Offaly appoint Kirwan as senior camogie manager

Offaly Camogie have announced the appointment of Paddy Kirwan as their senior manager for 2017.

Inter-provincials 'in a coma'

Connacht manager John Tobin believes that Croke Park must make a decision on the future of the inter-provincials as they are 'in a coma'.

Kenny spreading gospel to craft Camogie's growth

Brendan Kenny speaks with an infectious enthusiasm. It becomes clear very quickly why he was appointed as a Growth and Participation Officer by the Camogie Association.

'Hard work' the secret of Dervan's late bloom

Sarah Dervan is laughing. Those that know her will tell you she does a lot of that, and not in a reserved fashion either, but more in a manner that is real, unaffected and completely lacking in self-consciousness.

Jordan: gender quotas not feasible for GAA

Tyrone chairperson Roisin Jordan says gender quotas are not currently practical for the GAA.

Littlewoods Ireland unveiled as new GAA sponsor

Littlewoods Ireland was today unveiled as a new top tier partner of both the Gaelic Athletic Association and the Camogie Association.

NUI Maynooth victorious in Marino camogie blitz

On November 16 last in St. Vincent's GAA club, four colleges competed for the inaugural Marino Institute of Education camogie blitz competition with NUI Maynooth narrowly beating Marino in the penultimate game of the blitz to win the silverware.

"This one's even better" - Eimear Hurley

You never forget the first but second time around was even better as far as Eimear Hurley was concerned.

Camogie: Johnstownbridge make it two-in-a-row

Johnstownbridge held off a late surge from Scariff/Ogonnelloe to retain their AIB All-Ireland junior camogie title at St Brendan's Park, Birr.

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker

This weekend was the turn of the small ball code to take centre stage.

2017 All-Ireland camogie championship draws

Holders Kilkenny are set to meet Galway in the group stages of the 2017 All-Ireland senior camogie championship which was drawn this evening.

Scariff-Ogonnelloe v O'Connells Tullysaran AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Championship Semi-F

IT WAS all too easy for Scariff-Ogonnelloe as they won the first of the two AIB All-Ireland Junior Club Semi-Finals with consummate ease at TEG Cusack Park in Mullingar.

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker

Football took centre stage this afternoon as we had quarter-finals and semi-finals down for decision in all four provinces.

Camogie: Burgess-Duharra and Gailltir scoop provincial success

Burgess-Duharra are celebrating this evening following their 2-10 to 0-6 Munster Senior Camogie Club final victory over Inniscarra of Cork at Cahir earlier today.

Camogie All-Stars: A night to remember for Kilkenny

All-Ireland Senior champions Kilkenny dominated the 2016 All-Stars team sponsored by Liberty Insurance, taking eight places on this year's selection presented by Camogie Association President Catherine Neary at the Citywest Hotel last night.