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Monthly Merit Award for Tyrone's McAliskeyConnor McAliskey likes to start the year as he intends to continue and he has done that very well this season, bouncing off the bench on occasions to help Tyrone to their fifth consecutive Dr McKenna Cup victory.
Fixture change irks LilywhitesThe decision to move Kildare's Leinster SFC clash against Wexford on May 29th has angered the Lilywhites.
Sigerson Cup: UUJ qualify for last fourUUJ safely negotiated the challenge of St Mary's today to book their place in the semi-final stage of the Sigerson Cup.
Egan handed Faithful captaincyEamonn Kelly has handed Colin Egan the captaincy of his Offaly senior hurling team.
Power talks up backroom teamWaterford under-21 manager Sean Power believes that the backroom team he has in place will help give them an edge this year.
O'Boyle happy to work hardCailean O'Boyle points to Derry's appetite for hard graft as one of the reasons why they are currently perched proudly at the top of the Allianz FL Division 2 table.
John Terry a 'pure natural' at hurling!In an interview with gaa.ie, rising Limerick hurling star Cian Lynch shared a story about enjoying a puc about with his brother Kelvin ... and Chelsea captain John Terry.
Coen hails Donohue impactMayo hurling manager JP Coen has hailed the impact made by new coach Liam Donohue.
McHugh enjoying his hectic scheduleRyan McHugh's gaelic football diary is pretty full up these days but the former 'Young Footballer of the Year' wouldn't have it any other way.
McEntee: MDMA has been fantasticMichael Darragh Macauley's failure to nail down a regular starting spot on the Dublin senior football team last year has been a 'Godsend' for Ballyboden St Enda's, says manager Andy McEntee.
Rochford: Donegal a must win gameWith two defeats on the trot, Mayo manager Stephen Rochford has stressed the importance of defeating Donegal in round three of the NFL.
Cheddar starting from scratchEven though, this is the fourth year of Seamus Plunkett's reign as Laois manager, he admits that he is basically starting with a new team this weekend.
Carew pleased by youngstersDespite a raft of injuries in the Sligo squad, the Yeats County picked up their first two points of the campaign and manager Niall Carew was impressed by the youngsters given a chance to shine.
Video: Extended highlights of LIT v UCCSee extended match highlights from LIT's 2-15 to 1-14 victory over UCC in the Mardyke - six minutes of great hurling by both teams.
Ryan blow for LimerickLimerick midfielder James Ryan will be sidelined for the opening rounds of the Allianz Hurling League.
O'Neill tips Feely to shineKildare manager Cian O'Neill is in no doubt that Kevin Feely will have a massive year for the county.
Players' refusal puzzles QuaidKildare manager Joe Quaid admits to being perplexed by the refusal of some players to join his squad.
Murphy not looking beyond DeiseA trip to Waterford on Sunday for the opening round of the Allianz HL Division 1A will focus the minds of the Kilkenny players, according to All-Star corner-back Paul Murphy.
One game at a time for O'SullivanDublin aren't entertaining talk of an All-Ireland SFC three-in-a-row, insists centre-back Cian O'Sullivan.
Shanahan points to safetyWaterford selector Dan Shanahan has stressed that their main focus in the NHL is to stay up in Division 1A.
One game at a time for CarlowCarlow manager Pat English is adopting the old philosophy of taking the National League Division Two campaign 'one game at a time'.
Dunne focused on own gameWexford manager Liam Dunne admits that it is going to be difficult to get out of Division 1B this year.
Injuries mount for WexfordThe Wexford hurlers are enduring something of an injury crisis ahead of their NHL Division 1B clash against Limerick on Saturday evening.
Cribbin left bitterly disappointedWestmeath manager Tom Cribbin acknowledges the fact that his side will have an uphill struggle to gain promotion from Division Three.
Fitzgibbon Cup round-up: LIT eliminate UCCMary Immaculate College, NUIG, GMIT and LIT all prevailed in the Fitzgibbon Cup this afternoon.