Roscommon play Cavan in the qualifiers. The draw was made on Monday morning. Photo: Inpho

The Round 2A Football Championship Draw and Round 1 Hurling Championship draw took place on Monday morning, throwing up some interesting fixtures. Ros(...)

Midleton’s Aidan Ryan will line out at full back for Cork in the Allianz Hurling League final against Waterford. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho.

Aidan Ryan is the surprise selection for Cork hurlers in this weekend’s hurling league final against Waterford. The Midleton player comes in at full b(...)

The GAA Finance Report Media Briefinghas shown that Hurling gate receipts in 2014 were higher than those of football. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Hurling championship gate receipts have opened a notable gap on football for the first time in GAA history, helping contribute to a €2m increase in to(...)

The Late Late Toy Show was Ireland’s most watched programme last year with an  average audience of 1,594,000.

A programme about toys presented by a man wearing a silly jumper topped the list of Ireland’s most-watched programmes in 2014. The Late Late Toy Show (...)

Dublin’s Eoghan McHugh is put under pressure by Kilkenny’s  Conor Delaney during Sunday’s Leinster minor hurling final at Croke Park. Photograph:Inpho

Kilkenny 2-19 Dublin 2-10 Kilkenny retained their Leinster Minor Hurling Championship title when comfortably overcoming a lacklustre Dublin by nine (...)

Dublin’s Michael Carton (left) and Séamus Prendergast of Waterford contest possession during Sunday’s Allianz Hurling League Division 1A relegation play-off at  Walsh Park. Photograph: Ken Sutton

It was a familiar refrain that percolated down from Dublin manager Anthony Daly to his players as they pored over the National Hurlin(...)

When Waterford were knocked out of the All Ireland Hurling Championship on Saturday, I was sickened. When I was knocked out of the All Ireland Snail E(...)

Kilkenny’s Michael Brennan celebrates his goal against Offaly in Tullamore last night. Photograph: Inpho

Kilkenny were forced to dig very deep before edging out a tremendously brave Offaly side in an enthralling semi-final in Tullamore last night.Trailing(...)

Ireland’s Alison Miller during the Six Nations game against France. The lack of sponsorship in women’s sport will be discussed at a conference tomorrow.

Call it a gathering, a meeting of the marginalised, the ignored and the sidelined. Women’s sport. It’s where the numbers who participate don’t seem to(...)

Carlow’s Dion Wall, David Galway, Darren Dalton and Laurence Kinsella celebrate their win over Dublin  at Parnell Park last night. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

CARLOW 1-13 DUBLIN 1-11: An injury-time goal from Marty Kavanagh handed Carlow a deserved two-point win over Dublin in their Bord Gáis Energy Leinster(...)