Overseas GAA


Brolly on his bikeKeen cyclist Joe Brolly reckons Benbradagh near his home town in Derry is a tough an ascent as anything the Alps can offer.
"The more times I look at it, the more impressed I am by them"Dessie Farrell is wary of the challenge that Galway will present to his Dublin team in the last-ever All-Ireland U21 FC final this weekend.
McGleenan focussed as trio returnDespite the return of three key men to the fold, Cavan manager Mattie McGleenan is braced for a difficult Ulster SFC opener on June 11th.
Team news: two changes for Tipp minorsTipperary manager Matt Doherty makes two changes to his side for tomorrow night's Munster MFC play-off against Clare.
Lilywhites boost as Brophy calls time on AFL careerA huge pre-championship boost for Kildare football today as word emerges that Paddy Brophy has departed AFL club West Coast Eagles and is returning home "to play Gaelic football".
Davy ban won't be a telling factor - MurphyWexford's All-Ireland winner Larry Murphy doesn't think Davy Fitz's eight-week ban will have a huge impact on the Model County.
Players foregoing careers a huge trend - CavanaghSean Cavanagh fears that too many intercounty players are choosing occupations that facilitate their GAA activities.
Limerick name hurling championship panelLimerick have unveiled their 31-man senior hurling championship panel for 2017.
"The way Davy was treated was so nasty and so vicious"The man who appointed Davy Fitzgerald as Wexford manager has hit out at the Clare man's treatment in the media.
Antrim footballers vent "anger and extreme frustration" at County BoardAntrim's footballers have hit out at their County Board in a strongly-worded statement signed by all 35 members of their squad.
Burke: Galway are consistentDavid Burke doesn't agree with the suggestion that Galway's hurlers are inconsistent.
Former Tipperary captain McGrath worried by GalwayFormer Tipperary captain Shane McGrath admits that he's "worried" by Galway heading into the championship summer.
HS hurling team of the weekGalway issued a statement of intent in the league final against Tipperary while Meath and Laois enjoyed Leinster SHC successes. Here's our hurling team of the week...
Times and venues for Saturday's Ring, Rackard and Meagher Cup second round gamesThe GAA have confirmed the times and venues for Saturday's second round Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard Cup games following yesterday's draws.
DJ: don't rule out CatsDJ Carey believes Kilkenny will have a major say in the destination of the Liam MacCarthy Cup.
Ryan hopeful 'horrendous' ban will be overturnedMichael Ryan says he was 'beyond surprised' when he heard that a two-match ban had been proposed for Jason Forde last week.
Keane on road to recoveryKevin Keane hopes to be able to resume his Mayo career in 2018 after undergoing surgery on a cruciate ligament injury last month.
Kerry hurlers dealt triple injury blowKerry manager Fintan O'Connor expects Pa Kelly, Colm Harty and Daniel Collins to miss the remainder of their Leinster SHC campaign.
Mulligan eligible for London after club hurling appearanceOwen Mulligan could be about to do a 'Seanie Johnston' after his appearance in a London club hurling game yesterday made him eligible to play for the Exiles against Leitrim in the first round of the Connacht SFC next month.
Coen enjoying new roleGalway star Johnny Coen is settling in well to his new midfield role.
Loughnane keeps clean sheet after losing manager's jobDeclan Loughnane lined out in goal for the Sligo hurlers on Saturday just days after vacating the manager's post.
Listen: Galway Bay FM commentary of league finalAn 'unbelievable performance' was how former All-Ireland winning captain Conor Hayes described Galway's display in yesterday's Allianz Hurling League final.
'It's good to be back', says GlynnJohnny Glynn wasn't give much away about his summer schedule after returning to action with Galway yesterday.
Video: Match action and reaction as Cork and Donegal qualify for Ladies Division 1 finalCork and Donegal will contest the Lidl National League Division One Final on Sunday week after their respective semi-final wins over Dublin and Galway.
GAA tweets of the weekPresident Michael D. Higgins joined in on the Galway league celebrations...