Slaughtneil’s Christopher McKaigue dives to try and block Corofin’s Michael Lundy during yesterday’s All-Ireland club football final at Croke Park. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Corofin 1-14 Slaughtneil 0-7 Pure skill will always be the winner in an honest game of football. Corofin had that in such depth and beauty here that (...)

Gary Sice: one of several Corofin players with county experience. Photograph: Gerry McManus/Inpho.

Corofin have been making waves since streaking away with a Galway championship they dominated to an almost worrying degree. The hype has proved presc(...)

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(...)