TV schedule of live games revealedRTE and SKY will televise a combined total of 45 games across the gaelic football and hurling championships this summer.
Ulster MFL final: Donegal too strong for DerryDonegal took the Ulster MFL spoils courtesy of a six-point victory over Derry at Healy Park today.
Donegal to avoid club v. county clashClub fixtures in Donegal will go ahead as planned after it was revealed that the county team would be holding their training camp on the weekend of May 9th.
Preparations please GallagherDonegal manager Rory Gallagher is pleased with the progress his side is making ahead of their Ulster SFC clash against Tyrone on May 17th.
Ring, Rackard and Meagher Cup fixtures launchThe GAA today announced the fixtures for Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cup Championships 2015.
GPA student report: 'Never Enough Time'A majority of student county players may not be enjoying a high quality learning experience and require more support from their respective academic and sporting environments according to a new report published by the Gaelic Players Association today.
St. Eunan's U-21 and U-14 FootballersThe St. Eunan's Under-14 boys footballers travelled to Buncrana for the John McFadden Memorial Blitz last Saturday
St. Eunan's G.A.A.Golf Classic Launch with Diver's HyundaiSt Eunan's GAA Club are delighted to welcome Diver's Hyundai Garage, Canal Road, Letterkenny , as main sponsor of the annual club golf classic.
HL2B playoff: Donegal hold off Red HandsDonegal retained their Division 2B status following a dramatic victory over Tyrone in today's relegation/promotion playoff replay at Celtic Park.
Donegal injuries clear upMark McHugh and Neil Gallagher have resumed training with Donegal after missing last Sunday's Allianz Football League semi-final loss to Cork.
Bonner has burn out concernDonegal minor manager Declan Bonner believes that the issue of player burn out is becoming a real concern.
Gallagher plans aheadDonegal manager Rory Gallagher admits that the players will be put through their paces over the next few weeks as preparation for the Ulster championship continues.
Minister announces €900,000 investment for Inter-County Players supportMinister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring today announced a €900,000 investment to support GAA inter-county players.
GAA unveil hurling and championship refs for 2015The GAA has confirmed its panels of referees for the 2015 football and hurling championships.
McGuinness talk captivates SaracensFirst gaelic football, then soccer and now rugby - Jim McGuinness has given Saracens players a pep talk ahead of Saturday's European Champions Cup semi-final against Clermont Auvergne.
McGee: we were leggyNeil McGee admits Donegal were "a bit leggy" in their league semi-final against Cork.
Thompson hasn't trained with team-matesAnthony Thompson hasn't been able to train with his Donegal team-mates so far in 2015.
St. Eunan's GAA 'Who will be the Master?'Committee members JP Clarke, Ciaran Haran and Rory Kavanagh made a presentation to Shane Blaney on behalf of his brother Rory Blaney
HS football team of the weekDublin and Cork will vie for the title of Division 1 champions for 2015. Here's who stood out for us in yesterday's two semi-final encounters ...
GAA tweets: 'Top class from McManus'Monaghan ace Conor McManus put on an exhibition of point taking in Croke Park yesterday ...
Gallagher laments lack of atmosphereRory Gallagher believes the drab Croke Park atmosphere contributed to the lack of bite in Donegal's defeat to Cork.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Am I surprised? We've gone from game to game and genuinely that's the way we approached it. It's not our long-term ambition this year."
FL1 semi-final: four-midable Rebels down DonegalDonegal's defence took the day off as Cork defeated them by 4-11 to 0-19 in the first of today's league semi-finals at Croke Park.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThis afternoon at Croke Park, the field for the 2015 national football league crown was trimmed from four to two.
HL play-off: Casey comes to Tyrone's rescueTyrone kept their hopes of promotion to Division 2B alive when coming from behind to draw with Donegal in Owenbeg this evening.
Durcan's club transfer rubber stampedThe formalities of Paul Durcan's club transfer to Ballyboden St Enda's have been completed.
"It's not in their DNA to take a game casually"Cork captain Michael Shields doesn't subscribe to the theory that tomorrow's FL semi-final doesn't rank too highly on Donegal's list of priorities.
Team news: Murphy and Thompson back for DonegalDonegal have named a strong team for Sunday's Allianz Football League semi-final against Cork at Croke Park.
Ulster GAA Coach Academy Open For ApplicationsTo compliment the coaching qualification pathway, Ulster GAA in conjunction with Ulster Ladies Gaelic are delighted to announce the launch of the new Ulster GAA Coach Academy.
Curran wonders what Donegal have to do to get over the lineBad decisions and shot selections came back to haunt Donegal in last night's Ulster U-21 FC decider according to manager Maxi Curran.
Ulster U21 FC final: Tyrone take twelfth titleDan McNulty swung over an injury-time free to give Tyrone a 1-11 to 0-13 victory over neighbours Donegal in front of 3,239 spectators at Celtic Park.
Rib injury scare for McHughMark McHugh has emerged as a major doubt for Donegal's Division 1 semi-final clash with Cork on Sunday.
Football finals detailsFixture details have been confirmed for the four divisional Allianz Football League finals, which will take place at Croke Park on Saturday, April 25 and Sunday, April 26.
Lacey happy with where he's atKarl Lacey says he's "happy with where I'm at" after getting a solid Spring campaign under his belt.
McMahon looks to DonegalJoe McMahon admits Tyrone face "a tough task" in their Ulster SFC opener against Donegal on May 17th.