Lotto Results Week 136 (12/08/2018)
Fresh from a 2 point victory over St Clarets a week ago, our senior men's team are back in action this weekend as they take on Wandsworth Gaels on Saturday 18th August at 2:00pm in Greenford.
A devastating second half performance saw Dublin cruise past Galway by 1-24 to 2-12 in today's clash at Croke Park.
Today was the start of the penultimate stage of the All-Ireland senior and minor football championships.
It's All-Ireland football semi-final weekend and in total there are six live games to watch.
THE remaining semi-final slots are up for grabs this weekend in the TG4 All-Ireland senior and intermediate championships, while the identities of the junior semi-finalists will be revealed.
With the school summer holidays upon us, the youth side of the club take a well-deserved break.
The GAA has announced that Nowlan Park is the winner of the 2018 County Pitch of the Year Award.
No fixtures for the Senior Team in August with all eyes now firmly focused on Round 1 of the Championship
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that attending live gaelic football and hurling matches is on his bucket list.
In the last couple of weeks our seniors were unfortunately relegated to division 3 after a defeat 5-11 to 1-3 against Garryowen.
Holders Galway scraped over Clare at the second attempt and now have an All-Ireland SHC final date with Limerick to look forward to. Check out our team of the week...
And then there were four - Dublin, Galway, Tyrone and Monaghan are still standing in this year's All-Ireland SFC following the completion of the Super 8s. Here's our football team of the week...
Sean Cavanagh was a proud man after watching Tyrone banish 'the ghosts of Ballybofey' and book an All-Ireland semi-final ticket in fine style...
"People were saying we didn't perform and stuff like that. But only being behind once in an All-Ireland semi-final over two games just shows the character we have."
What a way to spend the Bank Holiday Sunday as we brought you what was an exciting Match Tracker.
This afternoon, we had the latest edition of our live text commentary.
St Brendan's will become the first ever British side to compete at the GAA Continental Youth Championships in Boston.
It's going to be a massive August Bank Holiday weekend of GAA.
This weekend marks the centenary of Gaelic Sunday with commemorative events planned by GAA clubs across Ireland and abroad. The anniversary will also be marked by a special colour parade at Croke Park.
Dublin have lost just two championship matches in the last eight seasons and their scoring stats are nothing short of remarkable.
Check out who made our hurling team of the week following two absorbing penultimate stage encounters...
Now that we've had time to catch our breath, here's a round-up of the best of the twitter reaction to the weekend's incredible entertainment...
Wednesday saw our senior men's team journey up to Greenford to take on St Brendan's in the intermediate league.
"Hype is for the supporters. Right? We have our own objectives, our own goals, our own work."
Harlesden Harps open their VGC Services Intermediate Football Championship when they take on Taras in the first round.
There was only one game for McCurtains last weekend as the Hurlers took on Fulham Irish in the League.
It has been a very good two weeks for the club. On Thurs 19th July we got our championship campaign off to a winning start vs Granuaile 0-19 to 1-10
Lotto draw winners; Calum Crowley (TCG Juniors) Olly Hayes (TCG ) Brendan Freil (TCG) No Jackpot winners. Jackpot stands at £2,250
Last year's beaten finalists and one of the favourites to land the title this time around, Tyrone, will face Wexford in the TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Football Championship quarter-finals.
Clare substitute Jason McCarthy is the toast of the Banner County as his late score secured a 1-30 to 1-30 draw against Galway in a pulsating SHC semi-final at Croke Park this evening.
The Liam Miller tribute match saga has finally come to an end with confirmation that it will now take place in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.
Today saw the first of the All-Ireland SHC semi finals down for decision.
THE TG4 All-Ireland senior and intermediate quarter-final pairings will be decided over the weekend.
The pressures of inter-county management look to be really telling as there are no fewer than eleven inter-county managerial positions available and the season is not over yet.
The All-Ireland senior hurling championship returns to our screens this weekend as the race for the Liam MacCarthy Cup reaches the last four.
The 2018 M. Donnelly GAA All-Ireland Poc Fada Finals was officially launched by Uachtarán Cumann Lúthchleas Gael, John Horan in Croke Park today.
The furore regarding the Liam Miller Tribute match is being aimed solely at the door of the GAA at present and there is no doubt that the folks in Croke Park have not handled the issue well.