Gaa - Saturday 20 September, 2014
Kilmallock also booked their place in the last four today.
From James O’Donoghue playing hurling to Gooch togging out, we have a look at the best pictures of the season so far.
2012 champions impress as they bid to regain their county crown.
The Antrim side claimed the title in an All-Ulster final.
Conor Quinn emigrated to Australia in 2010 – but there was no way he was missing tomorrow’s All-Ireland football final.
Kiltoom and Strokestown hosted this afternoon’s Roscommon SFC quarter-final replays.
Four teams booked their place in the Wexford SHC semi-finals.
St. Galls and Errigal Ciaran will fight it out for the title.
McGuinness has made two changes from the side who started the win over Dublin.
In an extract from Pat Nolan’s new book ‘The Furlong’s', the 1982 final is put under the microscope.
The Crossmaglen boss was highly critical after crazy scenes in last night’s Armagh senior football championship.
Donegal take on 1/2 favourites Kerry in the curtain raiser on Sunday.
Donegal’s manager has received guidance from The Kingdom.
However, our columnist only sees the bounce of a ball between the two sides.
The 2012 Footballer of the Year also reveals how he played on against Armagh despite feeling a slight tear in his hamstring early on.
Gaa - Friday 19 September, 2014
It was a big night of action in Cavan, Down, Dublin, Kildare and Laois.
We haven’t seen this before.
The official GAA promo video has little difficulty in conveying the intensity and excitement of the occasion.
There’s plenty to watch and listen to this weekend.
We know which one’s our favourite but what about you?
Check out what’s in store around the country.
The statue’s base is emblazoned with the words “Jim The Redeemer – For Services To Winning Matches”.
The full-back is looking forward to the task of keeping a resurgent Kieran Donaghy under wraps.
The traditional All-Ireland final curtain-raiser takes place tomorrow.
Reports emerged this morning of a spying incident at a closed Kerry training session.
There’s also action in Limerick, Laois and Wexford to look forward to.
But former Donegal manager Brian McEniff is still tipping the Tir Chonaill to beat the Kingdom on Sunday though.
They’ve been the bunting, flags and signs out in the south-west and the north-west.
Cathal McInerney is going to be playing for the Banner footballers in 2015.
County Board executive will meet later today to decide on their next step.
The Armagh man feels Kerry’s ‘guaranteed’ place in the quarter-finals gives them critical ‘big game experience’
He feels the Ulster champions have been exceptional but get undeserved criticism by certain parts of the media.
Gaa - Thursday 18 September, 2014
The Kingdom have made changes in the full-back and half-forward line.
The Kingdom’s top scorer must settle for a place on the bench.
The minor and U21 positions will be rubberstamped tonight.
Take a bow for the creativity and effort.
He also sent them a few bob for a taxi fare. Because he’s sound.
Feel the nostalgia wash over you.
A former playing great is in line to lead the Tribesmen.