Browne: don't waste time on players who are not interested

Former Tipperary All-Star Declan Browne is adamant that no time should be wasted on trying to cajole players to commit to the county's football cause.

O'Keeffe would not be surprised by a Kerry win

Kerry legend John O'Keeffe is optimistic when it comes to their chances of springing a surprise against Dublin on Sunday.

Dublin v Kerry sold out

The sold out signs have gone up around Croke Park ahead of this Sunday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final between Dublin and Kerry.

Top referee questions All-Ireland final appointment process

There is a growing sense of frustration amongst Munster hurling referees over a lack of All-Ireland final opportunities, according to Limerick whistler Pat O'Connor.

A day in the life: Ronan Kennedy

Leitrim GAA star Ronan Kennedy discusses his daily routine with John O'Brien.

One year extension on the cards for Harte

Mickey Harte looks set to extend his tenure as Tyrone senior football manager into 2018.

Video: "It's going to be very difficult... to walk away from the group"

Check out the latest video of the #DublinOurTeam video series, featuring Dublin stalwart Denis Bastick.

Cody laments Fennelly loss

Brian Cody has admitted that Michael Fennelly's season ending injury is a set-back that Kilkenny could have done without ahead of their Liam MacCarthy final clash with Tipperary.

Burns: black card doing its job

The black card has a positive impact on gaelic football, according to Jarlath Burns who is the chairman of the GAA's Standing Committee on Playing Rules.

O'Dwyer backs Cunningham

Ryan O'Dwyer has jumped to Ger Cunningham's defence as the the former Cork custodian looks set to be handed a third year at the helm of the Dublin hurlers.

Kerry are hungrier, says Sheehan

If Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final boils down to hunger, Bryan Sheehan believes Kerry will prevail.

"There's literally a bounce of the ball between us"

Dublin have held the upper hand on their arch rivals Kerry in recent times but Jim Gavin doesn't subscribe to the theory that his team are clear favourites.

Clubs games called off in Mayo

Mayo's fixture-makers have bowed to pressure to postpone club games that were scheduled for this weekend.

Clubs unite for ill player

Rivalries in Kildare were put to one side this week as clubs gathered for a specially arranged Mass for Two Mile House footballer Adam Burke.

Dunne backed by five clubs

Outgoing Wexford manager Liam Dunne has been backed by just five clubs in the county to retain his position for a sixth year.