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The former Cork manager has decided to leave his position as boss of the Limerick senior hurling team
For anyone who loves a good first touch - Olivier Giroud's strike for Arsenal against West Ham springs to mind - here's some sublime skill from the Allianz Hurling League earlier on Sunday.
The Premier County triumphed 2-23 to 2-17 at the Gaelic Grounds.
The Cats triumphed 1-16 to 0-15 at the Gaelic Grounds.
Brolly has taken to Twitter after reading Cusack's piece in the Irish Examiner.
Very interesting stuff.
One of the all-time greats has hung up his hurl.
Comments made by the Mayo midfielder are quoted in The Irish Examiner today and they make for very interesting reading for GAA fans.
The GAA tune of the year has arrived in April. Hats off to Costello, Captain Moonlight, Linco, Reece, and Temper-Mental MissElayneous, this is great.
The man has a dinger of a left foot on him, that’s for sure.
It's going to be a case of double D (steady) in the National League Final in a fortnight's time after Derry and Dublin progressed to the decider with victories over Mayo and Cork respectively today.
How do you beat the Dubs at Croke Park? Two goals within the first seven minutes is a good way of going about it.
Harsh call, or was the referee right to give the Derry midfielder his marching orders?
Much like winter, the Championship is coming. Get ready for a battle lads.
JOE caught up with Dublin midfielder and reigning Footballer of the Year Michael Darragh Macauley for a chat about the upcoming clash with Cork, the Samsung Night Run, Sky Sports' deal with the GAA and scoring goals karate kick style.
As if the failure to cover up his arse wasn’t embarrassing enough…
Fair play to the supporters of New Ross school Good Counsel, they gave their side some support during their All-Ireland win at the weekend.
Incisor reporting here from Ed McGreal.
The Kildare native returned home from a stint with AFL side Port Adelaide recently but will be one of 11 players from across Ireland taking part in trials in London this week.
A year ago we featured Cordal GAA's pitch, calling it the worst surface in the GAA. The Kerry club have done an amazing job to turn it into a beautiful playing surface today.
Gallery: The best pictures from Croke Park as Derry and Dublin progress to the National League Final View Gallery