HS football team of the weekFind out who made our football team of the week following yesterday's league semi-final double bill.
Dublin LGFA Feile FinalsThe opening final of the Feile was the division 7 final contested by St Judes and Tomas Daibhis.
Leinster MHC fixturesAll the upcoming games in the Leinster minor hurling championship.
Leinster MFC fixturesAll the games in the Leinster minor football championship this weekend.
HL2B: Donegal cruise to Fingal victory14-man Donegal proved too strong for Fingal in the HL2B relegation/promotion decider at Kingspan Breffni Park.
Leinster MHC: Grey day for WexfordSean Grey sent over eight points as Dublin scored an impressive Leinster MHC victory over Wexford at Piercestown.
Brennan: Ireland's attitude to homosexuality is changingGer Brennan's ground-breaking reference to boyfriends during his celebratory speech following St Vincent's All-Ireland club success wasn't pre-planned.
Gavin seeks consistencyJim Gavin says Dublin need to address their inconsistency ahead of their championship.
Twitter round-up: Great to be back in Blue!Yesterday's Allianz FL semi-final double bill at Croke Park generated plenty of discussion on Twitter, here's what was said ...
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesA huge amount of work and planning goes into the organisation of Feile and Dublin LGFA are totally indebted to those clubs who made their facilities available to the County Board and who hosted the group games on Saturday
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Maybe we should introduce a handicap system to give teams a chance. Give Meath a fifteen point start, maybe Cork ten points."
FL1 semi-final: King Bernard quells Rebel risingThe darling of Hill 16, Bernard Brogan, came off the bench to inspire All-Ireland champions Dublin to a remarkable FL1 semi-final victory over Cork at Croke Park today.
Macauley: it was a mad gameMichael Dara Macauley's 40th minute goal sowed the seeds for Dublin's amazing comeback against Cork today.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerCroke Park was the place to be today for the national football league semi-finals.
Pay-for-play not for GavinJim Gavin says he would quit the GAA if it ever turned professional.
Team news: Cluxton returns from suspensionDublin have made three changes to their team to play Cork.
Cluain Tarbh Attempt to Break GAA World RecordDublin football star Jack McCaffrey - a.k.a. Brian Ború - will lead the charge by CLG Chluain Tarbh in an attempt to set a new world record for the largest Gaelic Football training session.
Champs will be champing at the bit - HayesCork attacker John Hayes expects Dublin to be fired up when the sides meet at Croke Park on Sunday.
"Dublin will be a different animal now" - HarteMickey Harte is intrigued to see how Brian Cuthbert's new-look Cork team fares against Dublin on Sunday.
Dubs give Sam back to Kerry!Dublin are giving Kerry back the Sam Maguire Cup … but only for one day, in aid of charity.
Nolan winning his battle with diabetesDublin ace Kevin Nolan is refusing to let Type One diabetes put a dampener on his football career.
Black card sees 10 per cent increase in scoresThe Central Competitions Control Committee has released statistics following the conclusion of the regular rounds of the 2014 Allianz Football Leagues.
Team news: Dubs include Colaiste Eoin duoTwo members of the Colaiste Eoin team that won the Leinster PP Schools senior football title last month have been named in the Dublin team to face Wexford in Sunday's Leinster MHC opener.
Portlaoise to host U21 semi-final double-headerO'Moore Park in Portlaoise will host both All-Ireland U21FC semi-finals on Saturday week, April 19.
Pillar: Connolly has to take care of himselfDiarmuid Connolly has to stand up for himself against off-the-ball tactics aimed at distracting him during games, according to former Dublin manager Paul Caffrey.
Brogan chomping at the bitBernard Brogan is in the frame to make his inter-county return against Cork this weekend after coming through a club challenge match unscathed on Monday night.
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Pillar: the Cork threat is realPaul Caffrey has identified Cork as the biggest threat to Dublin's All-Ireland crown.
Rebels the team to beat - MacauleyMichael Dara Macauley says Cork are the team to beat.
HS football team of the weekThere was no shortage of outstanding individual displays in the final group games of the Allianz Football Leagues.
U21FC All-Ireland semi-finals could be a double headerDepending on the result of the Ulster U21FC final, the two All-Ireland semi-finals could be played as a double header.
Dublin deny 'cynical' claimsDublin manager Jim Gavin has refuted suggestions that his side took a cynical approach to yesterday's victory over Tyrone.
FL top scorers: race for the crown could be overWith Tipperary's Conor Sweeney's lead at the top of the Allianz football league scoring chart standing at 15-points, it will take a superhuman effort to see him knocked from the top of the pile.
Croke Park to host semi-final double billThe GAA has confirmed the times and venues for next weekend's Allianz Football League Division I semi-finals.
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesFantastic weekend of results for the Capital, first up on Saturday Colaiste Iosagain captured the Senior PPS All Ireland schools title by defeating Colaiste Dun Iascaigh by 2-09 to 2-06.
Composure pleases GavinJim Gavin praised Dublin's composure after they got themselves out of a tricky situation against Tyrone.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It has been a great privilege for me to have worn the Kildare jersey for the past 15 years and a wonderful honour to have soldiered with and against so many great players."
FL1: Connolly does it againDiarmuid Connolly scored an injury-time winner at Omagh to earn 14-man Dublin an Allianz League semi-final date with Cork.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThere was much at stake around the country today as the last round of the national football league took place.
Team news: Brogan back for DubsBernard Brogan returns.
If the All-Stars were picked now ...With one round left in the Allianz football leagues, we select the players who have impressed us the most during the six rounds to date.
Ballyboden St Enda's H&K International LaunchBallyboden St Enda's last night launched H&K International as their overall club sponsor for the next three years.
"You have to take Cluxton out of his comfort zone"Billy Joe Padden feels that Mayo have learned how to cope with the threat of Stephen Cluxton.
Costello injury a worry for DubsCormac Costello could be set for another spell on the sidelines after he was injured in Dublin's Leinster U21FC final victory over Meath last night.
Farrell reflects on 'sloppy' performanceDessie Farrell believes Dublin were far from their best in last night's Leinster U21FC final against Meath.
Bealin not worried by late fadeoutsPaul Bealin is confident that Westmeath can rectify their tendency for fading out of games in the second half.
Leinster U21 FC final: Dubs squeeze past RoyalsDublin's composure served them well as they defeated Meath by 0-15 to 0-10 at O'Moore Park.
As it happened: U21 FC Match TrackerThree massive matches took place in the U21 football championship tonight.
O'Neill 'shocked' by aggressive line of RTE questioningGAA President Liam O'Neill was 'shocked' by the grilling he, and Director General Paraic Duffy, received at the hands of RTE in a series of interviews related to the Sky TV deal yesterday.
Ballyboden St Enda's sponsor launchBallyboden St Enda's are proud to announce that Irish firm H&K International will be the club's overall sponsor.

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