Ladies semi-final moved to avoid clash with replay
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association has been forced to bring forward the throw-in time for next Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final between Dublin and Armagh.
Connolly mightn't be the only Dub banned for replay
Already facing the prospect of being without Diarmuid Connolly for next Saturday's replay following his late red card against Mayo, Dublin may also have to plan without Philly McMahon, who was lucky not to be sent off today.
Replay fixed for next Saturday
The All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay between Dublin and Mayo has been fixed for Croke Park next Saturday at 5pm.
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Dublin and Mayo faces off in a massive All-Ireland SFC semi-final at Croke Park this afternoon.
Bastick hoping to make experience count
Denis Bastick hopes Dublin can draw on their experience when they come up against Mayo in the toughest test of their season tomorrow.
Rushe has ban reduced
Dublin hurler Liam Rushe has had his two-match ban reduced after appealing to the Central Hearings Committee, The Irish Examiner reports.
Dublin and Armagh accept punishment
Dublin and Armagh have accepted the fines and bans issued to them from last month's infamous challenge match in Glasnevin.
Preview: SFC semi-final - Dublin v Mayo
It's a case of east meets west tomorrow afternoon at HQ as Dublin and Mayo vie for a place in next month's All-Ireland SFC final.
Team news: Dubs name starting XV
Jim Gavin has named his starting line-up for this Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final clash with Mayo at Croke Park.
Semi-final defeats are the worst, says MDMA
Michael Darragh Macauley maintains that All-Ireland semi-final defeats are the hardest to take.
Kelly to ref camogie final
Kildare's Ray Kelly has been appointed referee to the All-Ireland senior camogie final on Sunday, September 13.
Keaveney: Rory is up to the task
Jimmy Keaveney sees no reason why Dublin should give Aidan O'Shea special treatment on Sunday.
U16: Goals power Dublin to Talent Academy title
Dublin proved too strong for Meath in the very first Leinster GAA Talent Academy Under 16 Football Final played in front of a small crowd at Pairc Tailteann.
Unfortunate timing for Dubs' hearing
In what could well prove to be an unwelcome distraction ahead of their All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Mayo on Sunday, Dublin will tonight appeal the proposed €10,000 fine handed down to them following the brawl which marred their challenge match against Armagh last month.
Odds: Smart money on a draw?
Next Sunday it's the turn of Dublin and Mayo to battle it out for a place in this year's Sam Maguire Cup showpiece and Jim Gavin's men are fancied to set up a final date with Kerry on Sunday, September 20th.
Team news: Barrett comes in for Mayo
Chris Barrett replaces Tom Cunniffe in the Mayo team to play Dublin in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
Murphy: the dark arts have to come into it
Former Hill 16 favourite Vinny Murphy says major question marks still hang over Dublin's defence.
Parnell Park to Host TG4 All Ireland Semi Finals
Dublin's Parnell Park has been confirmed as the venue for the TG4 Intermediate All Ireland semi final between Kildare and Offaly at 3:15pm
Keaveney and JBM enter Hall of Fame
Former greats Jimmy Keaveney (Dublin) and Jimmy Barry Murphy (Cork) have been inducted into the GAA Museum's Hall of Fame for 2015.
#13ForNo13 - tribute planned for tragic Darragh
The Mayo County Board has called on next Sunday's Croke Park full house to pay tribute to Darragh Doherty, the young Mayo footballer who died tragically on Sunday night.
Can Dubs stop Mayo's 'Superman'?
Plans to stop Aidan O'Shea will feature prominently in Dublin's preparations for this Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final according to Denis Bastick.
Dublin/Mayo clash a sell-out
There will be a full house at Croke Park on Sunday for the All-Ireland SFC semi-final between Dublin and Mayo.
"He's a midfielder, he's not a full forward"
Conor Mortimer insists Aidan O'Shea is no full forward.
Facing the Dubs "as big as it gets" - Higgins
Mayo captain Keith Higgins says it doesn't get any bigger than facing Dublin in the latter stages of the championship at Croke Park.
Connelly focussed on the new Dublin
Noel Connelly says Mayo are mindful of the fact that Dublin have tweaked their approach this year to provide a more defensive platform.
Gavin: O'Shea the form player in Ireland
Jim Gavin says Aidan O'Shea is the best player in Ireland at present and admits that Dublin will have to find a way of limiting his influence.
GAA President slams The Sunday Game
GAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail says The Sunday Game is predictable, tiresome, unfair and consistent in its negativity.
HS football team of the week
Here's the star performers from yesterday's enthralling All-Ireland SFC semi-final...
Video: #ThisIsMajor with Jackie Tyrell and MDMA
With the Electric Ireland Minor Hurling Final less than two weeks away, proud sponsors Electric Ireland want to send some lucky fans to the game.
Keep fit over the winter with M&F Training Centre of Excellence
Former Mayo footballer Conor Mortimer and Dave Feeney are offering exclusive training sessions for the duration of the winter months in Dublin.
Championship tweets: Unusual Kerry scenes of celebration
Five-time Kerry All-Ireland winner Declan O'Sullivan takes Jarlath Burns to task...
Dublin LGFA Weekly Notes
Dublin will play Armagh in the All -Ireland semi-final on Saturday September 5th following their 1-13 to 0-13 win over Monaghan on Saturday last.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
"It's just so hard to take because, you don't want to be a sore loser."
Ladies: Dublin pushed all the way by Monaghan
Dublin held off a stiff challenge from Monaghan to prevail in their TG4 All-Ireland Ladies SFC quarter-final at St Tiernach's Park in Clones this afternoon.
GPA accuses Paddy Power of exploiting players
The GPA is none too impressed with Paddy Power's use of player images in their GAA Hot 100 campaign.
Ladies preview: Dublin seek redemption amongst Ulster's elite
Only for Dublin's presence it would be an all Ulster affair as the two remaining quarter-finals in the TG4 Ladies Senior Championship take place on Saturday.
Gavin says Dubs are used to not getting frees
Dublin manager Jim Gavin has heaped pressure on referee Joe McQuillian ahead of Sunday week's All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Mayo by suggesting his team get a raw deal from match officials.
Updated LGFA Fixtures
TG4 Intermediate Championship Quarter Finals
Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final tickets
We have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 6 September.
And the GAA's most attractive player is...
Take a bow, Shane Durkin. You've just been voted the most attractive GAA inter-county star by a bunch of American women!
Death of sports broadcaster Johnny Lyons
Dublin GAA fans were saddened to learn of the death of popular sports presenter Johnny Lyons yesterday.
CHC to hear McCann appeal tonight
Tiernan McCann will have his appeal against an eight-week ban for diving heard tonight by the Central Hearings Committee (CHC).
Gavin insists momentum is with Mayo
Jim Gavin says his Dublin side will show the utmost respect to Mayo when the two sides meet at Croke Park on Sunday week.
Mayo struggling with ticket orders
Mayo say they are struggling to satisfy ticket orders from their clubs for Sunday week's All-Ireland SFC semi-final against Dublin, the Irish Examiner reports.
Green-eyed Cunningham looking on
As Galway took their place in the 2015 All-Ireland SHC final, Dublin manager Ger Cunningham looked on "with a bit of jealousy".
Famous Five still going strong for Dubs
This Saturday Dublin travel to Clones for their quarter final encounter with home side Monaghan at stake is a place in this years All Ireland semi-final versus either Armagh or Donegal.
McGuinness impressed by Mayo attack
Jim McGuinness says Mayo's attack "has never been in better shape" - but he likes the look of Dublin's forwards too.
Mayo appealing Keane red
Mayo will appeal the red card shown to Kevin Keane during their All-Ireland quarter-final win over Donegal.
Dual demands a worry for Cahill
Liam Cahill fears the demands being placed on Tipperary's young dual stars could scupper the county's hopes of pulling off an All-Ireland minor hurling and football double.