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# SFC 2012

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# Analysis
Tactics not Passion: how Donegal trumped Mayo and took Sam home to the hills
Emmet Ryan looks at the tactical factors as Donegal claimed their second All-Ireland Football title against Mayo.
# Donegal v Mayo
Prendergast sees echoes of family past in confident Mayo
Selector Tom Prendergast has a chance to follow his uncle into the history books when Mayo take on Donegal in the All-Ireland Football final tomorrow.
# SFC 2012
College can wait as McBrearty prepares for ultimate examination
Donegal’s Paddy McBrearty is putting the Dax Wax aside — for now — as he gets ready for Sunday’s All-Ireland football final against Mayo.
# Post-Match Debate
Talking Points: Mayo 0-19 Dublin 0-16, All-Ireland SFC semi-final
Ewan MacKenna runs through the five things we learned from yesterday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final in Croke Park.
# Opinion
Murph's sideline cut: 'This is the biggest thing to have happened to these counties, politically, socially, or spiritually, in 2012'
Mayo fans were rewarded for their faith with an exceptional performance against Dublin yesterday. Now they will face their biggest challenge yet, writes Ciaran Murphy.
# Dublin v Mayo
O'Sullivan keen to learn from mistakes of the past
“If there isn’t an improvement there Mayo are definitely a team that will put us away,” says Dublin’s Cian O’Sullivan.
# Dublin v Mayo
Clarke savouring semi-final challenge
The Ballina Stephenites goalkeeper knows that he will have to be at his best if Mayo are to end Dublin’s All-Ireland reign on Sunday.
# Match Guide
Dublin v Mayo — All-Ireland SFC semi-final match guide
The second of this year’s All-Ireland senior football semi-finals takes place on Sunday with Leinster champions Dublin squaring off against Connacht kings Mayo.
# Team news
Varley gets the nod in Mayo attack
The Garrymore man comes into the Mayo side in place of injured captain Andy Moran.
# Dublin v Mayo
Mayo sticking to Horan's simple principles
Mayo manager James Horan on losing Andy Moran, Conor Mortimer (again), and the principles that his side take into Sunday’s semi-final against Dublin.
# Capital Talk
Work ethic has taken Dublin this far, says Gilroy
Dublin haven’t caught fire but there are still a lot of positives to be taken from the summer so far, says manager Pat Gilroy.
# Start the Party
Back to business for McGuinness and his men as Donegal starts to buzz
“We can’t control the supporters nor do we want to,” says Donegal manager Jim McGuinness. “If the supporters want to go crazy let them go crazy.”
# Post-mortem
Counihan: Second-half intensity gave Donegal the edge
Cork manager Conor Counihan admitted that the better team came out on top in yesterday’s All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
# Donegal v Cork
McBrearty staying grounded ahead of Donegal's Rebel test
“If my feet were to leave the ground I’d be bate by my father,” says a young man who will have a big role to play in Sunday’s semi-final versus Cork.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Friday
Here’s everything you need to know this morning – unless you’re wondering what’s going to happen to your seven Tour de France titles…
# Donegal v Cork
Kavanagh: Donegal older, wiser and ready for Rebels this time
Donegal’s 2009 drubbing by Cork is “definitely in the past”, says Rory Kavanagh ahead of Sunday’s Croke Park semi-final.
# Donegal v Cork
Family matters as McHugh draws on dad's finest hour
Donegal’s Mark McHugh on mucking out in defence, growing up in admiration of Cork, and watching the Sunday Game with the aul’ fella.
# SFC 2012
Round-Up: Wins for Donegal, Longford, Louth and Limerick
It was a busy day of Championship football up and down the country, with Cavan no match for the Ulster champions.