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  • By John Harrington It’s rare that a sportsperson will tell you a cruciate ligament injury reignited their love of the game. That was the case for Limerick and Newcastle West star, Cian Sheehan, who ruptured his while in the USA in 2019. He went travelling because he had fallen out
  • AIB Leinster Club SHC Final Ballyhale Shamrocks 2-22 Kilmacud Crokes 2-19 By Paul Keane at Croke Park Ballyhale Shamrocks are AIB Leinster club SHC champions for a 12th time, but it took an epic struggle to shrug off Kilmacud Crokes and secure a third consecutive title at Croke Park. Pat
  • By John Harrington After a unhappy patch in his career, Kilmacud Crokes star Oisin O’Rorke is hurling with a smile on his face again. Being released to the half-forward line at club level has allowed him to show his full repertoire of skills and to be become a much more
  • By Cian O’Connell “It is the place you want to be, these are the matches you want to be playing in,” Dunloy’s Conal Cunning says ahead of Sunday’s AIB Ulster Club SHC Final against Slaughtneil. “Whenever you were younger, going to these matches with a big crowds, it is where
  • A new GAA Green Club Toolkit launched today in Croke Park will be freely available to all GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association units and members to support the implementation of simple sustainability actions across the five areas of Energy, Water, Waste, Biodiversity and Travel & Transport. The GAA Green Club
  • Meetings of An Coiste Bainistíochta and Ard Chomhairle took place last night and today respectively. The following decisions were taken: · The 2023 Intercounty Player’s Charter, overarching agreement and contact hours policy were approved · 2023 Master Fixture Plan and associated regulations were approved · The 2023 Development CCCC Fixture
  • AIB Munster Club SHC final Ballygunner 1-23 Ballyea 0-17 By Stephen Barry at FBD Semple Stadium Ballygunner’s teenage prodigy Patrick Fitzgerald was again the star man as the Waterford champions became the fifth club to win back-to-back provincial titles and the first since St Joseph’s Doora-Barefield in 1999. Fitzgerald, fresh
  • AIB Connacht Club SFC Final Maigh Cuilinn 0-13 Tourlestrane 0-6 By Cian O'Connell at Pearse Stadium Maigh Cuilinn eventually shrugged off Tourlestrane’s spirited resistance in Salthill to claim a first ever AIB Connacht Club SFC title. Prompted by the splendid Seán Kelly and Peter Cooke, who mined three delightful second
  • AIB Ulster Club SHC Final Dunloy 2-12 Slaughtneil 0-16 By Declan Bogue at the Athletic Grounds Dunloy bridged a gap back 13 years with their first Ulster hurling Championship, sealing the Four Seasons Cup with a thundering win over defending champions Slaughtneil. Going into the game without Paul Shiels and
  • AIB Leinster Club SFC Final Kilmacud Crokes 1-12 The Downs 0-8 By Paul Keane at Croke Park Shane Walsh enjoyed the freedom of Croke Park again, helping himself to another nine points as his adopted club Kilmacud Crokes secured back to back AIB Leinster club football titles. Walsh memorably fired