Live: Sunday Match Tracker

Following the start of the National Football League last night, they remaining teams are in action this afternoon.

Gallagher points to midfield dominance

Rory Gallagher cited the dominance enjoyed by the Donegal midfield in the second half as key to their Allianz Football League opening round win over Derry.

Ladies football mourns Clare Clarke

Ladies football is mourning the sad passing of Clare Clarke, a long-time staff member of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association and the woman behind the Climb4Clare initiative.

First Sunday of Allianz Football League action

The 2015 Allianz Football League got underway with four games last night and the action continues today when a dozen more games will take place across the four divisions.

Williams to face his former team-mates

Longford defender Enda Williams says it will be an "emotional enough sort of occasion" for him when lines out against his former Leitrim team-mates today.

Waterford Crystal Cup final: Treaty bridge nine-year gap

Limerick were crowned Waterford Crystal Cup champions for the first time since 2006 when two goals from Adrian Breen helped them to a comfortable victory over Cork in Mallow last night.

FL1: Monaghan put Tyrone's lights out

Monaghan produced a power surge at snowy Healy Park to inflict a stinging 1-13 to 0-9 defeat on neighbours Tyrone.

FL1: Donegal dismiss Derry after the break

Donegal stepped on the gas in the second half to record a 1-15 to 0-12 victory over Derry at Ballybofey.

As it happened: Saturday Match Tracker

The 2015 national football league commenced tonight, with four matches down for decision, including two mouth-watering Division One derbies.

FL3: a nice 'Wee' win for Fermanagh

Fermanagh were far too strong for Louth at Enniskillen tonight, 0-16 to 0-7.

FL4: Na Deise continue winning ways

Fresh from winning the McGrath Cup, Waterford opened their league account with a superb 0-14 to 0-10 defeat of Wicklow at Fraher Field tonight.

Team news: all change for Dublin hurlers

The Dublin hurling team to face Laois in tomorrow's Walsh Cup semi-final shows eight changes from that which easily accounted for Antrim last week.

Harty Cup: Rochestown dethrone Ardscoil

Goals were key as St. Francis' College, Rochestown ended Ardscoil Ris' reign as Harty Cup champions in today's semi-final at chilly Charleville.

Harty Cup: Thurles hang on

Thurles CBS are through to their first Harty Cup final since 2011 after holding on for victory against 14-man Castletroy Community College at a wintery Toomevara today.

Hastings Cup: Back-to-back titles for Rossies

Roscommon comfortably defeated Galway by 2-21 to 1-11 this afternoon to claim a second successive U21F Hastings Cup title.