Corofin’s Liam Silke fends off  Diarmuid Connolly during his side’s win over St Vincent’s, ending their 28 month unbeaten run. (Photograph: INPHO/Donall Farmer)

Corofin: 1-14 St Vincent’s: 1-9So after going 28 months unbeaten - or 18 wins, and one draw - the end has come for St Vincent’s, as Galway champions C(...)

 Balintubber’s Declan Larkin (left) and Martin Farragher of Corofin in action at MacHale Park. Photograph: James Crombie / Inpho

Connacht SFC FinalCorofin 2-13 Ballintubber 1-07They may have taken a leisurely and, at times, frustrating route back to the top but Corofin won their(...)

Castlebar’s Richie Feeney feels the  pressure in the  Connacht  Senior Club football Championship semi-final at Tuam Stadium. Phtograph:James Crombie/Inpho.

CASTLEBAR MITCHELS 2-8 COROFIN 1-10: Mitchels are on the march. Locked in Mayo for 20 years, the Castlebar side staged a brilliant coup in Tuam Stadiu(...)

Sean Armstrong of Salthill Knocknacarra and Kieran Comer of Corofin. Photograph: Mike Shaughnessy/Inpho

Corofin 2-13 Salthill Knocknacarra 0-7Corofin are edging ever closer to the sepia-tinted history of Dunmore McHales after joining them on the roll of (...)

Emlyn Mulligan: going for a scan on his injured calf today.

Connacht secretary John Prenty has defended the decision to stage the provincial semi-final replay between Leitrim and London in Hyde Park rather than(...)