Hurling and camogie
Armagh's Aimee Mackin was the name on everyone’s lips on Saturday evening as she was named the 2020 TG4 Senior Player’s Player of the Year.
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The image showed Gavin Elliott sitting on a dead horse on the gallops
IN the spring of 2017 Clare McGrath was at peace with the world.
WE celebrate our GAA heroes, the brilliant men and women who excite and thrill us and get to raise cups in triumph in front of cheering thousands, and rightly so.
NEW GAA President Larry McCarthy has cast doubt on whether he'll be pushing for a League-based format for the inter-county senior football championship.
THE incoming and outgoing Presidents of the GAA have both called for critics, especially former players, to consider the impact their words can have.
Getting back on the field is the absolute priority for the GAA rather than improving the facilities which surround pitches, insists new President Larry McCarthy.
NOW former Tyrone footballer Harry Loughran hopes to use his experience of battling back from injury to help young people develop mechanisms for coping with setbacks.
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Danske Bank Premiership: Carrick Rangers 0 Cliftonville 1 WITH Cliftonville making it three wins in the space of a week at Taylor’s Avenue on Saturday, manager Paddy McLaughlin is banking on his squad maintaining the momentum as a packed schedule shows no sign of letting up.
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CHELSEA missed the chance to climb back into the Premier League's top four after grinding out a goalless draw with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.
KRISTOFFER Ajer insists Celtic have to "stick together" and keep on the winning trail following their 1-0 win over Aberdeen.
CLARE McGrath hopes that she has not played her last game for Slaughtneil senior camogie team – but unless there is some unexpected decision over the next couple of weeks, last October’s replayed Derry final win over Swatragh was the top one-on-one marker’s last outing for the Emmett’s.
EVERYONE including NIFL chiefs expressed their surprise and disappointment by discovering via a sports journalist’s Twitter account on Thursday night that the Irish FA had pencilled in dates for this season’s 32-team Irish Cup in May "without consultation".
"My biggest fear would be getting stuck somewhere doing the same thing every day": Stephen O'Hanlon on football, basketball and life
TRINITY-Pawling 71 Canterbury 71. The buzzer is about to go on the Miles Hubbard ’57 Court as the ball arrives in the hands of Stephen O’Hanlon.
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