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Chris Barrett in action for Mayo during this year’s  All-Ireland championship. Photograph:    ©INPHO/James Crombie

At 5pm on Saturday 30-plus amateurs will play a game of football. They’ll do it in front of over 80,000 at Croke Park, while several hundred thousand (...)

The Dublin Pride parade will be led out by more than 70 LGBTQ organisations. File photograph: Getty Images

The weather gods are set to smile on Dublin Pride on Saturday when tens of thousands are expected to take to the streets to mark the city’s 26th annua(...)

Despite Ireland’s economic recovery and uncertainty over Brexit, Irish people continue to move across the Irish Sea in large numbers. Although the num(...)

 Brian Fenton in the new Dublin jersey: “From a management point of view they never address twos-in-a-row, threes-in-a-rows, fours-in-a-rows.” Photograph: Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

Just a few hours before the first shots are fired in the 2019 championship with the provincial draws in RTÉ, a number of Dublin players came to the he(...)

Aaron and Craig Keighery in Ballinasloe, Co Galway, ahead of Sunday’s final. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Gerry the GAA giant had tears rolling down his painted face as he stood surveying the townlands around Galway’s Rahoon on Friday morning. It wasn’t (...)

Kerry’s Sean O’Shea and Stephen O’Brien celebrate after the Munster final victory over Cork. Their next outing is against Galway at Croke Park. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Without undue fanfare we’ve reached the halfway point of the most radically altered championship in at least 17 years. Ironically, considering the fe(...)

The GAA  has nothing to fear from discussion amongst its members of proposals, however radical they may be.

The GAA has in recent decades been fairly partial to contemplating the future. If we go back nearly 50 years to the McNamee Commission, which report(...)

GAA Finance Director, Tom Ryan. Photograph: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

The GAA has defended the policy in relation to the inclusion of top salaries in its annual accounts. Under FRS (Financial Reporting Standard) 102, acc(...)

 Pictured at   Enterprise Town launch in Birr Co Offaly were  David Merriman,  Bank of Ireland, Owen Finn, Shannonbridge Pottery, Mary Walsh-Kinsella , Castle Courtyard Cafe and Kevin Mahon  My Tee Print and Embroidery. Photograph: Seán Curtin/True Media

Bank of Ireland plans to invest more than €1.2 million this year on its Enterprise Town programme, which is being expanded to include 120 locations a(...)

In the margins: Barry Murphy, Gary Cooke and Risteárd Cooper in the new series of Après Match of the Day. Photograph: RTÉ

The sheer unlikelihood that Après Match would become a national fixture has always suggested that the RTÉ Sports Department was ahead of its time – ev(...)

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