'Dour' Tyrone lack firepower in tight games, says Kelly
Tyrone's defeat by Mayo in Omagh this weekend highlighted the Ulster side's problems in putting up the scores needed to win close games, according to former Cork All-Ireland winner Paddy Kelly.Mayo remain in relegation dogfight despite dramatic win
Kevin McLoughlin scored a stoppage time winner for Mayo against Tyrone at Healy Park which means their Division fate will be decided in the final round of fixtures.Cavan boss McGleenan: 'I thought we had blown it'
Cavan manager Mattie McGleenan was delighted with the dramatic late rally from his side that secured a point in their Allianz Fooball League clash against Kerry.Kilkenny to test Model momentum in hurling last eight
Division 1B winners Wexford will face Kilkenny at Nowlan Park in the quarter-finals of Division 1 of the Allianz Hurling League.Kingston happy to see composed Cork reach quarter-final
Kieran Kingston was delighted to see his Cork charges fend off Tipperary at Pairc Ui Rinn but refused to read too much into victory over the All-Ireland champions.McGrath delighted to dispel spectre of relegation
Waterford manager Derek McGrath admitted he may have been downplaying his relegation concerns prior to the victory over Clare that ensured his side can now look forward to an Allianz hurling league quarter-final.Colm O'Neill sparkles as Cork ease relegation fears
Cork took a major step toward Allianz Division Two safety thanks to a sublime display from star forward Colm O'Neill who hit 0-11 in a four point victory over Derry in Celtic Park.Ladies football: Cork push clear in Division 1
Eimear Scally's second half penalty proved crucial as holders Cork took the chance to move three points clear of Galway on top of Division 1 of the Lidl Ladies National Football League.Offaly save best until last to stay in 1B
Offaly's first win in Allianz HL Division 1B was enough to see them stay in the section as they accounted for Kerry at Austin Stack Park.Waterford's late sting condemns Clare to play-off
Waterford will face Galway in next weekend's National League quarter-finals after sucker-punching hosts Clare with a late Tom Devine goal this afternoon to snatch a 2-21 to 1-22 victory in Ennis.