All-Ireland MFC: Donegal come good in second-half

Donegal have booked their place in the semi-final stages of this year's All-Ireland MFC courtesy of a 2-13 to 0-13 last eight victory over Cork in Croke Park today.

The GAAmbler: One Big Weekend!

It has been a quiet few weeks from ourselves as we have been on extended vacation, but this is not to say we haven't kept our readers in profit, with our NAP in the Derry and Tipperary game landing nicely last weekend.

As it happened: Saturday Match Tracker

Today saw the last of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers take place as there were two games to be decided this afternoon.

Team news: McGee misses out

Rory Gallagher has made one change to his Donegal team for this evening's All-Ireland SFC Qualifier Round 4B contest with Cork.

McHugh wary of Rebel threat

Donegal star Ryan McHugh is looking forward to 'getting back on track' but isn't underestimating the challenge that Cork will pose to their ambitions of making the quarter-final stages of the All-Ireland SFC.

Team news: Three changes for Rebels

The Cork football team has been announced ahead of their highly anticipated clash with Donegal on Saturday evening in Croke Park.

Football quarter-final draw might be needed on Saturday night

The GAA has confirmed that the draw, if required, for quarter-finals  in the B section  of the All-Ireland SFC will take place on Saturday evening.

Ladies previews: do or die in the qualifiers

There are no second chances for the teams involved in this weekend's ladies championship.

McGuinness criticism doesn't affect us - McElhinney

Donegal's Martin McElhinney says he and his team mates haven't read into the recent criticism from former manager Jim McGuinness.

Gallagher: there's another All-Ireland in Donegal

Donegal manager Rory Gallagher feels there's another All-Ireland SFC title left in his current crop.

Dunnion backs Donegal to shine

Former Donegal player Barry Dunnion is confident that the current side can bounce back from their Ulster SFC final defeat and advance to an All-Ireland quarterfinal.

SFC previews: all roads lead to Croker

Here are our previews for the four All-Ireland SFC clashes taking place at Croke Park this weekend.

Cork skipper calls for patience

Cork captain Paul Kerrigan says "patience all over the field" will be key if they are to topple Donegal at Croke Park on Saturday.

"We have created a monster and now we have to feed him"

Former Munster Council chairman Sean Fogarty believes the new GAA/GPA deal will drive a wedge between inter-county and club players.

Gallagher braced for Cork challenge

Rory Gallagher is adamant his Donegal team is a 'match for anybody in the country' ahead of this Saturday's All-Ireland SFC qualifier against Cork in Croke Park.

GAA Talks at the West Belfast Belfast

Following on From the Success of Last year's GAA Talks at the West Belfast Festival, this year a star studded line up has been confirmed for this year's event taking place in St Galls GAC, Monday 8th August 2016 at 7.45.

O'Driscoll calls for Cork patience

Colm O'Driscoll says patience is the key to unlocking Donegal's packed defence.

Deegan and Lane appointed to SFC quarter-finals

The GAA have confirmed that Maurice Deegan and Conor Lane will referee this Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals at Croke Park.

The soon-to-be introduced gaelic football 'mark' on Central Council agenda

Here are the main items that was on the agenda at last Saturday's meeting of the GAA's Central Council...

GAA/GPA deal: "Great news for all past, present and future players!!"

The new GAA/GPA agreement has received the thumbs up from inter-county players...

Quiz: think you know your stuff from the weekend GAA?

Do you know your stuff from what happened in the GAA world over the past weekend?

GAA and GPA reach agreement

The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have announced details of a new deal worth €6.2m per year that includes a number of significant increases in benefits for inter-county players.


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