Cratloe and Clare star Podge Collins at Croke Park for the launch of the AIB Club Championships. “No, it wasn’t an easy decision at all” Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Forced to choose between football and hurling, the Cratloe star has opted for football

Rower Inistioge star Kieran Joyce  pictured at the launch of the AIB GAA Club Championships in Dublin. “We’ve only come up from intermediate last year, and I suppose that still creates a good bit of momentum and excitement.” Photograph:  Donall Farmer/Inpho

All-Ireland hurling final hero aims to keep winning run going with Rower Inistioge in Kilkenny championship

 Niall Carew has been appointed Sligo manager.  Photograph: James Crombie / Inpho

Forty-year-old Kildare native will also take charge of the under-21 football team

Abebe Bikila of Ethiopia and Jim Hogan of Ireland compete in the Men’s Marathon during the Tokyo Olympics on October 21, 1964. Photograph: The Asahi Sshimbun via Getty Images

Three Irish athletes who were at the Tokyo Olympics 50 years ago this week recall their amazing experiences

 Kilkenny manager Brian Cody escaped sanction from the GAA. Photograph: James Crombie / Inpho

Kilkenny boss described referee Barry Kelly’s award of free to Tipperary as ‘criminal’

GAA Hurling All Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay, Croke Park, Dublin 27/9/2014Kilkenny vs TipperaryKilkenny Manager Brian Cody with Tipperary manager Eamon O'Shea after the game Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Kilkenny and Tipp county boards, as well as players, keen to keep managers next year

GAA Hurling All Ireland Senior Championship Final Replay, Croke Park, Dublin 27/9/2014Kilkenny vs TipperaryTipperaryÕs Seamus Callanan collides with goalkeeper Eoin Murphy of KilkennyMandatory Credit ©INPHO/James Crombie

Council to vote on proposal to condense football and hurling into the same year

Donegal’s Odhrán Mac Niallais and Dublin’s Kevin McManamon are on course to meet up again in the National League at Croke Park on February 7th. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Four of holders’ seven games away from home, including visits to Kerry and Mayo

After being linked with jobs in Mayo and Westmeath, former Mayo All-Star Liam McHale is one of three new additions to the Cavan football backroom team. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

All-Ireland finalists Donegal still to replace McGuinness as managerial moves continue

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