Connolly concerns over club roleDavitts' manager Martin Connolly has admitted that he is concerned over the future of county players lining out with their clubs.
IFC reaches knockout stagesThe quarterfinalists for this year's intermediate football championship are now known.
Football draws set to take placeMacHale Park will be the venue for the 2014 senior, intermediate and junior football championship quarterfinal draw.
Explainer: The road to SamFollowing the conclusion of the provincial football championships over the weekend, the picture in this year's All-Ireland series has become a lot clearer with 12 teams still standing.
Success for Under 16 hurlersLast weekend saw the Mayo GAA U16 hurlers travel to Ballyshannon in Donegal for the Peter OKeefe Memorial Tournament.
National Hurling U16/U14 Academy DayLast weekend saw the Mayo GAA U16 hurlers travel to Ballyshannon in Donegal for the Peter OKeefe Memorial Tournament.
Win delights GilvarryMayo manager Enda Gilvarry was delighted to win another Connacht title.
Hennelly pre-planned penalty saveMayo goalkeeper Rob Hennelly has revealed that he knew which way he was diving for Galway's penalty before the game!
Football top scorers: O'Connor and Sweeney lead the wayMayo's Cillian O'Connor and Con Sweeney of Tipperary are the leading scorers in football championship 2014.
"Crushed" Brooks confirms concerts KOA broken-hearted Garth Brooks has confirmed that his Croke Park concerts cannot be salvaged.
Hennelly: "history is something you enjoy when you retire"Robbie Hennelly isn't getting caught up in Mayo's fantastic four-in-a-row feat.
HS football team of the weekConnacht champions Mayo have four representatives on our football team of the week.
Keegan hits the high notesCillian O'Connor has recalled how he had been thinking of putting the ball over the bar until he heard Lee Keegan's "high-pitched voice" in the 23rd minute of yesterday's Connacht SFC final.
Horan not looking past next gameJames Horan insists Mayo are taking it one game at a time after completing a four-in-a-row of Connacht SFC titles.
Championship tweets: 'hard work does pay'Farewell #PaircUiChaoimh #munsterchamps2014 who would have thought it , hard work does pay off !! Who knew ??
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"It mightn't always be associated with him but he's a very clever player."
Connacht SFC final: Mayo complete four-in-a-rowHistory-makers Mayo retained the Nestor Cup with a routine 3-14 to 0-16 victory over Galway at Castlebar.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThere was another busy afternoon in store with three provincial finals and three All-Ireland SFC qualifiers played.
A lucky omen for Mayo?Could Mayo's first four-in-a-row of Connacht SFC titles since 1951 be a lucky omen in the county's quest to end its All-Ireland famine?
Connacht MFC final: Mayo Reape the rewardsBrian Reape scored 1-6 in a man of the match display as All-Ireland champions Mayo produced a turbo-charged finish to retain their Connacht MFC title at Elvery's MacHale Park.
O'Donnell looking for big performanceIf Galway can perform to their potential, they 'won't be far away' against Mayo in tomorrow's Connacht SFC final, according to centre-back Gary O'Donnell.
Preview: Connacht SFC final: Mayo v GalwayMayo's display against Roscommon in the semi-final left a lot to be desired and manager James Horan has acted by making four changes to his team.
Team news: Same fifteen for Roscommon minorsFergal O'Donnell has named the same 15 that defeated Leitrim in the Connacht MFC semi-final ahead of Sunday's final against Mayo at Elverys MacHale Park, Castlebar.
Team news: Unchanged Mayo team for minor deciderMayo minor manager Enda Gilvarry has kept faith with the same team that overcame Galway in the Connacht MFC semi-final.
Team news: Moore and Conroy in for GalwayJoss Moore and Paul Conroy are selected on the Galway team which will face Mayo in Sundays Connacht Senior Football Final clash.
Team news: Mayo make 4 changes for deciderFollowing Mayo's semi-final win over Roscommon, manager James Horan has made four changes to his team for Sunday's Connacht SFC final clash with Galway.
Hanley keen to make amendsMayo minor captain Cian Hanley is eager to make up for the disappointment of missing out on last year's All-Ireland MFC final win through injury.
'It doesn't matter to me one bit, to be honest'Mayo utility player Keith Higgins admits that he doesn't mind where he plays for the county.
Horan backs county boardMayo manager James Horan has stressed that they want for nothing from the county board.
Mulholland hoping to keep it tightRoscommon's gutsy performance against Mayo in the Connacht SFC semi-final has given Galway manager Alan Mulholland "hope" ahead of Sunday's final.
All five Garth Brooks gigs cancelledAiken Promotions have announced that all five of Garth Brooks' Croke Park concerts have been cancelled.
Boyle: Galway will be full of confidenceColm Boyle expects Mayo to run into a confident Galway outfit as they bid for a fourth successive Connacht SFC crown on Sunday.
Championship tweets: Kingdom rulesKerry's demolition of Cork in the Munster SFC final was the big GAA story on Twitter over the weekend.
Mayo GAA Poc Fada 2014The Mayo GAA Poc Fada competition was held at Elvery's MacHale Park on Tuesday evening last July 1st.
Gilvarry focused on provincial deciderMayo minor manager Enda Gilvarry is not looking beyond the Connacht final following his side's traumatic win over Galway in the semi final last weekend.

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