Kierans proud of his players

Wayne Kierans was proud of his Louth players after their unlucky Leinster MFC exit.

Injury concerns for Exiles

London manager Ciaran Deely says he has yet to finalise his starting 15 for Sunday's Connacht SFC quarter-final against Mayo.

Grugan 'can't wait' for Breffni clash

Armagh's Rory Grugan says he cannot wait to take to the field against Cavan on Sunday afternoon.

Tipp skipper ruling out complacency

Tipperary captain Peter Acheson says they won't take anything for granted when they face Waterford in Sunday's Munster SFC quarter-final  in Dungarvan.

McManus cleared for Mourne showdown

Conor McManus has been declared fit for the first round of Monaghan's Ulster SFC defence against Down on Sunday week.

Rochford wary of London upset

Mayo boss Stephen Rochford says his side cannot afford to take London for granted this weekend.

O'Neill reveals he nearly quit Tyrone

Ronan O'Neill has revealed that he nearly quit the Tyrone set-up after enduring a frustrating season in 2015.

Geezer planning to curb Givney's influence

Kieran McGeeney has highlighted the threat that Cavan full-forward David Givney poses to his Armagh side in Kingspan Breffni Park this Sunday.

Ó Sé's money is on Mayo

Tomás Ó Sé stands to collect a few quid if Mayo end their long wait for the Sam Maguire this September - but he's not counting his winnings just yet.

Double blow for Treaty County

An eligibility controversy has ruled Limerick midfielder Tom Lee out of this Sunday's Munster SFC quarter final clash with Clare while captain Iain Corbett is sidelined with a leg injury.

Watch: A famous All-Ireland final block Rory Stories style

An Charraig Mhór CLG, Co. Tyrone have recently launched a novel fundraiser which is themed on their own Conor Gormley's famous block in the 2003 All-Ireland final to deny Steven McDonnell what would have been a match winning goal for Armagh.

"It would have been over, no question"

Late points from Trevor Mortimer and Kevin McLoughlin saved James Horan's managerial bacon back in 2011.

Macauley is 'good to go'

Former 'Footballer of the Year' Michael Darragh Macauley insists Dublin won't fall into the trap of taking Laois for granted.

Feely injury concern for Lilywhites

Kildare are sweating over the fitness of midfielder Kevin Feely who injured his shoulder during the Leinster SFC win over Wexford last weekend.

Carew begins mind games

Sligo manager Niall Carew believes playing at home can be a disadvantage sometimes as he prepares his side to face Roscommon at Dr Hyde Park in three weeks' time.

Power believes progress is being made

Wexford manager David Power is adamant that his side are making progress despite exiting the Leinster SFC at the first hurdle.

London board issue ticket warning

The London GAA board have stressed that unless supporters have tickets for Sunday's Connacht SFC clash against Mayo, they will not be allowed access to Ruislip.

Roscommon's O'Donnell pays tribute to midfielder who played in difficult circumstances

McDermott, who is engaged to Eilis McDonagh, had a superb match in the middle of the field as Roscommon on Sunday advanced to a Connacht semi-final showdown with Sligo on a 1-21 to 0-11 scoreline.

Video: 'Pride in the jersey'

National trophies at senior level in Ladies Gaelic Football are rare in the province of Ulster, apart from when it comes to the MMI Interprovincial Championships.

Reynolds - we all eat the same spuds

Leitrim captain Gary Reynolds is frustrated by the championship structure.

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Sunday 29 May

Ulster SFC quarter-final
Cavan v Armagh, Breffni Park, 3.30pm

Connacht SFC quarter-final
London v Mayo, Ruislip, 3pm

Munster SFC quarter-finals
Limerick v Clare, Gaelic Grounds, 2pm
Waterford v Tipperary, Fraher Field, 3.30pm

Munster JFC quarter-finals
Limerick v Clare, Gaelic Grounds, 12noon
Waterford v Tipperary, Fraher Field, 1.30pm

Ulster MFC quarter-finals
Cavan v Armagh, Breffni Park, 1.30pm
Monaghan v Down, Clones, 7pm
Antrim v Donegal, Corrigan Park, 7pm