The Galway team celebrates victory over Kilkenny in the All-Ireland senior camogie  final in  Croke Park. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

“Thank you, come again!” You have all heard Simpsons character Apu Nahasapeemapetilon in your head, right? While that catchphrase has become synonymou(...)

Cork’s Hannah Looney  celebrates with the O’Duffy Cup after winning the   2018 All-Ireland senior camogie  final against  Kilkenny at Croke Park. Photograph: Piaras Ó Mídheach/Sportsfile

Dual status is something that used to be hailed and lauded in the good old days. From a Cork perspective it used to be quite literally a gift from the(...)

Hurling: GAA welcomes ‘prestigious’ listing by Unesco

The sports of hurling and camogie have been granted special cultural status by the United Nations, along with Jamaican reggae and Chidaoba, a form of (...)

The GAA and AIB has signed a deal “that everybody is happy with”, says the bank’s chief marketing officer, Tom Kinsella. Photograph: Sam Barnes/SportsFile

AIB has renewed its “backing club and county” sponsorship links with the GAA until 2023 for an undisclosed sum, the bank announced on Monday. The five(...)

Martin Farragher:  referee Derek O’Mahony judged that Farragher  struck Moorefield’s Liam  Healy with his knee and issued a red card. Photograph: Inpho

Corofin full forward Martin Farragher will have to seek a hearing in a bid to clear him for next month’s All-Ireland club final. Farragher was controv(...)

The women’s Gaelic football and Camogie All-Ireland finals have been designated as “events of major importance to Irish society” and added to the list of sporting events that must be shown on free-to-air television. At the announcement on Wednesday  were Minister for Communications Denis Naughten, Camogie Association president Catherine Neary, Kilkenny’s Miriam Fribsy, Mayo’s Sarah Rowe, and Ladies Gaelic Football Association president Marie Hickey.

Camogie, football, rugby, hockey and golf. That was the agenda for women’s sports broadcasting over the last week. Sky Sports had wall-to-wall coverag(...)

Cork celebrate with the O’Duffy Cup after their victory in 2015. The All-Ireland camogie final has been designated free to air. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The All-Ireland senior women’s Gaelic football and camogie finals have been designated as free-to-air events for Irish television viewers. In a boost(...)

Stephen McGuinness, general secretary of Professional Footballers Association of Ireland (PFAI), says the association has seen ‘first-hand’ the issues that long-term injury cause former players. Photograph: ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

The Rugby Six Nations began with a bit of a whimper from Ireland, and at least some of the blame was placed on our injury woes, with Johnny Sexton sid(...)

Tipperary’s Sarah Fryday, Cork’s Amy O’Connor and Galway’s Rebecca Henelly at Croke Park for Thursday’s Camogie Championship launch. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho.

Camogie Association president Catherine Neary insists this year’s championship will run smoother than last season after moving to rectify a number of(...)

Gemma O’Connor gets away from Ursula Jacob in the All-Ireland camogie semi-final between Cork and Wexford at Semple Stadium in Thurles. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

In her 14 years playing for Cork, Gemma O’Connor has seen plenty of players come and go, but the changes since the county won last year’s All-Ireland (...)

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