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'His low catch used to get all the "Aboy Lohan!” cheers in Clare'
Banner county manager has done things the hard way, through a stoic indifference to pain.
Player guide: The Clare team aiming to win a first All-Ireland senior title since 2013
This week
14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
McGeeney breaks silence on county board vote on his fate last summer
5 talking points after Armagh stun Kerry in dramatic All-Ireland semi-final
'He wasn’t just a manager, he was a friend who would support you' - Galway salute Johnno
On a week when they bade farewell to one of their most treasured adopted sons, Galway look to their footballers on Sunday to bridge a 23-year gap.
Last week
7th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
'Will Armagh go nuts? Yeah. There’s no doubt about that' - Kieran McGeeney
Armagh shock Kerry to claim first All Ireland final place since 2003
Tyrone blood, formed in Kerry but a little bit of his heart belongs to Armagh - Kieran Donaghy
How a soccer hotbed has come in from the cold to fire Armagh to a shot at Sam
Limerick referee Johnny Murphy gets the nod for All Ireland final duties
Hurling remains one of the last few things that can truly transport us into another world
The inside story of Mickey Harte's year in Derry and ultimate resignation
The move of Derry in securing Tyrone’s three time All Ireland winning manager came as a shock, but it hasn’t worked out.
Mickey Harte steps down as Derry senior football manager
The day was loud with war as Cork brought combat on a privileged afternoon
'If you're a Cork man, you have to win an All Ireland. Simple as that' - Pat Ryan
This month
July 2024
The 'incredible' Cork and Kilkenny hurling geniuses poised to break 700-point mark
The star power of Patrick Horgan and TJ Reid is lauded in their clubs Glen Rovers and Ballyhale Shamrocks.
There is a sense Kilkenny have figured Clare out, so much rides on this third meeting
Henry Shefflin steps down from Galway job after three years in charge
Vacant role may tempt former All-Ireland winning manager Micheál Donoghue.
'Too much of my time was spent on hurling' - Gearóid Hegarty on finding his flow
Man of the Match in the Munster final, Hegarty often wonders what the Drive For Five looks like from the outside.
Dessie to go away and dream it all up again for The Dubs
Brutality of Derry-Kerry clash makes us want to fast-track football changes
Zero-sum tactics have left Gaelic football a profoundly dispiriting experience on too many of the biggest occasions.
Last month
June 2024
'The nature of our defeats was the big thing' - Mickey Harte
'That's obviously a danger, there’s no better than the Kerry public to get carried away'
Kerry make it past a passive Derry in quarter final
Semi final now against Armagh in first championship meeting since 2006.
This is the game Derry want, but Kerry always show up on quarter-final day
'I played for Dublin in that period and I didn’t see any chaos' - From serial heartbreak to rise
Despite winning the 1995 All Ireland, the Dublin team endured more disappointment than most. Then they turned it to their advantage . . .
Donegal, Cork, Kerry and Waterford stars claim Player of the Month honours
'Hostility and hatred? I don’t really know if that’s still there' - Brian Howard on motivation
Trevor Croly announced as new Academy Director for Bohemian FC
'They're the most successful Louth team in 67 years' - Ger Brennan on Wee County ambitions
Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh: The man who channelled a GAA desire among people worldwide
There will never be another broadcaster quite like Ó Muircheartaigh for influence and longevity.
No quarter given: Who will remain in hunt for Sam Maguire after last-eight ties?
A weekend of reckoning awaits for the country’s best football sides.
Wexford will not be Lohan's Last Stand with Clare, but a reckoning is coming
History buff, 2021 final recovery, Keegan role with Cork - Niall O'Leary
Rebel’s corner-back gearing up for final stages of the All-Ireland championship.
The influence of local history on his pride in representing Cork.
The night they beat Limerick to rescue their season.
How Pat Ryan and Gary Keegan maintain belief in the camp.
'We need to find a better way to respond to it as a group' - Derry's nosedive
Will Saturday night in Castlebar become Harte's Last Stand with Derry?
A resurgent Mayo have the scent of Croke Park in their nostrils. Derry look like they are hunkering in for an honourable exit.
GAA confirm next weekend's football and hurling fixture details
The safety net is gone as the championship finally gets cut-throat
'We’d like to think we died for the cause today' - Kevin McStay proud of players
Dublin give a performance to prove their supernatural powers of survival
Cormac Costello rescues a free weekend for Dublin in time added on after rip-roaring match.