Video: Joe Canning does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

We've seen many across the world taking part in the Ice Bucket Challenge for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou ...

#45 - Tipp defeat Cork, Hurling qualifiers and Harry & Podge's 2014 Championship experiences

Conor and Pearse are joined by new recruits Harry Kehoe of Wexford and Podge Collins of Clare. In this week's episode the lads ...

Report: Premier County reach September showpiece once again

So Kilkenny have opponents for the 2014 All-Ireland final and it is a side they will be only too familiar with. Tipperary ...

Video: Joe Canning does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

By Conor Donnelly on Aug 201

#45 - Tipp defeat Cork, Hurling qualifiers and Harry & Podge's 2014

By Conor Donnelly on Aug 192

Report: Premier County reach September showpiece once again

By Mike Kelly on Aug 193

Video: Joe Canning does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

August 20, 2014 at 11:57 am
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We’ve seen many across the world taking part in the Ice Bucket Challenge for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Well now it’s the turn of one of the biggest stars in the GAA. See Joe Canning do his bit for the cause below. You can text “MND” to 50300 to donate €2 to the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association. Listen to the latest GAA Scores podcast with Podge Collins and Harry Kehoe “Tipp defeat Cork, Hurling qualifiers and Harry & Podge’s 2014 Championship experiences”  

#45 – Tipp defeat Cork, Hurling qualifiers and Harry & Podge’s 2014 Championship experiences

August 19, 2014 at 11:24 pm
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Conor and Pearse are joined by new recruits Harry Kehoe of Wexford and Podge Collins of Clare. In this week’s episode the lads look at Tipperary’s 2-18 to 1-11 semi final win over Cork, the advantages and disadvantages of the back door as well as the 2014 campaigns for Wexford and Clare. Find the lads on Twitter here @conorjdonnelly, @CorcoranPearse, @HarryKehoe1 and @PodgeCollins. As ever – email info@gaascores.com or tweet @GAAscores for all your comments. You can also subscribe to us on iTunes. Enjoy!

Report: Premier County reach September showpiece once again

August 19, 2014 at 10:11 pm
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So Kilkenny have opponents for the 2014 All-Ireland final and it is a side they will be only too familiar with. Tipperary defeated Cork on Sunday by ten points to set up the fourth All-Ireland final between the age old rivals since 2009, and the sixth meeting in six years between the sides. Tipperary were immense at times yesterday, particularly in midfield and the full back line, two of Cork’s most important attackers this season Alan Cadogan and Patrick Cronin being substituted at the same time tells you all about that, as they simply blew Cork away with high tempo […]

Life of Brian likely to cast long shadow over Kilkenny’s future

August 19, 2014 at 10:39 am
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When Sir Alex Ferguson finally left Manchester United last May after a 26-year spell as manager that yielded a total of 38 trophies, you didn’t have to be a genius to see that it was going to be a difficult act to follow. However, someone new needed to come in and fans, players and club staff alike crossed their fingers and hoped the succession wouldn’t be too painful. The result, in the shape of the 2013/2014 season, was probably more disastrous than anybody at the club could have envisaged. Poor home defeats, a general lack of shape and an inability […]

Video: Donal Og Cusack has his say on Cork GAA Coaching structure

August 18, 2014 at 9:12 am
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Last night on the Sunday Game, Donal Og Cusack took the opportunity to air his feelings regarding the coaching structure in his native county. The “two pitches” as well as the number of development officers got a mention as Cusack lamented the lack of underage success for the Rebel Hurlers. Cork U21s haven’t won an All-Ireland title since 1998, whereas the Minors last gained national honours in 2001. Video via Paddy O’Paddy All-Ireland Champion Podge Collins joins the GAA Scores Podcast team Wexford Hurler Harry Kehow joins the GAA Scores Podcast team Latest Podcast: Donegal v Armagh and Dublin v Monaghan […]

All-Ireland Champion Podge Collins joins the GAA Scores Podcast team

August 16, 2014 at 7:52 pm
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We are delighted to announce that All-Ireland winner, Podge Collins, has joined the podcast team here at GAA Scores. The 2013 All-Star star will join regulars, Conor Donnelly and Pearse Corcoran as well as new recruit Harry Kehoe, to present weekly Hurling shows in the lead up to the All-Ireland final. The weekly Hurling podcast will return next week with a review of Cork and Tipperary’s battle in the All-Ireland Semi Final. Find the lads on Twitter here @conorjdonnelly, @CorcoranPearse, @HarryKehoe1 and @PodgeCollins. You can find the rest of our podcasts here. As ever – email info@gaascores.com or tweet @GAAscores for all your comments. You can also subscribe to us on iTunes.

Preview: Rebels to return to All-Ireland

August 15, 2014 at 9:48 am
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All-Ireland Hurling Semi-Final: Cork vs Tipperary, Croke Park Sunday  17th at 2:45pm. It’s an all Munster semi-final in the hurling championship this weekend as Provincial champions Cork take on quarter-final winners and neighbours Tipperary in Croke Park. Tipperary has had a comfortable time in the hurling championship with wins over Offaly (5-25 to 1-20), Galway (3-25 to 4-13) and Dublin (2-23 to 0-16). They have shown their full capability on numerous occasions, Full Forward Seamus Callanan on excellent form in both league and championship and is always a scoring threat around the goals. Cork’s twenty-one year old Alan Cadogan has […]

Wexford Hurler Harry Kehoe joins the GAA Scores Podcast team

August 14, 2014 at 9:54 pm
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We are delighted to announce that Harry Kehoe has joined the podcast team here at GAA Scores. The Wexford Hurling star will add his expertise and analysis, joining Conor Donnelly and Pearse Corcoran, to present weekly Hurling shows in the lead up to the All-Ireland final. The weekly Hurling podcast will return next week with a review of Cork and Tipperary’s battle in the All-Ireland Semi Final. Find the lads on Twitter here @conorjdonnelly, @CorcoranPearse and new signing @HarryKehoe1. You can find the rest of our podcasts here. As ever – email info@gaascores.com or tweet @GAAscores for all your comments. You can also subscribe to us on iTunes. Kehoe netted a memorable goal […]

Armagh boss Paul Grimley resigns

August 13, 2014 at 11:25 am
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Armagh Manager Paul Grimley has today resigned from Armagh Senior football manager Grimly met with county board members on Monday night, following a narrow defeat to Donegal in an All-Ireland quarter final. In this meeting he told officials he will not be continuing as manager for a third term. There has been no comment from Armagh county board nor Paul Grimley It seems that developments have been made for Kieran McGeeney to take over for next year. The GAA Scores podcast is back with a bang as we review the All-Ireland SFC Quarter Finals from the weekend which saw Donegal […]

Weekend Review: Cats scrape through while Dubs march on

August 12, 2014 at 9:53 am
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All-Ireland Football Championship Quarter Finals Donegal 1-12 Armagh 1-11 Dublin 2-22 Monaghan 0-11 All-Ireland Hurling Championship Semi Final Kilkenny 2-13 Limerick 0-17 By Mike Kelly The first of our All-Ireland finalists for 2014 have been revealed and unsurprisingly Brian Cody and his Kilkenny side have made their way back to the top table of hurling and lie in wait of either of their two biggest rivals, Cork or Tipperary. Not many people will have been surprised at the victory for Kilkenny over Limerick but many may have been shocked at the nature of the win. It was a really hard fought […]