Counties hope GAA reverse U21 club decision

Counties are holding out hope that Central Council could soon reverse its interpretation which prevents 16-year-olds turning 17 this year from lining out for the clubs’ U21 teams.

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Crescent CC beat Bandon Grammar to earn spot in Munster semi-finals

Limerick’s Crescent College Comprehensive secured a well-earned place in the Clayton Hotels Munster Schools Junior Cup semi-finals with a disciplined showing, beating Bandon Grammar School 20-8 in Musgrave Park.

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Feherty opens up on tragic loss of son Shey

David Feherty has spoken poignantly and honestly about the death ofhis 29-year-old son to a drug overdose, admitting the trauma doesn’t get better – “it just gets older”.

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Jerry O’Sullivan bids for Uachtarán Cumann Luthchleas Gael next year

Cork GAA has wished Cloyne’s Jerry O’Sullivan luck in his bid to be elected Uachtarán Cumann Luthchleas Gae next year.

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Rockwell College hold on for impressive win over PBC

Rockwell College held on for an impressive Clayton Hotels Munster Schools Junior Cup win over Presentation Brothers College, beating the Cork men 16-13 in Musgrave Park.

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Sexton: ‘We just have to say that we haven’t been good enough yet’

Johnny Sexton has been typically forthright in speaking about Ireland’s Six Nations campaign so far, saying his side “haven’t been good enough yet”.

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Four contract extensions and a new signing in Milasinovich for Ulster

Ulster have signed Ireland eligible prop Gareth Milasinovich from Worcester Warriors.

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GAA Podcast: Ronan McCarthy hits back, the old Tommy Walsh returns, finance over fairness, and is Kiely ok with defeat?

Anthony Daly, Tony Leen, Brendan O’Brien and John Fogarty review the Allianz League weekend with Colm O’Connor

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Carbery and Stander injuries hamper Munster’s Champions Cup preperation

Stander sustained the facial damage at a late stage of Ireland’s defeat by England last month

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TG4 confirm weekend GAA schedule

There are two football and one hurling match being shown on Sunday.

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Hurling round-up: Roscommon, Sligo and Longford into hurling finals

Westmeath and Derry top Division 2A and 2B respectively, while Roscommon (3A), Sligo and Longford (3B) are through to finals in the Allianz Hurling League.

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Louth and Derry edge top spots in Division’s 3 and 4 of Football League

Goals were key in Division 3 as Louth took top spot, while Derry lead Division 4 on scoring difference.

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Camogie round-up: Semi-final line-up complete after weekend action

Kilkenny will resume their rivalry with Cork and Galway will take on Limerick in the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League Division 1 semi-finals

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Promotion challenge back on track for Kildare after six-point win over Clare

Kildare 1-16 Clare 0-13

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Late surge of scores gives Dublin impressive win over Waterford

Dublin 1-26 Waterford 4-15

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Charlie Vernon goal crucial as Armagh get first win of campaign

Armagh 1-15 Tipperary 0-12

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Whelan and Concannon hit the net as Galway secure comfortable win over Offaly

Galway 2-20 Offaly 0-14

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Comeback falls short as Cork end Limerick’s unbeaten run

Cork 2-21 Limerick 1-21

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Kerry survive Galway comeback to maintain perfect start

Kerry have continued their perfect start in the Allianz League’s top tier with a hard-fought victory against Galway in Tuam Stadium.

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Clare hold off Wexford rally to secure NHL win

Clare just about beat Wexford to the tape in this hugely entertaining NHL 1A encounter in Ennis, the visitors coming back from 14 points down to within two with time running out.

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