Tommy Lyons says another All-Ireland title this September would cement the current Dublin football team's status as the capital's best-ever.
Pat Burke played for Dublin the the 2011 national football league final; on Saturday, he was on the Clare team that defeated Kildare in the Division Three decider.
Dublin sweeper Cian O'Sullivan says the all-conquering Metropolitans must block out the hype if they're to retain Sam Maguire.
Tyrone star Sean Cavanagh admits that "incredible" Dublin's current well-being is "scary".
As Dublin, Tyrone, Clare and Louth celebrated league success over the weekend, we select our football team of the week...
The Division 1 final of the Allianz National Football League attracted the highest ever viewing figures for a single programme on TG4, according to official TAM Ireland figures.
Tomás Ó Sé doesn't hold back in his assessment of Kerry's performance against Dublin in yesterday's Allianz FL Division 1 final.
Bernard Flynn reckons the Allianz League final was an embarrassment for Kerry.
A great day to be Irish ... and particularly a Dub!
Jim Gavin has slammed the new drug-testing procedures in the GAA.
"They are the athletes people came to watch today, and for them to be treated that way I don't think was appropriate."
Dublin claimed their fourth successive league crown with a comprehensive 2-18 to 0-13 victory over 14-man Kerry in front of a full house at Croke Park.
The 2016 national football league climaxed on a real high today, with two mouth-watering deciders going down for decision at Croke Park.
Jim Gavin cited Aidan O'Mahony's red card as the turning point in today's Allianz Football League final.
Aidan O'Mahony will miss Kerry's first defence of their Munster senior football title after receiving a straight red card in the Allianz League final.
Have you ever seen a goal like this in hurling?
The draws for the second round of the Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard Cups were made this evening.
A dominant second half display by Ephie Fitzgerald's Cork has seen the holders qualify for a ninth successive Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 1 final - and within touching distance of the four-in-a-row.
Reigning champions Kilkenny are safely through to the semi-final stages of the Leinster MHC while Wexford are celebrating a thrilling extra-time victory over Dublin.
All roads led to Croke Park this weekend as the first two of the NFL finals took place.
Ballyboden St Enda's made a winning start to their Dublin SHC campaign last night but their victory came at a cost.
Diarmuid Connolly has been recalled to the Dublin starting 15 for tomorrow's Allianz FL Division 1 final against Kerry.