Sylvester Hennessy crunches the numbers from the weekend’s big Allianz League games in Ballyshannon and Killarney.More
Jim Gavin described the eight cards shown to Dublin players – one red, five yellow and two black – as "reactionary", hinting that the Kerry footballers influenced referee Eddie Kinsella.More
Mayo 3-15 Monaghan 0-11
Life as a supporter of the Mayo football team is rarely dull and this was another tale of the unexpected as a match that had been predicted to be tight, tense and tactical turned out to be anything but at a windswept MacHale Park yesterday.
Tyrone 0-11 Derry 1-8
Derry boss Brian McIver fumed at "hometown" decisions as a first league win was snatched away from his side by Tyrone’s late surge on Saturday night.
Louth 1-16 Wexford 1-10
Louth took both points at Drogheda, coming good after a shaky start to the second half, to add to Wexford’s league troubles.
Carlow 0-11 Waterford 0-9
Carlow finished rock bottom of Division 4 in 2014, but an unbeaten start to this year’s spring campaign signals an upturn in fortunes.
Limerick 1-6 Armagh 2-16
"It’s a long drive home, but we’re happy," said one of the men climbing into a car with a yellow registration plate yesterday afternoon in Kilmallock.
Kerry 0-15 Dublin 1-10
Strange how Eamonn Fitzmaurice’s first victory as Kerry manager over Dublin was achieved by snuffing out the one area where Jim Gavin’s charges have enjoyed near-total dominance in recent years.
Westmeath 0-15 Kildare 0-12
Westmeath recorded their first win of this year’s Division Two campaign in Newbridge yesterday, also registering a first ever league win over Kildare.
Brian Cuthbert wasn’t too despondent about Cork’s first dropped points of the campaign but rued their failure to use the wind in the first half.More
Donegal 0-12 Cork 1-8
A pointless trip for Cork to Ballyshannon, but hardly fruitless as they almost eroded a seemingly unassailable Donegal second-half lead.
Waterford IT manager Colm Bonnar has pleaded with Comhairle Ardoideachais chiefs to delay the Fitzgibbon Cup final replay until next week.More
All-Ireland winning club football coach Tony McEntee has given a sobering summary of Gaelic football, suggesting that players at all ages and grades aren’t "technically competent".More
The Rochestown footballers are excused from their final three classes on Wednesday afternoon.More
New Kerry captain Kieran Donaghy will make his first competitive start of the year in Sunday’s Allianz Football League Division 1 clash with Dublin in Fitzgerald Stadium (2pm).More
Cork midfielder Fintan Goold insists the county’s experiences in last year’s Allianz FL Division 1 ensure nobody will be getting carried away with the good start in the current campaign.More
Longford 4-13 Wicklow 1-5More
All-Ireland Club finalists Slaughtneil revealed Kerry star Kieran Donaghy sent a message of goodwill to Christopher Bradley for the shoulder tackle which may rule him out of the final on St Patrick’s Day.More
James O’Donoghue takes exception to the theory Kerry were defensive on their way to winning last year’s All-Ireland title.More
Niall Moyna hailed the strength-in-depth of the DCU bench as the defining factor in their fourth Sigerson Cup win.More
DCU 1-14 UCC 2-10 (AET): Not for one minute had Tadgh Lowe stood between the posts in either the Higher Education league or O’Byrne Cup.More
The Sigerson Cup finals weekend format is outdated and increases the risk of burnout, according to Niall Moyna.More
Sigerson Cup semi-final
UCC 2-12 IT Carlow 0-8
Exchanges in the UCC dressing room at half-time can’t have been pleasant.
Sigerson Cup semi-final
DCU 2-8 UCD 0-11
Selector Brian Mullins moved into the centre of UCD’s post-match huddle.