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Cork’s Brian Hurley: “I’d love to play against Meath but that’s down to management and hopefully I’ll be going well enough for it.” Photograph: Inpho

Brian Hurley doesn’t sugar-coat his response, looking back on the serious injury that terminated his season last summer, as Cork footballers were gett(...)

David Fitzgerald, now Wexford manager, at the launch of the Allianz League. People felt his reign in Clare had come to a natural end. Photograph: Seb Daly/Sportsfile

It’s now two decades since hurling’s ‘Revolution Years’, to borrow author Denis Walsh’s phrase, and what has cast the mid-90s into such stark relief h(...)

Séamus Hickey (centre) with new Gaelic Players Association chief executive Dermot Earley (right) at a press conference yesterday. Hickey is the new chairman while  Seán Murphy is a member of the selection committee. Photograph: Sportsfile

Séamus Hickey expects Limerick to shake off last Sunday’s hammering at the hands of Cork when they take on Clare in Sixmilebridge on Wednesday night. (...)

Kerry’s James O’Donoghue gets his kick away with James Loughrey and Conor Dorman of Cork in pursuit. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Kerry 1-13 Cork 1-9 Kerry stripped Cork of the McGrath Cup when qualifying for the final after an impressive win in Mallow on Sunday. The Kingdom(...)

Cork City  manager John Caulfield: “We want to get back to winning ways and finish the season on a high before the cup final.”   Photograph:  Eóin Noonan/Sportsfile

Having seen his side beaten in Inchicore on Monday night, Cork City manager John Caulfield says he is now looking beyond the end of the league season(...)

Cork’s Annie Walsh consoles Dublin’s Niamh McEvoy after the women’s All-Ireland football Final at Croke Park. Photograph: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile

The #ChangeTheRecord campaign worked a treat, with a crowd of 34,445 turning up at Croke Park, the highest attendance ever for the women’s football Al(...)

Dublin’s Noelle Healy is pursued by Cork’s Aisling Barrett in the All-Ireland women’s football final in 2014. This season is 25-year-old Barrett’s ninth year on the Dublin panel. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

“They’re only human,” insists Noelle Healy, “they’re not this unstoppable force.” But there will have been times through the past 11 years, when Cork (...)

Dublin manager Gerry McGill. Photograph: R yan Byrne/Inpho

The Dublin team bus was late on the day of the 2010 All-Ireland final day. Manager Gerry McGill wanted his team in Croke Park at least an hour ahead (...)

Kilkenny’s Lydia Phelan and Angela Kenneally celebrate after the All-Ireland camogie championship final at Croke Park. Photo: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Some of this Kilkenny panel weren’t even born in 1994, but the year had hung over them like a dirty grey cloud. While Cork had feasted on 10 senior Al(...)

 Monaghan players celebrate their quarter-final win over Kerry. Photograph: Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

Monaghan 6-17 Kerry 1-16 Seven unanswered points coming up to half-time were the catalyst as Monaghan eased clear of Kerry the second half of their T(...)

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