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Declan Bonner: his Donegal team are unable to fulfil a McKenna Cup fixture on Sunday. Photograph: Evan Logan/Inpho

Here we are, in the dark depths of early January and great is the wailing of unhappiness emanating from the world of the GAA. Brexit will, in time, c(...)

 Ballyhale manager Henry Shefflin during the Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship final against James Stephens.  Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The falling of the year naturally gives itself to elegy and if the Irish reputation is for dealing well with death, the GAA epitomises it. All around (...)

Brendan Maher lifting the Liam MacCarthy cup after Tipperary beat Kilkenny in the 2019 All-Ireland final. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The Gaelic Writers Association awards, sponsored by Sky Sports, were presented at the association’s annual dinner on Friday night, with Dublin footbal(...)

Rian O’Neill scores a goal for Armagh in the victory over Monaghan at Clones. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Echoes of the past in Castlebar this Saturday. The later rounds of the All-Ireland football qualifiers are no longer simply about staying afloat but c(...)

Eamon Devlin of Dev-Oil on Concession Road. Photograph: Alan Betson

The N53 Castleblayney to Dundalk road slices through the southern tip of Co Armagh. Travelling from Monaghan, the road enters Northern Ireland where (...)

Mayo’s Keith Higgins closes in on Dublin’s Dean Rock during last year’s final. Tyrone don’t have the faith that Mayo had last year in their defenders, because they don’t have that calibre of player. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

This week I sat down to watch the 2017 All-Ireland football final. Primarily it was to see if there was anything in Mayo’s performance that could give(...)

Leonard Enright (left) and Joe Kernan (right) have been inducted into the GAA Hall of Fame.

This year’s football induction to the GAA Hall of Fame is Armagh’s Joe Kernan (64), one of the best known and most influential people in the game. As (...)

Monaghan’s Jack McCarron with Ryan McCluskey of Fermanagh during last year’s Ulster SFC preliminary round. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

All-Ireland winning manager Joe Kernan has welcomed the Ulster Council’s decision to mitigate the impact of the province’s preliminary round by partia(...)

 Australia’s Robbie Tarrant spoils the mark for Aidan O’Shea in the second Test of the international rules series, which ended in two defeats for Ireland. Photograph:   Paul Kane/Getty Images

Australia 53 [0-15-8] Ireland 50 [2-10-8] Australia win series 2-0 The irony is that, as the international series continues to bob above the surface,(...)

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(...)

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