Gaa - Yesterday’s News
Stephen Cronin suffered the injury in action for his club this weekend.
Scally, one of Cork’s goalscorer’s in last year’s sensational senior final fightback against Dublin, scored 0-5 to claim a minor medal at Semple Stadium.
The former schools rugby star scored 1-5 in today’s win over Galway.
‘In 2013, Mayo gave us a lesson in how to play football’ — Murphy determined to push Donegal to another level
A comfortable win over Galway won’t mean much when facing their another west coast powerhouse in Croke Park this weekend.
Meanwhile, Cork’s semi-final clash with Kilkenny has been pushed back a day to facilitate their dual stars.
Áine O’Sullivan scored 3-5 as the Rebels got their campaign back on track.
The Kingdom’s title defence remains alive.
The County Board also thanked former manager Brian Cuthbert.
It’s good news if you’re from the Kingdom.
Joking aside, the Fermanagh forward believes the squad will have learnt a great deal from their day out at Croke Park.
And then there were six.
The42′s Gaelic football columnist takes a look back over the weekend action.
Paul Tierney walked away from hurling as an All-Ireland winner at 22.
Pete McGrath has set his sights on the Holy Grail next season.
Controversial Fermanagh goal leaves Dubs boss scratching his head.
Kerry’s forward line is looking strong.
Gaa - Sunday 2 August, 2015
Stephen O’Brien, Colm Cooper and David Moran were the nominees.
Some stunning pics from the week that was in sport.
A great day for the Kingdom, a bad day for the Lilywhites.
Dublin get the job done quickly but Fermanagh leave Croke Park with a lot of credit.
Bishops town are set for a relegation final after today’s loss to St Finbarr’s.
How on earth was this given?
A worry about their star forward for the Kingdom.
An eight-point win today for Jim Gavin’s side.
The Gooch returned to Croker for the first time since 2013.
Injury to James O’Donoghue overshadows remarkable performance by the All-Ireland champions.
Dublin were hot favourites – but would they have it all their own way against Fermanagh? Catch up with our minute-by-minute report.
Eamonn McGee and Karl Lacey are injury concerns ahead of the All-Ireland quarter-final.
Who will be the first name into this year’s football semi-finals? Join us for live coverage from Croke Park.
The counties meet for a place in the All-Ireland semi-finals at Croke Park.
Also featuring Chris Froome and Steph Roche.
Kevin Walsh finds positives as Galway’s championship comes to an end.
Donegal went nearly half-an-hour without a score before beating Galway on Saturday evening.
Kerry, Kildare, Dublin and Fermanagh are all in action.
Gaa - Saturday 1 August, 2015
Glenn Ryan is hopeful the Lilywhites can continue their resurgence but also isn’t getting carried away.
The Lilywhites won tonight’s quarter-final clash with the Breffni County.
Let’s get ready to rumble.
Donegal set up Mayo showdown with 10-point win over Galway in Croke Park.
The talented forward scored 2-10 in Ballinamore this afternoon.