Andrews expects McCarthy back - "it's only a bit of a bang"

Paddy Andrews is confident that James McCarthy will be available for Dublin's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final on August 6th.

Connolly: it's "part and parcel of the game"

Diarmuid Connolly has spoken about the controversial incident that saw him pull Westmeath's James Dolan to the ground in a headlock.

Christie fears Red Hands

Former All Star defender Paddy Christie says Tyrone present the biggest threat to Dublin's chances of retaining Sam Maguire this year.

Full-time GAA referees on the way?

The GAA could be set to go down the road of paying its elite referees.

McCarthy blow for Dubs

It looks like Dublin could be without a third key defender for the rest of the championship as word emerges that James McCarthy has suffered knee ligament damage,

HS football team of the week

After an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, here are the players that make our team of the week...

Terry streaked for charity

The streaker who ran onto the Croke Park pitch during the Leinster SFC final says he did so for a good cause.

Salthill, Cavan and Croker to host Round 4 qualifier ties

Pearse Stadium and Kingspan Breffni Park will host next Saturday's All-Ireland SFC Round 4A qualifier ties, while Croke Park will stage a Round 4B double-header on Saturday week.

Quiz: how well do you know the weekend GAA?

Three provincial football crowns were decided on Sunday while Saturday saw plenty of qualifier action. Do you know your stuff?

GAA tweets of the week

Tyrone's Cathal McShane pleads his innocence but team-mate Joe McMahon is having none of it...

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"(It's a) proud day to be a Tyrone man and it's a long time coming."

Cribbin's admission disappoints Gavin

Jim Gavin has expressed disappointment at his Westmeath counterpart Tom Cribbin's post-match admission that the Lake County had deliberately tried to wind up Diarmuid Connolly in the Leinster SFC final.

Dublin LGFA Weekly notes

Congratulations to our minor team on qualifying for the All Ireland final versus Cork on August 1st (Bank holiday Monday).

Ladies: Cork book their place in third successive All-Ireland minor final

HOLDERS Cork emerged from a game for the ages to book their place in a third successive All-Ireland minor A ladies football final.

Cribbin admits Connolly was targeted

Westmeath manager Tom Cribbin has admitted that enticing Diarmuid Connolly was a tactic his team had carried into today's Leinster SFC final.

12th Leinster crown for Cluxton

Dublin's Stephen Cluxton entered history books this evening by winning a record 12th Leinster senior football championship title with victory over Westmeath.

Leinster SFC final: Dubs ease to expected victory over Lake men

Dublin's sixth successive Leinster crown arrived courtesy of a facile 2-19 to 0-10 victory over Westmeath at Croke Park.

Ladies: All-Ireland ladies minor A football semi-final wrap

HOLDERS Cork emerged from a game for the ages to book their place in a third successive All-Ireland minor A ladies football final.

As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker

Tyrone, Galway and Dublin are celebrating provincial glory this evening following an action-packed day of gaelic football.

As it Happened: Saturday Match Tracker

This afternoon saw four All-Ireland senior football championship qualifiers take place.

Camogie: Galway and Cork take the direct route

GALWAY deployed the afterburners in the second half to repel Kilkenny in Freshford and book a direct berth in the semi-finals of the Liberty Insurance Senior Camogie Championship.

The GAAmbler: Brave Westmeath to go down fighting

Unfortunately the GAAmbler was on holidays last week in sunnier shores and was unable to remove himself from the bar to write this article, but if you have been following our twitter account @TheGAAmbler1 you would have been given two winning bets over the weekend. This weekend we preview the clash of Longford and Cork, as well as our NAP from the Leinster final.

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