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# Conveyor belt
It's benefitted Dublin, Cork and Kerry but what's the future for the junior football championship?
Ahead of the Munster junior championship semi finals, we look at the use and misuse of junior teams across the country.
# cat attack
Poll: Who'll win this year's Leinster senior hurling championship?
It’s twenty year’s since Kilkenny’s last Leinster hurling drought began, are we in the midst of their next one?
# Have your say
Poll: Can Cork and Kerry be beaten? Who will win the Munster SFC crown this year?
It all starts this weekend in Munster as Tipperary and Limerick look to crash the Cork and Kerry party.
# Rocket
How does it feel to face an Anthony Nash penalty? - 'You are just saying don’t hit me please'
Former Cork selector Ger Cunningham knows all about how powerful Anthony Nash’s shots are.
'Liam Dunne is kind of doing a Cody on it' - Jack Guiney on a Wexford breakthrough
Wexford’s young gun on their strong panel, and gaining inspiration form his Dad.
'Unfair' to say last year's Munster semi was a poor Tipp performance
Limerick manager TJ Ryan on this weekend’s clash with Tipperary.
# Winning Matches
6 reasons Donegal can be positive about the summer ahead
What a difference a week makes. We look at the reasons why Jimmy’s boys could have another long summer to look forward to.
'Replay gives us two weeks to bring lads back onto the team... it'll be more difficult for Derek'
Waterford defender Noel Connors says that he’s happy Sunday’s game went to a replay.
# schedule
The Munster football championship kicks off on Saturday - here's your 15 key fixtures this week
There’s matches in ten different competitions this week as the football and hurling action continues.
Here's our GAA football championship team of the weekend
There were three games played this weekend across two provinces, one of which dominates this weekend’s team.
# Underdogs
'Sure what have we won?' - why Cork weren't complacent against Waterford
Cork Goalkeeper Anthony Nash is sure that complacency was not an issue at the weekend.
# Number 6
'Ultimately he’ll go down the Ken McGrath route' - high hopes for Waterford's teenage star
Waterford manager Derek McGrath can see Austin Gleeson developing in to a centre-half back.
# Collision
Paul Earley vows to be ready for Sky Sports' GAA debut after cycling crash
The Roscommon All Star and Irish international rules manager credits a newly purchased helmet for saving his life.
Returning to Athlone as men - but UCD's skipper was a plane journey away from another path
Benson and O’Halloran on returning to Athlone and more.
# Hands Off
Poll: Who will win this year's Liam MacCarthy Cup?
Clare to do it again? Or will the Cats be back? Have your say.
# Exiled
The 7 Galway footballers lining out for London this weekend
These London players will be facing their native county in Ruislip this Sunday.
# Big Losses
The GAA football emigrants XV - 15 intercounty players who are away this summer
Here’s our best 15 from the footballers who are currently unavailable for their native counties through emigration.
# Well for some
Four days in Portugal for the Dub hurlers but they won't be enjoying the sun
The Dublin GAA senior hurling team are heading off for a training camp.
# what power
The GAA is absolutely not 'wielding power in any political sense'
As the trend of former GAA players turning to politics continues, we ask political expert Eoin O’Malley if the GAA has any power over the Irish electorate.
'He loves a man with pace' - David Gillick may be in Jim Gavin's plans, says Brogan
Bernard Brogan on the recent influx of different sports in to the GAA.
'Common sense' needed by referees, says Dublin hurler Ryan O'Dwyer
Dublin’s Ryan O’Dwyer on the standard of refereeing for the 2014 championship.
'This is our province after all' - Laois hurling boss questions new Leinster hurling format
Laois manager Seamus ‘Cheddar’ Plunkett on Leinster teams being forced in to the Christy Ring Cup.
# Helplessness
"What a mistake you’re after making here, these lads are flying and you’re after walking away"
The five-time Allstar goalkeeper on the helplessness of watching Tipperary from the stands.
8 hurlers getting set for their first championship summer in retirement
Tony Browne, Brendan Cummins; some of the all time greats will be watching from the stands this summer.
# wounded animals
'Last time there was controversy, they won the All-Ireland' - Derry boss on facing Donegal
Derry manager Brian McIver on his team’s championship opener with Donegal.
# throw in
The Munster championship begins next Sunday - here are the 11 key weekend fixtures
There’s eleven games this weekend in both the hurling and football championships.
# Star Performers
Here's our GAA football team of the weekend
After pulling off a fantastic comeback against Tyrone, there are two Down players in this week’s team.
# Coping With Pressure
6 questions which could define Roscommon's season
Roscommon are many peoples dark horses in this summer’s Connacht championship.
# Have your say
Poll: It's wide open but who'll take the Ulster senior football crown this year?
In the most competitive province, who will triumph?
# Have your say
Poll: Mayo are chasing four-in-a-row but who do you think will win this year's Connacht SFC?
Will Mayo continue their domination of the province?
# no pressure
From DCU attacker to the rock in the Leitrim defence - Donal Wrynn on managing expectations.
Still only 20 the converted full-back is drawing comparisons with some of the county’s all time greats.
# Have your say
Poll: Meath nearly caught the Dubs last year but can anyone stop them in Leinster in 2014?
Can anyone stop Dublin?
Reports - Begley 'dropped' as Laois team named for Leinster opener
Colm Begley has reportedly been dropped due to ‘disciplinary’ reasons for this weekend’s game.
# getting close now
5 talking points before the weekend's GAA championship action
There are five games taking place this weekend taking in the Ulster, Leinster and Connacht championships – here’s what to expect.
'It was hard to field anything around him' - Billy Joe on his Mayo minor days with Gavin Duffy
Fifteen years after he lined out in an All-Ireland minor final, Gavin Duffy is back training with the Mayo footballers.
# Roots
It's not just Gavin Duffy - the Sportsground is full of Gaelic footballers
We spoke to three more Connacht rugby players about their GAA links…
# Boston bound
Mixed news for Cavan GAA as Clarke ponders a summer abroad
As one big player nears a return, another sets his sights elsewhere…
# Crocked
9 injured players we'll miss seeing in action in this summer's championship
Some of the country’s top players will have to watch this summer’s championship from the sidelines.
# debutants
Offaly and Louth name one debutant each for their Leinster openers
The Leinster championship kicks of this weekend and both teams have announced their teams
# Rossies
3 championship newcomers for both Roscommon and Leitrim
Ronan Stack replaces Darragh Donnelly in the only Roscommon change from the win over Cavan