New Galway football manager Kevin Walsh says he will search the county for new talent and that prospective players will not be ruled out because of age or the standard of club football they play.More
"This is definitely the best," proclaimed Valerie Mulcahy in the wake of Sunday’s All-Ireland final win, Cork’s ninth in ten years.More
Shoulders stooped, heads gazed firmly on the floor. The Cork dressing room stood eerily quiet, a picture of despondency.More
Former Kerry strength and conditioning coach Pat Flanagan is to be confirmed as part of the Cork footballers’ backroom team in the coming days.More
Carrigaline 0-9 St Finbarr’s 0-7
It wasn’t a classic, but that mattered little to Carrigaline as they claimed a first-ever Rebel Óg Premier 1 MFC in defeating St Finbarr’s at Páirc Uí Rinn last night.
New York 1-10 Wexford 1-12
Marie Byrne’s first-half goal and a brilliant performance from goalkeeper Mary Rose Kelly were the key factors in Wexford’s victory over New York in yesterday’s TG4 All-Ireland Ladies JFC final at Croke Park.
Aughawillan 1-13 St Mary’s 1-10
Appearing in their first Leitrim senior final in 20 years, a determined Aughawillan side surprised holders St Mary’s in an entertaining game in Carrick-on-Shannon.
St Patrick’s 1-10 Dreadnots 1-08
A hard-earned two-point win over Dreadnots in Drogheda gave St Patrick’s a third Louth SFC title in four years and a sixth since making the breakthrough in 2003.
Former Kildare player Seanie Johnston celebrated his first championship start this year with his native Cavan Gaels by inspiring them to a convincing 2-12 to 0-8 over outsiders Cuchulainns in a tepid Cavan SFC semi-final.More
Holders Corofin, winners of a dozen Galway SFC titles in the past 23 years, remain on course to retain their crown after an emphatic 4-14 to 0-2 semi-final win over Milltown.More
Bishopstown 1-09 Clyda Rovers 0-11
It was close in the end, but Bishopstown advanced to a second successive Cork SFC semi-final at Páirc Uí Rinn on Saturday.
Blonde attacker Diarmuid O’Keeffe kicked a stunning additional time point to hand St Anne’s the narrowest of victories, 2-12 to 2-11, over reigning champions St Martin’s in this Group A Wexford SFC game at Taghmon.More
Cratloe are poised to challenge for a senior hurling and football double in the Banner county.More
Spurred on by a Conor Cosgrove goal in the opening minute, Garrycastle qualified for the final of the Westmeath SFC with a 1-14 to 0-6 win against Coralstown/Kinnegad at Cusack Park.More
St Brigids’ "drive for five" remains intact after a comfortable victory against last year’s beaten finalists, Western Gaels, in yesterday’s Roscommon SFC semi-final at Dr Hyde Park.More
The Donegal SFC began with a bang this weekend with Kilcar defeating the 2013 champions Glenswilly.More
Omagh/St Enda’s 1-10 Carrickmore 0-12
Ronan O’Neill’s stoppage-time goal gave Omagh a stunning victory and a first Tyrone SFC title in 26 years at Healy Park yesterday.
The four O’Connor brothers stole the show as Ballintubber went on a goalscoring spree in yesterday’s Mayo SFC semi-final, hitting the net nine times to set up a mouthwatering county final against defending champions Castlebar Mitchels.More
Cork football manager Brian Cuthbert is lining up a sensational move for former Kerry coach Pat Flanagan to be part of a new-look management team next season.More
An Rinn 0-18 De La Salle 0-06
An Rinn enjoyed a comfortable hour under the Friday night lights as they disposed of De La Salle by 12 points at Fraher Field.
Brian Kelly is still struggling to get his head around it.More
Alisha Jordan, who plays with the New York lady footballers on Sunday, admits her heart skipped a beat when she heard about Dublin footballer Jonny Cooper’s assault at the weekend.More
In a quiet rural corner of Kerry, far from the celebrations of Sunday’s All-Ireland successes, the foundations are being poured to aid the development of future generations of Kingdom footballers.More
Anyone happening upon the Poitín Still in Rathcoole last Monday night might have gone cool on the prospects of Kerry lifting a 37th All-Ireland football title less than a week later.More
Another season of intercounty Gaelic football action ended on Sunday but, unlike the fare in the final, these end of year awards wont let you down, writes Michael MoynihanMore
In school, we were taught one of the fundamental truths that it is not the strongest species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.More
In a brief moment of vulnerability last February, Eamonn Fitzmaurice contemplated the loss of Colm Cooper this year, and wondered why such bad luck had befallen him.More
Marc Ó Sé says he doesn’t care if Kerry aren’t given the credit they deserve for their latest All-Ireland title because of their heritage.More
Jim McGuinness has disassociated Donegal’s management team from the man caught observing Kerry’s training session last week but insists similar ‘espionage’ is widespread in the game.More
If the spy up the tree had been a little less conspicuous he might have seen Colm Cooper take part in his first full training session last Tuesday.More
So what exactly was Paul Durcan pictured thinking?More
"First and foremost, a very proudfather and second, a very proud club chairman," beams Donal Murphy.More
The sight of Paul Durcan making a beeline for the dressing rooms after Sunday’s game was an incredibly sad one for a goalkeeper so integral to Donegal’s success this year. The consoling words from his Four Masters club-mate Karl Lacey were redundant. In Durcan’s eyes, he had cost his county an All-Ireland title.More
All-Ireland SFC Final
Kerry 2-9 Donegal 0-12
It may have looked sour but for Kerry this was sweet.
By the time he got back to the dressing room, it was more vacant than victorious.More
Cork SFC quarter-final
Ballincollig 0-20 Muskerry 1-9
A marvellous display of attacking football saw ballincollig crush divisional side Muskerry in the quarter-final of the county championship at Cloughduv last night to earn a semi-final tilt against Nemo Rangers in a fortnight’s time.
Cork SFC quarter-final
Carbery Rangers 1-13 Clonakilty 1-8
They have been knocking on the Cork SFC door for a few years now, looking for their first senior title since moving up to the grade almost 10 years ago.