Ciarán Kilkenny with some of the pupils from the Changa Changa primary school in Mazabuka

The Dubs are flying high again in this year’s GAA football championship but one man missing out on what could well be another path of glory is Ciarán (...)

Tipperary’s Barry Grogan celebrates with manager Peter Creedon after the victory over Laois at O’Moore Park. Photo: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Of all the Tipperary supporters converging on Tullamore this evening, one man is taking particular joy from their eye-catching run through the All-Ir(...)

Dublin’s Cian O’Callaghan in action against Westmeath in the Leinster under-21 semi-final in Mullingar. O’Callaghan’s task against Wexford will be to subdue Peter Kelly.  Photograph: Inpho

Wexford are on the cusp of making believers of us all. Defending champions, they are littered with hurlers who played leading roles in the unfathomab(...)

Enda Smith and Ronan Daly of Roscommon celebrate their All-Ireland under-21 semi-final win over Cork. Photograph: Inpho

In Tullamore today Dublin seek to repeat their 2012 trick. That is, beating Roscommon in the All-Ireland under-21 football final. “But two years ago D(...)

Mark Lynch: will pose a big scoring threat for Derry in the league final at Croke Park. Photo: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Though the bad old days of serious teams being able to swan through the league with ne’er a care are largely gone, this is the one weekend of the i(...)

Páraic Duffy at the Irish Sports Council Field Sports Investment announcement at the  Aviva Stadium. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

GAA director general Páraic Duffy has stated the consistent decrease in Government funding since 2008 may have reached basement levels. The Mon(...)

Dublin’s Jack McCaffrey (left) and Johnny Small put pressure on Meath’s Pádraic Harnan during their Leinster Under-21 final at O’Moore Park, Portlaoise. Photograph: Inpho

Jack McCaffrey lifted the Flood Cup last night as Dublin’s dominance of Leinster football’s u(...)

Dublin’s Cormac Costello lined out for the senior team against Mayo on Saturday at Croke Park. photograph: Inpho

After all of the squabbling over the venue for the final, Dublin and Meath make their way to Portlaoise for this (...)

 Eamonn Wallace, in action against Dublin in the Leinster football final last year, was a major weapon in Meath’s encouraging championship showing.

Meath’s Eamon Wallace has become the latest player to be struck down by cruciate ligament injury. He did the damage in the county’s Leinster un(...)

Dublin physio Kieran O’Reilly attends Ciarán Kilkenny after he suffered a cruciate knee injury in   the opening minutes of the Allianz League game against Kildare at Croke Park on Saturday night. Photograph:  Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Dublin dual star Ciarán Kilkenny has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2014 season after rupturing a cruciate tendon early in Saturday ni(...)