Limerick’s Lorcan Lyons and Conor Whelan of Galway battle for possession at Croke Park. Photograph: Cathal Noonan / Inpho

Limerick 1-27 Galway 2-9 Ronan Lynch shot an impressive 13 points to help secure both revenge and a rare All-Ireland minor hurling final place (...)

 GAA president Liam O’Neill. Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

GAA president Liam O’Neill has apologised for the Hawk-Eye error that denied a valid point to the Limerick minor hurlers in last August’s All-(...)

Well-known hurling referee Shane Hourigan lost his life early on Monday morning following a two-car collision at Reens Pike, just outside Limerick. Photograph: Cathal Noonan /Inpho

When the sudden and tragic news that Limerick hurling referee Shane Hourigan had been killed in a car accident early yesterday morning reached GAA pre(...)

Hourigan officiating at the 2012 Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship final. Photograph: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

Limerick GAA referee Shane Hourigan, who was killed in a car crash this morning, has been described by the association as “one of the most promising” (...)

Donegal manager Jim McGuinness: “All the systems have to be in place for me.” Photograph: Inpho.

Limerick last night had their request to overturn the All-Ireland minor hurling semi-final result rejected by the Central Appeals Committee.As the gam(...)

After the Hawk-Eye malfunction the decision was taken not to use the  technology for the senior hurling semi-final between Limerick and Clare. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

The Central Competitions Control Committee (CCCC) has rejected Limerick’s appeal against the result of Sunday’s All-Ireland minor hurling semi-final d(...)

Mayo’s Andy Moran: There were rumours he suffered a setback to the cruciate injury but Mayo report that everyone who was available the last day “is okay for this Sunday.”

Croke Park will this afternoon begin the process of hearing Limerick’s appeal against the result of last Sunday’s All-Ireland minor hurling semi-final(...)

Hawk-Eye representatives have apologised for the error in last Sunday’s All-Ireland MHC semi-final and ascribed the mistake to an “error in match-day set-up”. Photograph: Inpho

A statement released by Hawk-Eye, the company behind the GAA’s malfunctioning score detection system, has ascribed the incorrect decision to disallow (...)

The decision is taken not to use the Hawk-Eye technology for the game. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Much like the bird that never flew on one wing, it’s hard to find use for a hawk that isn’t clear on what its eye has seen. And so it was that the GAA(...)

Hawk-Eye technology will not be used in today’s All-Ireland senior semi-final at Croke Park.

Hawk-Eye will not be used in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling semi-final after it failed to register a point in the earlier Minor semi-final.In the firs(...)