Leinster SHC preview: Cody up for the challengeLaois and Westmeath have safely navigated the choppy waters of the qualifier group and now the big boys come out to play in the Leinster SHC this weekend.
Dublin 10/11 to beat Longford by at least 17 pointsThe blue mist will descend on Croke Park this Sunday with Dublin's footballers and hurlers set for a Leinster championship double bill.
Not one, but two more years for GavinJim Gavin has clarified that he has agreed a two year extension to stay on as Dublin football manager.
Competition keeps McMahon on his toesCompetition for places on the Dublin start 15 is intense but Philly McMahon wouldn't have it any other way.
McGrath said 'no' to the DubsPete McGrath turned down the chance to manage the Dublin senior football team back in 2004.
U21 Championship - Dublin v Galway fixture cancelledDublin's second round U21 championship fixture with Galway due to be played this coming Sunday May 31st has been cancelled
Quinn all for Dublin hitting the roadMossie Quinn would like to see the Dublin footballers play some of their championship games outside Croke Park.
O'Callaghan: Mattie is giving nothing awayCian O'Callaghan says his Cuala manager Mattie Kenny hasn't been forthcoming with information about his native Galway ahead of Sunday's Leinster SHC quarter-final.
Ballyboden's 64-point winLook away now if you're a Parnells fan.
Gavin's Dublin reign extendedJim Gavin will remain in charge of the Dublin footballers until the end of 2016, regardless of what happens in this year's championship.
GAA High Performance Sport ScholarshipsUlster University is pleased to announce that once again it will be offering Men's Gaelic Football Scholarships for the 2015/2016 season.
Rushe's big leapAll Star centre-back Liam Rushe is still trying to get used to his new role in the Dublin attack.
Eight counties represented in EirGrid 21 AwardsTyrone's achievement in winning the All-Ireland U-21 FC has been recognised with seven recpients in the inaugural 'EirGrid 21 U-21 Awards' which honours the best 21 players from this year's championship.
O'Carroll: Dubs won't let their standards slipRory O'Carroll insists Dublin won't take Longford for granted in Sunday's Leinster SFC quarter-final.
Forde headed goal lights up novel charity matchA headed goal from Mattie Forde was one of the highlights as Ulster beat Rest of Ireland by 8-11 to 5-11 at Newcastle last night.
O'Carroll a Dubs doubtRory O'Carroll is a doubt for Dublin's Leinster SFC quarter-final against Longford.
Nolan hopes to retain No.1 shirtAlan Nolan hopes to be named between the posts for Dublin's Leinster SHC opener against Galway.
Sheedy will always be a DubLongford manager Jack Sheedy says he is still a Dub and always will be.
Central Council rules on Sky, replays and squad numbersLast Saturday's Central Council meeting made a number of key decisions pertaining to motions which had been referred from Congress and matters arising from the Hurling 2020 Report.
Championship tweets: Henry's a dedicated follower of fashionHenry Shefflin made his debut as a TV pundit yesterday and his suit got the thumbs up from Hurler of the Year Richie Hogan ...
Dublin v Meath U21 A ChampionshipReigning champions Dublin got their defence of the All Ireland crown off to a flying start this afternoon with a resounding twenty six point victory over Leinster rivals Meath.
Dubs allay Flynn injury concernsPaul Flynn has been given the green light to line out for Dublin in their Leinster SFC quarter-final against Longford next Sunday.
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesClubs are reminded that the deadline for the registering of players, club and team officials, trainers, coaches
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They can shout year in, year out about Limerick this and Limerick that and they can tweet all they like and they can abuse all the players they like."
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was another busy Sunday afternoon as we brought you coverage of games in both the provincial hurling and football championships.
Dublin Ladies U21 Team Announcement for ChampionshipDublin Manager Gregory McGonigle has announced his U21 starting fifteen for Sundays opening round of the Aisling McGing championship versus Meath.
Team news: Burke makes Banner championship bowFormer Dublin star Pat Burke is one of two Clare championship debutants for Saturday's Munster SFC quarter-final against Limerick.
O'Carroll opts outRoss O'Carroll's decision to quit the Dublin senior hurling panel came as a 'surprise' to manager Ger Cunningham.
17 All Stars among teams confirmed for GAA Open Charity GameA host of former Gaelic Football stars will line out for a special charity game as part of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Golf events next week in Newcastle.
Cunningham's praise for O'ConnellGer Cunningham admits Darragh O'Connell is in line for his Leinster SHC debut.
Waterford GAA Supporters Club DublinThe Waterford GAA Supporters Club Dublin will host a pre Championship social evening on Monday 25th May
McMorrow to miss Dubs' Leinster bidMidfielder Niall McMorrow has been ruled out of Dublin's entire Leinster SHC campaign.
Brogan won't be happy with bench roleAlan Brogan isn't prepared to settle for a place on the bench this summer.
HS football team of the weekThere's nothing like the championship to herald the start of the summer, here's our football team of the week ...
Dublin ladies U21 Panel 2015The Aisling McGing U21 championship gets underway this weekend.
Naomh Olaf contest U16 "A" Championship finalNaomh Olaf GAA U16 Football team contest the Club's first ever U16 "A" Championship final next Saturday at 4pm in Parnell Park against the Ballyboden St Endas GAA Club.
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesCongratulations to the Dublin U16's on their Leinster championship final victory over Meath full time score Dublin 3-10 Meath 1-10
Championship tweets: Donegal get over the lineAs expected, the Ulster SFC meeting of Donegal and Tyrone generated plenty of discussion on Twitter ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I felt probably that while the officials did a good job that Michael was targeted."
Dublin girls are U16 championsDublin are U16 champions of Leinster once again having recaptured the title for a remarkable sixth year in a row.
Leinster MFC semi-final drawDublin will take on Kildare while Longford will do battle against Meath.
Rackard Cup round-up: Donegal and Tyrone advanceDonegal and Tyrone successfully negotiated their respective Nicky Rackard Cup quarter-final hurdles today.
Leinster MFC: Dubs book semi-final ticketGoals from Dillon Keating (2) and John Kindlon secured Dublin's safe passage into the last four at Wexford's expense in Innovate Wexford Park today.
Check out Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner's Fantasy Gaelic teamsThe official GAA/GPA Fantasy Gaelic game is back for another season; and we have a sneak peak at the selections of Derry's Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner from Mayo.
McCarthy injury a concern for DubsDublin are keeping their fingers crossed that the injury sustained by James McCarthy in last night's SF challenge against Clare isn't serious.
O'Carroll voices concussion concernsRory O'Carroll would consider ending his Gaelic football career if he suffers another concussion.
Ryan critical of penalty rule changeDublin hurler Paul Ryan feels the GAA has got it wrong with the new penalty rule for hurling.
Leinster SFC preview: a one horse race11 teams will take their place at the starting line for the Leinster SFC which gets underway this weekend but, in reality, it's a one horse race.
Whelan: reduce Gaelic football teams to 13-a-sideCiaran Whelan believes a 13-a-side game would encourage more attacking football.
Dublin SHC: champions win againKilmacud Crokes chalked up their second win in Group 4 of the Dublin SHC thanks to a dominant second half display against Parnells at Parnell Park last night.

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