Dublin’s Conor McHugh: man-of-the-match in last year’s under-21 football championship final. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

With new title sponsors EirGrid on board another All-Ireland under-21 football championship gets underway on Wednesday, beginning with three openin(...)

 Conor McHugh of DCU: his side will take on   UCD in the first of Friday’s Sigerson Cup semi-final. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

According to some experts Conor McHugh is entering the perfect storm – Sigerson Cup finals, promptly followed by the under-21 championship, with Allia(...)

 Eoghan O’Gara of Dublin surrounded by Donegal men at Croke Park. Photograph: Donall Farmer / Inpho

Dublin 2-10 Donegal 0-11 A terrific Jack McCaffrey goal seven minutes from time clinched a first win of the 2015 Allianz Football League for Du(...)

Mayo’s Cillian O’Connor - UUJ take on DCU on Wednesday at 2pm in Jordanstown. Photograph: Mike Shaughnessy/Inpho

Cillian O’Connor has been looking in at DCU and the Sigerson Cup for a long time now, walking distance apart yet on the field the Mayo footballer’s fo(...)

 Daniel Flynn  has left Port Adelaide and will join the Kildare panel once he is ready. Photograph:James Crombie/Inpho

Former Kildare footballer Daniel Flynn is the latest AFL recruit to bring their professional career to a premature conclusion, and an intercounty come(...)

Dublin’s Peadar Carton holds of Ger McManus (Dubs Stars) during the annual New Year challenge game at  Parnells GAA club yesterday.  Photo: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Dubs Stars 3-18 Dublin 2-13 Ger Cunningham has described one-on-one penalty taking as the way forward after witnessing a little piece of hurlin(...)

Dublin senior footballer James McCarthy believes Dublin missed Ger Brennan’s presence last season. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Dublin’s All Star defender James McCarthy is hopeful that team-mate Alan Brogan will stay on with the county panel for another year. Brogan has yet t(...)

Tadhg Kennelly during his time at Sydney Swans. Photograph: Mark Nolan/Getty Iimages

Tadhg Kennelly was back in Ireland at the weekend, seeking out young GAA talent capable of making it as a professional footballer in the AFL.The form(...)

Dublin’s Ciaran Kilkenny tackles Kildare’s during March’s league clash at Croke Park, a game in which Kilkenny sustained a cruciate ligament tear. Photograph: Inpho

After eight months of frustration, rehab, looking on and more rehab, Dublin footballer Ciarán Kilkenny will be ready to return to full training with t(...)

Ciarán Kilkenny with some of the pupils from the Changa Changa primary school in Mazabuka

The Dubs are flying high again in this year’s GAA football championship but one man missing out on what could well be another path of glory is Ciarán (...)