Home GAA (page 4)

GAA

Cian Lynch & Declan Hannon Missing From Limerick XV To Face Tipperary

John Kiely has made four changes ahead of Limerick’s final Munster SFC round-robin game with Tipperary on Sunday. Last year’s All-Ireland winning captain, Declan Hannon, and Hurler of the Year, Cian Lynch, both drop out of the starting XV for the clash at Semple Stadium. The other two players not included following the county’s biggest ever Munster SHC win over …

Read More »

Mayo Disappointed At ‘Unfair’ Treatment Of Fans & Players

The Mayo County Board have slammed the GAA’s scheduled throw-in time for their second-round qualifier fixture with Down next Saturday.  The first championship meeting between the two counties was fixed for 7 pm at Páirc Esler meaning that the Mayo supporters face a long trek across the country for the evening time fixture. Following the decision, Mayo PRO Paul Cunnane …

Read More »

Alan Kerins: “Pearse Stadium Can Be A Nightmare”

alan kerins

Former Galway dual star, Alan Kerins, believes his native Tribesmen should have too much for Roscommon in this Sunday’s Connacht SFC final with Roscommon in Pearse Stadium. The two sides meet for the fourth year in a row following the Rossies huge upset win over Mayo last month while Galway have dispatched off London and Sligo en route to Sunday’s …

Read More »

Venues & Times Announced For Round Two Of Football Qualifiers

Football Qualifiers

The venues and times for round two of the All Ireland Senior football championship qualifiers have been confirmed today by the GAA.  The draw was made on Monday which pitched teams who have come through round one of the qualifiers and those who lost their provincial semi-finals. The venues, times and dates are below: Saturday, June 22 Antrim v Kildare, …

Read More »

GAA Stock Watch: Neil McManus’ Punditry Debut A Breath Of Fresh Air

An intriguing weekend of GAA action across both codes. Munster Hurling again failed to ignite and was completely overshadowed by Galway and Kilkenny’s game for the ages in Leinster.  Cavan ended an 18-year barren run by reaching the Ulster final following a classic encounter with Armagh while Donegal flipped the script to down Tyrone and qualify alongside them. Meanwhile, Dublin …

Read More »

Gaelic Football Team Of The Week: Cavan & Donegal Dominate

Another great weekend in the Gaelic Football Championship as Cavan qualified for a first Ulster final in 18 years where they will meet an on-fire Donegal outfit.  As expected, Dublin strolled into the Leinster final where they will meet Meath who had 11 points to spare over Laois in Croke Park. Here is our team of the week. 1. Shaun …

Read More »

Concern For Burns After Armagh Star Reportedly Left Game In Ambulance

Jarlath Óg Burns

Armagh star Jarlath Óg Burns was hospitalised following Sunday’s loss to Cavan in Clones, according to a report in today’s Irish Sun. The paper is reporting that the youngster was still suffering from the effects of a concussion that was picked up during last weekend’s draw. However, during the week the county denied that Burns was concussed. Speaking to The …

Read More »

Hurling Team Of The Week: Limerick Dominate Following Classy Display

Hurling team of the week Limerick Clare

It was a weekend full of thrills, surprises and disappointments in the hurling championships as Limerick, Galway, Wexford and Cork all registered vital wins. There were some impressive individual performances, not least from Killian Doyle, Cathal Mannion and TJ Reid and they are all included in our hurling team of the week. _____ 1. Nickie Quaid (Limerick) Nickie Quaid didn’t …

Read More »

Cian O’Neill On Media Misinterpretation: “It Was Sly, It Was Devious”

Cian O’Neill admitted his disappointment in how his comments were portrayed in the media in the build-up to their Leinster SFC semi-final against Dublin. Kildare overcame Longford last Sunday after a replay to set-up yesterday’s meeting with Jim Gavin’s side and O’Neill was quoted after the game as saying “we are going to win that match”. The Kildare manager’s comments …

Read More »

Mayo Draw Down But Tie Of The Round Sees Monaghan Host Armagh

Mayo will travel to Páirc Esler to take on Down in the second round of this year’s All-Ireland Football Championship Qualifiers. The tie of the round, however, sees Ulster rivals, Monaghan host Armagh in Clones. Elsewhere, after defeat to Donegal on Saturday, Tyrone face a trip to Longford as they begin their road through the qualifiers. After defeating Wicklow on …

Read More »

Everything You Need To Know About Monday’s Qualifier Draw

On Monday morning, the qualifier draw will take place for the second round of the All Ireland Senior Football Championship. There will be two bowls, one consisting of teams who won their first round qualifying matches this weekend and the other including those who lost their provincial semi-finals. Below you will find everything you need to know about tomorrow’s draw. …

Read More »

Conclusions As Costello & Mannion Shoot 0-16 In Win Over Kildare

dublin kildare

Dublin 0-26 Kildare 0-11 Michael Corry reporting live from Croke Park. Kildare battled hard but it was to no avail as Dublin swatted aside their challenge with an accomplished second-half performance. Cian O’Neill’s men gave Dublin everything they had throughout an entertaining first half before going in at half-time just four points behind and full of hope. However, they coughed …

Read More »