Overseas GAA


HS football team of the weekWith the start of the Allianz Football Leagues looming large over the horizon, the inter-county scene is beginning to crank up...
HS hurling team of the weekKilkenny were back in competitive action yesterday and three Cats make our hurling team of the week..
Kelly looking forward to local derbyLouth manager Colin Kelly sees next Sunday's O'Byrne Cup semi-final against Meath as ideal preparation for their Allianz League Division 3 opener against Laois in less than three weeks' time.
'Banty' unapologetic over physical approachSeamus 'Banty' McEnaney has defended the physical tactics adopted by his Wexford team in their O'Byrne Cup defeat to Dublin.
Thieves strike at Ulster GAA awards nightAlmost £2,000 worth of sports gear which had been set aside for the winners was stolen at the Gaelic Life Ulster All Star awards on Friday night.
All-Ireland U21 champions beatenMayo U21 manager Michael Solan is refusing to panic after the reigning All-Ireland champions suffered a surprise defeat to Sligo in the North West Cup in Scarden on Saturday.
GAA launch next stage of pioneering Healthy Clubs ProjectThe GAA has launched the next stage of its Healthy Clubs Project (HCP) - and are encouraging more GAA clubs get involved to support communities in pursuit of better physical, social, and mental wellbeing.
McConville swaps football for the kitchenOisin McConville is one of 10 contestants for the Celebrity Masterchef title, which airs on TV3 at 10 o'clock tonight.
Defending disappoints RochfordStephen Rochford was disappointed to see his Mayo side concede 1-15 against IT Sligo.
'Sambo' acknowledges gulf in classTerence 'Sambo' McNaughton admits Antrim were taught a harsh lesson by Kilkenny yesterday.
O'Neill demands improvement ahead of Dublin showdownCian O'Neill says Kildare need to improve, despite starting the year with three wins from three.
O'Rourke happy to be moving in the 'right direction'Malachy O'Rourke has expressed satisfaction with Monaghan's start to 2017.
Harte clinging onto six-in-a-row hopeMickey Harte is hoping Tyrone can stay in the hunt for a six in-a-row of Dr McKenna Cups by beating Donegal on Wednesday night.
Cork mauling unacceptable to KielyNew Limerick manager John Kiely conceded his team was 'out-fought' by Cork in yesterday's Munster SHL clash at the Gaelic Grounds.
Clarke and his squad to see out JanuaryPaul Clarke will remain in charge of Dublin for the duration of their O'Byrne Cup campaign.
GAA tweets of the weekHere are the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...
Strength in depth pleases FitzmauriceEamonn Fitzmaurice believes the current Kerry panel is the strongest he's ever had at his disposal.
Burns relieved as Down end losing streakEamonn Burns cut a relieved figure after Down ended a 21-month wait for a victory when pipping Derry in the Dr McKenna Cup yesterday.
What they said ... the hurling weekend in quotes"I read a book once and this American football coach said about the team out of Texas, the Cowboys: 'Son, in Texas we don't rebuild - we reload!"
Nally Stand-ing the test of timeThe famous Nally Stand was back in the news yesterday when Carrickmore hosted the rescheduled Dr McKenna Cup clash between Tyrone and UUJ.
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"Last year was a very tough year for us. We set out our stall this year and brought in a couple of fresh faces and that's helped the whole thing."
McGeeney challenges Clarke to make his markKieran McGeeney has challenged Jamie Clarke to make his latest Armagh comeback a success.
Video: "The lads are working very hard" - Maurice FitzMaurice Fitzgerald's term as a senior football selector got off to a promising start today and the Kerry legend said he was 'delighted with the win' over Cork.
McKenna Cup: Cavan, Down, Armagh and Monaghan set the paceHolders Tyrone put the disappointment of their opening round defeat to Cavan behind them when recording a 2-17 to 1-7 win over Ulster University at Carrickmore today.
O'Byrne Cup: Semi-final pairings sortedDublin will take on Kildare while holders Meath will face Louth in the last four of the O'Byrne Cup competition next Sunday.