# COnnacht final

Last year
# COnnacht final
Sean Kelly the right man at the right time to captain Galway
Sean Kelly will captain Galway against Roscommon in the Connacht final in Pearse Stadium today.
All time
# mayo march on
'That was the definition of a cynical foul. Does the crime fit the punishment in this instance? The answer is no'
Marc Ó Sé and Shane Dowling take a closer look at a late incident in Mayo’s Connacht final win over Galway on The42 GAA Weekly.
Mayo v Galway, Connacht SFC final
Mayo came out on top in Salthill.
# tribe team
Galway captain returns as Joyce hands out four championship debuts for Connacht final
The Tribe ring the changes for Sunday’s showdown against Mayo.
# rossies repeat
Galway should edge Connacht final but conditions could play big factor - former Tribe dual star
Alan Kerins believes Kevin Walsh’s men ‘should have enough’ to beat Roscommon in Salthill.
# Sensational
There was an unbelievable goal-saving block at MacHale Park over the weekend
Mayo defender Rachel Kearns produced a perfectly-timed challenge in Sunday’s Connacht SFC final.
# COnnacht final
Galway criticise appointment of former Mayo minor manager as referee for Connacht final
A statement said the appointment of an ex-Mayo minor manager for Sunday’s Connacht final was a gross error of judgement.
# expert view
Analysis: Quality of Galway's Walsh, Roscommon's shooting woes and second-half midfield battle
The42′s analyst Sean Murphy takes a closer look at yesterday’s Connacht final.
# COnnacht final
'It’s in the DNA of Roscommon people never to be too hung up on the Galway challenge'
Kevin McStay is hoping to lead the county to a first Connacht two-in-a-row since 1991.
# your choice
Who was your man-of-the-match in yesterday's Connacht football final?
Danny Cummins, Niall Daly and Declan Kyne were up for the award on The Sunday Game last night.
Army cadet McStay found out he was starting a Connacht final from the barber cutting his hair
Roscommon boss Kevin McStay recalls the 1983 Connacht decider with Mayo.
# Connacht SFC
Shine held in reserve as Roscommon make 4 changes for Connacht final clash with Galway
There’s a change in goal too with Darren O’Malley handed the number one shirt.
# starting XV
Galway select minor team they hope will retain Connacht title in Sunday's final against Mayo
Pearse Stadium hosts Sunday’s curtain-raiser.
# Twelve Months On
From working in a Santa Barbara ice cream parlour to playing in a Connacht football final
It’s been quite a transformation for Niall McInerney.
# As You Were
Mayo name starting XV for this weekend's All-Ireland quarter-final
They take on Donegal at Croke Park on Saturday evening.
# Champions
Galway trounce Sligo to end eight-year wait for provincial honours
The Tribesmen are Connacht minor football champions for the first time since 2007.
# MJ Mort
Mayo, Michael Jackson and Mortimer - the story of the 2009 Connacht final celebration
In an extract from his new book, ex-Mayo player Conor Mortimer on his famous celebration from the 2009 clash.
# Have your say
Poll: Who will win today's Munster and Connacht senior finals?
There’s silverware up for grabs in Páirc Uí Chaoimh and Elverys MacHale Park today.
# Inside track
The Galway based Garda getting set to line out for Mayo in the Connacht final
Colm Boyle is working in enemy territory before the clash in Castlebar.
# Fill The Diary
Munster and Connacht titles up for grabs in the 18 key GAA fixtures this week
The dates, times and venues are in for this week’s key matches.
Shane Curran's all out attack from goal goes wrong in Connacht final
Curran’s side St Brigid’s lost out against Castlebar in yesterday’s game in Dr Hyde Park.
# Final two
Castlebar to face St Brigid's in Connacht senior football final
The Mayo and Roscommon champions won their semi-final ties today.
Mayo v London, Connacht senior football final
Could London spring a shock in Castlebar? Here’s how it all unfolded.
# Exiles
'We'll make the most of what we have here in London' - Lorcan Mulvey
The Exiles forward was talking emigration, homesickness and their remarkable run ahead of tomorrow’s Connacht SFC final.
# Exiles Leader
The London captain who beat Mayo while playing for Longford in 2010
One member of the Exiles side knows what it takes to beat Mayo in a championship match.
Moran and Hennelly back in Mayo starting side for Connacht final
Meanwhile London are unchanged for next Sunday’s clash in Castlebar.
# Celebrity Fan
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer jumps on the Mayo GAA bandwagon for Sunday
He’d make a nice addition to the attack alongside Alan Dillon and Andy Moran.
Mayo v Sligo, Connacht SFC Final
It was ugly, cynical at times and far from impressive but James Horan’s side bully their way to the Connacht title. We were live right here with all the action and analysis.
# Regal Rossies
Connacht Minor Football Championship: Roscommon survive late fightback to down Mayo
The Rossies got off to a blistering start but gradually ceded ground in a close contest.
# Walkout
Earley on Mortimer: 'You just don’t do that in the week of a big game'
The former Roscommon star believes Mort will regret his decision to leave the Mayo panel.
# Interview
VIDEO: 'We won't be taking Sligo for granted' - Moran
The Mayo star is determined to make it back-to-back Connacht final wins.
# Bragging Rights
Nerveless O'Connor ready for 'battle' with familiar face
Mayo’s expert free-taker will have to contend with Pat Hughes on Sunday, a man who knows what he ate for breakfast.
# tweak
Mayo make one change for Connacht final
Enda Varley has been handed a starting role for Sunday’s provincial showdown with Sligo.
# Dedicated followers
It's t-shirt time: 9 athletes who got a message off their chest
Mario Balotelli asked ‘Why Always Me?’ during Sunday’s derby demolition of local rivals United. But he’s not the first to reveal a fashionable message.
Mayo v Roscommon
We have all the latest from Dr. Hyde Park where Mayo and Roscommon are contesting the 2011 Connacht Final.
# Roscommon
Consultant may sue government over Roscommon hospital stats
A consultant believes his professional reputation has been damaged, as a protest is planned at a GAA match.