Ireland and Australia get to grips with each other during the last International Rules series in 2017. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

The AFL and the GAA have confirmed that two, two-Test International Rules Series will be played in both Ireland and Australia. The first series (...)

Tyrone manager Mickey Harte celebrates at the final whistle of their semi-final win over Monaghan with Ronan McNamee. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

When Tyrone full back Ronan McNamee picked up a yellow card midway through the second half of the All-Ireland semi-final against Monaghan, he probably(...)

Joe Kernan has criticised the refereeing in Ireland’s second test defeat to Australia. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Ireland manager Joe Kernan has criticised the match officials in Saturday’s second international rules test in Perth. Although he accepted that the be(...)

The Australian team pose with the Cormac McAnallen trophy after winning game two and the seriesagainst  Ireland at Domain Stadium  in Perth, Australia. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images

Australia 53 [0-15-8] Ireland 50 [2-10-8] - Australia win series 2-0 As the curtain came down on the 2017 series and Australia celebrated regaining t(...)

Paul Geaney with Sean Powter arrive in Melbourne. Photo: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Ireland’s international rules squad arrived in Melbourne on Monday evening for a couple of days’ preparation before heading to Adelaide for Sunday’s f(...)

Armagh’s Niall Grimley in action against Seán Cavanagh of Tyrone in the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals at Croke Park at the start of August. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Ireland manager Joe Kernan has added Armagh’s Niall Grimley and Seán Powter of Cork to the international rules panel for November’s Tests in Australia(...)

Tyrone’s Cormac McAnallen lifts the Sam Maguire after the All-Ireland final victory over Armagh in 2003. ©INPHO/Patrick Bolger

There is a passage at the end of the 15th chapter of Dónal McAnallen’s book on his brother Cormac that jumps off the page like a spatter of oil from a(...)

James McCartan says that a good barometer of how his teams were doing at the end of the match was where he was to be found on the field. He recalls ho(...)

Cathal Joyce had just finished his warm-up  at Cusack Park, in Mullingar, when  he collapsed at the side of the pitch – the 25-year-old had suffered a cardiac arrest

Cathal Joyce had just finished his warm-up for the inter-county semi-final between Athlone GAA and Rosemount GAA of Co Westmeath at Cusack Park, in Mu(...)

 CJ Standers wears the number 24 jersey in tribute to the late Anthony Foley for the province’s European  Champions Cup match against Glasgow at Thomond Park in October. Photograph: Inpho

Munster’s devastating 38-0 victory over Leicester at the weekend was a spectacular display of controlled aggression, skill and style. It was the first(...)

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