What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"To come down here and beat fellas that have All-Ireland medals in their back pockets, that is very good for morale."
FL1: Hurley wins it at the death as Rebels advanceBrian Hurley fisted to the net in the last minute to give Cork a 2-7 to 0-12 victory over Mayo at Pairc Ui Rinn and a place in the semi-finals.
Moran on Mayo subs benchFormer captain Andy Moran is in line to make his first appearance of 2015 for Mayo against Cork today.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerWelcome to what was latest addition of our match tracker as we brought you live text commentary from the penultimate stage of the National football league and the remaining three NHL quarterfinals.
"If a group need to sign they are not in a good place to succeed"Asking players to sign on the dotted line of disciplinary codes of conduct is not the norm amongst inter-county gaelic football and hurling squads.
Team news: Sweeping changes to Mayo 15Mayo have made a number of changes for Sunday's NFL tie against Cork at Pairc Ui Rinn.
Team news: High flying Rebels host MayoBrian Cuthbert has named the Cork team to face Mayo in the NFL at Pairc Ui Rinn on Sunday, and the side shows four changes from the one that came out on top against Tyrone two weeks ago.
O'Connor black card "a big blow"Mayo U21 manager Niall Heffernan admits the loss of Diarmuid O'Connor to a black card against Galway was "a big blow".
Mayo duo ruled outSeamus O'Shea and Tom Cunniffe will miss Mayo's Division One trip to Pairc Ui Rinn this weekend.
Parkinson criticises GPA's silence on Clare sagaThe GPA has failed Clare's Davy O'Halloran according to former Laois footballer Colm Parkinson.
Burns seeks solutions to football's illsJarlath Burns has promised a robust approach from the standing committee on playing rules as they try to fix gaelic football.
Introduction of new playing rules deferredAt the recent GAA Congress, a number of changes were made to the playing rules of football and hurling, including the introduction of the 'one-on-one penalty' and advantage rule in hurling.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's going to be a serious game - there's a lot at stake."
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was judgement day in the national hurling league as the final round of matches took place in the various divisions.
HL2B: neighbours to meet in finalKildare and Meath will renew their rivalry in the Division 2B final.
Connacht U21 FC: Comer leads by exampleCaptain Damien Comer was the star of the show as Galway got the better of Mayo in today's semi-final at Elverys McHale Park.
Team news: Tribe U21s take on MayoThe Galway line-out for today's Connacht U21 FC semi-final against Mayo has been unveiled.
Team news: Loftus earns his place in Mayo U21 sideMayo have made just one change to their starting line-up for tomorrow's Connacht U21FC semi-final versus Galway at MacHale Park, Castlebar.
Mayo U21s braced for "huge challenge"Mayo boss Niall Heffernan is under no illusions about the task facing his side against Galway in tomorrow's Connacht U21FC semi-final at Elvery's MacHale Park.
O'Connor to miss Cork clashA knee problem is set to rule Cillian O'Connor out of Mayo's penultimate Allianz Football League Division 1 game away to Cork on Sunday week.
Dublin Airport unveils signed Jersey collectionDublin Airport Authority (DAA) last week unveiled a unique exhibition of 34 signed inter-county GAA jerseys in Terminal 2 of Dublin Airport.
Stricken Leitrim player received "first class treatment"Leitrim County Board has no issue with how U21 full back Gary Butler was treated in Castlebar last week.
Oisín McConville to launch Mayo GAA Health and Wellbeing InitiativeFormer Armagh and Crossmaglen star, Oisín McConville, will headline a seminar on Player Welfare, Health and Wellbeing later this month in an event to formally launch Mayo GAA's new Health and Wellbeing Initiative.
Cycle for Life 2015 launchedThe launch of Cycle For Life 2015 took place in DCU on Monday.
HS football team of the weekIt's still all to play for across the four divisions in the football leagues, here's our team of the week ...
International Rules series confirmed for Croker in NovemberThe GAA and their AFL counterparts have confirmed that Ireland will host Australia in a one-test 2015 International Rules Series at Croke Park in Dublin on Saturday, November 21.
GAA tweets: Eddie Brennan has heard it all now'Players signing codes of conduct well that bates banagher!!!'
Holmes puzzled by collapseJoint-manager Pat Holmes was at a loss to explain Mayo's dismal performance against Dublin.
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"I'm saying this every week ... "
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker'Twas like September all over again as we had repeats of both of last year's All-Ireland finals taking place this afternoon!
A good week for Gavin and the DubsThe journey home from Castlebar last night was a pleasant one for Dublin manager Jim Gavin and his players.
FL1: Dubs demolish MayoDublin powered to an impressive 2-18 to 0-10 victory over Mayo at MacHale Park tonight.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerThere were two crucial matches in the national football league tonight as well as a key national hurling league encounter.
HL2B: Kildare maintain 100 per cent recordA Bernard Deay goal after just 10 seconds set Kildare up for another win in Division 2B of the Allianz Hurling League at the expense of Mayo.
Team news: Dubs ready for MayoThe Dublin team to face Mayo in Saturday's Division 1 clash has been announced.