DJ: six teams in running for Liam
DJ Carey says there are six counties in contention for the Liam MacCarthy Cup following Cork's sensational victory over Tipperary.
Royals' "season on the line"
Meath manager Andy McEntee has made no attempt to downplay the importance of his side's Leinster SFC quarter-final against Louth on Sunday week.
"For as long as Laois want me I'll always stay playing"
Ross Munnelly will extend his intercounty career for as long as he's wanted by Laois.
Louth "definitely capable" of defeating Meath
Eoin O'Connor is confident that Louth are good enough to eliminate arch rivals Meath from the Leinster SFC on June 4th.
Mallon drops out
Goalkeeper Thomas Mallon has dropped off the Derry senior football panel.
"Even now, there is still a bit of me on edge because I don't trust them"
Matthew Fitzpatrick says his head was "completely fried" by his treatment at the hands of the CCCC and CHC.
McMahon hit with one-match ban
Philly McMahon will miss Dublin's championship opener after being handed a one-match suspension.
Carlow's Murphy relishing crack at Dubs
Carlow midfielder Brendan Murphy says he is excited about facing the 'greatest team he has ever seen' after their win over Wexford qualified them for the Leinster quarter-final with All-Ireland champions Dublin in a fortnight.
'Westmeath should not, and should never be, at our level'
Westmeath won't need much motivation for Saturday evening's Leinster SHC quarter-final against neighbours Offaly after reading this article!
HS football team of the week
The Sam Maguire Cup race began in earnest over the weekend, here's our team of the week...
HS hurling team of the week
Following their heroics against Tipperary yesterday, six Cork players are included in our hurling team of the week...
Top 21 players from U21FC chosen as Dublin's Aaron Byrne named POTY
EirGrid, proud sponsors of the U21 All-Ireland Football Championship, today revealed details of the top 21 players of this year's competition.
Breheny: goals were the difference
Mark Breheny believes a nine-point defeat to Mayo didn't do Sligo any justice.
Clean bill of health for the Royals ahead of derby date with Louth
With the exception of long term absentees Alan Forde (cruciate) and Sean Curran (Achilles), Meath manager Andy McEntee is reporting a clean bill of health ahead of their Leinster SFC quarter-final local derby with Louth on Sunday week.
Watch: Ruislip looks resplendent ahead of reopening
The countdown is on to the reopening of the Irish TV Grounds in Ruislip next Sunday.
Fitzsimons admits Saffrons were outclassed
Joint-manager Frank Fitzsimons admitted Antrim were no match for Donegal in Ballybofey yesterday.
Cork were 'farting around' for years, says Lehane
Scoring hero Conor Lehane admitted after yesterday's sensational win over Tipperary that Cork had been "going through the motions" in recent years.
Pic: Sean O'Brien swings a hurl at Lions training
It was a great weekend for Carlow GAA with the hurlers reaching the Christy Ring Cup final and the footballers pulling off a surprise win over Wexford in the first round of the Leinster championship.
'Banty' rues dismissals
Seamus McEnaney stopped short of criticising referee Fergal Kelly after Wexford's surprise defeat to Carlow.
Magee takes positives from defeat
Jonathan McGee is convinced that elusive championship victory isn't far away for Wicklow after they pushed Louth all the way at Parnell Park yesterday.
Favourites' tag didn't sit easily, says Kelly
Colin Kelly admitted his Louth team struggled to deal with the favourites' tag against Wicklow.
Creedon glad to put league behind him
Laois boss Peter Creedon was pleased to put a disappointing Allianz League campaign behind him with a resounding Leinster SFC first round victory over Longford.
Fennelly give a motivational talk to Ireland's World Transplant Games athletes
Showcasing the importance of organ donation, 29 athletes will represent Ireland at the World Transplant Games in Malaga this summer (25th June - 2nd July).
Cats welcome back trio
The Fennelly brothers, Michael and Colin, along with Ger Aylward, resumed training with Kilkenny yesterday after long injury layoffs.
Connerton looks to qualifiers
Denis Connerton was already looking to the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers after his Longford team were hit for four by Laois yesterday.