Anthony Cunningham resigned from his role as Galway hurling manager after players put forward a vote of no confidence in him. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho.

The Gaelic Players Association (GPA) has denied that it is driving an agenda in relation to player discontent with intercounty management(...)

Michael Ryan: The Tipperary manager has added Brian Horgan to his coaching team.

Former Tipperary manager Eamon O’Shea could be set for a sensational return to top-level intercounty coaching with Galway. It is understood that O’Sh(...)

Anthony Cunningham had little choice but to resign after the Galway players passed a vote of no confidence in his stewardship. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Yikes! That didn’t take long. Thirteen weeks ago just after their epic All-Ireland semi-final, this column drew attention to the divergent paths of Ti(...)

“I consider this a kangaroo court decision, led by a core group of players orchestrated with the help of others outside Galway, motivated by a desire to unjustly extend their lifespan as inter-county players, placing personal agendas above the greater good of Galway hurling.”

Anthony Cunningham’s departure as Galway hurling manager was always likely to be fractious given his desire to remain in the position and the refusal (...)

Cunningham’s decision comes ahead of tonight’s county board meeting at which he was expected to be ratified for another term in charge, despite losin(...)

Killarney Legion’s James O’Donoghue in action against South Kerry’s Killian Young in the Kerry senior club football final. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Munster Council’s controversial decision to accept Killarney’s Legion’s nomination to play the Munster club semi-final against Nemo Rangers was aut(...)

Galway hurling manager  Anthony Cunningham. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

A last-ditch attempt to convene discussions between Galway hurlers and county officials failed on Thursday and the controversy over Anthony Cunningham(...)

Galway manager Anthony Cunningham. Nobody has come closer to bringing the Liam MacCarthy Cup back to the county for the first time since the late 1980s. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

As if to confirm that Galway hurling is predictable only in its startling unpredictability, up pop Craughwell chasing a first county title since De(...)

Johnny Kelly: “Galway had a good year this year at senior level and we need to be cognisant of that.”  Photo: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

The Galway hurling crisis may have reached the point of no return, according to outgoing under-21 manager Johnny Kelly. Despite the imminent appoint(...)

Munster champions Tipperary open their defence against Cork next summer. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Cork and Tipperary will open next year’s championship in Munster after being drawn in the preliminary round. This last happened in 2010 and Tippera(...)