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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Championship 2014

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# Championship 2014
Kilkenny and Tipp county boards returned unwanted final tickets last night
They were put up for sale on the GAA’s website.
# Debate
Here's Cusack, Brennan and Cummins' preview of Sunday's 'titanic' hurling final
The Sunday Game have posted their All-Ireland hurling final preview.
# starting XV
No Donaghy or O'Sullivan as Kerry name unchanged team to face Mayo
Kerry take on Mayo at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.
# Round Two
5 questions for Mayo after yesterday's draw
James Horan has only six days to prepare his side for Kerry in the Gaelic Grounds.
# First hand
'They don't seem to get flustered' - Dublin and Donegal by a man who's faced them both this year
Monaghan’s Allstar defender Colin Walsh tells who he thinks will win this weekend’s All-Ireland semi-final.
# No way
'If we’re getting straight red cards for that, the game is going down' - James Horan
The Mayo boss says that he has looked at the video and Lee Keegan should not have seen red.
# classic
Mayo and Kerry to do it all over again after epic draw
Mayo’s looked to have done enough before Kieran Donaghy turned the game on its head.
# Inside knowledge
Buckley and O'Neill - will the Kerry or the Mayo coach get the upper hand on their ex-team?
Donie Buckley and Cian O’Neill both have experience in the opposite camp, but will it be of benefit this weekend?
'Previous beatings won't be thought about' says former Mayo skipper David Heaney
The ex -Mayo fullback tells all about the heartbreak of 2004 and 2006, but a lot has changed he says.
# Cads
'It’s an easy outlet to say dual-players are the problem' - Eoin Cadogan on Cork and Dublin
The Cork hurler and footballer says that Jim Gavin’s Dubs have not been tested.
# top stopper
Down's former Allstar goalkeeper Brendan McVeigh has retired
Down have lost the 2010 Allstar after nine years between the sticks for the Mourne men.
# old rivalry
Eamonn Fitz says Mayo are 'way more physical' than when he was playing
Back in 2004 Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice lined out against Mayo in the All-Ireland final.
# PAIN Threshold
'I was in serious pain' - Colin Walshe on playing through his cruciate ligament injury
Colin Walshe tells how he managed to struggle on.
# Comeback Kid
'The leg that had broken, I tied it to the bike with a shoe lace and cycled with one leg, all uphill'
James Woodlock has endured more than most to play in Croke Park tomorrow.
# Story so far
The August Allstar hurling awards go to…
Let the debate begin. Here are the front runners for the 2014 Allstar hurling awards ahead of this weekend’s second semi-final in Croke Park.
# it's over
'You can't stop talking forever' - Aaron Kernan breaks the Armagh media ban at last
Kernan says that he feared the media ban had gone too far.
# 2 days on
'Everything I've learnt about physicality, I've learnt from a black and amber jersey' - Seamus Hickey
The Limerick defender says that it was impossible to get by the 13 Kilkenny men standing behind the ball.
# Second chance
'We hadn't planned for Plan B' - Tipp selector on losing to Limerick and comparisons with 2010
Tipperary selector Michael Ryan says his team were hurt after losing to Limerick in the Munster championship.
# Comment
Opinion: Limerick made hurling progress in 2014 but this defeat is going to hurt
Limerick suffered more heartbreak yesterday after a season where they did develop.
# Dubs Decision
Anthony Daly - Pain of defeat easier than the shame of not performing
The Dublin manager on trying to cope with the disappointment of championship defeat.
# Tough To Take
Seamus Hickey's emotional TV interview - 'It's raw now at the moment'
The Limerick defender was crestfallen despite winning the man-of-the-match award.
# Reaction
Amazing cats and professional fouls - Twitter's take on today's hurling in Croke Park
Plenty to talk about after today’s showdown.
Kilkenny v Limerick, All-Ireland senior hurling semi-final
Who was going to book their place in the decider on September 7th?
# GAA Abroad
Cavan beat Scotland in Scotland to reach Junior All-Ireland final
Cavan representing Leinster, took on Scotland in the All-Ireland semi-final in Edinburgh.
# Who's next?
Dublin ease into their fifth consecutive semi-final - Donegal await
Dublin now face Donegal in the All-Ireland semi-final after today’s crushing victory over Monaghan.
# Winning Matches
Donegal do enough to overcome tough Armagh test
Donegal will now play Dublin or Monaghan in the All-Ireland semi-final.
# No Gold here
Anthony Rainbow steps down as Carlow boss after two years in charge
County chairman Michael Meaney said that poor results were not for a want of effort on Rainbow’s part.
# expert view
Johnny Doyle: Time-keeping controversy, Kerry's attacking star and Kildare exit’s columnist looks back on the weekend’s Gaelic football action.
# Kingdom Battle
5 talking points - Kerry v Galway, All-Ireland senior football quarter final
Eamon Fitzmaurice and Alan Mulholland bring their sides together to clash today in Croke Park at 2pm.
# Absent Stars
9 footballers we'll miss not seeing in action for the rest of the GAA season
The All-Ireland quarter-finals start this weekend but some of the stars of 2014 will be watching on for August and September.
# Looking Back
James Horan: 'There have been some changes since in terms of hair styles and weight'
The Mayo boss reflects on the significance of their 2011 win over next Sunday’s opponents Cork.
# King Maker
James O'Donoghue: 'No mad science' behind my Cork masterclass
James O’Donoghue knows that Kerry had a lot to prove this summer but they’re starting to answer those questions.
# 21 demands
'Cadogan and Spillane are causing havoc!' Galvin knows what to expect from Cork
The Banner and the Rebels meet in the Munster U21 hurling final tomorrow evening.
# harsh words
Reilly slams GAA player abuse - 'When it turns personal and nasty, it is wrong'
The Meath captain has had some “interesting conversations” since their 16-point defeat against Dublin.
'We couldn't let the season slide away' - Darren Hughes ready to take down Kildare
Midfielder believes Donegal are back to their best as Monaghan look to join their Ulster conquerors in the last eight.
# Media Ban
Armagh continue silent treatment as Dyas pulled from Croke Park interviews
Kevin Dyas was in Croke Park this morning – but was restricted to a few photos.
# snapshots
Michael D, penalty saves, Dalo in the rain - the best GAA weekend pictures
Tullamore and Thurles were the key venues today.
# Hands Off
Even Shane Dowling didn't know whether his goal for Limerick yesterday was legal
The Limerick attacker struck a highly unusual goal before half-time in their All-Ireland quarter-final.
Tipperary v Dublin, All-Ireland senior hurling quarter-final
Will the Premier win at home or will the Dubs triumph in Thurles?
# Moving Forward
Ryan fires two goals as Waterford defeat Dublin in All-Ireland minor quarter-final
Waterford now advance to the All-Ireland semi-final stage.