# National Football League

This year
# Talking Points
Dublin and Derry favourites, Cork's next step and aim for new managers
The second tier action commences tomorrow.
Last year
# Not over yet
Dublin's five-game losing streak comes to an end as they ease to victory over Tyrone
Victory gives the Dubs a chance of survival in Division 1.
# Red Hand Result
Second-half goals key as Tyrone overcome loss of suspended players to defeat Kildare
Conn Kilpatrick and Darren McCurry landed the crucial goals to secure the win.
Kerry, Armagh, Cork and Galway name teams for league openers
Walsh Cup finalists Dublin and Wexford have also shown their respective hands.
All time
# Decider
Derry and Offaly to contest Division 3 final in Croke Park
The two teams will go head-to-head at GAA HQ on Saturday.
# Team news
Coen back as captain as Mayo make seven changes for Division 2 clash with Meath
Mayo welcome the Royal County to Castlebar on Sunday.
# trip 2 tipp
Dublin and Kerry footballers to meet again in Thurles as fixtures released for National Leagues
The All-Ireland champions and The Kingdom will reunite at Semple Stadium 20 years on from a famous clash.
# Redskins
Redskins announce review of name after sponsor threat
Franchise released a statement this afternoon saying their FedEx sponsor has demanded a name change.
# Covid-19
'If it's the worst case scenario as predicted, you can forget about sporting activity' - O'Mahony
Fine Gael Senator and former Galway football manager John O’Mahony wouldn’t be surprised to see GAA games played closed doors due to the spread of Covid-19.
# starting XV
Monaghan make two changes for Croke Park clash with Dublin
The teams will meet tomorrow at Croke Park in Division One of the Allianz Football League.
# New Season
Horan hands out four debuts as Mayo open league defence
All-Star defender Paddy Durcan captains Mayo against Donegal.
# 100% record
Derry complete flawless Division 4 campaign with league final victory over Leitrim
Shane McGuigan was the star as the Ulster side ran out four-point winners at Croke Park.
# League Matters
Ruane's goal proves decisive as Mayo edge past Kerry in Tralee
Conditions were miserable but James Horan’s side ground out an important away win.
# Mourne Ranger
Seeking Croke Park league glory after wife's success as All-Ireland camogie captain
Darren O’Hagan could lead the Mourne County to league promotion this weekend.
# wash out
Second-half siege helps dogged Dublin see off Roscommon in dreadful conditions
Dean Rock scored 1-5 as Dublin ran out five-point winners at Dr Hyde Park.
# Winning formula
Tyrone tweak starting line-up in search of first league win against Monaghan
Niall Morgan’s late free saved Mickey Harte’s side from three successive defeats in Division 1 a fortnight ago.
# Marching orders
Armagh and Sligo stars set to miss league games as bans are upheld
The pair were sent off during their respective National Football League clashes last weekend.
# they won't be loved
Maroon 5 are playing the Super Bowl halftime show - and a lot of people aren't one bit happy
Prominent artists including Rihanna, P!nk and Cardi B reportedly turned down the offer to headline tonight’s game.
# tuning out
NFL ratings slide for opener as Trump slams league
Thursday’s ratings number is way down on other season kick-off games of recent years.
# Orchard Delight
Murnin goal the crucial score as Armagh augment promotion with silverware at HQ
Kieran McGeeney’s side got the better of Fermanagh in the Division 3 final this afternoon.
# Round-Up
Cavan and Fermanagh continue unbeaten streaks while Derry earn first win of the year
Sunday saw Meath suffer their first defeat of the year in Division 2, Offaly succumb to Derry at Celtic Park and Roscommon claim the FBD League title.
# Alternative
No politics, kneeling for Vince McMahon's XFL
News of the launch comes as the National Football League prepares to bring the curtain down on the most tumultuous season in its history.
# Unimpressed
Sponsor complains over NFL anthem controversy
John Schnatter, the founder of Papa John’s pizza, told a conference call he believed the furore had hurt sales of his pizzas.
# Geezer
Kieran McGeeney banned for 12 weeks over incident with official - reports
The Armagh manager allegedly had a verbal altercation with Joe McQuillan.
# wee giants
Grimes the hero as Louth secure silverware with injury-time goal
The Division 4 trophy is going back to the Wee County tonight.
Kildare v Clare, Allianz National Football League Division 3 final
There is silverware on the line at GAA HQ.
# tweaking things
Fitzmaurice makes two changes as Kerry target tricky Monaghan victory
Midfielder David Moran will line out for the Kingdom for the first time since 7 February.
# Rebel Response
'They are a very resilient bunch of players. There was a lot of soul-searching of course.'
Peadar Healy was disappointed to suffer another defeat but could take some positives from their outing at GAA HQ.
# down and out
Donaghy and Cooper return for Kerry in 16-point win over Down
Bryan Sheehan scored six points in a comfortable outing for the Kingdom.
# Winning Streak
McLoone goal condemns Mayo to third successive defeat
A strong finish from Donegal secured the two points for the hosts, to the delight of the crowd in Ballybofey.
# st bernard
Brogan the hero for Dublin as they snatch victory at the death against Monaghan
Conor McManus was outstanding for the Farney men, scoring 12 points, but he still ended up on the losing side.
Dublin v Kerry, National Football League
Last year’s All-Ireland finalists start their league campaigns at GAA HQ tonight.
# Recovery
4 months after losing part of his hand in a fireworks accident, Giants' player may feature on Sunday
Jason Pierre-Paul suffered extensive injuries during a Fourth of July celebration.
# Decision time
With the first pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, picks...
The waiting is over for college football’s big names as tonight they’ll find out their new homes.
# Final Countdown
5 talking points ahead of Dublin and Derry’s National Football League final
“Lucky” Dublin, lethal Lynch and plenty more to look forward to this afternoon.
# Final Four
5 talking points ahead of Cork v Dublin
The old rivals meet again in Croke Park tomorrow with a place in the National Football League final on the line.
# In Pictures
29 of our favourite photos from a weekend of brilliant GAA action
From Croker on Saturday to Cork on Sunday, these are some of our favourite shots.
# National Football League
NFL Saturday: Monaghan make light work of Armagh, Meath edge Laois
Monaghan kept their promotion push alive with a 10-point win in the Athletic Grounds.
# Review
6 talking points from the weekend's GAA action
Cork’s forward options, goals winning games, and more to discuss after the weekend’s club and county action…
# Late Show
Dublin too good for determined Westmeath side
Paul Hudson was the hero as the Dubs were given a scare at Cusack Park today.