Team news: Dubs show no changes

Dublin manager Jim Gavin has resisted the temptation to make some changes to his starting fifteen to face Meath in the Leinster SFC semi-final at Croke Park on Sunday (throw-in 6.35pm).

Team news: Farney men unchanged

Unsurpisingly, Monaghan have named an unchanged starting fifteen for Saturday evening's Ulster SFC semi-final against Donegal at Breffni Park.

Team news: Gillespie to deputise for clubmate McGee

Ciaran Gillespie will deputise for his fellow Gaoth Dobhair clubmate Neil McGee when Donegal meet Monaghan in the Ulster SFC semi-final at Breffni Park on Saturday evening.

Team news: Lyng ruled out for Model men

Ciaran Lyng has been ruled out of Wexford's All-Ireland SFC Qualifier Round 1B encounter with Fermanagh tomorrow.

Thank GAA It's Friday is back

Thank GAA It's Friday returns to your screens for another summer packed with GAA goodness.

Round 2B football qualifier draw on Monday morning

The Round 2B All-Ireland football qualifier draw will take place next Monday morning on RTE Radio after the 8.30am news.

Pundits don't do Kerry any favours, says Fitzmaurice

The large band of ex-Kerry footballers working as pundits in the national media is unhelpful to the Kingdom, Eamonn Fitzmaurice maintains.

Team news: O'Hare fit to start

Donal O'Hare is fit to start for Down in their All-Ireland SFC Qualifier Round 1B clash against Longford at Pairc Esler tomorrow.

"There's nobody to touch Dublin at the moment"

Legendary Dublin goalkeeper Paddy Cullen can only see one winner of Sunday's Leinster SFC semi-final between Dublin and Meath.

Team news: Royals go with same fifteen for replay

Meath manager Martin Ennis has gone with the same starting fifteen ahead of tomorrow's Christy Ring Cup final replay.

Kelly wants to push on

Offaly manager Eamonn Kelly feels that his charges still have a lot to offer in this year's All-Ireland SHC.

Kernan urges Armagh to seize second chance

Aaron Kernan sees Armagh's refixture against Laois as an opportunity for Kieran McGeeney's men to prove that they are better than they showed last Saturday.

McGee to hit 150 mark

Saturday's Ulster SFC clash between Donegal and Monaghan will be a milestone for Eamon McGee.

Antrim prefer home comforts to Croker

Antrim were never going to give up home advantage for tomorrow's All-Ireland SFC qualifier against Limerick, even when the carrot of playing in Croke Park was dangled in front of them.

'No point feeling sorry for ourselves'

Mayo manager Stephen Rochford has thrown down the gauntlet to his players by urging them to stand up and be counted in the qualifiers.