Dublin Ladies Gaelic football notesOn Wednesday August 5th our Junior A and Junior B club championship finals take place in Lawless Memorial Park, Swords
Blog: when is the slaughter going to stop?Regardless of what unfolds between now and the third Sunday of September, this year's All-Ireland football championship will be remembered for the alarmingly high number of one-sided games it produced.
Championship tweets: 'I would not want to play in a second tier comp'Fermanagh's Sean Quigley would not swap days like yesterday for a shot at silverware in a competition for weaker counties ...
Gavin hits out at ref justiceJim Gavin believes Dublin got a raw deal from referee Padraig O'Sullivan.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"He got a bang on the shoulder so we will just have to wait and see."
All-Ireland SFC quarter-final: Dubs quality tells against plucky ErnemenDublin progressed to the last four with a routine 2-23 to 2-15 victory over Fermanagh at Croke Park.
"I don't know what happened, he must have lost his footing or something"Sean Quigley got away with a blatant push on Stephen Cluxton for Fermanagh's opening goal - but the number 14 didn't see it that way!
Gavin: we have a lot of areas to work onDublin's second-half performance against Fermanagh has given manager Jim Gavin plenty of food for thought ahead of their All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo or Donegal on Sunday, August 30th.
McGrath proud of Fermanagh's performanceFermanagh's second-half display against Dublin in today's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final delighted manager Pete McGrath.
Twitter: 'Huge respect to Fermanagh'They may have suffered an eight point defeat against Dublin at Croke Park today but Fermanagh's gutsy performance won them many admirers on social media ..
Camogie playoff: Dubs toss Banner asideDublin booked their All-Ireland senior camogie championship quarter-final place following a narrow victory over Clare in today's playoff at Semple Stadium.
First Poc Fada golf course opens in DublinThe world's first Poc Fada golf course was opened at the Deer Park Golf complex at Howth Castle yesterday.
Lyons gave character evidence for jailed Anglo bankerTommy Lyons was back in the news yesterday when he gave character evidence in court for one of the three Anglo Irish Bank officials who were jailed for conspiring to hide bank accounts from Revenue.
Preview: All-Ireland SFC quarter-final - Dublin v FermanaghJim Gavin has been busy doing his homework on Fermanagh these past seven days.
Team news: Fermanagh call up CorriganRuairi Corrigan joins his brother Tomas in the Fermanagh attack for Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final against Dublin in Croke Park.
Team news: As you were for the DubsDublin manager Jim Gavin has decided to name an unchanged team to face Fermanagh in the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final on Sunday.
Rushe won't serve championship banLiam Rushe won't miss the start of Dublin's 2016 hurling championship campaign.
Fermanagh surprise opponents for GavinJim Gavin has admitted that he didn't expect to be facing Fermanagh in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final.
Football rankings: Kerry still the kingpins but for how long?Sunday, September 20th is only seven weeks away which means we are entering the home straight in the race for Sam Maguire Cup honours. Just 10 teams are left standing, here's our latest football rankings...
Camogie Association confirm pairingsCamogie Association confirm pairings for the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior semi-finals.
Magee's Wicklow future in doubtA proposal to have Johnny Magee reappointed as Wicklow football manager for a second year has been met with opposition from club delegates.
Clarke: Dubs can expect more of the samePaul Clarke expects Fermanagh to take a leaf out of Westmeath's book and "park the bus" against Dublin in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final.
Odds: The Sam Maguire Cup race gets interestingFollowing on from last weekend's nine point defeat of Westmeath, Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath and his players face the "ultimate test" in Croke Park this Sunday.
McMahon wants to emulate McGregorPhilly McMahon says he would love to follow in Conor McGregor's footsteps after he retires from inter-county football.
U-turn by the Camogie Association sees Clare v Dublin play-off fixed for SaturdayThe Camogie Association has confirmed that it is offering a play-off game to Clare and Dublin - to be played this Saturday and the winners will take on Wexford in the quarter-final on Monday!
"A coin toss!! Why don't they do a best of 3 Rock Paper Scissor instead"There has been an incredulous reaction on Twitter to the Camogie Board's ruling that a coin toss be used to determine if Dublin or Clare would progress to the All-Ireland camogie quarter-finals.
Video: #DublinOurTeamAIG Insurance, proud sponsor of Dublin GAA, presents #DublinOurTeam, a short series of mini documentaries which gets under the skin of Dublin's biggest GAA fans.
Dublin and Armagh to appeal €10,000 finesDublin and Armagh will appeal the proposed fines handed down to them by the GAA's disciplinary body following an investigation into a SF challenge earlier this month.
2015 Martin Donnelly All Ireland Poc FadaThe 54th running of the Poc Fada na hEireann will take place at Annaverna on the Cooley Mountains, north of Dundalk this Saturday August 1 (11.30am) where holder and ex Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins will be seeking his 9th record breaking title.
No coin toss as Dublin and Clare withdraw in protestIn a dramatic twist to the farcical coin toss saga that has plunged the All-Ireland senior camogie championship into turmoil, Dublin and Clare have withdrawn their names from today's planned drawing of lots.
Corrigan eyes Dubs scalpTomas Corrigan sees no reason why Fermanagh can't give a good account of themselves against Dublin.
Dubs want titles - CunninghamGer Cunningham says the Dublin hurlers want to win major titles.
HS hurling team of the weekWaterford and Galway march on in the All-Ireland SHC, here's our team of the week from yesterday's two quarter-final clashes ...
Senior and minor football fixturesThe GAA has confirmed fixture details for a number of upcoming games in the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior and Minor Championships.
Gerry Reilly Cup tournament draws to a closeGerry Reilly U-16 FT 2015 Results (3 Finals) from the weekend.
Gerry Reilly Cup: Cavan land two-in-a-row with stunning victory over DublinCavan proved too strong for Dublin in the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT Cup Final played on Sunday evening (26 July) in Millbrook, Oldcastle before a large crowd.
Video: Prof Hollywood Cup aims to raise cancer awarenessThe Professor Hollywood Memorial Cup is in its second year of raising funds for the cancer units in St. Lukes and St. James's hospitals.
Championship tweets: Sheeran rules CrokerFrom the two sold out Ed Sheeran concerts at GAA headquarters to the action in Semple Stadium and Kingspan Breffni Park, there was plenty of GAA talk on Twitter over the weekend. And the Mayo footballers nailed their header challenge!
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesThe August meeting of the Dublin LGFA will take place on the 11th of August at 7.30pm in Parnell Park the main item on the agenda will be the juvenile championship grading / draws.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They know as much about serious level sport as I do about the sleeping habits of the Ayatollah."
All-Ireland SHC quarter-final: Shanahan shakes off dogged DubsThe mercurial Maurice Shanhan registered 1-12 as Waterford defeated Dublin by 2-21 to 1-19 in a hard-fought contest at Thurles.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was quarter-final day in the All-Ireland SHC with a mouth-watering doubleheader taking place at Thurles.
Camogie coin toss postponedThe Camogie Association has postponed its controversial plans to have a coin toss to decide whether Clare or Dublin should progress to the quarter-finals of the All-Ireland senior championship.
Liam's Rushe of blood to the headLiam Rushe's involvement in this year's championship ended on a sour note when he received a straight red card for lashing out at Maurice Shanahan.
Quarter-finals: Fermanagh v Dublin; Kerry v KildareFollowing today's qualifier results, the pairings for the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final double bill on Sunday week are known.
All-Ireland MHC: Dubs power past SaffronsDublin ran out 11 points winners over Antrim in today's All-Ireland MHC quarter-final at Kingspan Breffni Park to set up a semi-final meeting with Munster champions Tipperary.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerTwo fourth-round SF Qualifiers went down for decision this evening as the race for the Sam Maguire Cup hotted up.
Dan focusses on the positivesDan Shanahan and Waterford will be looking to put into practice the lessons they learned from their Munster final defeat when they take on Dublin tomorrow.
Preview: SHC quarter-final - Waterford v DublinBoth Waterford and Dublin have rung the changes ahead of tomorrow's intriguing All-Ireland SHC quarter-final.
Team news: Waterford set for Dublin clashThe Waterford team has been named for their big quarter final clash with Dublin this Sunday.