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Gaa - Friday 21 July, 2017

Your essential guide to the weekend's GAA football championship action

It’s win or go home for the footballers of Cork, Mayo, Donegal and Galway.

Over 60,000 expected to attend All-Ireland quarter-finals as only terrace tickets remain

There’s a big weekend ahead at the new Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

'They're under a bit of pressure. Time is probably running out for a lot of their fellas'

Cork captain Paul Kerrigan believes it’s the time is right to draw Mayo in the Championshiip.

Booze in sport: blamed too much for defeat and enjoyed too much in victory

“Drink is both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde when it comes to sport, with winning the transformational potion between the two,” writes Tommy Martin.

Huge boost for Kildare as Kevin Feely cleared to play against Armagh

The Kildare midfielder won his appeal against the black card he received against Clare in the Allianz League.

Problems with goal scoring have hurt Cork all year, it'll be key to their hopes against Mayo

The Rebels season is on the line tomorrow at the Gaelic Grounds.

Poll: Who do you think will win tomorrow's football qualifiers? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you think will win tomorrow's football qualifiers?

Mayo, Cork, Galway and Donegal are all in action.

Gaa - Thursday 20 July, 2017

Minor winners and Munster U21 captain added to Kerry squad for All-Ireland junior semi-final

Kerry take on Leitrim at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.

3 changes to Clare team for crunch quarter-final with Tipperary as Banner hit with injuries

David McInerney and Aron Shanagher have both failed late fitness tests.

Quiz: How is your knowledge of GAA matches at Páirc Uí Chaoimh?

The stadium has reopened after a major development project.

Canning's nephew one of two starters from 2016 in Galway minor team to face Clare on Saturday

The sides face off in Saturday’s curtain-raiser in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.

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'This is our Croke Park down here'

Dr Con Murphy takes a tour of the new Páirc Uí Chaoimh ahead of the All-Ireland quarter-finals.

Derry youngster Conor Glass set to make AFL debut on Saturday

The former Derry minor captain signed for Hawthorn in October 2015.

Corkonians out in force for second coming of the Páirc — but not as we know it

The eyesore of the old concrete bowl has now been replaced by a state-of-the-art arena.

Gaa - Wednesday 19 July, 2017

In pics: The turnstiles open for the first game at the new Páirc Uí Chaoimh

The redeveloped Cork venue is playing host to its first game since 2014 this evening.

Cork likely to appeal Fitzgibbon red card before Munster final as Meade set for fitness test

Cork take on Limerick in next Wednesday night’s U21 decider.

The Banner roar, Jacko's last game, Marty's phrase - 25 years today since Clare shocked Kerry

The 1992 Munster final saw one of the biggest upsets in GAA history.

'After Christmas there, he was going away evenings in green gear and I knew something was up!'

Clare forward Aaron Cunningham on going up against his father in inter-county hurling.

Gaa - Tuesday 18 July, 2017

'Jim Gavin has stood up for his player in a way that Jim McGuinness never did or never could do'

Charlie Redmond has defended the Dublin boss in the wake of criticism from McGuinness.

Eternal Bernard Brogan continues to rage against the dying of the light

Jim Gavin has held Brogan on a leash so far in 2017 and it’s beginning to reap dividends.

Ryan steps down as Offaly hurling boss and says it would have been 'divisive' to stay on GAA

Ryan steps down as Offaly hurling boss and says it would have been 'divisive' to stay on

Ryan cited a lack of personnel and agreement over style as a reason for his departure.

Davy penalty, Nicky smile, Jamesie point - famous Clare-Tipp championship memories

As the counties prepare to lock horns in the All-Ireland senior hurling quarter-final at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, relive some great memories from clashes of yesteryear.

Cork forward out injured for Mayo clash as Rebels wait on others facing fitness battle

A clash at the Gaelic Grounds is next up for Peadar Healy’s side.

Gaa - Monday 17 July, 2017

Brace yourselves for a thunderous All-Ireland football semi-final between Dublin and Tyrone

Both counties are on the same side of the championship draw – and flexed their muscles with comprehensive provincial final wins on Sunday.

'I don't want to be romantic about it but this place has stories in its walls' - Armagh enjoy trip to Tipp

Kieran McGeeney’s side have their season around from that defeat to Down.

Analysis: How Stephen Cluxton has completely changed the role of a goalkeeper in the game

A closer look at the influence of Dublin’s brilliant leader.

The McGeeney derby, Monaghan seek revenge and the U2 question - football qualifier talking points

We run through 5 talking points after this morning’s All-Ireland SFC Round 4B qualifier draw.

Sky Sports is rolling out new channels tomorrow but what does it mean for Irish viewers?

The 10-channel package will debut on Tuesday.

Down-Monaghan and Armagh-Kildare football qualifiers set for Croke Park double-header

The Round 4B pairings were drawn this morning.

Explainer - The permutations for this year's All-Ireland senior hurling semi-finals

There are six counties left in the race for the Liam MacCarthy Cup.

'Players were saying they wanted a change. I felt it made no sense for me to stay as manager'

Pete McGrath has revealed player unrest was behind his surprising Fermanagh exit.

Greatest of all time? Pat Spillane reckons Jim Gavin's Dublin footballers can achieve that mantle

“In terms of fitness, athleticism and mobility, I’ve never seen a team as good as this.”

Do you agree with the Leinster and Ulster final man-of-the-match selections?

Dublin and Tyrone were celebrating yesterday.

Open Thread: Rank the 12 teams left in the All-Ireland SFC

Last night Pat Spillane, Dessie Dolan and Aaron Kernan rated the counties left in the hunt to lift Sam.

Kildare captain faces surgery having broken his thumb the week before Leinster final

Cian O’Neill says it’s ‘most likely’ Eoin Doyle will miss Kildare’s next game.