Lee Keegan of Mayo is shown the red card by referee David Goldrick last Sunday. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Mayo manager James Horan has kept faith with the team that started the drawn game against Kerry for tomorrow’s replay at the Gaelic Grounds in Limeric(...)

 Kerry’s James O’Donoghue and Noel Galvin of Cork during the Munster final at Páirc Uí Caoimh. Photograph: James Crosbie/Inpho.

Although very evil people throughout history have hardly received as intense a roasting in the afterlife as Cork had to put up with, one thing preyed(...)

Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice has made two changes to his side. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Dublin have made three changes for Sunday’s Division One match in Mullingar. Darragh Nelson comes in at corner back in place of Seán George, who wa(...)

Dublin’s Jack McCaffrey scores the winning point against Kerry at Croke Park. Photo: Dan Sheridan’/Inpho

Dublin 2-8 Kerry 1-10On a night when one of the biggest names in contemporary Gaelic games decided to step off the Field of Dreams, the next generati(...)

Paul Galvin has called time on his inter-county career with Kerry. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Dublin 2-8 Kerry 1-10: Dublin’s whip hand over Kerry continues, at least for now, but notable though the result was, the most newsworthy aspect of the(...)

Kerry 2-12 CIT 0-13 Kerry as expected advanced to face the old enemy Cork in next Sunday’s McGrath Cup final but it was workmanlike more than impressi(...)

Dublin manager Jim Gavin talks to some of his backroom staff at Croke Park during the All-Ireland football semi-final against Kerry. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

There was a distinctly funereal feel to Jim Gavin’s postmortem after Dublin’s seven-point All- Ireland semi-final win over Kerry, that was completely (...)

Dublin’s Bernard Brogan celebrates a score during the All-Ireland semi-final victory over Kerry at Croke Park. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Dublin 3-18 Kerry 3-11: Dublin are through to their second All Ireland final in three years after a hands-down epic that showed off everything the spo(...)

The margin, in the end, was a bit too close for comfort as far as Kerry were concerned and, conversely, left a sense of what might have been for Cork (...)

Kerry’s Colm Cooper celebrates scoring his goal against Cork. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Kerry 1-16 Cork 0-17: It wasn’t quite as convincing as it once threatened to be but Kerry have won back the Munster football title, beating old rivals(...)