Willie Joe: Mayo need time to regroupMayo legend Willie Joe Padden believes it could be a few years before the Westerners are competing for All-Ireland titles again following Saturday's shattering replay loss to Kerry.
Pitch invasion was a once-off, says Mayo fanThe Mayo fan who invaded the pitch during Saturday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay has vowed never to do it again.
Next Mayo and Galway managersThe west is awake in the search for new managers for all Intercounty three teams in Galway and Mayo.
Championship tweets: life is good for Karl LaceyHere's a round-up of the best GAA tweets from an action-packed weekend ...
McStay waiting on a phone callKevin McStay is expecting, at the very least, to get a courtesy phone call to discuss the Mayo senior football manager vacancy.
What they said ... the weekend in quotesWhere do you start when it comes to looking back on that remarkable weekend of gaelic football? Here's what the main protagonists from the two All-Ireland SFC semi-finals had to say ...
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.
Who'll replace James Horan?Speculation has already begun over who will succeed James Horan as Mayo manager.
Reaction: awe and wonder at stunning semi-final replayIt was enthralling, nail-biting, titanic and most of all a wonderful example of the fantastic sport that is gaelic football. The reaction to the Kerry v Mayo thriller on twitter was one of pure joy.
SF semi-final replay: Kingdom find that bit extra to see off brave MayoKerry booked their place in this year's All-Ireland SFC final when edging an epic extra-time encounter against Mayo in the Gaelic Grounds this evening.
Horan quits MayoMayo's disappointment at losing today's nail-biting All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay has been compounded by the news that James Horan has stepped down as senior football manager.
Twitter reaction to Mayo pitch invaderTrouble flared at the end of the this evening's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay in the Gaelic Grounds and one Mayo supporter had to be escorted off the field of play. Here's some of the best reaction on Twitter ...
Desire the key for FitzmauriceEamonn Fitzmaurice said desire was a key ingredient in Kerry's winning formula today.
O'Donoghue: "there's only one thing in Kerry and that's the All-Ireland"Today's semi-final replay win over Mayo will mean nothing if Kerry don't finish off the job in the All-Ireland SFC final according to attacking ace James O'Donoghue.
Star starts for KingdomKieran Donaghy starts at full-forward for Kerry in today's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay against Mayo.
O'Connor: venue makes no odds to usCillian O'Connor is hoping that Mayo can reproduce the character they showed in the second of last Sunday's drawn encounter against Kerry when the two sides renew acquaintances in the Gaelic Grounds this evening.
As it happened: All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay Match TrackerSix days on from last weekend's incredible draw, Kerry and Mayo locked horns in another classic for a place in the 2014 All-Ireland SFC final.
Preview: SF semi-final: Kerry v MayoIt goes without saying that both defences will need to keep a close eye on respective dangermen Cillian O'Connor and James O'Donoghue who shot 1-8 and 1-3 respectively in the drawn encounter.
Team news: Mayo name unchanged side for replayLee Keegan keeps his place at right half back.
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Duffy admits Croker gamble backfiredParaic Duffy concedes that scheduling an American football match in Croke Park tomorrow "has backfired".
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.
Reaction: mixed views on Keegan's reprieveLee Keegan's red card being overturned by the Central Hearing Committee has stirred up plenty of debate.
Keegan cleared and free to play in replayMayo's Lee Keegan has had his red card from last Sunday's drawn All-Ireland semi-final against Kerry rescinded and is now free to line out in the replay.
Team news: Kingdom keep Donaghy in reserveKieran Donaghy must be content with a place on the bench once more as Kerry have named an unchanged side for their All-Ireland semi-final replay on Saturday against Mayo.
Minister slams replay venue choiceMinister of State for Sport Michael Ring had criticised the GAA's decision to fix Mayo's All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay with Kerry for the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.
Gilvarry in no rushMayo minor manager Enda Gilvarry will take his time before deciding on whether to remain at the helm for another year.
Horan hails Parsons impactMayo manager James Horan has hailed the impact that substitutes made when introduced in the second half of the All-Ireland SFC semi final draw against Kerry.
"No-one in Mayo has ever forgotten Donaghy"David Brady expects Mayo manager James Horan to have a plan for Kieran Donaghy on Saturday.
Gay pride parade to clash with Kerry-Mayo replayConsiderable traffic congestion is expected in Limerick on Saturday when the city hosts both the All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay between Kerry and Mayo and the biggest gay pride parade ever to take place in Ireland.
Burns backs Gaelic Grounds callFormer Ulster winning Armagh captain Jarlath Burns supports the GAA's decision to fix the All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay between Kerry and Mayo for the Gaelic Grounds.
Mickey Ned slams GAA's "financial greed""Corporate Croke Park is calling the shots" according to former Kerry footballer and manager Mickey Ned O'Sullivan who has lambasted the decision to fix the All-Ireland SFC semi-final replay for Limerick.
Mayo appeal Keegan's redMayo have launched an appeal against Lee Keegan's red card from last Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final.
Munster Council expecting Gaelic Grounds sell-outMunster Council is expecting a capacity 44,500 crowd at the Gaelic Grounds for Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final replay.

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