Christy Ring Cup final: late Magic for Down
Gareth 'Magic' Johnson's injury-time goal handed Down a sensational 3-16 to 2-17 Croke Park win over Kerry.
Preview: Christy Ring Cup final - Down v Kerry
Down are aiming to make it third time lucky in Saturday's Christy Ring Cup final but they enter the game as underdogs against a talented Kerry outfit.
Boyle in for Kerry
Kerry have named their team for Saturday's Christy Ring Cup decider versus Down.
Kerry suffer Harty blow
Kerry hurlers look set to be without corner forward Colm Harty for the Christy Ring Cup final.
O'Dwyer relishing Croker return
Willie O'Dwyer knows a thing or two about playing in Croke Park.
Howards laments lack of games
Kerry manager Tom Howard believes weaker hurling counties won't improve unless they get more games.
Competition: choose the greatest football team ever
Readers are asked to choose the 15 greatest footballers ever.
Dates for Qualifier draws confirmed
The first of this year's All-Ireland Qualifier draws will take place on Monday next.
Football top scorers: the chasing pack closes in on Mulligan
Leitrim's Emlyn Mulligan is still out on his own in the top scoring charts but a couple of big guns are already chasing him down.
Kelly calls for championship overhaul
Former GAA president Sean Kelly has again called for a SFC revamp.
Tommy Walsh's season is over
A hamstring injury has brought the curtain down on Tommy Walsh's AFL season.
HS Football Team of the Week
Half a dozen counties are represented on this week's Football Team of the Week.
Sideline confusion a sore point for Fitzmaurice
The Kerry dugout on Saturday was once again notable for the absence of selectors Mikey Sheehy and Diarmuid Murphy, despite GAA president Liam O'Neill giving his clearance for the pair to be there.
Munster SFC: Kingdom outclass Waterford
Kerry easily booked their place in the Munster final, beating Waterford by 4-21 to 1-4 in Killarney.
As it happened: Saturday Match Tracker
Today we saw three senior football championship matches take place, with two in Leinster and one in Munster.
McElkennon: RTE has an agenda
Martin McElkennon suspects RTE is deliberately stirring things up.
Four big SFC games on weekend schedule
Four games are on the schedule this weekend as the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championships gather pace.
Manager Éamonn Fitzmaurice has stuck with the starting fifteen which overpowered Tipperary ahead of Saturday's Munster SFC semi-final against Waterford.
Coach attacked at Kerry under-12 match
An under-12 football match in Kerry had to be abandoned following an unsavoury incident.
Kerry exiles raise €163k
A Kerry fundraiser held in New York has raised €163,000 for the development of the centre of excellence.
No experimenting for Fitzmaurice
Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice has ruled out the possibility of experimenting against Waterford.
Carew in positive mood
Waterford manager Niall Carew believes that positivity is essential when facing a side like Kerry.
Galvin questions booking
Paul Galvin doesn't think his crunching challenge on Tipperary's John Coghlan merited a yellow card.
Maher: no room in Kingdom for complacency
Anthony Maher says keen competition for places will make sure Kerry don't become complacent.
Football top scorers: Mulligan out in front
We are only three weekends into the 2013 GAA football championship but Leitrim's Emlyn Mulligan has already put down a strong marker in the top scorers chart.
HS football team of the week
A hectic weekend of championship football resulted in wins for Donegal, Kerry, Cork, Louth, Wicklow and London. All are represented on our football team of the week.
Blog: Bar Room Manoeuvres
Who'd be a manager? Don't get a penny, well not officially, for their troubles and then when beaten in the championship have to run the gauntlet of the RTE lot.
Brosnan fit to face Waterford
Eoin Brosnan will be available for Kerry's Munster SFC semi-final against Waterford in Killarney on Saturday evening.
Munster JFC: Tipp sack the Kingdom
Tipperary football supporters had something to cheer about at Fitzgerald Stadium as their junior footballers got the better of holders Kerry in the Munster JFC quarter-final.
Munster SFC: vintage Kingdom demolish 14-man Tipp
Kerry have begun their bid for a 75th Munster SFC title with an emphatic 17-point victory over Tipperary in Killarney this afternoon.