Dublin name team for NFL Semi-Final versus GalwayDublin manager Gregory McGonigle has kept faith with the same starting 15 that dismissed Cork on April 12th last for this Sunday's crunch NFL
Whelan: Dublin's toughest game until AugustCiaran Whelan reckons Dublin's Allianz Football League final against Cork could be their toughest game between now and the All-Ireland quarter-finals.
Dublin club hit by rat infestationA GAA club in Dublin has been forced to suspend all games and training sessions with "immediate effect" in a public park due to a vermin problem.
Team news: Rebels make one changeJamie O'Sullivan comes into the Cork half-back line for Sunday's NFL Division 1 decider against Dublin at Croke Park.
Baker frustrated because of O'Carroll's unavailabilityRory O'Carroll's absence from the opening game of Kilmacud Crokes' defence of their Dublin SHC crown is a source of frustration for manager Ollie Baker.
"These two teams always seem to play good football"Barney Rock has great memories of playing against Cork during his illustrious gaelic football career with the Dubs.
Ring, Rackard and Meagher Cup fixtures launchThe GAA today announced the fixtures for Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cup Championships 2015.
Dublin LGFA AIG Feile Atha Cliath 2015The Dublin LGFA AIG sponsored Feile Atha Cliath takes place this weekend.
Sheedy: take Dubs out of CrokerSending Dublin out on the road for Leinster SFC games would 'generate a great buzz' throughout the province according to former star Jack Sheedy.
Inishturk island team breakThe wider GAA community may not be familiar with our small club situated off the west Mayo coast.
Rising Stars Teams 2015Comhairle Ardoideachais have announced the HE GAA Independent.ie Rising Stars Teams of the 2015 Higher Education Championships in football and hurling.
GPA student report: 'Never Enough Time'A majority of student county players may not be enjoying a high quality learning experience and require more support from their respective academic and sporting environments according to a new report published by the Gaelic Players Association today.
An Riocht TournamentsDue to a clash of dates with Antrim Feile Na nGael, a couple of vacancies have arisen in the Paul Farrell Cup at An Riocht on Saturday 2nd May
Advantage rule needs time - BarrettWillie Barrett says we won't see hurling's new advantage rule in full flow until the championship gets up and running.
"You're not wrecking your stomach taking all sorts of painkillers"James McCarthy is delighted to have put his groin problems behind him.
Brogan in contention for league final berthJim Gavin has intimated that Alan Brogan could start next Sunday's Allianz Football League against Cork.
Cunningham cries foulGer Cunningham was adamant that Dublin should have had a free just before Seamus Harnedy's late, late winner for Cork.
Dublin Ladies Gaelic Association Weekly NotesA meeting of the Dublin LGFA will take place on Tuesday April 21st at 7:30pm in Parnell Park all clubs are required to have a representative in attendance.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was National Hurling League semi-finals day as attention turned to Nowlan Park where we brought you live text commentary from both games.
SF challenge: Brogan rescues draw on returnAlan Brogan scored four points, including a late equaliser, as Dublin earned a 1-16 apiece draw with Galway in a lively SF challenge at Skerries this afternoon.
HL1 semi: Cork comeback stuns DubsPat Horgan led the charge with 0-17 as Cork made a stunning comeback to defeat Dublin by 1-27 to 2-23 in an enthralling NHL Division One semi-final at Nowlan Park.
U21FC semi-final: terrific Tipp dethrone championsTipperary scored the last two points of a thrilling contest at Tullamore to edge out Dublin and qualify for their first ever All-Ireland U21FC final.
Dublin and Tipp pay tribute to Dave BillingsIn a fitting gesture to the late Dave Billings, players from Dublin and Tipperary stood shoulder to shoulder before today's All-Ireland U21FC semi-final in Tullamore.
Leinster MFC: Dubs survive Offaly scareTwo Aaron Elliott goals in the last 19 minutes got Dublin out of jail in their opening Leinster MFC defence against Offaly at sunny Parnell Park.
Team news: Christie unveils Dublin minor 15Manager Paddy Christie has unveiled his Dublin team for tomorrow's Leinster MFC opener versus Offaly at Parnell Park (throw-in 12.30pm).
Team news: Same again for DubsDublin manager Ger Cunningham has kept faith with the team that eased past Limerick for Sunday's NHL semi-final against his native Cork at Nowlan Park.
AIG to sponsor Dublin LGFA Féile 2015AIG in Ireland will sponsor the 2015 Dublin Ladies Gaelic Football Féile competition.
Team news: Brogan back for DubsAlan Brogan will make his first appearance of the year for Dublin in Sunday's SF challenge against Galway in Skerries.
Schutte is a Cat at heartMark Schutte has attributed his hurling skills to his Kilkenny family connections.
Connolly breaks his silence!A week on from Ciaran McDonald's captivating first ever TV interview, Diarmuid Connolly has also broken his silence by giving his first interview to the press yesterday.
Team news: Tipp U21s unchangedLike their counterparts Dublin, Tipperary are unchanged for tomorrow's All-Ireland U21FC semi-final at O'Connor Park, Tullamore (throw-in 4pm).
Team news: Rebels welcome back trioStephen McDonnell, Mark Ellis and Alan Cadogan return to the Cork team for Sunday's NHL semi-final against Dublin at Nowlan Park.
Minister announces €900,000 investment for Inter-County Players supportMinister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring today announced a €900,000 investment to support GAA inter-county players.
GAA unveil hurling and championship refs for 2015The GAA has confirmed its panels of referees for the 2015 football and hurling championships.
Team news: Dubs stick with winning formulaDessie Farrell has kept faith with the same starting 15 that began the Leinster U-21 final for Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final against Tipperary.
Statement: 'Dave was a Gaelic games evangelist'Dublin GAA CEO John Costello has shone a light on Dave Billings' remarkable contribution to Gaelic Games in the capital and further afield.
Twitter: Tributes for 'a great Dublin & UCD GAA man'Tributes have been pouring in on Twitter from Dublin GAA stalwart Dave Billings who has died suddenly at the age of 63 ...
Untimely passing of Dave BillingsThe sudden passing of Dave Billings of St Vincent's, UCD and Dublin fame has been met with shock and sadness.
CA Convention called off as a mark of respect to Dave BillingsThe Comhairle Ardoideachais Annual Convention scheduled for this Saturday has been postponed as a mark of respect to the late Dave Billings.
Keaney exonerated of wrongdoingDublin's hurlers have received a boost ahead of Sunday's Division 1 semi-final against Cork with the news that Conal Keaney will be free to play.
O'Sullivan: Dubs focussed on championshipCian O'Sullivan says Dublin aren't losing any sleep over the upcoming national football league final against Cork.
Dublin weren't at their best - McManusConor McManus says Monaghan can't be getting carried away after their league semi-final performance against Dublin.
HS football team of the weekDublin and Cork will vie for the title of Division 1 champions for 2015. Here's who stood out for us in yesterday's two semi-final encounters ...
Brogan to make comeback against GalwayAlan Brogan is expected to make his first appearance of the season for Dublin in next Sunday's SF challenge against Galway.
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesCounty results from the week ending 12th April, - NFL Dublin 5-14 Cork 2-07, Minor LFC Dublin 0-10 Offaly 0-07
GAA tweets: 'Top class from McManus'Monaghan ace Conor McManus put on an exhibition of point taking in Croke Park yesterday ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Am I surprised? We've gone from game to game and genuinely that's the way we approached it. It's not our long-term ambition this year."
FL1 semi-final: Dubs edge out improved FarneymenHolders Dublin are through to the Division One final after a thrilling 0-17 to 0-16 victory over Monaghan at Croke Park.
"Somehow we got the result"Jim Gavin described aspects of Dublin's performance in their narrow win over Monaghan as 'sloppy'.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThis afternoon at Croke Park, the field for the 2015 national football league crown was trimmed from four to two.