Kieran Donaghy: has proved a hugely influential figure in his club’s Kerry county championship success and their subsequent progress to the Munster club final. Photo: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

If his dreamlike season had been slowly awakened by now Kieran Donaghy would have been playing in Boston this weekend instead of Páirc Uí Chaoimh – al(...)

Philly McMahon: “There are little things in everybody’s body that they won’t understand unless they change their diet and do little experiments.” Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

In the early spring of 2013, Philly McMahon’s footballing life couldn’t have been going better and it couldn’t have been going worse. Ballymun were(...)

Dublin’s Ciaran Kilkenny tackles Kildare’s during March’s league clash at Croke Park, a game in which Kilkenny sustained a cruciate ligament tear. Photograph: Inpho

After eight months of frustration, rehab, looking on and more rehab, Dublin footballer Ciarán Kilkenny will be ready to return to full training with t(...)

Stephen Cluxton: will captain the Dublin footballers again in 2015. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

New Offaly football manager Pat Flanagan has questioned the purpose of the GAA’s winter training ban and whether or not it affords the so-called weak(...)

Teams who were knocked out of the championship in June are allowed to return to collective training on November 15th. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho.

Ah Jim Gavin, can’t beat him (unless you are Donegal) so you might as well join him. The line Gavin delivered, seemingly devoid of humour, moments a(...)

 Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s Kerry avoided a potential clash with Cork in the Munster semi-finals.

All-Ireland champions Kerry will meet either Waterford or Tipperary in the semi-finals of the Munster football championship. This evening’s dra(...)

Dublin’s Danny Sutcliffe at the launch of the GAA/GPA deal with Best Menswear at Croke Park. Photo: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

Dublin hurler Danny Sutcliffe says that the imminent choice of a successor to Anthony Daly as manager of the county team will be of vital importance (...)

Former Donegal manager Jim McGuinness celebrates with his players after winning the Sam Maguire in 2012. Photograph: Inpho

The decision of Jim McGuinness to step down as Donegal football manager brings to an end a remarkable four years, not just in the county’s history (...)

Ulster joint manager and former Donegal manager Brian McEniff, ex-Antrim footballer Anto Finnegan and Dublin manager Jim Gavin at the launch of the charity game at Ravenhill. Photograph: Darren Kidd/Inpho

Dublin football manager Jim Gavin, a non game-focused Jim Gavin, was back among the media again yesterday in the oddest place. Gaelic games in (...)

Former Donegal manager  Brian McEniff pictured with  Ulster and Ireland outhalf  Paddy Jackson  at Ravenhill, where an Ulster All Stars side will take on   Dublin in a game of Gaelic football  in aid of Motor Neurone Disease on November 15th. Photograph:  Darren Kidd/Inpho/Presseye

True story; up until 1924, before the inaugural Ulster versus Leinster rugby match in Belfast, Ravenhill was a GAA pitch.And it will be again come Nov(...)