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Provisional Fixtures (Subject to Change): Sunday 21st May – (Quarter-Final) – Tipperary vs Cork (4pm Semple Stadium) Sunday 4th June – (Semi-Final) – Clare vs Limerick (4pm Semple Stadium) Sunday 18th June – (Semi-Final) – Cork/Tipperary vs Waterford (4pm Semple Stadium) Sunday 9th July – (FINAL) – (4pm – Venue TBC) The most sacred of all provincial championships, [..]

The battle for the Keegan Cup begins on May 17th. In 2016, Simonstown Gaels emerged as shock winners to take their first ever senior Meath championship. LiveGaelic.com sets the scene for 2017 and gives our thoughts on which teams will emerge: Format: - Eighteen teams compete in three groups of six in a round-robin series. - The top three teams from Group A advance to the quarter-finals al[..]

Provisional Fixtures (Subject to Change): Saturday 20th May – (Preliminary Round) – Monaghan vs Fermanagh (7pm St. Tiernach’s Park) Sunday 21st May – (Quarter-Final) – Donegal vs Antrim (4pm Ballybofey) Sunday 28th May – (Quarter-Final) – Derry vs Tyrone (2pm Celtic Park) Sunday 4th June – (Quarter-Final) – Down vs Armagh (2pm Pairc Esler) Sunday 11th June – (Qua[..]

Ulster Senior Football Championship – Saturday, 20th May – 7pm Clones GAVIN DOOGAN (Monaghan) The wing forward had a solid league campaign with his goal against Kerry being a top class effort. Monaghan came within reach of beating Dublin while they also picked up important victories including their opening day win over Mayo with Doogan nailing a crucial score. AIDAN BREEN (Ferman[..]

Saturday, 20th May – FERMANAGH vs MONAGHAN (Ulster Senior Football Championship – 7pm) Sunday, 21st May – MAYO vs SLIGO (Connacht Senior Football Championship – 2pm), CORK vs TIPPERARY (Munster Senior Hurling Championship) Sunday, 28th May – DERRY vs TYRONE (Ulster Senior Football Championship – 2pm), DUBLIN vs GALWAY (Leinster Senior Hurling Championship) Sunday, 4th [..]

The Dublin Senior Football Championship provides intrigue as the top players from the reigning All-Ireland champions clash for club supremacy. The straight knock-out format has already claimed major casualties with Ballyboden St. Enda’s, Clontarf and Templeogue Synge Street already out. Round Two will see more big names fall as St. Vincent’s face Na Fianna, St. Oliver Plunkett’s/Eogh[..]

1. AIDAN McCABE Aiden McCabe wants Kerry to make Leinster Championship impact https://t.co/QxruhfMqO6— Munster GAA (@MunsterGAA) April 23, 2017 2. BRYAN MURPHY - A regular on the Kerry starting team, he won a Ryan Cup with Causeway Comprehensive School and also has a Christy Ring Cup medal. 3. TOM MURNANE #GAA Tom Murnane of @KilmoyleyHC with @diarmuidlyng and @SeanKellyMEP[..]

Waterford and Kerry kick off the Munster Ladies Football Championship on May 13th in Fraher Field, Dungarvan commencing the race for the Brendan Martin Cup. Cork are chasing a seventh consecutive title and winning five leagues in succession. LiveGaelic.com looks at the runners and gives our assessment on how the championship will pan out: 1. CORK - (CHAMPIONS!!!) - Betting 10/11 - Even i[..]

Format: - Round 1 – 20 teams meet in an open draw. The 10 winners qualify for Round 2A. The losers proceed to Round 2B. - Round 2A – The 10 Round One winners meet in five ties. The five winners qualify for the preliminary quarter-finals. - Round 2B – The 10 Round One losers meet in five ties. The five winners qualify for Round Three. The five losers are eliminated and enter the rel[..]

There was genuine excitement and anticipation ahead of the Connacht Football Championship match between New York and Sligo as pundits and supporters across both sides of the Atlantic imagined a potential shock. Twelve months earlier, the American side were just one point shy of Division One’s Roscommon and the feeling was they’d strengthened ahead of their showdown with a team in Division T[..]