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Monday 5 June 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Gaelic Football

All time
# Munster Rivals
Clare and Cork chase Division 1 high life at pivotal moment of the season
The teams meet in a key Division 2 encounter in Ennis on Sunday.
# crunch the numbers
Explainer: What's at stake for each county in the last round of the GAA football league?
The final round of games take place next weekend.
# Tune in
Here are the six GAA games set for live TV coverage next weekend
Dublin v Galway is the big Division 1 football game next Saturday.
# On the up
Meath clinch promotion play-off spot and Clare boost hopes of reaching Division 1
In Division 4, there were wins for Antrim and Louth.
# Tribesmen
Walsh top scorer as Galway respond to Kerry beating with win over Roscommon
Shane Walsh top-scored for the Tribesmen with seven points.
# Rebels Return
Boost for Cork with win as first-half goals key and Laois suffer second loss
Sean White and Ruairi Deane both hit the net in the opening half in Portlaoise.
# Premier Pride
Dublin native Ryan nets as Tipperary finish with 13 men in defeat of Wicklow
Captain Conor Sweeney scored 1-3 for Tipperary.
# Teamsheet
Cork bring in experienced duo to full-forward line for away clash with Laois
Portlaoise hosts Saturday night’s game.
# kiawah island
Why Rory McIlroy has found his form again ahead of this week’s PGA Championship
We preview the second golf major of the year and the Allianz Football League clash between Dublin and Kerry on the latest episode of The Punt.
# Tune in
Here are the nine GAA games set for live TV coverage next weekend
Dublin against Kerry next Sunday is one of the glamour ties on the agenda.
# Flying Start
Neville hits key goal as Limerick defeat Munster champions Tipperary in league opener
A two-point win for the home side.
# Lilywhites
Kildare turn on style in Thurles as second-half goals clinch win over Cork
Semple Stadium hosted this afternoon’s game.
# Elder Statesmen
Where do Kerry's older All-Ireland winning crew stand ahead of 2021 season?
Only five players that featured in the 2014 final win are still involved with the Kingdom.
# Fill Your Diary
Munster GAA confirm dates and venues for 2021 championship games
The action begins in the province on Saturday 26 June.
# Curtain call
Long-serving Sligo stalwart and Cork's Belfast-born defender retire from inter-county football
Neil Ewing and James Loughrey have both retired.
# Dates For The Diary
After Covid shutdown, postponed All-Ireland U20 and minor finals to take place in July
The GAA have announced the dates for the fixtures which were postponed in January.
# Return to Play
GAA U20 and minor county sides can return to training from next Monday
There are still underage inter-county competitions to be finished from the 2020 season.
# Go West
Champions Mayo to face Sligo in opener as Connacht senior fixtures released
The game has been fixed for Saturday 26 June.
# Philip Austin
'I'll die a happy man now anyway' - retiring after 15 seasons as a Tipperary Munster winner
Philip Austin called time on his inter-county career with the Premier after a long run of service.
# Gaelic Football
Reigning champions Cavan to face Tyrone after Ulster football draw is made
Down will face Donegal in the preliminary round.
# Unsuccessful
Cork manager McCarthy's appeal against 12-week ban is rejected by DRA
The suspension to the Cork manager was handed out for the team’s training session on a beach in Youghal in January.
'We're only one rule away from the game becoming like Australian Rules' - Jim Gavin
The former Dublin boss was speaking on the JC DC Am Seo Podcast.
# statement
GAA express 'frustration and extreme disappointment' after Dublin training breaches Covid-19 rules
Members of the six-in-a-row winners were reported to have gathered for a training session.
# Future Focused
'No intention of walking away' for first-time All-Star after loss of All-Ireland winners from Dubs camp
Paul Mannion, Paddy Andrews and Michael Darragh Macauley were the big-name departures from the team.
# Fergal McCann
Tributes paid after the passing of Tyrone All-Ireland winning football trainer
Fergal McCann was a coach and trainer of the Tyrone senior football side, helping them to All-Ireland glory in 2005 and 2008..
GAA club players group votes to disband - 'We have played our part and our work is done'
The CPA has now called on the GAA to implement the split season as voted through by Congress.
# decisions decisions
Sin-bin to be introduced in hurling and temporary blood subs for suspected head injuries
New penalties for aggressive and cynical fouls have been approved in both hurling and football.
# Interview
'The people who said 'you saved my daughter, my son.' Those messages are why I've done it'
Dublin footballer Shane Carthy has just released an inspiring book called ‘Dark Blue’.
# Let Christie take it
Tipp underage managerial appointments for James Woodlock and Paddy Christie
Woodlock takes charge of the minor hurlers, with Christie set to oversee the county’s U20 footballers.
# Emmet Moloney
Tipperary Munster senior winner applies for transfer to county champions Commercials
Emmet Moloney was part of the victorious 2020 Tipperary squad in Munster.
# Yellow Bellies
Former senior stars and Dublin club winning boss part of Wexford U20 management
Ex-Dublin manager Joe Fortune is getting involved with his native county.
# 2020 Survey
Dublin voted Team of the Year while Katie Taylor is again Ireland's most admired sports star
Taylor’s win over Delfine Persoon was voted the most memorable sporting moment.
# Time to say goodbye
Four-time All-Star Higgins becomes the latest Mayo retirement
Keith Higgins excelled in both attacking and defensive positions throughout an impressive inter-county career.
# Mann down
Dublin confirm departure of three-time All-Star forward Paul Mannion
The 27-year-old won’t be involved with the All-Ireland champions this year and possibly beyond.
# Dominant Dubs
Change hits Dublin with MacAuley and Mannion moving on but no county can cope better with departures
MacAuley and Mannion the latest to move on but Dublin’s strength means they can cope.
# Rising Stars
All-Ireland champions Galway lead the way with 6 players landing U20 football awards
Jack Glynn won the Player of the Year award with Donal Ó Fátharta claiming the Manager of the Year award.
# Stalwart
Tom Parsons becomes latest Mayo player to announce inter-county retirement
The Charlestown midfielder is bowing out, following in the footsteps of Donie Vaughan and David Clarke.
# Decision time
Meath stalwart and All-Ireland-winning Kerry goalkeeper announce inter-county retirements
The end of the road for Graham Reilly and Brian Kelly.
# Ratified
Recent Mayo kingpins Ballintubber appoint 2013 All-Ireland minor winning manager
Enda Gilvarry takes over a club who have won five senior titles since 2010.
# shining star
Roscommon 2010 Connacht final hero forced to retire from Gaelic football due to injury
Donie Shine was the man-of-the-match for Roscommon in the 2010 decider against Sligo.