The Spanish international has been named as a substitute for the opening three games of the season.
Dublin edged Kerry this afternoon in a match that is being hailed as a classic.
Paul and Gary will enjoy further acclaim as they prepare for an open-top bus celebration in Skibbereen.
‘Batman’ Ben Farrell tragically passed away recently after suffering from a rare form of cancer.
The42.ie’s Gaelic football columnist looks back on one of the best games he has ever seen.
The Catalan club are still without Neymar due his exertions in winning Olympic gold and the injured Andres Iniesta
Cork hurling powerhouse Sarsfields were knocked out of championship tonight.
Plus, why it was a mixed day for Ireland international winger James McClean.
Jeff Hendrick and others who may make a switch in the coming days.
Dublin joined Mayo in the final after a thrilling two-point win over Kerry.
They secured the win amid a hard-fought victory over UCD in Belfield.
Cluxton and Dublin bounced back from a nightmare spell in the opening half.
David Gough was the man in the middle as All-Ireland champions Dublin beat Kerry by 0-22 to 2-14 in a classic semi-final earlier this afternoon.
The Kerry manager felt they had Dublin on the ropes at half-time.
All the action from a different angle.
Jack Wilshere and Ross Barkely fail to make the 23-man selection.
We discuss Dublin proving their hunger, Kevin McManamon’s impact and what the future looks like for Kerry.
Fifa president Gianni Infantino has explained some of his efforts towards championing reform, including the removal of a wine cellar.
Lewis Hamilton’s efforts in finishing third from the back of the grid drew grudging admiration from Nico Rosberg at Spa.
It proved a pivotal moment, as Jim Gavin’s side swiftly went up the other end and scored the final point of the game.
Two Dundalk players make the cut.
The Hammers caused the hosts plenty of problems in the second half.
Mayo await Jim Gavin’s men on 18 September.
Gary Hunt’s side created numerous chances either side of half time but they couldn’t break the deadlock.
There’s concern from clubs about the toll the tour will take on players.
Cork’s Chris Mintern won the male event with Susanna Murphy from Dublin winning the women’s race.
The 27-year-old winger was replaced by Jonathan Leko on 64 minutes.
The new Citizens recruit believes his frustration last season turned out to be a “blessing in disguise”.
Galway await in the decider now on 18 September.
Joao Mario emerged through the Primeira Liga side’s academy.
He also had some strong words for Ireland’s sporting bosses. .
The fiercest of rivals clash in a game that will define the summer.
The Juventus striker has signed with a view to a permanent transfer.
Mallon had been at Rio’s Bangu prison along with former OCI President Pat Hickey.
The 22-year-old’s jumping switch kick to the head of Rawlings was the highlight of the night.
The midfielder’s 32-minute cameo for France Under-21s in 2009 makes him ineligible for the Three Lions.
The Ireland international has signed a two-year deal.
Shay Given, Olive Loughnane and Razor Ruddock also make our latest list of favourites.
The Wallabies have now lost six Tests in a row.