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Monday 5 June 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Gaelic Football

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# End of the road
Doubts over James O'Donoghue's Kerry future as forward steps away from squad
The Killarney Legion player has struggled with injury issues in recent years.
# Red Hand
Murphy sent off as Tyrone edge out 14-man Donegal to book Ulster final spot
Tyrone will face Monaghan in the decider.
# rethink
'Playing the likes of Dublin and seeing what happened to Leitrim doesn't help things'
Longford’s Mickey Quinn says that the provincial championships need to be changed.
# venue switch
Croke Park to host Connacht final between Galway and Mayo
18,000 fans will now be able to attend the match.
# The kingdom
0-8 for O'Shea as Kerry end Tipp's reign as Munster champions
Peter Keane’s side will progress to the provincial decider where they will face Cork.
# Job Done
Cork finish strongly to defeat Limerick by eight points and book Munster final place
The final will take place on Sunday 25 July.
# down and out
Paddy Tally departs role as Down manager
Down were heavily beaten by Donegal in the Ulster championship.
# The Test
'If we lose to Tyrone, it's probably one of the worst years in Cavan football history'
Pádraig Faulkner says there is added pressure on his side to get a result after suffering league relegation for the third time.
# mike drop
Mike Quirke steps down as Laois boss following Leinster Championship exit
Quirke’s side saw their 2021 campaign ended by yesterday’s comprehensive defeat to Westmeath.
# Stephen Cluxton
'If you're finished, just say it. Dublin are going to be answering questions about this, there's no closure'
Uncertainty continues over Stephen Cluxton’s future with Dublin.
# onion bag
Goals prove decisive as Armagh power past Antrim
Kieran McGeeney’s men ran out 13-point winners at the Athletic Grounds.
# Profile
'He's such an icon in Longford' - the methodical manager aiming to take down Meath
The42 takes a look at the development of Longford manager Pádraic Davis.
# Team news
Comer starts as Galway and Roscommon name teams for Connacht semi-final clash
The teams go head-to-head in Dr Hyde Park on Sunday.
# Podcast
The42 GAA Weekly: The full-court press, Cluxton mystery & the best player without an All-Star
A free clip from this week’s members episode as Marc Ó Sé joins us to discuss the big talking points from the opening weekend of the championship.
# understanding
'It's not up to us' - Kildare star supports gradual return of crowds for GAA games
Daniel Flynn says it’s up to the relevant authorities to decide what is the safest way forward for spectators.
# never in doubt
Donegal signal their intent with Ulster Championship trouncing of Down
A first-half injury to Michael Murphy is a cause for concern ahead of Donegal’s quarter-final clash with Derry.
# Forward Thinking
Why Donegal need the Murphy-McBrearty axis to click
It is rare that two stellar talents such as Murphy and McBrearty would have such an overlap in their careers. And yet, as the evidence shows, have not truly established a strike partnership when both were on song for the biggest days of their careers, writes Declan Bogue.
# Rout
Limerick cut loose to ease past Waterford
It’s Cork next time out in a Munster semi.
# David Moran
'The big thing for Peter Keane this year is it’s going to have to be horses for courses'
Kerry are in championship action against Clare on Saturday.
# Podcast
The42 GAA Weekly: The 2021 Championship preview pod
A free clip from this week’s members episode as Marc Ó Sé joins us for our 2021 Championship preview podcast.
# division three
Derry cruise to victory over Offaly as over 2,000 fans watch on in Croke Park
The Ulster side were comfortable winners in today’s Division 3 National League final.
# for the fans
2,400 fans to be permitted into Croke Park for Division 3 football final
The league decider between Derry and Offaly has been announced as a pilot fixture for return of spectators.
# Grassroots
Here are the draws for this year's Dublin and Mayo senior football championships
The Dublin hurling draw was also made tonight.
# Relegation
After their magic moments in 2020, Cavan and Tipperary suffer big early season setbacks
The 2020 provincial champions are facing the prospect of Division 4 league football in 2022.
# State of Play
Here are the winners and losers from the 2021 GAA football league play-offs
We now know who has secured the promotion spots and who has suffered relegation.
# Top Flight
McCarron hits brilliant winner as Monaghan relegate Galway and Armagh retain Divsion 1 status
Roscommon were also relegated to Division 2 this afternoon.
# Going Down
Huge setback for Munster champs Tipperary with relegation to Division 4 after loss to Longford
Elsewhere today Antrim claimed Division 4 football promotion.
# Goal Crazy
Kerry fire home six goals as they cruise past Tyrone for Division 1 semi-final victory
Paul Geaney struck two of Kerry’s five first-half goals.
O'Connor set to make 100th Mayo appearance as Horan names team to play Clare
The two teams meet in Cusack Park on Sunday.
# we meet again
Fulham Irish clinch 2020 London SFC title with dramatic extra-time victory
Revenge for the 2017 winners as they denied Tir Chonaill Gaels a third consecutive title today in Ruislip.
# David Tubridy
From Tommy Murphy Cup debut to Division 1 bid in 15th season as Clare star
The veteran forward continues to be central to the Clare football cause.
# schedule
GAA announce fixture details for league semi-finals and relegation play-offs
The games will take place on the weekend of 12-13 June.
'It’s a joke if you ask me' - Joyce livid that Galway must travel to Monaghan for relegation play-off
The Tribesmen boss doesn’t believe Séamus McEnaney’s men should have home advantage.
# Gaelic Football
Limerick footballers book Division 3 promotion play-off spot while Carlow finish top in Division 4
Limerick defeated Wicklow 2-19 to 1-11 today.
# Division 3
In-form Offaly in hunt for promotion as Munster champions Tipperary face relegation battle
It finished 1-17 to 1-12 in favour of Offaly in Tullamore.
# Teamsheets
Dublin and Roscommon change it up in teams named for Division 1 clashes
Dublin travel to Galway tomorrow while Roscommon entertain Kerry.
# Team news
Keane rings the changes for Kerry's trip to Roscommon
The Kingdom head to Dr Hyde Park on Sunday.
# Open The Gates
Government confirms plans to allow supporters back into stadiums from 7 June
Taoiseach Micheál Martin announced the latest easing of restrictions this evening.
# Team news
Conor McManus to make first league start for Monaghan as Cork name team to face Clare
There’s plenty of football league action to look forward to this weekend.
# The42 Reads
A bullet in the post and being harassed on the way to training - Gaels living with the Troubles
Down’s Conor Deegan and Antrim hurling legend Terence McNaughton recall the experiences of living through the Troubles.