Fermanagh surprise opponents for GavinJim Gavin has admitted that he didn't expect to be facing Fermanagh in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final.
Football rankings: Kerry still the kingpins but for how long?Sunday, September 20th is only seven weeks away which means we are entering the home straight in the race for Sam Maguire Cup honours. Just 10 teams are left standing, here's our latest football rankings...
Woods vows to resolve Poc Fada prize fiascoUlster Camogie Chairperson Kathleen Woods has spoken about the northern province's controversial Poc Fada competition which took place last week.
McCusker: Dubs have unfair advantageDeclan McCusker has added to the chorus of calls for Dublin to be made play some of their championship games outside Croke Park.
Jones salutes Fermanagh fansMichael Jones says Fermanagh's fans played a crucial role in their victory over Westmeath.
Clarke: Dubs can expect more of the samePaul Clarke expects Fermanagh to take a leaf out of Westmeath's book and "park the bus" against Dublin in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final.
Odds: The Sam Maguire Cup race gets interestingFollowing on from last weekend's nine point defeat of Westmeath, Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath and his players face the "ultimate test" in Croke Park this Sunday.
Ederney St Joesph's 'Four County Challenge' is this weekend!Ederney St Joesph's are planning their annual inclusive community event. Following on from successive Ederney In The Park summer festivals, they are running a fun filled cycle challenge this week.
2015 Martin Donnelly All Ireland Poc FadaThe 54th running of the Poc Fada na hEireann will take place at Annaverna on the Cooley Mountains, north of Dundalk this Saturday August 1 (11.30am) where holder and ex Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins will be seeking his 9th record breaking title.
Corrigan eyes Dubs scalpTomas Corrigan sees no reason why Fermanagh can't give a good account of themselves against Dublin.
Fermanagh Fixtures UpdateFixtures for upcoming weekend
HS football team of the weekKildare and Fermanagh have seven and six players respectively on our football team of the week ...
Senior and minor football fixturesThe GAA has confirmed fixture details for a number of upcoming games in the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior and Minor Championships.
Video: Prof Hollywood Cup aims to raise cancer awarenessThe Professor Hollywood Memorial Cup is in its second year of raising funds for the cancer units in St. Lukes and St. James's hospitals.
Championship tweets: Sheeran rules CrokerFrom the two sold out Ed Sheeran concerts at GAA headquarters to the action in Semple Stadium and Kingspan Breffni Park, there was plenty of GAA talk on Twitter over the weekend. And the Mayo footballers nailed their header challenge!
McGrath braced for "ultimate test"Pete McGrath says Fermanagh face the "ultimate test" against Dublin in Croke Park next Sunday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They know as much about serious level sport as I do about the sleeping habits of the Ayatollah."
Fr Brian offers thanks for Fermanagh victoryFr Brian D'Arcy will use today's Masses in the St. Gabriel's Retreat, Enniskillen to thank God for Fermanagh's superb victory over Westmeath yesterday.
SF Qualifier: Ernemen wallop WestmeathFermanagh are through to the All-Ireland series after negotiating a poor Westmeath challenge - 1-13 to 0-7 at Breffni Park.
Quarter-finals: Fermanagh v Dublin; Kerry v KildareFollowing today's qualifier results, the pairings for the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final double bill on Sunday week are known.
McGrath: these players do not know when to quitFermanagh manager Pete McGrath hailed his side's never-say-die attitude following their nine point qualifier victory over Westmeath today.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerTwo fourth-round SF Qualifiers went down for decision this evening as the race for the Sam Maguire Cup hotted up.
Preview: SFC qualifier - Westmeath v FermanaghMomentum is very much on Fermanagh's side heading into today's clash against Westmeath at Kingspan Breffni Park.
Don't miss a second of football qualifier action with Sky SportsThere's a double helping of All-Ireland SFC qualifier action on the Sky Sports menu again this Saturday.
Strong team ethic the key for McGrathFermanagh manager Pete McGrath believes that the character shown by his players is borne out of a strong work ethic.
Team news: Fermanagh stick with same 15Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath has kept faith with the same starting 15 which overcame Roscommon for tomorrow's All-Ireland SFC Qualifiers Round 4B meeting with Westmeath at Breffni Park, Cavan.
A lot done, more to do for Jones and FermanaghFermanagh midfielder Ryan Jones admits it will be a 'letdown' if they fail to clear the Westmeath hurdle this weekend.
Martin on a revenge missionWestmeath's Kieran Martin is hoping history doesn't repeat itself when they take on Fermanagh this weekend.
McGrath ends RTE boycottPete McGrath has ended his RTE boycott and will talk to the broadcaster after Saturday's All-Ireland SFC qualifier against Westmeath.
"I spotted Cindy Crawford a couple of metres away"Marty Morrissey has opened up on his failed attempt to chat up Cindy Crawford.
GAA confirm football fixturesThe GAA has today confirmed fixture details for a number of upcoming games in the All-Ireland SFC, including the quarter-finals featuring Kerry and Dublin.
Championship tweets: Stay classy Dessie Dolan!Dessie Dolan's fashion sense was was a hot topic of debate on Twitter last night ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Donegal in fairness were the better team last year, and fully deserved it, but we just wanted to come here and show that we were a good team, and that we could win another Ulster final."
All-Ireland football race down to final 12Just 12 teams remain in the hunt for the Sam Maguire after this weekend's action.
As it Happened: Saturday Match TrackerThe Munster senior football championship replay was centre stage in today's action.

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