Fiercely competitive province always produces compelling drama the locals savour
For as long as there has been football, there has been enmity between counties
Expect John Evans’s side to leap Ruislip hurdle with ease
Malachy O’Rourke’s side need to get over high expectations to finally live up to favourite’s tag
Improvements in results for the English capital have served to give players an added dimension of identity
I always thought that guys who were mouthing at me were wasting their energy
Front-running Donegal . . .Westmeath bolters . . . Midlands fear factor . . . Galway too loose
Tyrone veteran says incidences and level of abuse reaching a new high in game
Alan Brogan heading into last championship campaign with Dublin footballers
Callum McCormack, Shane Dempsey and Ray Connellan on the mark in Drogheda
Tomás Ó Flaharta’s side set up meeting with Kildare in Tullamore
Tribesmen win by double scores in Carrick-on-Shannon, but can they halt Mayo’s march?
Michael Murphy treatment shows hatred and rivalry is as strong as ever
Pat Flanagan left frustrated after Jack Sheedy’s side overturn seven-point deficit
Brave Monaghan effort isn’t enough against reigning league champions
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