Football and hurling qualifier draws on Monday morningThe Round 3A Football and Round 2 Hurling draws will take place next Monday morning, July 6 on RTE Radio 1 shortly after 8.30.
JJ and the Rock: predictions for the weekend's big hurling gamesWhile the Leinster final is the big hurling fixture this weekend, there are also four do-or-die All-Ireland first round qualifiers down for decision.
Dub's Captain Davey speaks to DLGFA ahead of Sunday's LFC Semi-FinalDublin launch the defence of their provincial title this coming Sunday when they travel to Timahoe Co Laois for a Leinster championship semi-final clash with the women from the O'Moore County.
Gerry Reilly Cup: Dublin goals sink LouthDublin got off to a winning start in the opening round of the Gerry Reilly Cup at Darver
Carton's day job puts hurling in perspectiveMichael Carton deals with life and death in his day job, so he appreciates that hurling is essentially just a game.
McGuinness: Dublin the team to beatJim McGuinness says Dublin "have made themselves much more difficult to beat".
Egan targets Dubs scalpWestmeath captain Ger Egan says the Lake County will be going all out to beat Dublin in the Leinster final.
HS football team of the weekAfter an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, Dublin have five players on our team of the week while Donegal and Westmeath have three each.
Championship tweets: Come back of all come backs!!!!Westmeath are in dreamland following yesterday's historic championship victory over neighbours Meath ...
Gavin takes O Se criticism "with a pinch of salt"Jim Gavin didn't rise to the bait when questioned about Darragh O Se's remarks regarding Diarmuid Connolly's temperament in the lead-up to Dublin's Leinster SFC semi-final win over Kildare.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's a miracle for the lads there."
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesCongratulations to Ballyboden St Endas on winning the Monaghan regional Feile on Saturday last the Firhouse club defeated Lucan Sarsfields in the all Dublin final
Leinster SFC: relentless Dubs crush LilywhitesDublin are through to yet another Leinster final after overcoming a poor Kildare challenge at Croke Park, 5-18 to 0-14.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe Leinster SFC semi-finals were the main attraction in today's games.
Leinster MFC: Kildare hang onKildare withstood a late Dublin onslaught in the first of today's Croke Park triple-header to book their place in the Leinster minor football final against Longford.
Tributes planned for CrokerSeparate tributes will be held at today's Leinster SFC semi-finals in Croke Park as a mark of respect to recently deceased members of the GAA community.
Macauley welcomes continuityMichael Darragh Macauley has welcomed the Dublin county board's decision to extend Jim Gavin's tenure.
Dublin club launch fundraiser for Berkelely tragedy survivorSt Jude's GAA club have launched a fundraising campaign to assist a member who suffered serious injuries in the Berkeley balcony tragedy.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerToday we had the latest edition of our live text commentary.
Preview: Leinster SFC - Dublin v KildareDespite their morale boosting quarter-final replay victory over Laois, it's difficult to envisage Kildare making Dublin sweat in tomorrow's Leinster SFC semi-final.
O'Dwyer, Tompkins and Maughan talk tacticsHow do you stop the Dublin juggernaut? Mick O'Dwyer, Larry Tompkins and John Maughan have their say.
Team news: One change for DubsJim Gavin has named his side for Sunday's Leinster semi-final clash with Kildare.
Team news: Dublin minors welcome back ByrnePaddy Christie's Dublin team to take on Kildare in the Leinster MFC semi-final at Croke Park on Sunday shows two personnel changes from the one that defeated Wexford last time out.
Cooper doesn't have fond memories of LilywhitesJonny Cooper feels the early roasting he received from Kildare's Paddy Brophy in the Leinster SFC semi-final two years ago has made him a better player.
Team news: Injury rules Conway out of Dublin clashFollowing the impressive dismantling of Laois, Kildare manager Jason Ryan has been forced to make one change for Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final versus Dublin due to injury.
O'Leary miffed by 'obsession' with DubsJohn O'Leary has accused Dublin's Leinster rivals of becoming 'obsessed' with them.
Columnist condemns Ó Sé's "poisonous advice"A Dublin-based newspaper columnist has launched a blistering attack on Darragh Ó Sé after the former Kerry midfielder suggested that the best way to stop Diarmuid Connolly was through the use of provocation.
GAA Comedy Show hits DublinThe smash-hit GAA comedy show St Mungo's Luganulk will play in Dublin for the first time this Friday night, at Fingallians in Swords at 8.00pm.
Sweeney realistic about Dub challengeRonan Sweeney is travelling to Croke Park to support Kildare 'in hope more than expectation' this Sunday.
Armagh, Dublin and Tyrone are odds on… and then someDublin footballers are usually the hottest of favourites on any given championship weekend but it's up north you must head if you are after a sure thing.
Gavin impressed with LilywhitesKildare have momentum on their side heading into Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final, according to Dublin manager Jim Gavin.
Kelly: Dubs are not unbeatableKildare defender Peter Kelly was in a bullish mood when asked about Leinster SFC semi-final opponents Dublin.
Dublin supporters planning special tributeDublin supporters are planning a tribute to the memory of 'true blues' Alan and Steve Harris and the six Irish students who lost their lives in Berkeley at Croke Park this Sunday.
7 counties have their eye on the Gerry Reilly TournamentCavan, Meath, Westmeath, Monaghan, Wicklow, Dublin and Louth will compete for the prestigious Gerry Reilly Under 16 football tournament hosted by the Oldcastle club.
Dub Daly reflects on '08 junior successWinning the 2008 All-Ireland junior title acted as a perfect launching pad for Darren Daly's senior intercounty career.
Qualifier fixture details for 4/5 July confirmedSaturday 4 and Sunday 5 July will be a busy weekend of GAA action with eight football and hurling qualifier fixtures confirmed for those dates by Croke Park this afternoon.
HS hurling team of the weekWe saw probably the two best teams in the country in action on Sunday while Galway's continued improvement and demolition of Laois marks the Tribesmen down as serious challengers.
Under 21 ladies champions againDublin are All Ireland U21 champions lifting the Aisling McGing cup for a second year in a row.
Championship tweets: 'Sea sessions taking my mind off that dirt in O'Moore Park'It was a hectic couple of days of GAA action and it caused plenty of debate on twitter...
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesCongratulations to our U21 squad and management team on retaining their Aisling McGing U21 All Ireland crown following their 0-14 to 1-08 victory over Cork.
Round 2A Football and Round 1 Hurling Qualifier drawsThe Round 2A Football and Round 1 Hurling Qualifier draws were made this morning on RTE Radio 1.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt's the third Sunday in June and the action was coming thick and fast at this stage.
As it Happened: Saturday Match TrackerWe had no fewer than seven games to bring you today from across the country.
Camogie: Winning starts for Galway, Limerick and KilkennyLeague champions Galway were the big winners as the Liberty Insurance senior camogie championship got under way with two games in the ultra-competitive Group 1 and one tie from Group 2.
Leinster MHC: Dubs qualify for deciderDublin booked their place in the Leinster MHC final courtesy of a nine-point win over Westmeath in Cusack Park, Mullingar today.
GAA to hold a moment's silence at all games after Berkeley deathsThe GAA has announced that a moment's silence will be held at all inter-county championship fixtures this weekend in memory of those who lost their lives in the tragic accident in Berkeley earlier this week.
Regan: Canning was booked for 'sledging'Daithi Regan has claimed that Joe Canning was booked during Galway's recent Leinster SHC quarter-final replay against Dublin for 'sledging'.
GAA show in Fingallians postponed out of respectDublin club Fingallians have postponed their hosting of the GAA show St Mungo's Luganulk as a mark of respect to the young people who lost their lives in the Berkeley tragedy.
Team news: Greville keeps same 15Manager Johnny Greville has decided to stick with the same Westmeath 15 that beat Wexford for tomorrow's Leinster MHC semi-final showdown with Dublin in Cusack Park, Mullingar.
Football and Hurling Qualifier draws on Monday morningThe Round 2A football and Round 1 hurling Qualifier draws will take place next Monday morning.

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