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# Gaelic Football

Last year
2022
# New York GAA
'Before that game, a lot of the Irish guys on site were saying we didn’t have a chance'
New York captain Jamie Boyle on the reaction to their Sligo performance, players leaving the panel and logistics of a trip to Ireland.
# over and out
Enda McGinley stands down as Antrim manager after loss against Leitrim
The Antrim county board released a statement confirming the news.
# Midlands derby
14-man Westmeath come from behind to beat midland rivals Laois
Having beaten Laois by 16 points in last year’s Leinster championship, this was a much closer contest.
# COnnacht final
Sean Kelly the right man at the right time to captain Galway
Sean Kelly will captain Galway against Roscommon in the Connacht final in Pearse Stadium today.
# Shannonsiders
Rock-bottom in 2018, an 'Italia 90' penalty shootout and a first Munster final in 12 years
Former Limerick footballer Pa Ranahan speaks to The42 before today’s provincial decider against Kerry.
# And The Team Is...
Kildare make one change ahead of Leinster final showdown against Dublin
The sides will do battle on Saturday evening at Croke Park.
# Bright Prospects
Outstanding players of the U20 provincial football championship awarded
Tyrone, Kildare, Kerry and Sligo were represented among the winners, which were announced today.
# The42 GAA Weekly
Marc Ó Sé: 'I have to give Jack O'Connor great credit here. These players need games'
David Moran, Paul Murphy, Jack Savage, Gavin Crowley and Killian Spillane all played club football over the weekend.
# Club GAA
Bad blood between champion clubs and county becoming a thing of the past
Crossmaglen’s Paul Hearty and Ballgunner’s Fergal Hartley on the relationship between successful clubs and intercounty teams.
# Nothing To See Here
'It doesn't bother me at all' - O'Hora rubbishes backlash to Clifford showdown
The Mayo and Kerry stars clashed during the Division 1 league final.
# Treatment
Abuse of referees should not be accepted but is 'part and parcel of our game'
Maggie Farrelly is an experienced inter-county referee.
# second-half surge
Galway cruise to Connacht final with 23-point hammering of Leitrim
The Tribesmen march on to a showdown with the Rossies after victory in Salthill.
# lilywhite lift-off
Two second-half goals help Kildare progress to Leinster semi-final with 16-point win
Glenn Ryan won his first senior championship game in charge of his county this weekend against Louth.
Meath fire 4-13 past Wicklow to book Leinster semi-final spot
Two early goals from Jack O’Connor and James McEntee helped Meath to a home victory.
# Hand signals
Dublin provide the latest blueprint in a copycat game
Coaches are always tempted to copy successful teams.
# The Galway way
Ghosts of Galway's past: A blessing and a burden
The county has huge potential, which brings pressure for a performance in Castlebar today.
# Corrigan Park
Paddy Lynch lands 0-8 as Cavan cruise past 14-man Antrim to secure Ulster semi-final spot
The home challenge in Corrigan Park wilted in the second half after Michael McCann’s red card.
# McHale Park
Cillian O'Connor starts as Mayo and Galway name teams for Castlebar clash
Rob Hennelly, Paddy Durcan and Jordan Flynn were not included in the matchday 26.
# Close Call
Sligo survive a scare in New York to secure Connacht semi-final spot
Tony McEntee’s outfit secured a four-point win stateside.
# ball work
'Playing Mayo last year, I could not believe the space in front of me'
Sligo’s Niall Murphy chats about developing as a player, the gym, training and getting back to basics.
# U20 GAA
Mayo survive late Leitrim fightback to book Connacht final spot against Sligo
Elsewhere, Sligo secured a one-point semi-final victory against Roscommon.
# Wrap
Wins for Limerick and Clare in Munster U20 football championship
Limerick beat Waterford in Dungarvan while Clare powered to a 13-point victory over Tipperary.
# U20 GAA
Tyrone overcome Donegal in high-scoring thriller to set up Ulster final showdown with Cavan
Cavan also booked their spot in the final tonight thanks to a two-point win over Derry.
# The42 GAA Weekly
'The Munster semi-final should be played in Fitzgerald Stadium'
Marc Ó Sé believes the Munster CCC were correct to move the game to Killarney.
# League Final
Clifford grabs 1-6 as Kerry claim league title with 15-point hammering of Mayo
Clifford, Gavin White and Jason Foley all scored goals in Croke Park.
# Rossies Rule
Stunning late Murtagh goal hands Division 2 title to Roscommon
Galway were unable to complete their second-half comeback mission in Croke Park.
# Pairc Ui Rinn
Cork GAA chairman backs players' request to revisit Munster semi-final venue
Cork have written to the Munster Council supporting the players’ request.
'What Paddy Tally does now is very intense' - Kerry's quest for balance
Shane Enright believes Kerry have improved their ability to protect the full-back line during the league.
# RIP
Sligo footballer Red Óg Murphy dies aged 21
Murphy was studying in DCU and was a star on their Sigerson Cup team.
# statement
Cork players hit back at Munster GAA - 'We will not be playing in any other venue'
The Cork footballers have issued a statement this evening on the Munster championship venue controversy.
# Tune in
6 GAA football and hurling league finals live on TG4 next weekend
Croke Park and Semple Stadium will be the venues for TG4′s coverage.
# nfl wrap
Limerick secure promotion with win over Fermanagh, Laois relegated after Longford loss
It was a busy final day of action in the Allianz football league.
# Hyde Park
Roscommon secure five-point win and promotion to set up rematch in league final
The result sees Roscommon progress to face Galway in Croke Park next Sunday.
# Team news
Five changes for Kerry as O'Connor names strong team to face Tyrone
David Clifford, Joe O’Connor, Shane Murphy, Paul Geaney and Micheál Burns all start.
# NFL
Mayo make three changes for clash with Kildare
Padraig O’Hora is named to start against Kildare on Sunday with a league final spot up for grabs.
# Clifford magic
'He is a genuine superstar in the ilk of Joe Canning'
Oisín McConville was in the Athletic Grounds last Sunday watching David Clifford up close.
# Division 4 FL
Tipperary selector Paddy Christie plays down division 4 fixturing concerns
The final round of Division 4 football league fixtures will not take place at the same time.
# Wrap
Louth and Cavan continue march for promotion in Division 3 and 4
We run through all the action in the bottom two tiers of the Allianz Football League.
# Knockout Stages
Here's the state of play in hurling and football league after major day of action
The Round 7 football league games take place next weekend.
# Beat The Drop
Tyrone drag themselves towards Division 1 safety with win against Mayo
Mayo’s second-half revival comes up short at Healy Park.