HS football team of the weekThere was plenty of heated debate in the office this morning over our football team of the week selection and the omission of Donegal captain Michael Murphy was one of many talking points.
Toye: minors gave us a liftChristy Toye has revealed how the Donegal minor team's victory over Dublin in the Croke Park curtain-raiser inspired the seniors to complete a famous All-Ireland semi-final double.
Bonner always believedDeclan Bonner was convinced that his Donegal minors would beat Dublin if they were within striking distance going into the closing stages.
SFC semi-final: Donegal defy the odds to dethrone DubsMassive underdogs Donegal produced a phenomenal performance to dethrone Dublin in a breath-taking contest to set up an All-Ireland final showdown with Kerry on September 21.
MFC semi-final: O'Donnell fires Donegal into first deciderIt was first blood to Donegal at Croke Park after super-sub Ethan O'Donnell's late point secured their place in the All-Ireland MFC final for the first time.
As it happened: All-Ireland semi-final Match TrackerWelcome folks to what was the latest edition of our live match tracker as we brought you coverage of today's All-Ireland minor and senior football championship semi-finals.
Gavin gracious in defeatJim Gavin was making no excuses after tasting his first championship defeat as Dublin manager.
Joe and Marty get a soakingCroke Park wasn't just the scene of a famous Donegal victory today.
Change of colours for finalWhile Croke Park will be transformed into a sea of green and gold on September 21 for this year's All-Ireland SFC final between Donegal and Kerry, the two teams are expected to wear their alternative strips to avoid a clash of colours.
What the players are saying about Donegal on twitterMany current and past players took to twitter after Donegal's famous victory over Dublin to salute Jim McGuinness and his players.
Donegal's victory didn't surprise McGuinnessJim McGuinness has insisted that Donegal's six-point victory over Dublin didn't surprise him.
Donegal go from underdogs to favouritesWhat a difference 70 minutes of football can make!
McHugh: I was lucky enough to be in the right placeRyan McHugh played down his goal-scoring heroics after Donegal's sensational victory over Dublin.
Andrews against the oddsThere's a saying that the bookies rarely get it wrong - but Paddy Andrews doesn't agree with the odds for tomorrow's All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Donegal.
Preview: SF semi-final: Dublin v DonegalThe full-house signs will be erected at Croke Park for the first time this year when Dublin and Donegal face off in the second of the All-Ireland football semi-finals tomorrow.
Team news: Dublin team announcedDublin manager Jim Gavin has announced his team ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final clash with Donegal at Croke Park.
Q&A with Martin McHugh about the Donegal and Dublin's MFC meetingMartin McHugh takes an in-depth look at Sunday's Electric Ireland MFC semi-final between Donegal and Dublin.
"We're getting carried away with Dublin" - McEnteeFormer Armagh star Tony McEntee believes Dublin are over-hyped.
Dublin holding all the aces, suggests CanavanPeter Canavan believes Dublin are stronger than Donegal in a number of respects.
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Hard work pays off for Gaoth DobhairGaoth Dobhair will be the proudest GAA club in the country on Sunday afternoon as they have no fewer than nine players representing Donegal at Croke Park.
GAA "aiming to build Dublin as a venue for American football"If the GAA has its way, American football matches in Croke Park will soon be a regular thing.
Donegal Boston GAA: Boston final reportsDonegal captured the Pat Callaghan Cup for the second time in three years with a comprehensive victory over a battling Cork side.
Wherity's dollars are on DonegalNew York-based former Donegal footballer Ross Wherity will be sticking a few dollars on his native county beating Dublin this weekend.
"It was the most surreal game that I was ever at"Jack O'Connor couldn't believe his eyes as he observed the 2011 All-Ireland semi-final between Donegal and Dublin.
Bonner questions Dublin's subsDeclan Bonner has questioned whether Dublin's much-vaunted substitutes could make an impact coming into a tight game.
Donegal will focus on their own game - MurphyDonegal captain Michael Murphy says the Ulster champions will concentrate on their own game in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
McStay expects rivetting Dublin-Donegal clashKevin McStay says Sunday's second All-Ireland SFC semi-final has the potential to be "the game of the season".
First All-Ireland final beckons for Donegal minorsManager Declan Bonner is hoping three years of hard work will pay off for his Donegal minor team.
Whelan expects Dubs' class to shine throughMickey Whelan believes Dublin's superior quality can see them past Donegal's challenge on Sunday.
Dublin's lack of tough games gives McEniff hopeBrian McEniff is hoping Donegal can take advantage of the fact that Dublin haven't had a serious test in this year's championship.
Jim has to come up with a Plan BJim McGuinness won't be employing the same tactics that famously frustrated Dublin in the 2011 All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
McGrath and Donegal will give it their 'best shot'Donegal defender Paddy McGrath accepts Dublin are 'hot favourites' for Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final - but the Ardara man isn't raising a white flag just yet.
Watch: Anchorman style face off between Dublin and Donegal fansThis Anchorman street fight parody between Dublin and Donegal fans hit all the right notes ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final between the two counties.
Murphy and Goggins to feature on Seo SpoirtSeó Spóirt's roving reporter Gemma Ní Chionnaith will speak to the Donegal footballer, Michael Murphy, and the former Dublin footballer