Overseas GAA

Team news: Breffni men unchangedCavan have named an unchanged starting fifteen for Sunday's Ulster SFC semi-final replay at St Tiernach's Park, Clones.
Team news: Morgan returns for Red HandsNiall Morgan will make his return for Tyrone in Sunday's Ulster SFC semi-final replay encounter with Cavan at St Tiernach's Park, Clones.
Munster MHC semi-final: Premier comeback floors RebelsTipperary reeled off the last five points of a scintillating duel to complete a remarkable comeback and defeat Cork by 0-23 to 1-15 at Pairc Ui Rinn.
Collins ruled out of Connacht finalRoscommon's hopes of reclaiming the Nestor Cup on Sunday week have suffered a huge blow with the news that Neil Collins will miss out through injury.
Video: Tipp hurler tries out gaelic football for the first timeTipperary comedy duo 'The 2 Johnnies' are in fine form ahead of their county's first Munster SFC final appearance in 14 years.
Team news: Tipp minors make two changesJake Morris and Colin English have won starting places in the Tipperary team for tonight's Munster MHC semi-final against Cork at Pairc Ui Rinn.
Double-barrelled delightsWe've noticed a proliferation of fantastic double-barrelled surnames in the GAA recently.
Kelly demands answersColin Kelly wants to know how it got to the stage where Louth were asked to play Derry six days after losing to Meath.
Red Hands need to address goals concession - DonnellyRichard Donnelly says Tyrone need to look at how they conceded three goals in their drawn Ulster semi-final against Cavan.
Orchard must take their chances, accepts McGeeneyArmagh have been handed a lifeline and manager Kieran McGeeney is calling on his players to take their chances.
Sheehan: Brolly's got a pointBryan Sheehan agrees with Joe Brolly's contention that the enjoyment is being eroded out of gaelic football.
McManus: "we are a team in every sense of the word"Conor McManus says assertions that Monaghan are a one-man team are disrespectful to his team-mates.
Kearns - win or lose, we have to come back next yearRegardless of how Sunday goes, Liam Kearns says it's imperative that Tipperary are back in the 2017 Munster SFC final.
Cooney cleared to face Cats but Egan ban standsConor Cooney is free to take his place in Galway's starting XV for Sunday's Leinster SHC final against Kilkenny.
Video: 'This is better than Rod Stewart'See a report from the 2016 National Hurl with Me Day at the GAA National Games Development Centre at Abbotstown in Dublin.
Video: 'Many people wrote us off' - Monaghan bossThe build-up to Sunday's TG4 Ulster Senior Ladies Football Final continues with Monaghan manager Paula Cunningham.
Murphy: "you have to take these things on the chin"Paul Murphy says Kilkenny had to put their heavy league semi-final loss to Clare behind them and push on.
Massive week for young Dub BarrettYoung Dublin hurler Shane Barrett is looking forward to playing massive intercounty matches on Saturday and Wednesday.
Replays in President's crosshairsGAA President Aogán O Fearghail has repeated his call for the abolition of championship replays.
Carey in football boost for KilkennyKilkenny hurling legend DJ Carey has taken up a key role with the county's underage footballers.
Connacht MFC: Mayo ease past LeitrimRyan O'Donoghue bagged a hat-trick of goals as Mayo came away from Carrick-on-Shannon with a 4-11 to 1-8 victory over Leitrim.
Munster JFC final: three-in-a-row for KingdomKerry are Munster junior football champions for the 43rd time, having beaten Cork by 0-14 to 0-13 in the final at Austin Stack Park.
Munster MHC: terrific Treaty down Na DeiseSpirited Limerick advanced to a fourth successive Munster MHC final when defeating Waterford by 0-19 to 0-17 at Walsh Park.
Connacht MFC: Tribe rattle RossiesIt was double scores at Kiltoom tonight as Galway advanced to the Connacht minor football final, defeating Roscommon by 3-11 to 1-7.
Team news: Three brothers in Leitrim minor fifteenThree brothers will line out for Leitrim in tonight's Connacht MFC semi-final encounter with Mayo at Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada, Carrick-on-Shannon.