The fixtures for the last round of the All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals have been confirmed.
Full back Jason Foley says the Kerry defence have been working hard to "put things right" since shipping three goals in the Munster final.
Dublin, Tyrone, Donegal and Kerry came out on top in the first phase of Super 8 games…
Kilkenny and Tipperary advanced to the last four of this year's Liam MacCarthy Cup competition…
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"Our fellas worked like dogs out there. That was probably where the game was won, in the first half."
James Horan was offering no excuses after his Mayo team were outclassed by Kerry.
Joe Brolly has written Mayo's obiturary following their heavy defeat to Kerry.
Kerry had ten points to spare against Mayo in a one-sided Super 8s clash in the Killarney sunshine - 1-22 to 0-15.
The only bright spot on an otherwise disappointing day for Mayo in Killarney was Cillian O'Connor setting a new all-time scoring championship record of 23-285.
The Kerry and Mayo midfield partnerships got to know each other very well before the ball was thrown in on today's huge Super 8s clash in Killarney.
Croke Park, Killarney and Ballybofey were the venues for today's games.
The Irish Masters (Over 40) squad to face their Australian counterparts in next Saturday's International Rules test in Denn, Co. Cavan has been named.
Lee Keegan has been named at right half-back in the Mayo team for tomorrow's eagerly anticipated Super 8s clash with Kerry.
A Rachel Kearns goal midway through the second half at Omagh's Healy Park proved decisive as Mayo held off a battling Tyrone to win this TG4 All Ireland SFC Group 4 opener by three points.
Micheal Burns comes in as the only change to the Kerry team to play Mayo in Sunday's All-Ireland SFC Super 8s opener at Fitzgerald Stadium (throw-in 4pm).
Phase 1 of the Super 8s gets underway this weekend with four games taking place across different corners of the country.
LET battle commence! With the provincial silverware handed out, thoughts now turn to the TG4 All-Ireland series, with Round 1 fixtures down for decision on Saturday and Sunday.
DUBLIN manager Mick Bohan has made three changes in personnel for tomorrow's (SAT) TG4 All-Ireland SFC Group 2 Round 1 clash against Waterford.
Mayo have suffered yet another injury blow ahead of Sunday's Super 8s opener against Kerry with the news that Patrick Durcan has been ruled out with a leg injury.
Having tipped them to lose to Galway last weekend, Tomás Ó Sé has changed horses and backed them to end his beloved Kerry's 24-year unbeaten championship record in Killarney on Sunday.
The capacity of Fitzgerald Stadium has been cut over 6,000 for the meeting of Kerry and Mayo in the All-Ireland SFC Super 8's clash on Sunday afternoon.
Kerry manager Peter Keane has revealed that the treatment table is not as busy as it has been in the last few weeks.
Evidently, a two-tiered intercounty football championship is imminent, but it certainly won't be a pill for every ill.
Here are our latest football rankings as the Super 8s are about to begin.
Colm Cooper says he's fearful of Cillian O'Connor and Co doing "serious damage" to Kerry if Mayo are afforded the space in Killarney this weekend.
Former All-Ireland winning manager Joe Kernan sees Mayo and Donegal as being the biggest threats to Dublin's quest for a fifth consecutive Sam Maguire Cup triumph this summer.
Galway eased past holders Mayo at Tuam Stadium to capture the silverware - 0-16 to 0-10.
Alan Dillon expects Cillian O'Connor to overtake Colm Cooper in the all-time scoring charts sooner rather than later and has also hit out at comments made by former Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice.
Like opponents Mayo, Galway show no changes for this evening's Connacht U20FC final at Tuam Stadium (throw-in 7.30pm).
Mayo have named an unchanged team to face Galway in this evening's Connacht U20FC final at Tuam Stadium (throw-in 7.30pm).
History will be made next month when the All-Ireland senior ladies football semi-finals will be staged at Croke Park for the first time.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Association and Championship sponsors TG4 have announced today (TUESDAY) that the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Senior semi-finals will be played at Croke Park on Sunday, August 25.
James O'Donoghue has been given the all clear ahead of Kerry's crunch Super 8s clash with Mayo this weekend.
The Super 8s beckon for Tyrone, Mayo, Cork and Meath…
Dublin's conquerors Laois have no less than nine representatives on our team of the week…
Laois pulled off a big shock in the hurling championship while Tyrone, Mayo, Cork and Meath all have Super 8 football to look forward to...
"I am getting a little bit of credit and I don't want it. The players are the ones that crossed the line, that drove it on."