Danny Kirby of Castlebar Mitchels celebrates scoring a goal. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Corofin 4-14 St Mary’s 2-6 Defending champions Corofin fired a warning shot to the other title contenders in this year’s All-Ireland club championship(...)

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 (...)

Slaughtneil’s  Christopher McKaigue dives to try and block Michéal Lundy of Corofin during the  AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Football Final. Photograph:  Donal Farmer/Inpho

Corofin 1-14 Slaughtneil 0-7Too easy, in every way. Corofin exuded class in cruising to victory over Slaughtneil to claim a second AIB All-Ireland clu(...)

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(...)

Corofin’s Ronan Steede was in fine form for GMIT. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

GMIT 0-14 DIT 1-9GMIT manager Sean O’Dea thinks his side face a tough assignment against either UCD or Athlone IT in the Sigerson Cup second round aft(...)

Gary Sice: orchestrated affairs from wing forward for Galway champions. Photograph: INPHO/Donall Farmer

Corofin 7-20 Aughawillan 0-6 There was nothing between these sides in the opening quarter but once Corofin got in front they went on a scoring (...)

Sligo 1-8GMIT 0-8Eoin McHugh’s goal on the stroke of half-time proved crucial as Sligo recorded their first win under new manager Pat Flanagan in this(...)

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 (...)