Richie Hogan has revealed he will definitely miss Kilkenny's Leinster SHC semi-final date with Dublin.
Former 'Footballer of the Year' Michael Darragh Macauley insists Dublin won't fall into the trap of taking Laois for granted.
The Laois GAA board have urged their supporters to purchase their tickets well in advance of the Leinster SFC clash against Dublin at Nowlan Park.
The clock is ticking for Richie Hogan and Michael Fennelly ahead of Kilkenny's Leinster SHC semi-final clash with Dublin after both men picked up injuries in the same match on Saturday.
Ryan O'Dwyer was delighted to make his competitive return to Dublin colours on Saturday night.
Bernard Brogan says there are many more naturally gifted footballers in the Dublin camp than him.
Dublin LGFA has announced New Ireland Assurance as the official sponsor of the 2016 Dublin LGFA Adult Club Championships.
Dublin All Star footballers Alan and Bernard Brogan have scored off the pitch with the purchase of a hotel in Co. Meath.
Cork should stay with the traditional game, according to King Henry.
"In my day, we used to whoop Tyrone's asses more often than not."
Ger Cunningham was already turning his thoughts to Kilkenny after Dublin's facile win over Wexford.
There were wins for Tipperary, Dublin, Offaly and Westmeath in their respective provincial hurling championship encounters at the weekend.
Big weekend ahead for Dublin LGFA as our U14 team contest the first Leinster Final of the season when they take on Kildare on Saturday in Kinnegad / Coralstown GAA club at 2.30pm.
We were set for a busy afternoon as we had no fewer than six games down for decision.
No-one can question Shane Casey's commitment to Erin's Isle after he lined out for the Finglas club on the same day as he returned from UN peacekeeping duty in the Lebanon.
Dublin booked a semi-final date with Kilkenny when easing to a 13-point victory over Wexford at wet and miserable Croke Park tonight - 2-19 to 0-12.
First time finalists Mayo will take on last year's runners-up Armagh in the Nicky Rackard Cup decider on Saturday, June 4th.
Meath stormed to an impressive double-digit win over Dublin at Pairc Tailteann in this Electric Ireland Leinster MFC quarter-final on Saturday afternoon.
There was a big upset in the Leinster MFC today as Meath scored an emphatic 1-18 to 2-5 quarter-final victory over Dublin at Pairc Tailteann.
Croke Park provided the eerie setting this evening for a double-header of Leinster senior football and hurling quarter-finals.
A brilliant weekend of betting was had last weekend with a number of very profitable bets landing, leaving us nearly +10 points for the first weekend of championship betting.
Finding a way past centre-back Cian O'Sullivan is the key to upsetting the odds against Dublin, says Jim McGuinness.