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Saturday 2 December 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# Championship 2012

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Eoin Cadogan sides with Cork footballers for upcoming dual debate
The defender has opted to focus on Conor Counihan’s football squad for Sunday week’s Munster final against Clare.
Leinster SFC: No change for Gilroy's Dubs
The All-Ireland champions have named an unchanged side for Sunday’s semi-final against Wexford.
Well played: here's your Gaelic football team of the week
Ewan McKenna runs through his best XV from yesterday’s two provincial semi-finals. Do you agree?
It’s a stroll in the park for Mayo
It’s little more than target practice for the home side as they finally get their championship campaign up and running with a predictable and comfortable win in Castlebar.
Down v Monaghan, Ulster SFC Semi-Final
Remarkable scenes at the Athletic Grounds as Down rose from the dead, not once but twice, to book a place in the Ulster final. We followed the action minute-by-minute right here.
Laois and Westmeath left for dead in the killing fields of the qualifiers
As expected, Limerick and Wexford advance through hurling’s back door as they are responsible for a pair of massacres.
Dublin v Kilkenny, Leinster SHC Semi-Final
We were told it would be a defining day for Dublin. It was as they were embarrassed by the ever-brilliant Kilkenny. We followed the procession minute-by-minute here.
Kildare v Offaly, Leinster SFC Quarter-Final
Easy does it for Kildare as it’s little more than a stroll in O’Moore Park. Ewan MacKenna went minute-by-minute as Offaly were taken apart.
Poll: With Euro 2012 on, have you been paying much attention to the GAA?
Can the Championship really compete for our attention when the eyes of the world are on Poland and Ukraine? Have your say in our poll.
GAA team news: Canning returns for Tribe, Kelly in for Waterford
The Galway and Waterford hurlers have both named their starting XVs ahead of their respective provincial semi-finals on Sunday.
Armagh v Tyrone, Ulster SFC Quarter-Final
Giants collided at the Athletic Grounds and we got one almighty thud and one great game of football. But Ewan MacKenna saw that it was old dogs for a very hard road.
Gilroy pulling the strings on Brogan's star turn
After bouncing back to championship action with 2-5 on Sunday, Dublin star Bernard Brogan says he owes his improvement to manager Pat Gilroy.
Galway unchanged for Sligo semi-final
Michael Meehan looks set to start on the bench again as Alan Mulholland sticks with the same starting XV that beat Roscommon.
Sheehan out, Donaghy in for Kingdom
Kieran Donaghy has been recalled to the Kerry starting XV for Sunday’s Munster SFC semi-final.
Dublin v Louth, Leinster SFC Quarter-Final
All Ireland champions Dublin embarrassed Louth in a massacre at Croke Park, dominating the first half and easing off after the break. We had all the live action and analysis.
Offaly v Wexford, Leinster SHC quarter-final
There was a frantic finale to this evening’s second Leinster SHC quarter-final in Tullamore. Catch up with all of the action from Offaly’s meeting with Wexford.
Dublin v Louth: A glimpse of the future is all that's worth watching
Paddy Keenan’s ball-winning against Dublin’s ability to turnover will be interesting, but little else will be in a stroll in the park for the All Ireland champions.
Same faces as Westmeath prepare for Galway
Brian Hanley has stuck with the same starting XV for Sunday’s Leinster SHC quarter-final against Galway.
Louth change one for Dubs test
Peter Fitzpatrick has recalled Dessie Finnegan in defence for Sunday’s Croke Park clash with the All-Ireland champions.
McConville to make Down debut v Fermanagh
With Dan Gordon and Benny Coulter missing through injury, James McCartan has turned to the Clonduff youngster for Sunday’s Ulster SFC quarter-final.
Injury-hit Laois name unchanged side
Teddy McCarthy has stuck with the same starting XV for Saturday’s Leinster SHC quarter-final against Dublin.
Ryan names unchanged Longford side
Goal hero Paul Barden will captain an unchanged Longford side in the Leinster SFC quarter-final against Wexford this Sunday.
Gilroy plays strong hand for Dubs opener
Bernard Brogan is set for his first competitive start of 2012 in Sunday’s Leinster SFC quarter-final against Louth.
Hanniffy passed fit for Offaly start
Offaly and Wexford have named their starting XVs for Saturday’s Leinster SHC clash in Tullamore.
Red Hand rocked as Cavanagh ruled out for the season
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte says that the four-time All-Star will play no part in this summer’s championship.
Kerry bred to play attractive football - Cooper
Kerry open the defence of their Munster title against Tipperary on Sunday, but their star forward is taking nothing for granted.
Dowling set for Limerick start
The Na Piarsaigh youngster will make his championship debut against Tipperary on Sunday afternoon.
Creedon picks Premier team to face Kerry
Borrisokane’s Philip Austin will captain Tipp in Sunday’s Munster SFC opener against Kerry.
Outsiders get a look-in as big guns paired off in 2012 Championship draws
The 2011 season is barely over – and the 2012 championship draws have already been done. So who did your county get?