Cian Lynch: Limerick happy with underdog tag
Limerick's boy wonder Cian Lynch admits that the Shannonsiders are going into the Lion's den when they face Clare in this evening's Bord Gáis Energy Munster U21 hurling final at Cusack Park, Ennis.Tipperary ready to banish memories of last year
Joanne Ryan has revealed how the Tipperary camogie team have bounced back from the nightmare of last season.Kilkenny's Jackie Tyrrell to leave hospital today
Kilkenny defender Jackie Tyrrell is expected to be discharged from hospital today after undergoing surgery to repair a stress fracture to his ankle suffered in training.McGrath: Fermanagh must attack against Dublin
Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath is not expecting his side to completely park the bus against Dublin in Sunday's All-Ireland quarter-final at Croke Park.O'Driscoll hits out at critics as Cuthbert departs
Cork footballer Colm O'Driscoll has blasted critics of departing manager Brian Cuthbert, who vacated his position from the county side following the Rebels' Championship exit.Camogie Association offer play-off to defuse row
Dublin and Clare have accepted the Camogie Association's offer of a play-off on Saturday for a place in the senior championship quarter-finals, with the winner due to play the quarter-final tie just two days later.Dublin and Clare boycott Camogie 'coin-toss'
The future of this season's All-Ireland senior camogie championship is in question after Dublin and Clare both pulled out of today's drawing of lots for a place in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.Brian Cuthbert steps down as Cork manager
The Cork County Board are on the hunt for a new football manager following the news that Brian Cuthbert has called time on his reign with the Rebels.VIDEO: Paul Brady's five-in-a-row dream
Cavan's Paul Brady is aiming for an unprecedented fifth consecutive world handball title at next month's World Championships in Calgary, Canada while Antrim's Aisling Reilly is going for two in a row.Dublin & Clare to learn fate on Wednesday
The Camogie Association has confirmed that a drawing of lots will take place on Wednesday to decide whether Dublin or Clare progress to meet Wexford in the All-Ireland quarter-finals.