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Sunday 28 May 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Gaelic Football

Last year
# Allianz Leagues
Jack O'Connor makes three changes for Kerry's trip to Armagh
Tadhg Morley has been named captain as David Clifford is not included in the squad.
# Tyrone
'Last year was a really difficult year we went through. It took a lot out of us'
Cathal McShane admits Tyrone have suffered a hangover after 2021′s stunning success.
# James Horan
Horanball: the system that transformed Mayo into contenders - and why it now needs to change
Mayo have used the league to develop talent and a new style of play.
Sean O'Shea misses out as Jack O'Connor names Kerry team to face Mayo
David Clifford has been named as captain for the game in Austin Stack Park, Tralee.
# Under Pressure
The 8 counties still chasing a first GAA football league win this season
Dublin, Monaghan, Meath, Cork, Down, Offaly, Wicklow and Waterford are in need of a victory.
# Meath GAA
Meath set to be without team captain for the rest of 2022 season
McEntee is due to leave for a peacekeeping tour in Mali with the Irish Defence Forces.
# end of the line
'He got a guard of honour from our players last night' - Kilcoo salute departing manager Moran
The Derry native has stepped away after guiding the club to All-Ireland glory this year.
# The Green And Red
Mayo hit five points in final five minutes to edge out thriller with Armagh
The Connacht side squeezed over the line with a two-point win.
# on the dressing room wall
Celebrate the chip on all-conquering Dublin’s shoulder
Motivation is not a one-size-fits-all approach.
# Red Hand Result
Second-half goals key as Tyrone overcome loss of suspended players to defeat Kildare
Conn Kilpatrick and Darren McCurry landed the crucial goals to secure the win.
# nfl wrap
Meath and Down play out draw while rising London overcome Leitrim
There were wins for Louth and London on Sunday while the Division Two tie of Meath and Down finished level.
# All Square
Late Clare rally secures draw against Roscommon
The visitors finished with the final three points via Keelan Sexton, Eoin Cleary and David Tubridy.
# Division Two
Undefeated Derry stroll to nine-point win over Cork
It finished 1-13 to 0-7 in Owenbeg with Shane McGuigan kicking 0-8.
# gaa analysis
Galway's kick-out struggles illustrate the disadvantage of life outside the top division
We take a closer look at the fortunes of the Galway set-piece.
# The 42 Reads
The coaching evolution continues. How can we sustain it?
Stephen Poacher, Ciaran McLaughlin and Pa Ranahan on the evolution of coaching within the GAA.
Clifford on the bench as Jack O'Connor names Kerry team to face Donegal
Jack O’Connor has made two changes ahead of their game in Fitzgerald Stadium on Sunday.
# Team news
Hennessy switches codes to make Cork senior football debut against Derry
The St Finbarr’s man was a member of the Rebels’ hurling panel that reached last year’s All-Ireland final.
# man on a mission
'Gaelic football can be the saviour of the AFL. Simply, we stop our tackle.'
Concussion campaigner and AFL player manager Peter Jess talks about his ongoing campaign in Australia.
# ball and a wall
Ross Munnelly’s legacy is a lesson for the next generation of sharpshooters
The Laois legend is the longest-serving player in the game currently.
# aib club championships
Kilmeena and Steelstown storm to victory in Croke Park
It was a great outing for the Mayo and Derry clubs in Croke Park on Sunday.
# Wrap
Donegal get the better of Kildare despite Murphy injury while Derry earn 12-point win
There was plenty of action in the top two divisions of the Allianz Football League today.
O'Donoghue kicks 1-6 as Mayo edge out Monaghan in Clones
Mayo’s Eoghan McLaughlin was carried off the field after suffering an injury.
# Wrap
Derry too strong for Down, while London come from behind to beat Carlow
In Division 3, Antrim beat Fermanagh and Limerick got the better of Longford.
# Kings Of Down
Kilcoo's scoring power key against St Finbarr's as 3 red cards shown in All-Ireland semi-final
Portlaoise was the venue for today’s game.
# No Looking Back
'I think that ship has sailed' - Kilmacud star Dias at peace after second coming with Dublin
Kilamcud Crokes midfielder was briefly recalled to the Dublin squad in 2020.
# Tune in
6 GAA games live on TV next weekend as inter-county league action starts
Plenty action to look forward to.
# Team news
Jack O'Connor names strong Kerry team for McGrath Cup final
The Kingdom take on Cork in Killarney on Saturday.
# Onwards
Laois book O'Byrne Cup final date with Dublin after edging out Kildare in penalty shootout
Paul Cribbin missed the decisive penalty for Kildare as Laois advanced.
# Galway girls
Nicola Ward leads the way as Kilkerrin-Clonberne advance to All-Ireland final
The Galway side overcame Monaghan’s Donaghmoyne today, with Ward finding the net twice.
# tribe on top
Galway too strong for Roscommon in FBD League final
A strong second half display ensured the Tribe came out on top at the Connacht GAA Air Dome.
# Wrap
Offaly, Laois and Wicklow claim wins in midweek O'Byrne Cup action in Leinster
There were more O’Byrne Cup games down for decision this evening.
# United
'We didn’t think we’d be still going over Christmas' - Player driven Naas vying for Leinster glory
Eamonn Callaghan is the captain of the Kildare hoping to defeat Kilmacud Crokes on Saturday.
# leave it out
'No place for it' - McLoughlin dismisses harsh Mayo criticism as Connacht club final looms
The Mayo forward was speaking ahead of Knockmore’s provincial decider clash with Pádraig Pearses on Sunday.
All time
# Back In The Game
Former Galway manager O'Mahony to take charge of Salthill/Knocknacarra footballers
The Galway club have confirmed the appointment of the 68-year-old.
# Looking Back
'I probably thought I didn't belong there' - Raised in hurling country but prospered in Galway football
Gary O’Donnell retired from the Galway footballers this year after 13 seasons.
# It's Quizness time
Quiz: Do you know these GAA club champions from 2021?
Let’s test your knowledge.
# Plan Ahead
Here's the full list of 2022 GAA football and hurling league fixtures
The action gets underway on Saturday 29 January.
# Grassroots
13 clubs left in All-Ireland senior title races ahead of January action
We’ve reached the final stage in all four provinces after the weekend’s action.
# January Dates
New Cork, Kerry and Tipp bosses set for first games as Munster pre-season fixtures released
The inter-county action begins on Sunday 2 January in the province.
# Tune in
6 GAA club games on TV in last action before Christmas as Leinster and Ulster in spotlight
RTÉ and TG4 are both showing three games apiece.