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GAA Fixtures – Football & Hurling – Leinster, Munster, Ulster and Connacht



We have a list of GAA Fixtures –GAA Fixtures – Football & Hurling 2021 – Leinster, Munster, Ulster and Connacht

Saturday 26 June

Munster SFC quarter-finals
Kerry v Clare, Fitzgerald Stadium, 7pm – Sky Sports
Limerick v Waterford, LIT Gaelic Grounds, 3pm – GAAGO

Connacht SFC quarter-final
Sligo v Mayo, Markievicz Park, 4.30pm – Sky Sports

Leinster SHC quarter-finals
Dublin v Antrim, Pairc Tailteann, 3pm – GAAGO
Laois v Wexford, UPMC Nowlan Park, 6pm – GAAGO

Joe McDonagh Cup round 1
Kildare v Carlow, Newbridge, 4pm
Kerry v Down, Tralee, 12.30pm

Christy Ring Cup round 1
Wicklow v Roscommon, Aughrim, 4pm

Nicky Rackard Cup round 1
Donegal v Mayo, Letterkenny, 1.30pm

Lory Meagher Cup round 1
Longford v Louth, Glennon Bros Pearse Park, 4pm

Ladies NFL Division 1 final
Cork v Dublin, Croke Park, 7.30pm – TG4

Ladies NFL Division 2 final
Kerry v Meath, Croke Park, 5pm – TG4

Ulster MFC 2020 semi-finals
Derry v Tyrone, Athletic Grounds, 1pm
Fermanagh v Monaghan, Kingspan Breffni, 3pm

Leinster MFC round 1
Westmeath v Louth, TEG Cusack Park, 12pm
Kildare v Longford, Newbridge, 12pm
Carlow v Wicklow, Netwatch Cullen Park, 12pm
Laois v Wexford, MW Hire O’Moore Park, 2pm


Sunday 27 June

Ulster SFC first round
Down v Donegal, Newry, 1pm – RTE/BBC

Munster SHC quarter-final
Waterford v Clare, Semple Stadium, 3.30pm – RTE

Leinster SFC first round
Offaly v Louth, Pairc Tailteann, 1.30pm – GAAGO
Carlow v Longford, Bord na Mona O’Connor Park, 4.30pm – GAAGO
Wicklow v Wexford, Aughrim, 3pm – GAAGO

Ladies NFL Division 3 final
Laois v Kildare, Baltinglass, 4pm – TG4 YouTube

Ladies NFL Division 4 final
Leitrim v Louth, St Tiernach’s Park, 2pm – TG4 YouTube
Tuesday 29 June

Leinster U20HC qualifier
Down v Antrim, Ballycran, 7.30pm

Wednesday 30 June

Leinster MFC 2020 final
Meath v Offaly, TEG Cusack Park, 7.30pm

Leinster MHC first round
Down v Antrim, Ballycran, 7.30pm
Friday 2 July 

All-Ireland MHC 2020 semi-final
Limerick v Galway, Ennis, 7.30pm – TG4

Ulster MFC 2020 final
Derry or Tyrone v Fermanagh or Monaghan, TBC, TBC
Saturday 3 July

Leinster SHC semi-finals
Galway v Dublin or Antrim, Portlaoise, 2pm
Kilkenny v Wexford or Laois, Portlaoise, 4.30pm

Munster SHC semi-final
Limerick v Cork, Semple Stadium, 7pm

Ulster SFC quarter-final
Monaghan v Fermanagh, Clones, 3.30pm

Joe McDonagh Cup round 2
Carlow v Westmeath, Netwatch Cullen Park, 3pm
Down v Meath, Ballycran, 3pm

Christy Ring Cup round 1
Roscommon v Derry, Dr Hyde Park, 3pm

Christy Ring Cup play-off
Sligo v Offaly, Markievicz Park, 3pm

Nicky Rackard Cup round 2
Mayo v Leitrim, Elvery’s McHale Park, 3pm

Nicky Rackard Cup play-off
Armagh v Tyrone, Athletic Grounds, 1.30pm

Lory Meagher Cup round 2
Louth v Monaghan, Darver, 7pm

Leinster MHC 2020 final
Kilkenny v Offaly, Portlaoise, TBC


Sunday 4 July

Munster SHC semi-final
Tipperary v Waterford or Clare, Páirc Uí Chaoimh or LIT Gaelic Grounds, 3.45pm

Ulster SFC quarter-final
Armagh v Antrim, Athletic Grounds, 3.30pm

Connacht SFC semi-final
Roscommon v Galway, Dr Hyde Park, 1.15pm

Leinster SFC quarter-finals
Kildare v Offaly or Louth, Portlaoise or Navan, TBC – GAAGO
Dublin v Wicklow or Wexford, Aughrim or Wexford Park, 3.30pm – GAAGO
Meath v Carlow or Longford, Tullamore or Navan, TBC – GAAGO
Laois v Westmeath, Tullamore, TBC – GAAGO

Lory Meagher Cup play-off
Cavan v Fermanagh, Kingspan Breffni, 1.30pm
Tuesday 6 July

All-Ireland U20B HC preliminary round
Sligo v Mayo, TBC. TBC
Saturday 10 July

Munster SFC semi-finals
Cork v Limerick or Waterford, LIT Gaelic Grounds or Páirc Uí Chaoimh, 3pm
Tipperary v Kerry or Clare, Semple Stadium or Cusack Park, 7pm

Ulster SFC quarter-final
Tyrone v Cavan, Healy Park, 4.30pm

All-Ireland SHC Qualifiers Preliminary round
Beaten Leinster quarter-finalist v Beaten Leinster quarter-finalist, TBC, TBC

Joe McDonagh Cup round 3
Westmeath v Kildare, TEG Cusack Park, 3pm
Meath v Kerry, Pairc Tailteann, 3pm

Christy Ring Cup round 3
Derry v Wicklow, Celtic Park, 2pm

Nicky Rackard Cup round 3
Leitrim v Donegal, Carrick-on-Shannon, 2pm

Lory Meagher Cup round 3
Monaghan v Longford, Inniskeen, 2pm

All-Ireland U20 HC 2020 final
Cork v Dublin, TBC, TBC

All-Ireland MHC 2020 final
Leinster v Galway or Limerick, TBC, TBC

All-Ireland MFC 2020 semi-finals
Roscommon v Kerry, TBC, TBC
Meath or Offaly v Ulster, TBC, TBC


Sunday 11 July

Ulster SFC quarter-final
Derry v Down or Donegal, Ballybofey or Celtic Park, 4pm

Connacht SFC semi-final
Leitrim v Mayo or Sligo, Avant Money Páirc Sheain or MacHale Park, 2pm

Tuesday 13 July

All-Ireland U21HC B quarter-finals
Armagh v Antrim or Down, TBC, TBC
Meath v Wicklow, TBC, TBC
Roscommon v Mayo or Sligo, TBC, TBC
Derry v Donegal, TBC, TBC
Saturday 17 July

Leinster SHC final
TBC v TBC, Croke Park, TBC

Ulster SFC semi-final
Armagh or Antrim v Monaghan or Fermanagh, TBC, 4pm

All-Ireland SHC Qualifiers Round 1
Beaten Leinster semi-finalist v Munster side, TBC, TBC
Preliminary round winner v Munster side, TBC, TBC

Joe McDonagh Cup final
TBC v TBC, Croke Park, TBC

Joe McDonagh Cup relegation final

Christy Ring Cup quarter-final

Nickey Rackard Cup quarter-final

Lory Meagher Cup quarter-final

All-Ireland MFC 2020 final
Sunday 18 July

Munster SHC final
Tipperary or Waterford or Clare v Limerick or Cork, TBC, 4.15pm

Ulster SFC semi-final
Derry or Down or Donegal v Cavan or Tyrone, TBC, 1.45pm

Leinster SFC semi-final
Tuesday 20 July

All-Ireland U21HC B semi-finals
Meath or Wicklow v Armagh or Antrim or Down, TBC, TBC
Roscommon or Mayo or Sligo v Derry or Donegal, TBC, TBC

Saturday 24 July

All-Ireland SHC Qualifiers Round 2

Christy Ring Cup semi-finals

Nickey Rackard Cup semi-finals

Lory Meagher Cup semi-finals


Sunday 25 July

Munster SFC final
Cork or Limerick or Waterford v Tipperary or Kerry or Clare, TBC, 4pm

Connacht SFC final
TBC v TBC, TBC, 1.30pm
Saturday 31 July

All-Ireland SHC quarter-finals

Christy Ring Cup final

Nickey Rackard Cup final

Lory Meagher Cup final

All-Ireland U21FC semi-finals
Connacht v Ulster
Leinster v Munster
Sunday 1 August

Ulster SFC final
TBC v TBC, TBC, 4pm

Leinster SFC final
TBC v TBC, Croke Park, 1.30pm
Saturday 7 August

All-Ireland SHC semi-final
Munster winner v quarter-final winner, Croke Park, TBC

All-Ireland U20HC final
Sunday 8 August

All-Ireland SHC semi-final
Leinster winner v quarter-final winner, Croke Park, 3.30pm


Saturday 14 August

All-Ireland SFC semi-final
TBC v TBC, Croke Park, TBC

All-Ireland U20FC final

All-Ireland MHC semi-final
Leinster v Galway, TBC, TBC
Sunday 15 August

All-Ireland SFC semi-final
TBC v TBC, Croke Park, TBC


Saturday 21 August

All-Ireland MHC final

All-Ireland MFC semi-finals

Sunday 22 August

All-Ireland SHC final
TBC v TBC, Croke Park, 3.30pm


Saturday 28 August

All-Ireland MFC final

Sunday 29 August

All-Ireland SFC final
TBC v TBC, Croke Park, 3.30pm

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Premier League: Headers in training to be limited



New regulations are to be introduced that will limit the number of headers professional footballers practice in training per week.

Over the last few years, heading within football, especially among children, has become a hot topic.

A study conducted in 2019 found that footballers are more likely to suffer from degenerative brain diseases Dementia compared to people whose jump doesn’t involve frequently heading a ball.

In February of last year, the practice of heading in training sessions was banned for all children aged 11 or under in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland at all levels.

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Several high-profile former footballers such as Sir Bobby Charlton, Nobby Stiles and Jeff Astle have all died within the last few years after suffering brain disease, with Charlton suffering from Dementia before his death.

In order to protect players, they will be limited to 10 ‘high force’ headers per week in training at ever level of English football including the Premier League.

“Our heading guidance now reaches across all players, at all levels of the game,” said FA chief executive Mark Bullingham.

“We are committed to further medical research to gain an understanding of any risks within football. In the meantime, this reduces a potential risk factor.

“It is important to remember that the overwhelming medical evidence is that football and other sports have positive impacts on both mental and physical health.”

What has the reaction been?

Former Arsenal, West Ham and England central defender Matthew Upson told Sky Sports he is in favour of the rule change.

“I 100% back the research and the studies that have gone into making this step,” he said.

“There’s been a lot of work behind the scenes, researching the impact of heading the ball and it seems a very reasonable request if I’m honest.

“The key words are the ‘high impact’ contact. You can still practice heading, technically, as let’s be honest, heading is a real art – a matter of timing, technicality towards it.

“Those big ones when you’re heading from a goal kick or from a corner – it just makes sense in training not to expose yourself to that impact.

“Save it for opportunities in matches when three points are on the line. In training, it just makes perfect sense, so I fully welcome the change.”

Studies have shown that it can have an impact on your health

When asked whether he looks back on some training sessions in the past and worries about his own health, Upson admits he wouldn’t agree to them now.

“I sometimes cast my mind back to some of the sessions that I’ve done over the 20 years as a professional footballer, and looking back, you wouldn’t entertain a training session like that,” he continued.

“You wouldn’t head a number of large balls into the box. When as an apprentice practicing those big, headed clearances and getting your head on kicks from the halfway line.

“There isn’t really a need to practice that in mass numbers. Studies have shown that it can have an impact on your health.”

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Boston Bruins among 4 free agent destinations for Ryan Getzlaf



The Boston Bruins are looking to bring in a veteran center for their next playoff push and Ryan Getzlaf is one of the leading options.

NHL Free Agency opened on Wednesday and has already kicked into full gear with signings and rumors flying in. The latest comes from TSN’s Pierre Lebrun as the Boston Bruins are one of the top destinations for Ryan Getzlaf if he leaves the Anaheim Ducks for the first time in his 16 year career.

The Bruins join the Dallas Stars, Edmonton Oilers and Montreal Canadiens among the potential destinations.

The move makes a lot of sense for the Bruins, who are still looking to get another Stanley Cup with their main core before the window closes. A potential Bruins-Getzlaf signing feels reminiscent of when Boston brought in David Backes during the 2016 offseason. While that partnership didn’t ultimately work out for either side, it did give them another center and more leadership for the team.

What could Ryan Getzlaf bring to the Boston Bruins?

Getzlaf is an interesting addition for anyone this offseason. The 37-year-old is far from his prime anymore and had the worst statistical season of his career during the 2020-21 season. In 48 games, Getzlaf totaled career lows in goals, assists, and points with 5-12-17. To be fair to him, however, the Ducks were terrible this season. The only team to finish worse than them was the Buffalo Sabres.

A better assumption of what Getzlaf could bring to the table this season would be to look back at the 2019-20 season. He totaled 13 goals and 29 assists, good for 42 points overall. Seeing that the Bruins are looking for secondary scoring and overall solid play from their third and fourth lines, Getzlaf feels like the perfect fit for them this season and maybe even beyond.

The former Stanley Cup champion could channel his former linemate, Corey Perry, by leaving the Ducks as Perry has found success and has made it to back-to-back Stanley Cup Finals. Seems like a good fit if the Bruins and Getzlaf can come together on a deal.

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2021 FFA Cup preview: Is Adelaide City primed for an upset?



In less than a months’ time, the 2021 FFA cup Round of 32 off kicks off including a qualifier between A-League clubs Perth Glory and Melbourne Victory, with the winner of that match to travel to South Australia for a potential banana skin of a fixture against Adelaide City. (more…)

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