Gaelic sports - football, hurling, camogie

Cratloe Focused on Making the Most of Their Opportunities

Cratloe captain Liam Markham has identified their first half dominance during Sundays win over Thurles Sarsfields as crucial to their victory.

Cody to Stay on for 17th Season

There's great news for Kilkenny fans this morning with confirmation that Brian Cody will stay on for a 17th season as Cats manager.

Busy day of Cumann na mBunscoil action in Cusack Park

There were six Cumann na mBunscoil Football Finals down for decision this afternoon in Cusack Park.

Feakle's Guilfoyles rues Cappoquin defeat

Feakle manager Tommy Guilfoyle says their defeat against Cappoquin is a difficult one to take.

Cratloe's "sweet" fairytale run continues

Cratloe manager Joe McGrath has likened Cratloes run in 2014 to being in a sweetshop without the owner.

Feakle Lose Out to Cappoquin

In the Munster Intermediate Hurling championship, Tommy Guilfoyles Feakle were beaten by the minimuim against Cappoquin of Waterford.

Cratloe Into Their First Munster Club Hurling Final

Cratloe will face Kilmallock in the Munster Club Hurling Final after the Clare champions overcame Thurles Sarsfields in their last four clash.

Cratloe fly into Munster Final against Sparrow's Kilmallock

Cratloe have qualified for a first ever Munster Club Hurling Final after beating Thurles Sarsfields this afternoon.

Eire Óg relieved to have captured U21 Football title

One of the Eire Óg selectors who led his team to back to back U21A Football titles admits it was a relief when the final whistle went.

Clare U21 A Football title up for grabs

The main event locally today is the U21A Football Final.