Overseas GAA


HS football team of the weekCavan dominate our football team of the week while Mayo, Tipperary, Clare and Armagh are also represented...
Top 21 players from the U21FC honoured as O'Connor gets player gongFresh from All-Ireland U21 glory for the first time since 2006, six of the Mayo U21 panel have been selected as recipients of the 'EirGrid 21 U21 Awards'.
Is this Syrian gunman wearing a Tipp jersey?Tipperary wouldn't have 26 All-Ireland senior hurling titles to their name if they didn't have some fight in them, but surely this is taking it to extremes!
'Championship Lowdown with Ladbrokes' eventTo celebrate the 2016 GAA Championship, Ladbrokes will play host to a night of comedy, panel discussion and betting advice this Thursday in Opium Rooms, Wexford Street, Dublin.
Another tennis title for Carr's sonIt's been a memorable few days for the Carr family.
Deely far from downbeatLondon manager Ciaran Deely was happy with his side's performance against Mayo.
Geraghty turns back the clock with late equalising goalGraham Geraghty is still doing the business for his club at the age of 43.
Brudair laments Limerick's wayward shootingLimerick's profligacy in front of the posts against Clare proved costly, according to manager John Brudair.
Quiz: how well do you know the weekend GAA?Test your knowledge of a hectic weekend of GAA action.
McGlinchey takes positives from defeatWaterford may have lost their Munster SFC opener to Tipperary, but manager Tom McGlinchey could take solace from the fact that they were a lot closer to their neighbours than last year.
"It was a terrible, terrible display"Clare manager Colm Collins has warned his players that they must up their game considerably ahead of their trip to Killarney on Sunday, June 12.
Kearns: Cork won't be too worried about usLiam Kearns reckons Cork won't be losing any sleep about their upcoming Munster SFC semi-final against Tipperary.
Moran breaks Mayo appearance recordAndy Moran became Mayo's most 'capped' footballer when he made his 133rd appearance for the Westerners against London yesterday.
Honeymoon on hold for Down 'keeperDown goalkeeper Stephen Kane is gearing up for his second big 'match' in a week.
Performance pleases PaulPaul McGrane was delighted with Armagh's Ulster MFC quarter-final win over Cavan.
Hyland focused on Red HandsTerry Hyland acknowledges that Cavan will need to find a way through Tyrone's defensive system if they're to cause an upset in the Ulster SFC semi-final.
Sportsmanship at its bestSportsmanship is alive and well in Galway.
GAA tweets of the weekDid Joe Brolly go too far with his criticism of Kieran McGeeney's approach to management?
McGeeney defends goalkeeper selectionArmagh manager Kieran McGeeney has defended his choice of goalkeeper for yesterday's Ulster SFC quarter-final defeat to Cavan.
Wides worry RochfordStephen Rochford admits Mayo will need to brush up on their finishing ahead of the Connacht SFC semi-final against Galway in three weeks' time.
What they said … the weekend in quotes"There's some people who will use it for personal steps but we're not too far away."
Ulster SFC: brimming Breffni brush aside ordinary OrchardCavan were always in control as they claimed a facile 2-16 to 0-14 win over a disappointing Armagh side at Breffni Park.
"Isn't it great to see a fella doing his own thing"It won't come as a surprise to hear that Armagh goalkeeper Paul Courtney is actually an outfield player.
Ulster MFC: O'Donnell gets Donegal out of jailNiall O'Donnell bagged 2-5 as Donegal survived a huge scare to beat Antrim in the Ulster MFC quarter-final at Corrigan Park, Belfast this evening.
Ulster MFC: Farney hold off DownMonaghan had to dig deep in the final minutes to fend off Down's challenge in their Ulster MFC quarter-final clash at Clones this evening.