Earley opposed to indigenous Aussie team idea
Ireland's International Rules manager Paul Earley says Australia shouldn't field an indigenous team.
McEniff: time to get tough with the Aussies
Brian McEniff says the GAA should tell the Aussies to "pull their socks up".
Kilkenny retains Dublin dream
Ciaran Kilkenny still hopes to pull on the Dublin jersey again.
Brown challenges Tuohy
Carlton assistant coach Gavin Brown has thrown the gauntlet down to Zach Tuohy.
Walsh won't feature in Grand Final
Tommy Walsh is set to miss out on playing in the AFL Grand Final tomorrow.
Walsh given chance to impress
Tommy Walsh returns to the Sydney Swans team this weekend.
Walsh to make AFL debut?
Tommy Walsh could make his AFL debut this weekend.
Kennelly pays tribute to "trailblazer" Stynes
Tadhg Kennelly has revealed how Jim Stynes inspired him to play Australian Rules.
GAA planning Saturday tribute to Stynes
The GAA have confirmed that they are in the process of organising a tribute to the late Jim Stynes, which will take place during the Allianz FL game between Dublin and Donegal at Croke Park this Saturday.
Video: Tributes pour in for Jim Stynes
Tadhg Kennelly and Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard are among those who have paid tribute to Jim Stynes, who passed away at the age of 45.
IRS future far from certain
Páraic Duffy has admitted that the International Rules Series between Ireland and Australia could come to an end unless it performs to certain expectations.
Kennelly assisting as AFL eyes more GAA talent
AFL scouts will be on the hunt for more young GAA talent tomorrow (Wednesday).
Walsh revelling in Sydney surrounds
Tommy Walsh is enjoying the build-up to the new AFL season with Sydney Swans.
Tohill blasts IRS official
Ireland manager Anthony Tohill was unhappy with the display of one of the match officials in the second Test of this year's International Rules series against Australia.
O'Dwyer says IRS is a 'Mickey Mouse' event
Legendary manager Mick O'Dwyer believes the IRS has lost credibility.
Aussies impressed by Walsh
The Australian media have cited Tommy Walsh as one of the few success stories of this year's International Rules series.
Media career beckons for Kennelly
Tadhg Kennelly looks set to pursue a career in the Australian media after announcing his AFL retirement last August.
Tohill hails Melbourne win as "most complete performance"
Ireland manager Anthony Tohill has hailed his team's first Test display in Melbourne last week as the "most complete performance" by an Irish side in International Rules history.
Aussies won't pull out - Duffy
GAA Director General Paraic Duffy says the AFL will commit to the next International Rules series in 2013.
Reaction: Tohill "relieved" players can walk away
Ireland manager Anthony Tohill says he is "relieved" that he can bring home a healthy squad after today's fiery IRS second Test threatened to boil over.
Reaction: Eade congratulates Irish squad
Australia manager Rodney Eade had no excuses today after his side's 50-29 second Test defeat to Ireland at the Metricon Stadium.
IRS FT: Ireland run out comfortable winners
Ireland got their hands on the Cormac McAnallen trophy after a comfortable victory over a limited Australian side in front of just 12,545 spectators.
Bolton puts scare behind him
Emmet Bolton says he hopeful of playing in tomorrow's second Test against Australia in the Gold Coast, despite having been stretchered off last week in Melbourne.
Boylan backs under-fire series
Sean Boylan has urged the GAA not to abandon the under-fire International Rules series.
Ireland ready to take the hits, says Glynn
Leighton Glynn says Ireland will be well prepared for Australia if they decide to adopt a more physical approach in tomorrow's second Test in the Gold Coast.