Donegal NY fall to the KingdomDonegal NY's hopes for a second half of season resurgence by the Senior team were dashed Sunday by a 1-18 to 0-9 loss to Kerry.
Ladies: qualifier draw throws up big derbyUlster rivals Monaghan and Tyrone have been pitted together in round 2 of the TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship qualifiers.
If the All-Stars were picked now ...The provincial football championships have been decided and it's the perfect time to update our choice as the players of the season so far.
McGonagle satisfiedDonegal mentor Paul McGonagle was delighted with the manner of victory over Monaghan in last Sunday's Ulster SFC final.
Nine Ulster medals heading for Gaoth DobhairThe Gaoth Dobhair club in Donegal was celebrating the county's double success more than most last Sunday.
Lacey wants Jim to continueKarl Lacey is hoping Jim McGuinness will be able to continue as Donegal manager in 2015, despite speculation that he is to be handed a greater role at Celtic FC.
Provincial winners launch All-Ireland seriesJames O'Donoghue (Kerry), Karl Lacey (Donegal), Jonny Cooper (Dublin) and Robert Hennelly (Mayo) helped launch the 2014 All-Ireland football series at the Mansion House Dublin today.
New Celtic boss impresses McGuinnessNew Celtic FC manager Ronnie Deila has made a strong first impression on Jim McGuinness.
McGee: we deserved itNeil McGee says there's no way Donegal were going to be outfought by Monaghan in a second successive Ulster final.
Lacey: "we couldn't afford to mind that stuff"Karl Lacey says Donegal were not going to be derailed by Monaghan's overt physicality.
Mayo the biggest threat to Dublin - SheedyJack Sheedy sees Mayo as the biggest threat to Dublin's back-to-back All-Ireland bid.
No excuses from HughesDarren Hughes admits that the best team won the 2014 Ulster final.
McHugh: "great day all round"Ryan McHugh says Donegal's Ulster SFC final victory over Monaghan was "a big one".
HS football team of the weekAfter their 16-point demolition of rivals Meath, Dublin are well-represented on our football team of the week.
MFC quarter-finals for Bank Holiday weekendThe four All-Ireland MFC quarter-finals will take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
McBrearty happy to do what Jim saysPaddy McBrearty has no gripe with the Donegal management after he was left out of the starting line-up for yesterday's Ulster SFC final.
GAA confirm All-Ireland SFC times, dates and venuesTimes, dates and venues have been confirmed for a number of forthcoming fixtures in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.
Electric Ireland Ulster Minor Football Championship FinalFavourites Donegal vindicated that tag as they captured the county's 6th Ulster minor football championship title at the expenses of Armagh in a somewhat lack lustre game that they looked to have won at half time but one where they had a bigger battle on their hands in the second half.
Explainer: The road to SamFollowing the conclusion of the provincial football championships over the weekend, the picture in this year's All-Ireland series has become a lot clearer with 12 teams still standing.
Naomh Colmcille keep league challenge aliveNaomh Colmcille kept alive their league challenge with a home victory over neighbours Burt, less than three weeks after defeating the same opposition in the reverse fixture.
Championship tweets: Call me Rihanna!Michael Darragh Macauley still waiting on a response from Rihanna ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I've just come back to the dressing-room after speaking to you and I see the doctor dealing with his (Mickey Burke's) finger."
Bonner says there's more to comeDeclan Bonner insists his Donegal minors aren't finished yet after ending the county's eight-year wait for Ulster honours.
McGuinness: that topped 2012Jim McGuinness rated Donegal's victory over Monaghan as their best under his management.
Ulster SFC final: Donegal crowd out MonaghanDonegal are Ulster champions for the third time in four years after defeating holders Monaghan by 0-15 to 1-9 at Clones.
McBrearty brothers share in historic doubleBrothers Paddy and Stephen McBrearty were to the fore as Donegal claimed a first ever Ulster SFC and MFC double at Clones this afternoon.
Ulster MFC final: dominant Donegal bridge eight-year gapDonegal have been crowned Ulster minor football champions for the first time since 2006 following a comfortable victory over Armagh at Clones.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was provincial final day in Leinster and Ulster as the football deciders took place in both provinces.
Preview: Ulster SFC final: Donegal v MonaghanDonegal and Monaghan will renew acquaintances in the Ulster SFC final for the second year running at Clones tomorrow.
Team news: Donegal minors unchangedDeclan Bonner has announced his Donegal side for the Ulster MFC final versus Armagh on Sunday.
Team news: Two changes to Donegal sideFormer Footballer of the Year Karl Lacey misses out on a starting place once again.
McGee wants to put the record straightDonegal defender Eamonn McGee admits that the county's record against Monaghan has been poor in recent years.
McGuinness lauds LaceyDonegal manager Jim McGuinness has hailed the influence that Karl Lacey has on the squad.
Murphy: three in a row would have been niceMichael Murphy admits Donegal are still smarting from last year's Ulster final defeat to Monaghan.
Team news: O'Rourke names unchanged Monaghan outfitMonaghan manager Malachy O'Rourke has kept faith with the team that defeated Armagh after a replay for the Ulster SFC final versus Donegal at Clones on Sunday.

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