Team news: Cork stick to winning formulaCork are unchanged for the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final against Mayo.
Prenty plays down timing of Mayo gamesConnacht Council secretary John Prenty feels that Mayo should be pleased to have two games in Croke Park the one day, despite the matches being four hours apart.
Ticket details for CrokerTickets details for Sunday's triple header at Croke Park have been announced.
O'Connor points to competition as driving factorMayo forward Cillian O'Connor believes that they are driven by the fact that there is so much competition for places on the team.
O'Shea has a lot more to giveThere is no other place that Mayo star Aidan O'Shea would rather be than Croke Park on the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Watch: brilliant new ad sums up what county minor is all aboutEntitled This.Is.Major, the ad intends to break the mould of traditional GAA advertising and to elevate the stature and understanding of the Minor players' life through a series of scenes including training, matches, school, exams, romance and the debs.
Mayo cynical? Quite the oppositeCork's claims that Mayo are experts at 'tactical fouling' isn't going to distract the Connacht champions from the important business of preparing for Sunday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final at Croke Park.
McCarthy: Mayo experts at foul playCork selector Ronan McCarthy has accused Mayo forwards Cillian O'Connor and Kevin McLoughlin of being very good at 'tactical fouling'.
Referees announced for weekend football tiesCroke Park has released the details of the refereeing appointments for this weekend's football clashes at GAA Headquarters.
Poc Fada 2014 set to feature a host of starsThe great and the good of gaelic games were in attendance at he launch of the M. Donnelly GAA All Ireland Poc Fada Finals at Croke Park.
Barrett: Mayo panel strongerChris Barrett reckons Mayo have an even stronger panel this year than they had in 2012 and '13.
Football top scorers: Sweeney leads but Walsh makes his moveCon Sweeney's 1-4 from placed balls for Tipperary sees at the head of the football scorers' chart with Galway's Shane Walsh in second spot.
O'Shea "can't wait" for SundayAidan O'Shea says the August Bank Holiday weekend marks the REAL start of the All-Ireland SFC.
Hanley hits the heights Down UnderMayo's Pearce Hanley produced the best performance of his Aussie Rules career to date on Saturday night in the Brisbane Lions' surprise 110-56 win over Gold Coast at the Gabba.
Connacht U16 Hurling AcademyConnacht GAA U16 Hurling Academy Squad were in action recently against South Ulster in an Interprovincial Development match at the Connacht GAA Centre of Excellence in Bekan recently.
Mayo Minors Back in All Ireland FinalThe Mayo Minor Hurlers have remained on course to retain their All-Ireland MinorC Hurling title after coming through their qualifier round-robin blitz on Saturday in Longford.
Championship tweets: Walsh wizardry casts a spell on TwitterShane Walsh's silky skills were the talk of Twitter on Saturday evening while One Direction's Niall Horan is enjoying Sky Sports' coverage of gaelic games.
Ladies: qualifier draw throws up big derbyUlster rivals Monaghan and Tyrone have been pitted together in round 2 of the TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship qualifiers.
If the All-Stars were picked now ...The provincial football championships have been decided and it's the perfect time to update our choice as the players of the season so far.
Club fixtures should be standardised nationwide, says HoranMayo manager James Horan says it's time to create a level playing field nationwide regarding club fixtures.
Mayo's Gallagher out of quarter-finalAdam Gallagher won't play any part in Mayo's All-Ireland SFC quarter-final against either Cork or Sligo on Sunday week, August 3.
Hennelly says O'Connor is top bracketRob Hennelly doesn't subscribe to the theory that Mayo don't have top class forwards.
Provincial winners launch All-Ireland seriesJames O'Donoghue (Kerry), Karl Lacey (Donegal), Jonny Cooper (Dublin) and Robert Hennelly (Mayo) helped launch the 2014 All-Ireland football series at the Mansion House Dublin today.
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.
Mayo the biggest threat to Dublin - SheedyJack Sheedy sees Mayo as the biggest threat to Dublin's back-to-back All-Ireland bid.
MFC quarter-finals for Bank Holiday weekendThe four All-Ireland MFC quarter-finals will take place over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
GAA confirm All-Ireland SFC times, dates and venuesTimes, dates and venues have been confirmed for a number of forthcoming fixtures in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.
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.

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