Dublin & Galway face inquiry over Fenway brawl
Galway and Dublin players may yet face punishment for the melée which tarnished their 'Hurling Classic' clash in Fenway Park last Sunday.Liam Kearns appointed Tipperary football manager
Liam Kearns has been appointed as the new Tipperary senior football manager.Limerick's Lucey calls time on inter-county days
Stephen Lucey has hung up his Limerick jersey after an dual inter-county career consisting of 67 championship games.Dunphy: Hurling brawlers should go 'cage-fighting'
Eamon Dunphy says there is no place in sport for the brawl that erupted during the hurling clash between Galway and Dublin, and that if people want to engage in that sort of behaviour they should take up cage-fighting.Ireland hold on for Rules win over Australia
Ireland held off a late surge by Australia to regain the Cormac McAnallen cup at a freezing Croke Park.Kernan: Rules opportunity for low-profile players
Joe Kernan says the door is always open to players from so-called weaker counties to represent Ireland in the International Rules series.Harte: Fenway Park brawl just 'heat of battle'
Galway's Aidan Harte has played down a melée that erupted on the field during the 'Hurling Classic' between his side and Dublin at Fenway Park in Boston on Sunday night.Johnstownbridge lift All-Ireland junior title
Johnstownbridge led from start to finish on the way to winning the AIB All-Ireland Junior Club camogie title at Kinnegad but needed a 60th-minute goal from player of the match Louise Codd, followed by two points from the excellent Siobhán Hurley, to finally kill off a gritty Athleague by 2-10 to 0-.AUDIO: Bloody Sunday commemorated
RTÉ Sport's Darren Frehill looks back on the tragic events which marred the challenge match between Dublin and Tipperary on 21 November 1920.Kernan predicts bright future for 'exciting' Rules
Joe Kernan claimed Ireland's entertaining International Rules victory at Croke Park breathed life into the game and admitted he'd love to take the reins for a rematch with the Australians next year.