Diarmuid Connolly scores a goal against Ballyboden St Enda’s in the semi-final in Parnell Park. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/INPHO

All-Ireland champions should have too much firepower for Brogan-led Plunkett’s

 Kilkenny’s  Richie Hogan with his 2014 GAA GPA All Star award and Hurler of the Year award at the 2014 GAA GPA All Star Awards at the Convention Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Paul Mohan/Sportsfile

Richie Hogan named Hurler of the Year while James O’Donoghue takes football award

Danny Sutcliffe of St Jude’s has been the player of the Dublin hurling championship so far. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho.

New county coach Ger Cunningham to run the rule over potential players

Rory Gallagher, who was a selector under Jim McGuinness, could freshen things up, according to Brian McEniff. Photograph: Inpho.

Former All-Ireland winning manager says qualifiers may be the best route to success

Waterford hurling manager Derek McGrath is in the process of rebuilding his panel. Photograph: James Crosbie/Inpho.

Waterford management set out to put their own stamp on team for the coming years

Current Offaly manager Brian Whelahan: HIS outstanding contribution to Offaly’s All-Ireland hurling championship victory was recognised with the award of the two hurler of the year citations. pHOTOGRAPH: iNPHO

Twenty years later, the scheme’s biggest error of omission still resonates

Tipperary wing back Kieran Bergin in action during the drawn All-Ireland hurling final against Kilkenny. Photograph: Inpho

Defender believes it would be a ‘backward step’ if manager Eamon O’Shea leaves post

Referee Barry Kelly and Kilkenny manager Brian Cody after the drawn All-Ireland hurling final against Tipperary. Cody was cleared of a misconduct charge in respect of remarks about Kelly. Photograph: Inpho

GAA president reiterates call for retired intercounty players to take up refereeing

Moorefield’s Ronan Sweeney and Sean Campbell of Sarsfields in action during the Kildare county final at St Conleth’s Park. Photo: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Sarsfields let five-point lead slip as Adam Tyrrell’s late free ensures county final goes to a replay

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