Team news: Oak Leafers ring the changesBrian McIver has handed Liam McGoldrick a first league start against Dublin on Saturday night and the half-back follows in the footsteps of his brothers Barry, Sean Leo and Ciaran.
Team news: Limerick welcome back big gunsTJ Ryan has selected a strong Limerick team for Saturday's NHL Division 1 quarter-final versus Dublin at Croke Park.
Cavan Duo in UCD All Ireland Winning TeamHaving played on opposing teams in Division 3 at the weekend, the Cavan duo of Ciaran Mc Manus from Templeport and Mark Reihill, Mountnugent
Kilkenny wouldn't wish cruciate injury on anyoneCiaran Kilkenny is 'devastated' for Dublin team-mate Eoghan O'Gara who suffered a season ending cruciate ligament injury last weekend.
Parkinson criticises GPA's silence on Clare sagaThe GPA has failed Clare's Davy O'Halloran according to former Laois footballer Colm Parkinson.
Burns seeks solutions to football's illsJarlath Burns has promised a robust approach from the standing committee on playing rules as they try to fix gaelic football.
Blow for Dublin as O'Gara suffers cruciate woeDublin will be without Eoghan O'Gara for the rest of the year after the forward suffered a serious knee injury in a club game at the weekend.
HS hurling team of the weekThere was a large element of shadow boxing about some of the games but here's the players who stood out in round 5 of the hurling leagues ...
Odds: Tipp now 5/4 to land title number 20The quarter-final pairings for the Allianz NHL are now known and following their win over Cork on Sunday, Tipperary are now 5/4 from 15/8 to win a record 20th NHL title.
Hurling quarter-final dates and venuesThe dates, venues and times for next weekend's Allianz Hurling League Division I quarter-finals and relegation play-offs have been confirmed by the GAA.
Introduction of new playing rules deferredAt the recent GAA Congress, a number of changes were made to the playing rules of football and hurling, including the introduction of the 'one-on-one penalty' and advantage rule in hurling.
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesWell done to all the Dublin colleges who competed in the HEC finals last weekend.
Rushe and Kelly to share Dublin captaincyLiam Rushe and Peter Kelly have been appointed joint-captains of the Dublin hurling team.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's going to be a serious game - there's a lot at stake."
Cunningham: relegation was never mentionedGer Cunningham insists he was never worried about Dublin ending up in the relegation playoff against Kilkenny.
HL1A: Schutte sparkles as Dubs earn Limerick dateDublin outscored Galway by 0-13 to 0-5 in the second half at Parnell Park to register their third win in Division 1A and secure a quarter-final meeting with Limerick.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was judgement day in the national hurling league as the final round of matches took place in the various divisions.
HL3A: Tyrone and Monaghan in promotion battleNeighbours Tyrone and Monaghan will contest the Division 3A final.
Leinster MFL final: Dubs deny LilywhitesDublin retained the Leinster MFL silverware with a five point victory over Kildare in Hawkfield today.
Team news: Six changes for GalwayThe Galway team to play Dublin in Parnell Park tomorrow sees six changes in personnel from the one that lost to Cork last time out.
Team news: Dubs turn focus to GalwayConal Keaney, Simon Lambert and Eamonn Dillon come into the Dublin team for their Allianz Hurling League Division 1A final round game against Galway at Parnell Park on Sunday.
Video: DCU book O'Connor Cup final ticketWatch highlights of DCU's O'Connor Cup semi-final victory over UCC earlier today.
Dublin Airport unveils signed Jersey collectionDublin Airport Authority (DAA) last week unveiled a unique exhibition of 34 signed inter-county GAA jerseys in Terminal 2 of Dublin Airport.
Bastick cleared of cynical behaviourDenis Bastick's black card against Kerry has been downgraded to a yellow card offence.
Leinster U21FC: Holders Dublin outlast game LongfordReigning champions Dublin were pushed all the way by Longford in the Leinster U21 FC semi-final at Pairc Tailteann.
As it happened: U21FC Match TrackerEight key matches took place tonight in the U21 football championship, including action from all four provinces.
Erin Go Bragh StrictlyErin Go Bragh with their local secondary school Coláiste Pobail Setanta will be holding a Strictly Clone on the 25th April in Westmanstown.
Cycle for Life 2015 launchedThe launch of Cycle For Life 2015 took place in DCU on Monday.
Team news: Dublin U21s unchangedDessie Farrell has named an Dublin unchanged side for tomorrow night's Leinster U21 FC semi-final against Longford.
Half a dozen things we learned this weekendMayo were licked out the gate by the visiting Dubs on Saturday evening. But cannot feel any sympathy for the men in green and red.
HS hurling team of the weekThings are beginning to get interesting in the hurling leagues, check out our team of the week ...
HS football team of the weekIt's still all to play for across the four divisions in the football leagues, here's our team of the week ...
International Rules series confirmed for Croker in NovemberThe GAA and their AFL counterparts have confirmed that Ireland will host Australia in a one-test 2015 International Rules Series at Croke Park in Dublin on Saturday, November 21.
GAA tweets: Eddie Brennan has heard it all now'Players signing codes of conduct well that bates banagher!!!'
What they said ... the hurling weekend in quotes"People can write what they want to write, there is no problem, no hassle with that."
Dublin LGFA Weekly notesDublin got back to winning ways on Sunday with an empathic 5-22 to 0-03 win over Laois in the NFL
Holmes puzzled by collapseJoint-manager Pat Holmes was at a loss to explain Mayo's dismal performance against Dublin.
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"I'm saying this every week ... "
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker'Twas like September all over again as we had repeats of both of last year's All-Ireland finals taking place this afternoon!
A good week for Gavin and the DubsThe journey home from Castlebar last night was a pleasant one for Dublin manager Jim Gavin and his players.
FL1: Dubs demolish MayoDublin powered to an impressive 2-18 to 0-10 victory over Mayo at MacHale Park tonight.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerThere were two crucial matches in the national football league tonight as well as a key national hurling league encounter.
HL1A: Kelly stars as 14-man Banner end losing streakClare secured their first competitive win in almost a year, despite playing the entire second half with 14 men against Dublin in Ennis today.
Team news: Dublin hurlers look to bounce backDublin hurlers have revealed their team to face Clare in Saturday's division one match-up.
Team news: Dubs ready for MayoThe Dublin team to face Mayo in Saturday's Division 1 clash has been announced.
Brady seizes his chanceTomas Brady is enjoying his extended run in the Dublin football team.
Team news: Vaughan returns to Mayo line-upMayo have made five changes to the side that saw off Derry for Saturday night's FL Division 1 showdown with Dublin at MacHale Park.
Corcoran: it's cut throat in Division 1ADespite claiming the notable scalps of Tipperary and Kilkenny in their opening two HL Division 1A games, Dublin are not safe from relegation warns defender Niall Corcoran.
UCD One Wall Tournament 2015UCD GAA Handball Club, in conjunction with Bord Na Gaeilge COBÁC and The Michaela Foundation, will play host to the 4th annual UCD One Wall Doubles Tournament
Boland in danger of missing remainder of leagueDublin hurler Joey Boland may miss the remainder of the NHL as he continues his comeback from injury.

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