All-Ireland

There’s always hope following Mayo. A vicious type of hope that leaves you writhing in your seat, jamming your fists into your eyes as if you’re watching a horror movie, but it’s hope all the same, writes Caitriona Lally.

Cynicism takes firm hold as players cross the line to get over the line

Much of the discourse around last Sunday’s final has left me cold, writes Dara Ó Cinnéide.

Can Dublin do four-in-a-row? The 2018 numbers come up blue again

Mayo’s stars are clearly not aligned but Dublin’s numbers add up to a completion of the four-in-a-row next season. 

Tomás Quinn on the moment Jim Gavin had to decide: stick or twist

Any long-term solution to level the playing field needs to be a lot more thought out than just splitting Dublin into multiple teams, writes Tomás Quinn.

Con O’Callaghan: I couldn’t watch Dean Rock’s winning free

Con O’Callaghan was sitting in a substitute’s seat in the Hogan Stand last Sunday as Dean Rock prepared to kick the winning point for Dublin.

Dr Ed Coughlan: Dublin commitment to succession planning gets deserved success

Con O’Callaghan has been groomed for years in a structure of development that puts skills progression first, says Dr Ed Coughlan.

Watch: Dublin forward interfering with Mayo goalkeeper's kicking tees

Footage has emerged of Dublin forward Cormac Costello interfering with Mayo goalkeeper David Clarke’s kicking tees three times before Clarke’s last kick-out in Sunday’s dramatic All-Ireland final.

Victorious Dublin team make this young Derry fan’s day

Young Derry fan Anton Campbell became the first Derry person to hold Sam aloft since Henry Downey when the legend that is Jim Gavin invited him to hold the trophy aloft in front of the victorious Dublin seniors at GAA HQ on Sunday.

Dubs manager reveals Jack McCaffrey to have scan on knee ... and has no problem with after game antics

Dublin’s Jack McCaffrey is set to have a scan in the coming days on the knee injury he suffered in the first-half of their All-Ireland Senior Football Final win over Mayo.

Dean Rock says GPS incident was 'irrelevant'

Dublin footballer Dean Rock says he was not aware of a GPS tracker being thrown in an attempt to put him off at Sunday's All-Ireland Football final.

All-Ireland football final most-watched show on Irish TV this year

Over one million people tuned in to watch yesterday's All-Ireland footbal final between Dublin and Mayo, making the match the most-watched show on Irish television so far this year.

Here's what Jeff and Kammy thought of the All-Ireland football final

Everyone's favourite sports punditry double-act have been blown away by the GAA.

Kieran Donaghy: ‘Aidan O’Shea was the aggressor, and fair play. I reacted to the dark arts and got sent off’

Donaghy has revealed how he felt Kerry failed to match Mayo’s aggression and mastery of the dark arts.

Brogan: Mayo will test Dublin defenders in one-on-one battles

Dublin legend Alan Brogan believes the Dubs should fear Mayo ahead of the All Ireland final.