Fermanagh defender Ryan McCluskey will play no more part in this summer's championship.
The GAA has announced some of the details for the Round 2A and 2B SFC Qualifier games.
Pete McGrath is confident that Fermanagh are good enough to beat Mayo.
Nine counties are represented on our football team of the week...
Andy Moran could be restored to the Mayo team for their upcoming All-Ireland SFC Round 2B qualifier against Fermanagh after bagging 3-7 in a club game yesterday.
Are you a genius or a bluffer when it comes to what happened at the weekend?
The Dubs were back in the familiar surroundings of Croker yesterday...
"You need to be satisfied [with the result] from a Dublin man's perspective. A 10 point win over Meath any day is a good day in the office."
Thursday evening last Cumann Peil Connacht na mBan (CLGFC) in association with TG4 launched the Connacht Ladies Gaelic Football Senio and Intermediate Championships in the Province at the Connacht GAA Centre.
Following their shock Connacht SFC exit, Mayo will take on Fermanagh in the round 2B of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers.
A model of consistency would be the only way to describe this column so far in the championship season, with last week being a prime example where the three bets tipped in this column all came in as winners.
We're into the height of the GAA season as the games keep coming thick and fast.
The Round 2B All-Ireland football qualifier draw will take place next Monday morning on RTE Radio after the 8.30am news.
Mayo manager Stephen Rochford has thrown down the gauntlet to his players by urging them to stand up and be counted in the qualifiers.
The Jim Hogan Couriers Connacht U21 Hurling Tournament semi-final takes place this Monday (June 27th) evening at 7:45 pm in Elvery's MacHale Park
Mayo's bid to bounce back from last Saturday's surprise defeat to Galway has suffered a set-back with the news that full-back Ger Cafferkey is to be sidelined for the summer.
Galway captain Gary O'Donnell believes that the secret to their success over Mayo was simple, stick to their game plan.
Roscommon joint manager Kevin McStay says he fully expects to see the best Mayo team he has seen to recover from their Connacht semi-final defeat to Galway and reach the latter stages of the championship.
Jim McGuinness was surprised by the manner in which Mayo surrendered to Galway in Castlebar on Saturday.
Aidan O'Shea says Mayo will have to raise their game to avoid having a short summer.
Galway full-forward Damien Comer said they knew in the weeks running up to the Connacht semi-final that they were going to dethrone Mayo.
With six games down for decision over the weekend, we were spoilt for choice when it came to selecting our football team of the week...