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Roscommon SFC Final: Historic success for Pearses

Roscommon Senior Football Championship Final PADRAIG PEARSES 2-10 ROSCOMMON GAELS 1-10 By Kevin Egan at Dr Hyde Park The bonfires will burn high and long into the night in the south west corner of county Roscommon after Pádraig Pearses recorded their first ever county Senior Football Championship victory in what

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Down SFC Final: Kilcoo win tight contest

Down Senior Football Championship Final KILCOO 1-12 WARRENPOINT 0-14 By Dan Bannon at Pairc Esler After a brief one year hiatus from the winning enclosure, Kilcoo are Down Senior Champions once again. The Magpies remarkably picked up their seventh title in eight years thanks to a Dylan Ward goal on

Cavan SFC Final: Glory for Castlerahan

Cavan Senior Football Championship Final CASTLERAHAN 1-9 RAMOR UNITED 0-10 By Paul Fitzpatrick at Kingspan Breffni Having lost three county finals in a row prior to winning their first-ever Cavan SFC title last year, Castlerahan were keen to make up for lost time and they duly did so in a

Clare SHC Final: Sixmilebridge claim silverware

Clare Senior Hurling Championship Final SIXMILEBRIDGE 0-21 CRATLOE 0-15 By Eoin Brennan at Cusack Park Sixmilebridge confirmed their status as the team of the decade in Clare after securing their fourth senior hurling title in seven years in front of 6.330 in Cusack Park, Ennis. After bridging an 11 year

Tyrone SFC Final: Trillick prevail over Errigal Ciaran

Tyrone Senior Football Championship Final TRILLICK ST MACARTANS 0-12 ERRIGAL CIARAN 2-4 By Michael Devlin at Healy Park Trillick St Macartans’ name is back on the O’Neill Cup as they overcame a disappointing Errigal Ciaran side at Healy park this afternoon to be crowned Tyrone county champions. After a flying

Waterford SHC Final: Ballygunner triumph again

Waterford Senior Hurling Championship Final BALLYGUNNER 1-24 DE LA SALLE 1-15 By Tomas McCarthy at Walsh Park A man of the match display from Dessie Hutchinson saw Ballygunner complete six Waterford SHC titles in a row this afternoon. In his first final, the former Brighton & Hove Albion soccer player

Westmeath SFC Final: Garrycastle stage dramatic comeback

Westmeath Senior Football Championship Final GARRYCASTLE 2-13 ST LOMAN'S 3-6 By Conor McKenna at TEG Cusack Park Garrycastle were crowned Westmeath Senior Football Champions, following a four point victory over St. Lomans, in a thrilling encounter. Garrycastle were eight points down at half time, but their second half performance was

Offaly SFC Final: Ferbane defeat Rhode

Offaly Senior Football Championship Final FERBANE 2-13 RHODE 0-14 By Brian Lowry at Bord Na Mona O'Connor Park Cian Johnson produced the magic in the second half as Ferbane came back from five points down with 20 minutes to go to win by five and land the Dowling cup for

Mayo SHC Final: Tooreen retain title

Mayo Senior Hurling Championship Final TOOREEN 0-18 CASTLEBAR MITCHELS 1-13 By Colm Gannon at Elverys MacHale Park Tooreen claimed their 30th Mayo senior title and third in a row after seeing off a sticky challenge form underdogs Castlebar Mitchels by just two points at the end of a tough encounter.

Antrim SFC Final replay: Cargin edge thriller

Antrim Senior Football Championship Final replay CARGIN 3-16 LAMH DHEARG 0-23 By David Mohan at Corrigan Park Cargin made it back-to-back Antrim Senior Football Championship titles, but they required a strong finish in the second period of extra-time to deny Lámh Dhearg on another day of high drama at Corrigan

Preview: This weekend's county football and hurling finals

Saturday 12 October Antrim SFC final replay Erin’s Own Cargin v Lamh Dhearg, Corrigan Park, 4pm There will be extra-time and penalties to decide this Antrim SFC Final replay if Lamh Dhearg and Erin’s Own Cargin are still deadlocked after another hour of football. Lamh Dhearg will feel they should

Timmy Creed's play 'Spliced' to tour GAA clubs

By John Harrington Actor Timmy Creed will bring his play ‘Spliced’ to a number of GAA clubs in the coming weeks and months. A talented hurler and footballer from Bishopstown in Cork, his play examines the duality and mental challenge of a being an individual who takes part in a

Uachtarán CLG John Horan extends sympathies to family and friends of Eamonn Burns

Uachtarán CLG John Horan has extended the sympathies of the Association to the family, friends, club and county teammates of former Down footballer Eamonn Burns following his sudden passing on Wednesday. The Uachtarán said: “It was with great sadness that I heard of the passing of Eamonn - a man

2020 Hurling Championships draws

The draws for the 2020 Munster and Leinster Senior Hurling Championships, the Joe McDonagh Cup, the Christy Ring Cup, the Nicky Rackard Cup, and the Lory Meagher Cup are all complete and can be downloaded at the bottom of this article. 2019 All-Ireland Champions, Tipperary, will begin the defence of

Eamonn Burns RIP

Down GAA pay tribute to the late Eamonn Burns Today the world of Down GAA has been rocked by the sad news that one of our most favourite sons Eamonn Burns has passed away suddenly. Eamonn was a double All Ireland Medal winner and a former County Senior Team Manager.

Donegal and Tyrone to clash in 2020 Ulster SFC Quarter-Finals

The draw for the 2020 Ulster Senior Football Championship has pitted great rivals Donegal and Tyrone against one another in the Quarter-Finals, with home advantage going to Donegal. Between them the two Ulster heavyweights have won nine of the last 11 provincial titles and the last four in a row.

WATCH: European Hurling and Camogie Finals take place in Dresden

The European Hurling and Camogie Finals took place in Dresden, Germany last weekend with over 250 players and 20 teams from all across Europe taking part. Those numbers testify to the growing popularity of Gaelic Games on continental Europe, as does the fact that so many teams were made up

Colin Kelly rolls back the years to win another club championship

By John Harrington Former Louth and Westmeath manager, Colin Kelly, proved there’s life in the old dog yet by helping his club Dreadnots win the Louth Junior 2B County Football Championship Final last weekend. Seven years after he’d last played a senior club championship match for the club, he laced

Mayo to play Leitrim in 2020 Connacht SFC quarter-finals

Mayo have been drawn to play Leitrim in the 2020 Connacht SFC Quarter-Finals. The two other quarter-final ties – London v Roscommon and New York v Galway – were already pre-determined before this morning’s draw. If reigning provincial champions Roscommon overcome London in their quarter-final they will then play the

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