Former Derry minor star Conor Glass is set to return home next week after announcing his AFL retirement last month.
So sad to tell readers about the recent passing of two hurling greats from the late fifties/sixties, Kilkenny's Billy Dwyer and Clare's Liam Danaher
Mayo ladies star Sarah Rowe says uncertainty around the GAA season was part of her reason to committing to a third season with Collingwood in the AFLW.
Former Derry minor star Conor Glass says he's intent in pursing his love of Gaelic football after retiring from the AFL.
Conor Glass has announced his retirement from the AFL with immediate effect.
Zach Tuohy says life in the AFL "is not all rainbows and unicorns" for new players coming into the league.
Former Derry minor star Conor Glass could be on his way home after a four-year spell at AFL side Hawthorn.
AFL star Zach Tuohy says he'd love to return home to Laois and line-out with club and county someday.
Conor McKenna has taken a parting shot at the AFL media following his announcement that he will be retiring from the league with immediate effect.
Conor McKenna has opened up about his decision to retire from the AFL with immediate effect.
Conor McKenna has announced his intention to retire from the Australian Football League with immediate effect and return home to Ireland.
Mayo's Pearce Hanley has announced his retirement from the AFL at the age of 31.
Oisin McConville is not convinced that counties will voluntarily 'step aside' from inter-county action in the event of a coronavirus outbreak.
Former Meath minor star Conor Nash says the treatment of fellow Irish AFL star Conor McKenna by the Australian media earlier this summer "was pretty disgraceful".
Dublin midfielder Lauren Magee has become the latest Irish player to sign with an AFLW club for 2021 after putting pen to paper with Melbourne FC.
Aileen Gilroy has extended her stay with North Melbourne until the end of 2021 at least.
Galway defender John Daly has been ruled out for up to six months with a knee ligament injury.
The GAA reached a significant milestone today as competitive club matches returned for the first time since the Covid-19 lockdown.
Argideen Rangers, Ballinascarthy and St Oliver Plunketts will be able to resume activities this week after a Covid-19 scare.
So sad to report the death of Jack Charlton. A different sport but the Big Geordie was everybody's hero on this island.
Can you guess who these fresh faces are from Ireland's International Rules Series win over Australia in 1999? We've numbered the players from 1 to 14 in the picture below and now we're asking you to name each of them in our quiz!
The modern game has, in general and sadly so, seen the demise of the high fielder
Strange times these, no club finals on St. Patricks Day. But it did happen before
Former Dublin hurling star Mick Carton is the latest high profile sporting hero to have contracted this hideous disease
The GAA, Ladies Gaelic Football Association and Camogie Association have confirmed this afternoon that all activities at club and county level are to be suspended from midnight tonight (Thursday).
Former Tyrone star Conor McKenna has returned to Australia to link up with AFL side Essendon Bombers once more.
Conor McKenna's AFL club Essendon expect him to return to Australia as early as next week.
Kerry's 2017 All-Ireland MFC-winning goalkeeper Deividas Uosis is apparently set for a switch to the AFL.
Frank Burns says none of the Tyrone footballers would have a problem with Cathal McShane if he switches to the AFL.
Mickey Harte will be able to call upon the services of All-Star full-forward Cathal McShane for this year's championship.
Ray Connellan believes GAA players should pursue the AFL dream if such an opportunity arises.
Marty Clarke has rebuffed Mickey Harte's claims that GAA talent is being wooed to the AFL by "ex Gaelic players".
Owen Mulligan says a switch to the AFL could give Cathal McShane "a great head start in life".
"Jim rang John Costello early Saturday morning and he said he wanted to have a chat with him. And that was it … it was a bombshell to John Costello too."
Conor McKenna says he has no regrets over lining-out for his club Eglish in a recent league relegation play-off tie in Tyrone.
As hurling supporters across the globe get set for tomorrow's All-Ireland SHC final, two fans have already made their own final appearance this weekend some 10,000 miles away.
O'Brien Press have launched two fantastic GAA books as part of a new 'Great Irish Sports Stars' series.
Conor McKenna is making headlines in the AFL once again.