42nd running of FBD 7sA host of Kilmacud Crokes stars, past and present, were on hand in Kilmacud Crokes today as the 2014 FBD 7s was launched.
Gallagher knows task in handEderney manager Iggy Gallagher admits that they face a tough test against defending champions Roslea in the SFC semi final at the weekend.
'Bridge celebrate reaching their holy grailHaving gained promotion to Division One of the football league for the first time in their history, Maguiresbridge chairman John Rice that there is a massive 'buzz' around the club at the moment.
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Ladies previews: who will join Dublin in the All-Ireland final?Last weekend's first TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship semi-final went as the bookies predicted, with Dublin advancing to their first decider since 2010.
Three sports commit to "Tackle Bullying Now"Representatives from GAA,IRFU (Ulster Branch) and the Irish FA came together recently to launch the "Tackle Bullying Now" event; a FREE joint volunteer development event next month aimed at protecting both young people and our volunteers.
Video: Fermanagh revisit scene of their 2013 heartbreakAfter suffering the most cruel and dramatic of All-Ireland semi-final defeats to Tipperary in Thurles in 2013, Fermanagh are back at the same stage with a determination to put things right.
Donegal request Ulster club deferralDonegal have made a request to the Ulster Council to have the start date of the provincial club championship put back.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in RatoathIt is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Fixtures concernThe latest Fermanagh county board meeting was dominated by the talk of un-played fixtures.
Treasurer warns clubsFermanagh County Board treasurer Patricia Durnien has urged clubs to sort out the club membership levy.
Coaching programme beginsClubs are to be notified in the coming weeks about the under-13 and 14 coaching programme that is due to take place this month.
Football rankings: a brave new worldFor eighteen months Dublin have looked untouchable but all has changed after one stunning Sunday afternoon in Croke Park.
Football top scorers: the race looks runBarring a replayed All-Ireland final or Kerry's James O'Donoghue helping himself to 16-points against Donegal, Mayo's Cillian O'Connor looks nailed on to end up as the top scoring footballer of championship 2014.
Joe and Marty get a soakingCroke Park wasn't just the scene of a famous Donegal victory today.
What the players are saying about Donegal on twitterMany current and past players took to twitter after Donegal's famous victory over Dublin to salute Jim McGuinness and his players.
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GAA "aiming to build Dublin as a venue for American football"If the GAA has its way, American football matches in Croke Park will soon be a regular thing.
League reaches penultimate stageThere is still plenty to play for in Division One of the football league as it reaches the penultimate stage.
Monahan looks forwardFermanagh defender Marcella Monahan has stressed that they are already focused on the All-Ireland Ladies football semi final.
Fermanagh Fixtures UpdateFixtures for upcoming week
Drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-finals aren't unusualYesterday's Kerry-Mayo clash was the 17th drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-final since 1937.
Football top scorers: O'Connor is top of the mountainCillian O'Connor's haul of 1-8 in the drawn All-Ireland semi-final makes him the man to beat in the race to be the top scoring footballer of championship 2014.
Championship tweets: Marty gives Rachel a drenching!Sky Sports Rachel Wyse enlisted the services of none other than Marty Morrissey to help her complete her ice bucket challenge in Croke Park yesterday.
Video: Little shows Big Courage!Surely the bravest Gaelic Football player anywhere in Ireland on Saturday August 23rd was Fermanagh midfielder Caroline Little.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Fellas just stood up. It was exhilarating to watch. We had guys who weren't just going to lose."
'Worst team in Ireland' - St Mungo'sHave you had enough 'Strictly Come Dancing' or white collar boxing events? Well here's something completely different for your GAA club to host and make a few quid this Autumn.
Previews: last two ladies semi-final places up for grabs on SaturdayTwo places in the last four of the TG4 All-Ireland are on the table this weekend while the junior finalist will also be decided.
Proposal to restrict match-day squads to 26As part of a tightening up on match-day regulations, the CCCC is proposing that team managers must name 26-man squads well in advance of matches and stick to it.
Replay to attract crowdsThis weekend's SFC replay clash between Teemore and neighbours Kinawley is set to draw the crowds out.
Underdogs tag suits WoodsFermanagh ladies manager Lisa Woods has no problems with being handed the underdogs tag for Saturday's All-Ireland Ladies IFC quarterfinal at St Peregrine's, Blanchardstown.
Fermanagh Fixtures UpdateSequential Adult Football Fixtures ( Aug into Sept 2014)
Fermanagh SFC: one semi-final spot still to be filledThe line-up for the Fermanagh SFC semi-finals has yet to be completed after Kinawley staged a late rally to draw with Teemore at the weekend.
Championship tweets: "These hurling fellas don't even wear gloves"Set to miss next Saturday's All-Ireland U-21 HC semi-final against Antrim with a broken hand, Clare's Shane O'Donnell had something to say on Joey Barton's 'fingers like steel' tweet ...
Hurling rankings: how does your county rate?The sun is about to set on another memorable hurling championship year but the ultimate prize has still to be handed out with three left in the running. How did all the other counties fare out...

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