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.
Clare SHC: Conlon's 3-11 eases Clonlara into semisCratloe, Clonlara and Crusheen have secured their places in the last four of the Canon Hamilton Cup.
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SHC quarter-finals take centre stageIt's a huge weekend in the Clare SHC with all four quarter-finals taking place.
SFC quarter-final pairings confirmedThe race for the Jack Daly Cup is down to eight teams after last weekend's action.
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.
Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 7 September.
"Top managers like Anthony Daly are thin on the ground"The Dublin hurling manager's job is Anthony Daly's - if he wants it.
Drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-finals aren't unusualYesterday's Kerry-Mayo clash was the 17th drawn All-Ireland SFC semi-final since 1937.
Fantastic All-Ireland Football 7's in RatoathIt is a newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have senior teams participating from all of Ireland.
Football top scorers: O'Connor is top of the mountainCillian O'Connor's haul of 1-8 in the drawn All-Ireland semi-final makes him the man to beat in the race to be the top scoring footballer of championship 2014.
Championship tweets: Marty gives Rachel a drenching!Sky Sports Rachel Wyse enlisted the services of none other than Marty Morrissey to help her complete her ice bucket challenge in Croke Park yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Fellas just stood up. It was exhilarating to watch. We had guys who weren't just going to lose."
O'Connor expected stiffer testClare joint-manager Gerry O'Connor was disappointed that his team didn't receive a more searching examination from Antrim in yesterday's All-Ireland U21HC semi-final.
O'Neill: boys need to be treated the same as girlsLiam O'Neill believes GAA coaches and school teachers have a key role to play in helping to ensure that young boys don't feel alone or have suicidal ideation when they reach adulthood.
U-21 HC semi-final: Banner score facile victoryHolders Clare experienced little difficulty in disposing of Antrim's challenge in the first of today's All-Ireland U-21 HC semi-final double-bill at Semple Stadium.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerThere were three games down for decision this afternoon as the All-Ireland JFC final preceded the penultimate stages of the All-Ireland under-21 hurling campaign.
Professional performance pleases MoloneyClare joint-manager Donal Moloney has called for Antrim's hurlers to be given a fair crack of the whip.
SFC quarter-final draw madeThe draw for the quarter-finals of the Clare SFC was made at the West County Hotel on Tuesday night.
SHC quarter-final pairings confirmedThe pairings for the SHC quarter-finals are now known following Monday night's draw.
Competition for places pleases O'ConnorJoint-manager Gerry O'Connor says there is intense competition for places in the Clare team for tomorrow's All-Ireland U21HC semi-final against Antrim.
Munster football minnows seek return of open drawLimerick, Clare, Tipperary and Waterford are set to lobby the Munster Council for the open draw format to be reinstated to its provincial senior football championship.
O'Donnell fit for U21 semi-finalClare's bid for a three-in-a-row of All-Ireland U21HC titles has been boosted by the news that Shane O'Donnell is set to line out in Saturday's semi-final against Antrim.
Proposal to restrict match-day squads to 26As part of a tightening up on match-day regulations, the CCCC is proposing that team managers must name 26-man squads well in advance of matches and stick to it.
All-Ireland glory took its toll on Kelly and ClareHurler of the Year Tony Kelly admits that Clare struggled to get the hangover from last year's All-Ireland success out of their system.
Dunne: there's a trend emerging here and it can't be ignoredTipperary's 2001 All-Ireland winning captain Tommy Dunne agrees that "something is going to have to be done" about the structure of the senior hurling championship.
Championship tweets: "These hurling fellas don't even wear gloves"Set to miss next Saturday's All-Ireland U-21 HC semi-final against Antrim with a broken hand, Clare's Shane O'Donnell had something to say on Joey Barton's 'fingers like steel' tweet ...
O'Connor not taking Antrim for grantedClare joint-manager Gerry O'Connor is refusing to underestimate Antrim ahead of next Saturday's All-Ireland U21HC semi-final in Thurles.
Hurling rankings: how does your county rate?The sun is about to set on another memorable hurling championship year but the ultimate prize has still to be handed out with three left in the running. How did all the other counties fare out...
Defining weekend in SHCThere will be as much interest in the battle to avoid relegation as in the race for the last two quarter-final places in the Clare SHC this weekend.
Kilmurry and Kilkee to meet againKilmurry-Ibrickane and Kilkee will meet for a second time in this year's Clare SFC after being paired together in the draw for the next round.
Senior camogie championship commencesFollowing Clare's exit from the All-Ireland race at the hands of Galway last Saturday, the attention this weekend switches to the start of the senior camogie championship.
All Ireland Camogie Intermediate S-Finals PreviewsCork won five All-Irelands in the last decade but have not added to their overall tally of 24 since 2009.
Championship tweets: "Greatest professional foul ever.. Amazing"Here's our twitter round-up from an action-packed football and hurling weekend ...
Flan referees his 3,000th gameWell-known Clare referee Flan O'Reilly has no plans to hang up his whistle after taking charge of his 3,000 game last weekend.
Cruciate woe for CoughlanClare's Enda Coughlan has become the latest inter-county footballer to be struck by the cruciate curse.
Previews: All-Ireland camogie quarter-finalsThis weekend sees four counties go head-to-head in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior camogie quarter-finals.
Three teams into IHC semi-finalsThree of the four IHC semi-final places have been filled after last weekend's third round group matches.
Ten left in SHC raceThere are just 10 runners left in the field for the Canon Hamilton Cup after last weekend's second round games.
Plenty at stake in SFCIt's a big weekend in the Clare SFC with eight round two games down for decision.
Football top scorers: Walsh makes his moveGalway's Shane Walsh is now the top scoring footballer in championship 2014 but there are some big names hot on his heels.
Championship tweets: "The Gooch is only a two trick pony""The Gooch is only a two trick pony" - Martin McHugh losing the plot on @TheSundayGame
Clare SHC: champions are KO'dSixmilebridge have exited the race for the Canon Hamilton Cup after losing to Cratloe by 1-15 to 1-18 at Cusack Park yesterday.
O'Donnell's injury woes continueClare U21 hurlers have been dealt the hammer blow that Shane O'Donnell may the remainder of the season after suffering a broken hand in the Munster U21HC final against Cork on Wednesday.
Football rankings: Dubs have their destiny in their own handsIt's true that time flies when you're having fun! It's August already and we are down to business end of this year's Sam Maguire Cup race. Here's our updated football rankings ...
Kinnerk salutes Banner's "once in a lifetime group"Clare U21 hurling coach Paul Kinnerk has described the three-in-a-row side as "once in a lifetime".
'Garth Brooks eat your heart out'Rising Clare hurling star Aaron Cunningham has been rubbing it into Garth Brooks on Twitter!
Moloney: the best we've ever producedDonal Moloney has hailed Clare's three-in-a-row Munster U21 champions as the most talented bunch of hurlers ever to emerge from the county.
Munster U21 HC final: clinical Clare leave Rebels reelingClare are Munster U21 hurling champions for the third successive season after an emphatic 1-28 to 1-13 victory over Cork at Ennis.

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