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# Gaelic Football

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Dublin, Galway and Clare senior quarter-final line-ups completed after weekend action
It was a busy weekend of club action around the country.
Mayo stars back on club beat, a notable Waterford semi-finalist and crunch Tipperary games
It’s another big weekend of club action around the country.
Two changes for Mayo as All-Ireland final line-ups are unveiled
Tyrone are unchanged from their semi-final win over Kerry for tomorrow’s game at Croke Park.
Donegal 2020 final replay postponed after successful Naomh Conaill appeal
Kilcar’s objection will have to be remitted.
Tomás Ó Sé joins Offaly management team as John Maughan set to stay on
Michael Fennelly will also be retained for another year in charge of the county’s senior hurlers.
Joe McQuillan confirmed as referee for All-Ireland SFC final
The Cavan native has previously taken charge of three All-Ireland deciders.
'Absolute nonsense' - McGeary denies Tyrone training session before league defeat to Kerry
It had been claimed by former Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice that Tyrone had trained on the morning of their 6-16 to 1-13 defeat.
Kerry v Tyrone, All-Ireland senior football semi-final
A meeting with Mayo in the decider is at stake as the Munster and Ulster champions square off.
Kerry name team for All-Ireland semi-final showdown with Tyrone
Kingdom boss Peter Keane has kept faith with the same 15 that started the Munster final win over Cork.
Here's your TV guide to a jam-packed weekend of sport
Here’s all the information you need to plan your weekend.
Tyrone and Meath advance to All-Ireland minor football final
There was disappointment for both Cork and Sligo in this afternoon’s semi-finals.
Family man and footballer: in memory of the Cork star who 'had no peer'
Remembering the late John Kerins, whose death at the age of 39 occurred on this day 20 years ago.
All-Ireland SFC semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone to take place on 28 August
The GAA made the announcement this evening.
Penalty shootout decides Donegal football final, Offaly and Laois hurling winners crowned
Naomh Conaill defeated Kilcar in the 2020 Donegal senior decider.
Cork complete Munster underage clean sweep with football final success over Limerick
An eight-point win for the young Rebel side in Semple Stadium.
GPA call for 'respect to be shown to amateur status' of Tyrone players amid Covid uncertainty
The Ulster champions are dealing with an outbreak of ahead of their All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry.
All-Ireland football final moved to 4 September as Kerry v Tyrone semi-final refixed
The games have been moved in response to a Covid outbreak in the Tyrone squad.
Sligo capture first Connacht minor crown since 1968 as Donegal advance to Ulster final
Sligo dethroned the champions Roscommon to clinch the title.
'He’s probably the toughest guy I’ve marked. Hopefully it’s not the last we see of him'
Kerry captain Paul Murphy pays tribute to James O’Donoghue who has stepped away from the Kerry panel.
Dublin v Kildare, Leinster senior football final
Will the Dubs remain the dominant force in Leinster?
'Lads send it to me when I've had a few pints' - Spillane's rant before Kildare's epic Leinster win
Former Kildare forward Tadhg Fennin looks back at the 2000 Leinster final and replay against Dublin.
Two changes to Cork team for All-Ireland semi-final against Offaly
The game takes place tomorrow in Portlaoise at 5.15pm.
Kilkenny hold off Wexford to celebrate Leinster final victory while Ulster reach last four stage
Galway now await in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Derry and Kerry players star as the 2020 Minor Football Team of the Year is selected
Derry won the recent final by 2-12 to 1-14 against Kerry in Tullamore.
Páirc Uí Chaoimh and Semple Stadium to host quarter-finals as GAA fixtures revealed
The hurling quarter-finals are both on next Saturday.
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.
Murphy sent off as Tyrone edge out 14-man Donegal to book Ulster final spot
Tyrone will face Monaghan in the decider.
'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.
Croke Park to host Connacht final between Galway and Mayo
18,000 fans will now be able to attend the match.
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.
Cork finish strongly to defeat Limerick by eight points and book Munster final place
The final will take place on Sunday 25 July.
Paddy Tally departs role as Down manager
Down were heavily beaten by Donegal in the Ulster championship.
'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 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.
'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.
Goals prove decisive as Armagh power past Antrim
Kieran McGeeney’s men ran out 13-point winners at the Athletic Grounds.
'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.
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.
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.
'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.