Overseas GAA


"A lot of people would argue that I didn't play football at a top level either"New Dublin hurling manager Pat Gilroy says the fact that he didn't hurl at the highest level won't hold him back.
Slaughtneil to appeal McNeill red cardSlaughtneil feel that Paul McNeill's red card on Sunday was down to Kilcoo "play-acting".
Complacency wasn't an issue for Tipp - MaherBrendan Maher insists that Tipperary's failure to retain the Liam MacCarthy Cup was not down to complacency.
A hurling book with a differenceBased around the world of hurling, Dermod Judge's novel 'Clash' is certainly not your ordinary, everyday read.
What the GAA is all aboutThere were moving scenes in Armagh on Sunday after Killeavy won the intermediate football title.
Magee makes quick return to managementFormer Wicklow manager Johnny Magee will take charge of Louth club St Kevins in 2018.
Storm claims life of Louth GAA memberFintan Goss, who tragically lost his life during Storm Ophelia yesterday afternoon, was a popular member of St Patricks GFC in Louth.
Cunningham's incredible exploits in the face of adversityCrohn's Disease sufferer Paddy Cunningham was the toast of Antrim GAA on Sunday night.
Mullins calls for improvementBrian Mullins says St Vincent's will have to improve if they're to retain the Dublin SFC.
New Cork boss to be named next weekCork have deferred naming their new senior hurling manager until early next week.
Fourth time lucky for CharlieCharlie Vernon was delighted to finally secure an Armagh SFC medal as Armagh Harps ousted holders Maghery on Sunday.
Kellaghan answers Premier callPaschal Kellaghan has been added to the Tipperary senior football backroom team.
Sice: time will tellGary Sice says it remains to be seen whether or not Corofon can challenge for Connacht and All-Ireland Club honours.
Waterford SHC: Ballygunner and De La Salle for finalBallygunner are just 60 minutes away from achieving a fourth Waterford SHC title in succession following yesterday's 'battle of the champions' versus Lismore.
Lidl National Gaelic4Mothers&Others Blitz soars to new heights!DUBLIN clubs Naomh Mearnóg and St. Sylvester's joined forces again last Saturday, October 14, to host another memorable and successful event for the Ladies Gaelic Football Association - the Lidl national Gaelic4Mothers&Others Blitz Day.
Sligo SFC: Tour' to defend title against HarpsTourlestrane will defend their title against Eastern Harps in Sunday's Sligo SFC final after beating Tubbercurry at the second attempt.
Watch: Cork GAA club's stand swept away by Storm OpheliaStorm Ophelia reached the south coast of Ireland this morning and is leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.
Storm Ophelia puts Fitzmaurice reappointment on holdÉamonn Fitzmaurice's ratification as Kerry football manager has been put on hold until Wednesday night.
Wexford SFC: Martin's keep double dreams aliveSt. Martin's remain on course for a Wexford SFC and SHC double after yesterday's football semi-final replay win over Shelmaliers.
Clare SFC: Clondegad through to first finalClondegad qualified for their first-ever Clare SFC final yesterday following a 2-12 to 1-9 victory over 2015 champions Miltown.
'We threw it away', admits KerriganPaul Kerrigan summed up the mood in the Nemo Rangers camp after they surrendered a big lead in yesterday's Cork SFC final.
GAA tweets of the weekThe GAA's grassroots were in their element yesterday as county finals took pride of place across the length and breadth of the country...
O'Loughlin: it's great to be still thereClooney-Quin manager Fergie O'Loughlin was looking at the glass half full rather than half empty after yesterday's drawn Clare SHC final against Sixmilebridge.
Sweeney didn't expect early callMoorefield veteran Ronan Sweeney didn't expect to find himself in the thick of the fray after only 22 minutes of yesterday's Kildare SFC final.
What they said … the weekend in quotes"I've been fortunate to win an All-Ireland with Donegal, but to win a county title with my club is right up there."