Kerry’s Kieran Donaghy and Eamonn McGee of Donegal in action during the 2012 All-Ireland quarter-final. The pair will renew battle in the All-Ireland football final at Croke Park. Photograph: Inpho

(...), Donegal will quickly start to disrupt rather than compete if David Moran starts winning everything, which(...)

Paul Geaney gained great experience in the Sigerson Cup before starring for the Kerry senior football team. Photograph: Inpho.

On Sunday when Kerry take on Donegal in the All-Ireland minor final, the county will be marking 20 years since previously winning the Tom Markham Cup(...)

“It might surprise people that this is on a par with Mayo and Donegal two years ago, which was the highest demand I’d ever seen for an All-Ireland final.” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The GAA could have sold out Croke Park twice over for Sunday’s All-Ireland final between Donegal and Kerry. After the hurling final saw tickets return(...)

Kerry’s Kieran Donaghy scores a goal past Mayo goalkeeper Robert Hennelly and Ger Cafferkey in the All-Ireland semi-final replay last month. Photograph: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

The season is all but done. It will be three months before we’ll be writing reviews of the football year even though the only data missing right now i(...)

James McCartan: the 1994 Down All-Irealnd winning team was   much re arranged from the team which won Sam Maguire in 1991.  Photograph: Inpho

should Donegal win on Sunday, they would become the third team from Ulster in just over 20 years to win a second All-Ireland, an achievement unequalle(...)

Clare captain Tony Kelly lifts the trophy after last night’s win over Wexford. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

All week Clare had battled the dangers of overwhelming favouritism. Dublin’s fate in the football semi-final against Donegal was circulated as a vacci(...)

Clare’s Tony Kelly: he may well hit form for the climax of the championship today. Photograph: INPHO/James Crombie

On top of the riches enjoyed by Clare hurling at under-age and their apparently inexorable march towards a third successive All-Ireland at the grade(...)

Paddy Keenan: “Due to work commitments and the need to clear up some long-standing injuries, I feel I would be unable to devote the necessary time to the team and I believe now is the right time to call it a day.”

Paddy Keenan, Louth’s best known player of recent years, has announced his retirement from senior inter-county football due to work commitments and in(...)

Mark McHugh’s brother Ryan has come in to the Donegal side to great effect following Mark’s departure to the US. Photograph: Inpho.

With every rehabilitated step that Donegal have taken this summer, thoughts have turned to Mark McHugh. The Kilcar player, who won an All Star when(...)

Séamus Hickey (right) takes to the field for Limerick’s All-Ireland semi-final against Kilkenny at Croke Park. Photograph: Inpho.

(...). The football award was won by Kerry’s David Moran after two stand-out performances in Kerry(...)