What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They know as much about serious level sport as I do about the sleeping habits of the Ayatollah."
All-Ireland MHC: Dubs power past SaffronsDublin ran out 11 points winners over Antrim in today's All-Ireland MHC quarter-final at Kingspan Breffni Park to set up a semi-final meeting with Munster champions Tipperary.
Ulster U21HC final: Glensmen edge out Oak Leafers to complete seven-in-a-rowAntrim are Ulster U21 hurling champions for the seventh successive year following a hard-fought 1-19 to 0-17 victory over Derry at Ballinascreen.
Hawkeye not in the running for ClonesUlster Council chairman Martin McAviney says Hawkeye won't be coming to Clones any time soon.
"I spotted Cindy Crawford a couple of metres away"Marty Morrissey has opened up on his failed attempt to chat up Cindy Crawford.
Championship tweets: Stay classy Dessie Dolan!Dessie Dolan's fashion sense was was a hot topic of debate on Twitter last night ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Donegal in fairness were the better team last year, and fully deserved it, but we just wanted to come here and show that we were a good team, and that we could win another Ulster final."
Watch: Casement Park has become a sorry sightIt's hard to believe from this spectacular aerial footage recorded by SkyEye Belfast that Casement Park was once one of the premier GAA venues in the country.
As it Happened: Saturday Match TrackerThe Munster senior football championship replay was centre stage in today's action.
Hurling rankings: no change at the topThe more things change, the more they stay the same.
Ulster football final sold out as northern attendances up 5.6%Sunday's Ulster football finals double header at Clones is now sold out, with huge interest particularly from supporters in Donegal and Monaghan for the senior showpiece.
Ulster U21HC: Glensmen and Oak Leafers to contest finalTonight's Ulster U21 hurling semi-finals produced victories for Antrim and Derry.
Lámh Dhearg promoting Community involvement and healthy lifestyleBelfast Mountain 10K Scenic Run and Walk will be held on Saturday 29th August beginning at 12 noon over the National Trust Divis and Black Mountain.
HS football team of the weekEight counties are represented on our football team of the week ...
All-Ireland football qualifier detailsThe GAA has confirmed details for three of the four All-Ireland SFC Round 3B and 4A qualifiers.
Ryan hails 'leader' CarsonAntrim boss Kevin Ryan praised Conor Carson's leadership qualities after the Saffrons edged out Down to claim a 14th Ulster SHC title in-a-row.
Championship tweets: Class of 93It was business as usual for Ciaran Kilkenny and his Dublin team-mates in Croke Park yesterday ...
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"We are nicely balanced and pretty much injury-free at this juncture, so it's all systems go now for the quarter-final."
Ulster SHC final: McKinley points Saffrons to provincial successConor McKinley's injury-time point was the difference as Antrim caught Down on the line in a closely fought Ulster SHC final in Owenbeg.
Ulster MHC final: Saffrons sink Oak LeafersDerry were no match for a rampant Antrim side in the Ulster MHC final at Owenbeg.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe games are really coming thick and fast now and today's key action included the Leinster SFC and Munster SHC finals.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerToday was one of the busiest days on the GAA calendar as we brought you no fewer than six games from the All-Ireland SFC and SHC qualifiers.
JJ and the Rock: predictions for the weekend's big hurling gamesFor hurling fans, Thurles is the only place to be this weekend. Tomorrow evening, Semple Stadium hosts two mouth-watering All-Ireland SHC Round 2 qualifiers involving Dublin and Limerick and Cork and Clare. Then on Sunday afternoon, Tipperary and Waterford contest the Munster SHC final, which is always one of the highlights of the Irish sporting year.
Saffron Scullion calls time: "I've done what I can"Antrim stalwart Tony Scullion has retired from intercounty football.
Qualifier draw made as Ladies Championship launchedThe 2015 TG4 Ladies All Ireland Football Championships were launched at Croke Park on Monday as more than 30 of the top players in the country assembled at the venue that will be host to the 42nd championship finals on September 27th.
HS football team of the weekLongford, Fermanagh, Kildare, Kerry, Cork and Roscommon all have representatives on our football team of the week ...
Irish sporting greats to turn out for 'Hurling for Cancer Research'A who's who of Irish sports people will take to the St Conleth's Park pitch in Newbridge on Tuesday, August 11th for a celebrity hurling match in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.
Championship tweets: Dara Ó Briain bumps into Liam in KilkennyComedian Dara Ó Briain got to meet Kilkenny's most famous resident in person ...
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"From where I was looking, it was no penalty. If anything it was a free out."
SF Qualifier: Quigley on fire as Ernemen repeat the dose against SaffronsSean Quigley pointed 14 times as Fermanagh thumped Antrim at changeable Enniskillen, 1-21 to 0-11.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe first of this year's provincial finals were down for decision this afternoon.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerHappy July 4th to all our American cousins as we brought you the latest edition of our live text commentary.
Preview: SFC qualifier: Fermanagh v AntrimFermanagh and Antrim will meet for the third time in championship action in the space of 12 months tomorrow and it's honours even as things stand.
Crozier promising 'positive' approach from AntrimJustin Crozier says Antrim will be a lot more attack-minded against Fermanagh tomorrow than when the sides met in the Ulster SFC quarter-final five weeks ago.
Team news: Fermanagh team revealedThe Fermanagh team for Sunday's All-Ireland SFC Qualifier Round 2A clash with Antrim has been announced.

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