McGuinness: Dublin the team to beatJim McGuinness says Dublin "have made themselves much more difficult to beat".
HS football team of the weekAfter an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, Dublin have five players on our team of the week while Donegal and Westmeath have three each.
Gallagher turns focus to finalRory Gallagher and his Donegal layers have 'a lot of work to do' in advance of their Ulster SFC final against Monaghan on July 19th.
Championship tweets: Come back of all come backs!!!!Westmeath are in dreamland following yesterday's historic championship victory over neighbours Meath ...
CLG Bord Inis Eoghain interviewsA weekly insight into the GAA in Inishowen, our peninsula's beating heart.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's a miracle for the lads there."
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe Leinster SFC semi-finals were the main attraction in today's games.
Ulster SFC: Donegal edge out Derry to reach fifth successive finalDonegal advanced to their fifth consecutive Ulster SFC decider with a hard-earned 1-9 to 0-10 victory over neighbours Derry at Clones.
Ulster MFC: First blood to DerryDerry pulled off a surprise in the Clones curtain-raiser when dethroning champions Donegal in the Ulster MFC semi-final.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerToday we had the latest edition of our live text commentary.
Preview: Ulster SFC - Donegal v DerryCan Brian McIver crack the Donegal code?
Canavan: it's inevitable Donegal will soon run out of gasPeter Canavan expects Derry to make "life extremely uncomfortable" for Donegal in this evening's Ulster SFC semi-final.
Team news: McFadden back in for DonegalDonegal manager Rory Gallagher has named his side to face Derry in tomorrow evening's big Ulster clash.
Round 2B Football Qualifier draw on Monday morningThe Round 2B Football Qualifier draw will take place next Monday morning, June 29th on RTÉ Radio after the 8.30am news.
Huge Ulster semi-final on Sky Sports this SaturdaySky Sports will broadcast the mouth watering Ulster SFC semi-final between Derry and Donegal this Saturday.
Team news: O'Boyle starts for Oak LeafersCailean O'Boyle returns to the Derry starting line-up for Saturday evening's Ulster SFC semi-final showdown with holders Donegal in Clones.
Ulster GAA and Cancer Focus Promote 'Care in the Sun'Ulster GAA and Cancer Focus Northern Ireland have once again joined forces to promote a 'Care in the Sun' message to all GAA players, mentors and fans this summer.
Devenney: Rory has put his stamp on DonegalBrendan Devenney believes Donegal have become a better team under Rory Gallagher.
McGee takes aim at BBCEamon McGee is unhappy with the BBC for using footage of him and his brother Neil during a debate on sledging.
CLG An Tearmainn Annual 5k walkWe are delighted to announce that Healthwise Pharmacies are sponsoring prizes for this year's Annual 5k.
Jim McGuinness has book on the wayJim McGuinness is set to "reveal what life was like inside the Donegal camp" in a new autobiography to be released in time for the lucrative Christmas market.
Ulster to host Wheelchair Hurling TournamentUlster GAA will host the first round of the M. Donnelly GAA Wheelchair Hurling Interprovincial league for 2015 on Saturday (10am- 3pm) at the Barry McGuigan Sports Hall, Colaiste Oiriall, Monaghan.
Mallon: Donegal are the form teamDerry goalkeeper Thomas Mallon admits they are facing the form team in the country this weekend.
Armagh, Dublin and Tyrone are odds on… and then someDublin footballers are usually the hottest of favourites on any given championship weekend but it's up north you must head if you are after a sure thing.
McHugh 'happy' to do his bit for MeathMartin McHugh refused to get drawn into a war of words with Mick O'Dowd after being described as 'a bit of a one-trick analyst' by the Meath manager.
Gallagher expecting tough testDonegal manager Rory Gallagher accepts that Derry will give his side "a tough test" in Saturday night's Ulster semi-final.
Pic: the good, the brad and the uglyA little bit of creativity goes a long way and one Donegal signwriter has gone above and behond in the week of the big Donegal v Derry Ulster SFC semi-final.
Cycling championships to disrupt GAA fans in Omagh this weekendSpectators attending this weekend's big football championship matches in Ulster have been warned of potential traffic delays due to a cycling event in Omagh.
St. Eunan's U-14 Hurling and Camogie teams make history at National Féile FinalsMid-summer's day will be for long a red-letter in the annals of the St.Eunan's club as both the U-14 Hurling team and the Camogie team won national honours at the Feile na nGael Festivals of Hurling and Camogie hosted at Ulster venues this weekend.
Championship tweets: 'Sea sessions taking my mind off that dirt in O'Moore Park'It was a hectic couple of days of GAA action and it caused plenty of debate on twitter...
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt's the third Sunday in June and the action was coming thick and fast at this stage.
Ulster SHC: Oak Leafers pip battling DonegalDonegal made Derry fight all the way for their place in the Ulster hurling semi-final - 3-17 to 5-7 at Celtic Park.
Donegal ladies in 61-point winDonegal inflicted what may well be a record defeat on Down in yesterday's Ulster senior ladies football quarter-final at Brewster Park.
As it Happened: Saturday Match TrackerWe had no fewer than seven games to bring you today from across the country.
Boyle leaves, as Walsh returns for DonegalDonegal goalkeeper Michael Boyle has left the squad, while Declan Walsh has returned.