

All-Ireland MFC quarter-final: Tyrone come good in second half
10 August 2008
Ulster champions Tyrone are through to another All-Ireland minor football semi-final after a strong second half showing eased them to victory over Roscommon at Pearse Park.

All-Ireland MFC quarter-final: Mayo prevail after extra-time
10 August 2008
Mayo secured an All-Ireland minor football semi-final date with Kerry following a six-point extra-time victory over Monaghan.

All-Ireland MFC quarter-final: First half goals crucial for Royals
10 August 2008
First half goals from Michael Newman and Andrew Tormey proved decisive as Meath overcame surprise-packets Tipperary to reach the All-Ireland minor football semi-final.

Ulster MFC: Coney helps Tyrone retain provincial crown
20 July 2008
Tyrone retained their Ulster MFC title after by seeing off a jaded Monaghan side with three points to spare last Sunday at Clones.

 

Leinster MFC: Late Ryan strike clinches title for Meath
20 July 2008
After the senior side’s dismal display against in Limerick on Saturday, the Meath contingent could salvage something from the weekend as the minors captured a Leinster title on Sunday at Croke Park.

Connacht MFC: Hennelly helps end seven-year wait
13 July 2008
A penalty save from Mayo ’keeper Robert Hennelly 12 minutes from time proved crucial for the Westerners as they saw off Roscommon with three points to spare in Sunday’s Connacht MFC decider at Castlebar.

Munster MFC: Walsh fires Kingdom to provincial glory
13 July 2008
Ace full-forward Barry John Walsh hit an outstanding 2-4 to ensure Kerry would coast to a comfortable ten-point victory in Saturday’s Munster MFC replay at Cusack Park, Ennis.

Leinster MHC: Cats cruise to another provincial title
06 July 2008
Kilkenny staged a superb second-half display to kill off Wexford’s challenge and land the ESB Leinster MHC title on Sunday in Croke Park.

Late Sweeney strike earns Tipp replay
06 July 2008
A coolly converted last minute free from Tipperary captain Conor Sweeney proved enough as the Premier County swept late to snatch a draw against Kerry in Sunday’s ESB Munster MFC decider at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Ulster MFC: Monaghan book final spot
06 July 2008
Monaghan advanced to meet Tyrone in the ESB Ulster MFC final on July 20 following a five-point win over last year’s All-Ireland runners-up Derry on Saturday evening.

Leinster MFC: Meath prevail in a thriller
05 July 2008
A trademark piece of escapology in the final quarter of a thrilling ESB Leinster MFC semi-final at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday afternoon saw Meath wriggle from the clutches of a strong Longford side and through to a final meeting with either Wexford or Offaly.

Ulster MFC: Coney inspires late Tyrone victory
29 June 2008
Thirteen-man Tyrone took their place in the ESB Ulster MFC decider on Sunday after seeing off Cavan’s late surge with a smash and grab act in injury time at St Tiernach’ Park, Clones.

Leinster MHC: Morris goal wins replay for Wexford
29 June 2008
A 54th minute goal from Paul Morris proved decisive as Wexford edged out Dublin in an exciting ESB Leinster MHC semi-final replay at Wexford Park on Saturday evening.

Connacht MFC: Walsh the difference for Mayo
28 June 2008
Mayo took their place in the ESB Connacht MFC decider last Saturday with comfort as they eased past Sligo by a nine-point margin at McHale Park, Castlebar.

Connacht MFC: Rossies into decider
28 June 2008
Roscommon 1-12
Galway 0-14
Roscommon booked their place in the ESB Connacht MFC final by overcoming Galway after extra-time last Saturday in Tuam.

Munster MHC: Tipp survive stern Banner test
26 June 2008
Declan Ryan’s Tipperary remain on course for a third successive ESB All-Ireland MHC triumph following a hard-earned Munster semi-final victory over Clare at Thurles.

Munster MHC: Rebels put fancied Waterford to the sword
26 June 2008
Cork cruised into another ESB Munster MHC final following an emphatic 16-point win over a much-fancied Waterford at Walsh Park.

MHC: Cats ease into decider
22 June 2008
Kilkenny lived up to their favourites tag in this ESB Leinster minor hurling championship semi-final against Carlow as the Cats ran out comfortable winners by 1-16 to 0-7.

MHC: All square in Croker
22 June 2008
The minor hurlers of Wexford and Dublin produced a thrilling encounter at Croke Park on Sunday as they played out an exciting 3-13 to 3-13 draw in the ESB Leinster semi-final.

Ulster MHC: Saffrons crush Down to take title
15 June 2008
Antrim’s Minor hurlers cruised to a 22-point victory over Down to set-up one half of a successful Ulster Championship double for the Saffron County at Casement Park on Sunday.

Ulster MFC: Second-half haul sees Cavan to semis
15 June 2008
Cavan produced a gallant second-half display to take their place in the Ulster ESB MFC semi-finals after defeating Armagh by seven points on Sunday in Kingspan Breffni Park.

Ulster MFC: Red Hands edge past Down
08 June 2008
Tyrone produced a powerful second-half display to edge out Down by two points in Omagh last Sunday and book their place in the last four of the Ulster MFC.

Ulster MFC: Late McGeehan strike gives Derry victory
03 June 2008
A superbly struck goal from Derry star forward Gavin McGeehan proved the difference as the young Oak Leafers overcame the challenge of Donegal in Ballybofey to advance to the last four of the ESB Ulster MFC.

Ulster MHC: Antrim demolish Derry
03 June 2008
Antrim booked their place in another ESB Ulster MHC final after breezing by Derry in Casement Park last Sunday evening by a massive 26 points.

Ulster MHC: Down goal blitz helps book final spot
03 June 2008
Down’s relentless full-forward line combined for a tally of 6-8 to sink Armagh last Sunday in Casement Park to set up an ESB Ulster MHC final with Antrim, as they look to upset the odds and collect their first piece of provincial silverware in 14 years.

Second-half haul seals win for Farney
25 May 2008
Monaghan hit 2-4 and conceded nothing in a resounding second-half display which saw them overcome Fermanagh to book their spot in the last four of the ESB Ulster MFC.

Connacht MFC: Cummins helps Galway book semi spot
18 May 2008
Five points from David Cummins helped Galway steer a two-point victory away to Sligo at Markievicz Park in the ESB Connacht MFC quarter-finals

Ulster MFC: Tierney sends Cavan into quarters
18 May 2008
A goal from Cavan full forward Kevin Tierney in the 40th minute proved decisive in Cavan coming away with a three-point win against Antrim in the ESB Ulster MFC at Casement Park on Sunday.

Connacht MFC: Mayo hold out with first-half haul
18 May 2008
Mayo booked their place against Sligo in the ESB Connacht MFC semi final after seeing off Roscommon by four points at McHale Park, Castlebar.

Leinster minor hurling round-up
18 May 2008
Wexford proved too strong for Offaly, while Carlow overcame Meath in Saturday’s ESB Leinster minor hurling championship action.

Murphy points Carlow into last four
17 May 2008
Denis Murphy scored nine points as Carlow proved too good for a resilient Meath side in an ESB Leinster MHC quarter-final clash at Dr Cullen Park on Saturday when the Barrowsiders earned a ’semi’ tilt at neighbours Kilkenny.

Champions dethroned by Kingdom
15 May 2008
Kerry ended Cork’s reign as ESB Munster minor football champions in a thrilling semi-final at Pairc Ui Rinn on Wednesday night, 14th May.

 

Tipp goals sink Limerick
15 May 2008
Tipperary’s footballing renaissance continued at Semple Stadium on Wednesday night, 14th May when their minor side overcame a wasteful Limerick to set up an ESB Munster final showdown with Kerry.

Slocum wary of Kingdom
14 May 2008
Despite being able to call on seven of last year’s Munster championship winning side, Cork minor football boss Mick Slocum believes the Rebels will have their work cut out to overcome Kerry in Wednesday night’s provincial semi-final.

Royals rock Laois
14 May 2008
Meath booked an ESB Leinster MHC quarter-final meeting away to Carlow on Saturday by holding out for a surprise win against Laois in this re-fixed first round tie at Clane on Tuesday evening.

Young Royals see off Dublin
12 May 2008
Meath progressed to the semi-finals of the ESB Leinster MFC with an extra time win over Dublin in Parnell Park.

Leinster MFC quarter-final round-up
11 May 2008
Meath, Longford, Wexford and Offaly all advanced to the ESB Leinster minor football championship semi-finals following victories on Saturday.

Rebels come good in second half
08 May 2008
A strong second half performance paved the way for a comfortable Cork victory over Limerick in this ESB Munster MHC qualifier at Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Wednesday night, 7th May.

Maye goals inspire Sligo
06 May 2008
A brace of second half goals from centre forward David Maye helped propel Sligo to an eight-point victory over Leitrim in the ESB Connacht MFC at Tubbercurry on Bank Holiday Monday.

Dublin minors sweating over duo
06 May 2008
Darragh Stapleton and Lorcan Siwale are injury concerns for Dublin ahead of Saturday’s ESB Leinster MFC quarter-final against Meath at Parnell Park.


Offaly enjoy goal-den moments
05 May 2008
Three first half goals provided just the leg-up Offaly needed to go on and secure a 4-12 to 1-7 win over Kildare in an exciting ESB Leinster MHC tie at Naas.

Minor game causes major annoyance
05 May 2008
Confusion reigned in Navan on Saturday evening last as the ESB Leinster MHC clash between hosts Meath and Laois failed to materialise.

Younger Shanahan destroys Kingdom
01 May 2008
Dan Shanahan’s younger brother Maurice bagged 3-2 as Waterford routed Kerry by 36 points in this ESB Munster minor hurling championship mis-match at Killarney on Wednesday 30th April.

McGrath the Banner hero
01 May 2008
Conor McGrath’s last-gasp pointed free handed Clare a dramatic victory over Cork in the ESB Munster minor hurling championship at Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Wednesday 30th April.

Tipp show their class
01 May 2008
All-Ireland champions Tipperary fired a warning shot in Semple Stadium on Wednesday 30th April when they powered to a comfortable ESB Munster minor hurling championship first round victory over Limerick.

Leinster MFC wins for Offaly and Louth
27 April 2008
Offaly and Louth got their Leinster minor football championship campaigns back on track by registering qualifier wins over Carlow and Kildare respectively on Saturday 26th April.

Carroll goal decisive for Limerick
24 April 2008
Mark Carroll’s second half goal proved to be the crucial score as Limerick overcame Waterford to qualify for the ESB Munster MFC semi-final at Bruff on Wednesday 23rd April.

Holders out
20 April 2008
Louth halted Laois’ defence of the ESB Leinster minor football title following a spirited display at Portlaoise, which saw them run out winners by 1-13 to 0-09.

Tipp advance with ease
17 April 2008
Tipperary progressed to the semi-final of the ESB Munster MFC following a comfortable victory over Waterford at a wind-swept Dungarvan on Wednesday 16th April.

Limerick see off neighbours
17 April 2008
A dominant first half display paved the way for Limerick’s victory over Clare in their ESB Munster MFC qualifier at Ennis on Wednesday 16th April.

Rebels too strong for Limerick
10 April 2008
Goals from Ciaran Sheehan and Brendan Horgan propelled holders Cork to a comfortable first round victory over Limerick in this ESB Munster MFC clash at the Gaelic Grounds on Wednesday 9th April.

Kingdom see off battling Banner
10 April 2008
Kerry were made work hard for their victory over a battling Clare side in this ESB Munster MFC opening round tie at Ennis on Wednesday 9th April.

Minor triumph for Meath
Meath’s Enda Nulty and Louth’s Pauric Bannon during the Leinster MFC at Pairc Tailteann
05 April 2008
Despite being outscored by 1-5 to 0-2 in the final third of this ESB Leinster MFC opener at Pairc Tailteann on Saturday evening, Meath proved too strong for neighbours Louth.

Dublin into the quarters
05 April 2008
Dublin’s minors showed a fine cutting edge as they advanced to the quarter-finals of this year’s ESB Leinster MFC courtesy of a 0-13 to 0-6 win over Kildare at Parnell Park.

Longford dump Laois
05 April 2008
Longford overcame Laois by 2-13 to 2-11 to book their place in this year’s ESB Leinster MFC quarter-finals thanks, in part, to fine displays by attacker Michael Quinn and midfielder Padraig Gill.

Murphy stars for Barrowsiders
29 March 2008
Carlow full-forward Denis Murphy stole the show as Carlow romped to a 2-13 to 1-9 win over Offaly in their ESB Leinster MHC encounter.

 

Mulholland says team's character won the day
17 September 2007
Galway’s All-Ireland MFC winning manager Alan Mulholland says the Connacht side’s triumph over Derry in the decider was down to the team’s supreme character.

2007 All-Ireland MFC final: Galway's impeccable timing
16 September 2007
Derry led all the way but Damien Reddington’s 57th-minute goal gave Galway a dramatic 1-10 to 1-9 victory in the All-Ireland MFC final at Croke Park.

Dunne says Tipp achieved their goals
03 September 2007
Tipperary minor hurling coach Tommy Dunne says his team’s success in bagging an early second half goal was pivotal in securing a 3-14 to 2-11 win over Cork in their ESB All-Ireland MHC final at Croke Park.

’Better team won’ - Cork coach
03 September 2007
A dejected Cork minor hurling coach Don Cronin has admitted that victors Tipperary (3-14 to 2-11) were the better team in the ESB All-Ireland MHC final at Croke Park.

Conway says hat-trick of goals was the foundation stone
03 September 2007
Derry minor football manager Niall Conway believes his side’s success in notching three first half goals paved the way for their All-Ireland MFC semi-final replay win over Laois at Navan.

All-Ireland MHC final: Tipp win all-Munster decider
Tipp minor captain Brendan Maher raises the Irish Press Cup
02 September 2007
A goal in either half from Sean Carey helped Tipperary to a convincing 3-14 to 2-11 victory over Munster rivals Cork in the 2007 All-Ireland MHC final at Croke Park.

Minor football semi-final replay
27 August 2007
The ESB All Ireland Minor Football Semi Final Replay between Derry and Laois will take place on Saturday, 1st September 2007 at 6.00pm in Navan.

Laois minors rally to snatch draw with Derry
Derry’s Cailean O’Boyle tackles John O’Loughlin of Laois
26 August 2007
Laois clawed back an eight-point deficit in the last seven minutes to wrestle a 2-12 to 1-15 draw with Derry in a thrilling All-Ireland MFC semi-final at Croke Park.

Three Oakleaf changes
23 August 2007
There are three changes to the Derry side for Sunday’s ESB All-Ireland MFC semi-final with Leinster champions Laois at Croke Park.

Galway minors too strong for Kerry
19 August 2007
Galway turned on the style to beat Kerry by 2-14 to 0-17 in an entertaining All-Ireland MFC semi-final at Croke Park.

Derry edge home
12 August 2007
Derry staged a brilliant second half recovery to snatch a dramatic 1-8 to 1-7 win over Cork in a hotly contested ESB All-Ireland MFC quarter-final clash.

Tipp on top as Cats are denied
12 August 2007
Tipperary’s minor hurlers secured a 1-19 to 2-12 win over Kilkenny at Croke Park to set up a first-ever all-Munster ESB All-Ireland MHC final next month.

'As you were' for Cork minors
07 August 2007
The Cork minor football selectors have given a vote of confidence to the team which beat Kerry in the provincial decider for this Saturday’s ESB All-Ireland quarter-final against Derry in Croke Park.

Galway leave Carlow's hopes marooned
05 August 2007
Galway will compete in this year’s ESB All-Ireland MFC semi-finals after they secured a convincing 3-13 to 0-7 win over a plucky Carlow side in Tullamore.

Kingdom come good to make semis
05 August 2007
Kerry’s minor footballers booked their place in the ESB All-Ireland MFC semi-finals with a gritty 2-9 to 1-8 win over Tyrone at O’Connor Park, Tullamore.

Rebels into decider
04 August 2007
Cork qualified for the ESB All-Ireland MHC final with a 2-10 to 0-13 win over Leinster champions Dublin at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise.


Kingston's goal sends Laois through
04 August 2007
All-Ireland MFC title holders Roscommon were sent spiralling out of the competition after Laois secured a 1-13 to 1-11 win in a cracking ESB quarter-final clash at Thurles.

Minor update
13 July 2007
With holders Donegal making a premature exit from the competition, the destination of this years Ulster MFC will be decided when Tyrone and Derry lock horns at Clones on July 15th.

Ulster minor final ends in controversy
15 July 2007
Tyrone beat Derry by a point in the 2007 Ulster MFC final at Clones but the Oak Leafers are going to appeal the verdict.

Meredith hat-trick sinks Carlow
15 July 2007
Laois regained the Leinster MFC at Carlow’s expense thanks to a stunning hat-trick of Croke Park goals from Conor Meredith.

Martyn’s goals help Tribe scupper Ross
09 July 2007
The ESB Connacht MFC is back in the hands of Galway after two Michael Martyn goals saw 14-man Roscommon stripped of their title at Dr. Hyde Park

Hennessy Tipps the scales against Cork
08 July 2007
Nine points from Seamus Hennessy were crucial as Tipperary dethroned 14-man Cork in this enthralling ESB Munster MHC final at Thurles.

Laois can look forward to Carlow clash
01 July 2007
Laois set up a date with Carlow in the ESB Leinster MFC decider by recording a comfortable double scores victory (2-16 to 1-8) over a disappointing Offaly side at O’Moore Park, Portloaise on Saturday evening.

Rebels rule in minor decider
01 July 2007
Cork and Kerry renewed rivalry in the ESB Munster MFC decider at Killarney and it was the Rebel youngsters that tasted revenge by reversing last years result, recording a comprehensive 1-16 to 2-8 over the Kingdom.

Dublin youngsters dethrone Cats
01 July 2007
On a day when Kilkenny continued their domination of the senior stage, Dublin laid down a marker for the future by claiming the scalp of the reigning provincial champs (2-14 to 1-10) in the ESB Leinster MHC decider at Croke Park.

Tipp topple Limerick in minor examination
23 June 2007
All-Ireland champions Tipperary signalled their intentions for repeating the dose with an emphatic 3-21 to 0-12 victory over Limerick in the ESB Munster MHC semi-final at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.

Red Hand minors ease into decider
18 June 2007
Tyrone minors made it a day to remember for the Red Hand County at Clones as the youngsters easily accounted for their Armagh counterparts to book their place in the Ulster MFC decider.

Dynamic Derry out on their own
03 June 2007
It was all too easy for Derry minors as they handed hosts Antrim a 1-10 to 0-3 defeat in a largely one-sided ESB Ulster MFC quarter-final tie at rain-lashed Casement Park.

Late scores give Antrim their sixth successive MHC title
28 May 2007
Antrim and Down played out a very competitive and exciting Ulster MHC final at Casement Park, Belfast on Sunday, 27th of May with the home side pulling away in the closing minutes to record a narrow but deserved 2-14 to 3-8 success.

Orchard take minor spoils at Ballybofey
27 May 2007
Two goals in ten second-half minutes helped Armagh to a 2-9 to 0-11 Ulster MFC victory over Donegal at Ballybofey on Sunday May 27.

Minors too strong for disappointing Fermanagh
21 May 2007
As expected Tyrone minor footballers are through to the Ulster MFC semi-final when on Sunday, 20th of May at Saint Tiarnach’s Park, Clones they easily defeated a disappointing Fermanagh side on a scoreline of 2-12 to 1-6.

Minors make winning start
22 May 2007
After years of disappointment in their opening matches in the Ulster Minor football championship Monaghan made a winning start to the 2007 series when they came with a late rally to edge past Down in Crossmaglen on Sunday evening 20th May.

Minor championship hopes ended for Down
21 May 2007
Down minor footballers are out of this season’s Ulster MFC when on Sunday evening, 20th of May at Plunkett Park, Crossmaglen they went under to a more determined Monaghan side in this quarter-final clash on a scoreline of 1-6 to 2-1.

Impressive Ulster MHC semi-final win for Down
21 May 2007
Down minor hurlers booked their place in the Ulster MHC decider when on Sunday last, 20th of May at Casement Park, Belfast they convincingly defeated Derry on a scoreline of 2-13 to 0-8.

Sligo have that extra edge
20 May 2007
Sligo 1-6
Leitrim 0-8
Sligo came from behind to snatch victory over Leitrim in a tense Connacht MFC clash that needed extra time to separate the sides at Ballinamore on Saturday May 19th.

Carlow let it slip
20 May 2007
Laois 4-10
Carlow 3-11
Having lead by nine points at half time, Carlow looked set for another win in the Leinster MHC, however a remarkable comeback by Laois ensured a victory for the visitors at Dr Cullen Park on Saturday, May 19th.

 

Crunch clash for Leitrim minors
18 May 2007
It’s crunch time for Leitrim minor footballers as they clash with Sligo in the Connacht MFC at Ballinamore on Saturday evening, May 19 (6.30).

Down minors oust Cavan
14 May 2007
A more purposeful Down deservedly booked their place in the quarter final of the Ulster minor football championship when they held out for victory against a late Cavan rally in Kingspan Breffni Park on Sunday 13th May.

Rebels book Munster final spot
10 May 2007
Substitute Con Dunne’s fortuitous 38th minute goal helped Cork to a 1-9 to 0-5 victory over Tipperary in this Munster MFC semi-final at Kilmallock on Wednesday night, May 9.

Downes rescues Limerick
10 May 2007
Limerick and Kerry must replay their Munster MFC semi-final after Colm Downes’ last-gasp point earned the Shannonsiders a 0-11 to 2-5 draw at the Gaelic Grounds on Wednesday night, May 9.

Garvey to the fore
05 May 2007
Impressive attacker Paul Garvey bagged 1-4 as Roscommon careered to an emphatic 1-13 to 0-8 win over Sligo in their Connacht MFC clash at Markievicz Park.

Carlow lay Meath low
05 May 2007
It was all too easy for the minor hurlers of Carlow as they handed their Meath counterparts a 2-15 to 1-4 hiding in a rather lob-sided Leinster MHC clash at Kilmessan.

All too easy for Model lads
06 May 2007
It was all too easy for Wexford’s minors as they romped to an emphatic 10-23 to 0-3 win over Wicklow in a disappointing Leinster MHC game at Arklow.

Offaly in cruise control
06 May 2007
Offaly strolled to a facile 3-24 to 1-7 win over Kildare in a lop-sided Leinster MHC clash at Clane.

Tipp too strong for wasteful Banner
03 May 2007
All-Ireland champions Tipperary made a winning start to their Munster MHC campaign when they enjoyed a comfortable victory over a wasteful Clare at the Gaelic Grounds on Wednesday evening.

Rebels off to a flier
03 May 2007
Ryan Clifford bagged a hat-trick of goals as Cork opened the defence of their Munster MHC crown with an emphatic victory over Waterford at Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Wednesday evening.

Croal rescues Leitrim
30 April 2007
All-Ireland champions Roscommon had to settle for a share of the spoils with neighbours Leitrim in an exciting Connacht MFC first round clash at Hyde Park on Saturday, April 28.

Carlow lay Wexford low
29 April 2007
A gritty second half comeback saw Carlow qualify for the ESB Leinster MFC quarter-final at the expense (2-9 to 1-7) of 14 man Wexford at Dr. Cullen Park.

Tipp minors too strong for Waterford
26 April 2007
Tipperary progressed to the next round of the Munster MFC following a comfortable 1-12 to 0-8 victory over Waterford at Fermoy on Wednesday evening, April 25.

Wexford leave it late
25 April 2007
Wexford came from behind to record a 1-12 to 2-4 victory over Carlow in an exciting Leinster minor hurling championship first round clash at Wexford Park on Tuesday, April 24.

Minor championship round-up
23 April 2007
Offaly, Laois and Meath all enjoyed comfortable victories in their Leinster minor hurling championship first round games at the weekend.

Leahy rescues Banner
19 April 2007
Gerry Leahy’s late point earned Clare a 0-11 to 2-5 draw with Tipperary in their Munster MFC clash at the Gaelic Grounds on Wednesday evening, April 18.

Curtin goals sink Tipp
12 April 2007
A brace of first half goals from full forward Patrick Curtin helped holders Kerry to a 3-7 to 0-10 victory over Tipperary in their Munster MFC first round clash at the Gaelic Grounds.

Limerick force replay
12 April 2007
Limerick and Clare must meet again following their 2-10 to 1-13 draw in Wednesday night’s Munster MFC first round tie at Cusack Park, Ennis.

Rebels rout Waterford
12 April 2007
Cork cruised into the semi-finals of the Munster MFC following an emphatic 0-20 to 0-3 first round victory over Waterford at Fermoy

Louth minors progress
10 April 2007
Louth are through to the quarter-final stage of the Leinster MFC following a superb victory over Kildare.

Young Royals whipped by Dublin counterparts
10 April 2007
Dublin were convincing winners over a lacklustre Meath side at Parnell Park on Saturday afternoon. However, team manager Paddy Carr insists that this Meath team has much more in the tank.

Leinster MFC round-up
08 April 2007
The Leinster minor football championship got underway on Saturday with Dublin, Wicklow, Westmeath, Longford and Laois all making winning starts to their campaigns.

Ros' captain hungry for more
Roscommon's All-Ireland minor winning captain David Flynn has insisted that his team's historic victory over Kerry has only whetted the appetite for more success.

Hero's welcome for Ros' youngsters
Over 10,000 ecstatic Roscommon fans braved the rain to welcome home the new All-Ireland minor football champions on Saturday night.

O'Donnell: We mustn't get carried away
Roscommon's triumphant minor football manager Fergal O'Donnell has warned that there is no guarantee that last Saturday's All-Ireland victory will manifest itself at senior level.

Rossies complete minor fairytale
The long wait is over for Roscommon after they overcame favourites Kerry at the second time of asking to capture their first All-Ireland minor football title since 1951 at a packed Cusack Park.

Ros' delay selection
Roscommon minor boss Fergal O'Donnell won't reveal his starting line-up for Saturday's All-Ireland minor football final replay against Kerry in Ennis until just before throw-in.

Big attendance expected at minor replay
A crowd of up to 15,000 is expected to attend Saturday's All-Ireland minor football final replay between Roscommon and Kerry at Cusack Park in Ennis.

O'Donnell looking forward to replay
Roscommon minor manager Fergal O’Donnell believes that his side should have nothing to fear against Kerry in the All-Ireland final replay at Cusack Park, Ennis on Saturday, September 23rd.

Ormsby sounds battle cry
Roscommon corner back Stephen Ormsby has urged his team mates to pick up where they left off in the drawn and go on to win the All-Ireland minor football title.

O'Donnell praises Roscommon character
Roscommon minor boss Fergal O'Donnell was full of admiration for his players following their thrilling drawn All-Ireland final against Kerry.

Thrilling minor final ends all-square
Kerry and Roscommon registered 0-15 apiece in a pulsating All-Ireland minor football championship final at sun-drenched Croke Park.

Brendan's voyage to end gloriously?
Brendan Cregg is chairman of Roscommon minor football board. With an All-Ireland final appearance in the offing, he concedes it's not a bad time to be in the hot seat.

Roscommon through to minor final
This year's ESB MFC final will be between Roscommon and Kerry after the Connacht champions had too much craft for Meath in this semi-final at Croke Park.

Curran points the way for Kingdom
Kerry minor full forward Paddy Curran was unstoppable in their semi-final clash with Donegal scoring 1-6 as the Kingdom progressed to the All-Ireland minor final after a 2-13 to 1-10 victory against their Northern counterparts.

Free scoring Tipp in minor final
Tipperary conceded three goals but still managed to qualify for the All-Ireland final of the ESB MHC after an enthralling clash with Kilkenny.

Galway on course for hat-trick
Galway are still on course for a hat-trick of All-Ireland MHC titles following their 2-12 to 0-16 semi final win over Cork at Croke Park.

Minor updates
ESB minor football and hurling championship update.

Kerry minors march on
Goals either side of half-time by Johnny Buckley and substitute Eoin Kennedy helped Kerry to victory over Mayo in this All-Ireland minor football quarter-final at Cusack Park, Ennis.

Donegal snatch minor win
It took a late point from Declan McGarvey in extra time to ensure Ulster champions Donegal would advance to the last four of the ESB All-Ireland MFC at the expense of Offaly.

Meath deny Antrim comeback
Antrim came back from the dead to bring this ESB All-Ireland quarter-final to extra time before 14 man Meath prevailed.

Ross too strong for Tipp
Roscommon took their place in the ESB All-Ireland MFC semi-finals after a comfortable win over Tipperary at Tullamore

Antrim give champions a scare
Galway's goal-scoring ability proved crucial as they withstood a second half onslaught from Antrim to keep alive their dreams of a third All-Ireland minor hurling title in-a-row.

Long wait ended for Meath minors
Meath minors captured their first Leinster title since 1993 after a well earned victory over Offaly in Croke Park on Sunday 16 July.

Roscommon end 14-year wait for minor title
Roscommon are kings of Connacht after beating Mayo in this years Connacht minor football final. The final scoreline was Roscommon 0-12 Mayo 0-9.

Tipp minors march on
Corner forward Patrick Bourke hit 1-12 as Tipperary advanced to the All-Ireland minor hurling championship semi-final with an emphatic victory over Carlow at Nowlan Park on Saturday, July 15.

ESB minor championship update
There has been plenty of action already in the 2006 ESB minor football and hurling championships, with some excellent fare served up to date across the provinces

Kilkenny stroll to minor title
Kilkenny minors captured the Leinster title after defeating Carlow in the final on Sunday July 2. Carlow deservedly reached the final after defeating the likes of Wexford and Offaly on their way.

Three-in-a-row for Cork minors
Cork had to come from behind to claim their third Munster MHC title on the trot at Tipperary's expense in Thurles.

Hanley inspires Mayo minors
Mayo captain Pierce Hanley produced a man of the match performance as the Westerners accounted for Leitrim in the Connacht MFC semi-final at Carrick-on-Shannon.

Late Carlow burst earns first final place
Carlow will contest the Leinster MHC final for the first time in their history after a late scoring onslaught caught Offaly at the post in this dramatic encounter at Portlaoise.

No mistake from Kilkenny this year
Beaten by Dublin in last year's provincial minor semi-final, Kilkenny were not going to suffer the same fate again as they disposed of the challenge of the reigning Leinster champions by 12 points.

Two changes for Tipp minors
The Tipperary Minor Hurling team to play Cork in Sunday's ESB Munster Minor Hurling Championship final has been announced.

Donegal progress to minor final
Donegal minors sealed their place in the Ulster final with a three-point win over Tyrone in Clones on Sunday 18th June.

Good news on the Antrim football front
There was good news on the football front for Antrim last weekend as their minor footballers reached the provincial decider by dethroning reigning Ulster champions, Armagh in a thrilling finish at St. Tiarnach's Park, Clones on Sunday 11th June.

McDermott's goal proves the difference
A goal from Damien McDermott was enough to guarantee Tyrone victory in the Ulster MFC at Omagh on Sunday, May 28th. The win means that Derry are now through to the semi-final where they will meet Cavan.

Cavan minors kick themselves out of the championship
After their impressive Ulster MFC preliminary round defeat of the reigning All-Ireland champions, Down some weeks ago at Casement Park, Belfast, Cavan minor footballers were brought down to earth on Saturday 27th May at Brewster Park, Enniskillen when they went under to a very determined Donegal side in the Ulster MFC quarter-final game on a scoreline of 0-12 to 0-6.

Nestor helps Meath edge out Kildare
Meath held on to a narrow half time advantage to record their second Leinster MFC win over Kildare in two years, thanks in no small part to the accuracy of Alan Nestor.

Louth push Laois to the pin of their collar
Laois looked to be home and hosed at half time in this ESB Leinster MFC quarter-final before Louth surged a dramatic comeback which just fell short in Portlaoise.

13 man Wicklow fall to Offaly comeback
Wicklow lost two men and a five point lead as Offaly, boosted by the accuracy of Ken Casey, progressed to the last four of the Leinster MFC.

Andrews the younger slays Westmeath
Peader Andrews' younger brother Paddy tormented the Westmeath backline as Dublin progressed to the semi-finals of the Leinster MFC after a hard fought encounter at Cusack Park.

Narrow win for Tipp
Tipperary held on for a narrow win against Clare in the Munster minor football championship, despite a late comeback by the Banner at the Gaelic Grounds on Wednesday evening, 10th May.

Tipp minors give Kerry a fright
Kerry had to dig deep to get the better of a fired-up Tipperary team in the Munster minor football championship at Newcastle West on Wednesday night, April 26.