Overseas GAA


"There's literally a bounce of the ball between us"Dublin have held the upper hand on their arch rivals Kerry in recent times but Jim Gavin doesn't subscribe to the theory that his team are clear favourites.
Clubs games called off in MayoMayo's fixture-makers have bowed to pressure to postpone club games that were scheduled for this weekend.
Clubs unite for ill playerRivalries in Kildare were put to one side this week as clubs gathered for a specially arranged Mass for Two Mile House footballer Adam Burke.
Dunne backed by five clubsOutgoing Wexford manager Liam Dunne has been backed by just five clubs in the county to retain his position for a sixth year.
Wexford clubs snub manager requestNot one Wexford club has nominated anybody for the position of senior football manager.
Keenan 'honoured' to get minor gigWicklow's John Keenan admits that it is an honour to be named the referee for this year's All-Ireland MHC final.
Cafferkey calls on Mayo to postpone club fixturesInjured Mayo defender Ger Cafferkey has asked the Mayo Board to call off club fixtures scheduled for this weekend so that players can focus on the All-Ireland football final.
Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 4 September.
Brogan "undroppable" - CosgroveRay Cosgrove says there's no way Bernard Brogan will be left out of the Dublin starting team this weekend.
"Hopefully we can bottle that and come back"Michael Quinlivan hopes Tipperary don't have to wait another 81 years for their next All-Ireland SFC semi-final appearance.
Cork coach Flannery departsKieran Kingston is on the look-out for a new coach after Frank Flannery departed the Cork senior hurling backroom team.
Controversy over removal of Antrim club's gatesOisin Glenariffe's chairman has resigned after the club voted to remove gates dedicated to IRA men Charlie McAllister and Pat McVeigh.
Harte: Tyrone have gained valuable experienceMickey Harte says Tyrone have gathered a lot of experience during the last two years.
Cavanagh stay "very important"- McMenaminRyan McMenamin believes Sean Cavanagh still has a "very important" role to play with Tyrone.
Surprise as Glensmen reappoint four-man teamAntrim have reappointed their four-man senior hurling management team of Dominic McKinley, Terence McNaughton, Gary O'Kane and Neal Peden.
McGuinness: Kiely black card "totally wrong"Jim McGuinness says there's no way Tipperary's Robbie Kiely should have been black-carded during Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final loss to Mayo.
O'Shea calls for improvementAidan O'Shea says Mayo will have to be consistently good for 70 minutes to win the All-Ireland SFC final.
Young: "the main thing was to get the result"Killian Young points out that it's irrelevant who Kerry play as long as they win their games.
Sweeney hopes Tipp defectors returnConor Sweeney is hopeful that Tipperary's run to the All-Ireland SFC semi-final will encourage some of their players to return to the fold.
Carew calls for video refereeSligo manager Niall Carew has called for the introduction of a video referee to help on-pitch officials at inter-county level.
HS football team of the weekMayo are one step away from a long overdue All-Ireland SFC success. Here are the players who impressed us at Croke Park yesterday...
Brudair steps down as Limerick bossJohn Brudair has quit as Limerick football manager after three years in the role.
Gavin to take charge of fourth All-Ireland hurling finalBrian Gavin has been appointed to referee next month's All-Ireland SHC final.
Fennelly undergoes surgeryMichael Fennelly is already plotting a return to action after going under the knife today.
Dubs are 'devastated'Dublin U21 hurling boss Joe Fortune made no attempt to hide his disappointment after his side's All-Ireland semi-final extra-time loss to Galway.