Mayo SHC champions face 24-hour turnaround

There's set to be more fixture chaos out west this Bank Holiday weekend with Monday's Connacht intermediate hurling semi-finalists facing a hectic schedule, to say the least.

McCarthy calls on Carbery charges to keep composure

Carbery Rangers manager Ronan McCarthy has called on his players to keep their composure ahead of Sunday's Munster club SFC quarter-final against Monaleen of Limerick.

Treacy: you only have the momentum a few years

Cuala forward David Treacy says it's vital that they maintain their winning trend in Dublin while they have such talent at their disposal.

Sarsfields 'a phenomenal club team' - Walsh

Ballygunner boss Denis Walsh says the prospect of facing Thurles Sarsfields wasn't even in the back of his players' minds ahead of last Sunday's Waterford SHC final.

Cargin boss confident players can step up

Cargin manager John Brennan says it'll likely take a 20-man effort from his side to upset Tyrone's Killyclogher on Sunday.

Experience to help Derrygonnelly

Derrygonnelly forward Leigh Jones is confident that they will be better prepared for the Ulster club SFC opener this time around.

Rhode taking it 'one game at a time', says Kellaghan

Rhode manager Paschal Kellaghan says they are not looking beyond Sunday's Leinster club SFC quarter-final clash against Wexford's Gusserane.

Forde: the shackles are off

St Rynagh's manager Francis Forde has stressed that they are under no pressure entering the Leinster club SHC.

McFadden ready for Ulster tilt

The Ulster club SFC doesn't bring about any fears for Glenswilly captain Gary McFadden.

McEnroe relishing Maghery challenge

Ramor United defender James McEnroe admits he doesn't know what to expect this Sunday when the newly crowned Cavan champions travel to take on Armagh counterparts Maghery.

Moloney welcomes Crokes challenge

Kilmurry/Ibrickane stalwart Aidan Moloney is ready to renew acquaintances with Kerry kingpins Dr Crokes on Sunday.

Wexford and Davy 'a match made in heaven' - McGrath

Waterford boss Derek McGrath believes Davy Fitzgerald and the Wexford senior hurlers will be "a perfect match".

'I'd trade everything else in for a county medal'

Ex-Mayo forward Aidan Kilcoyne hopes he can help his native Knockmore to their first county senior football championship title since 1997 tomorrow evening.

Kirby had only one goal

Patrickswell manager Gary Kirby has revealed that he didn't even know who the Limerick champions would be playing in Munster before the county final.

Donoghue wields the axe in Galway as experienced five are dropped

Galway hurling manager Micheal Donoghue is turning to youth in a bid to end the county's All-Ireland famine with five long-serving not included in a 40-man squad for winter training.