Dublin’s  Stephen Cluxton saves a shot from Keith Cribbin of Kildare during the Leinster semi-final at Croke Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dublin 0-26 Kildare 0-11 The beatings will continue until morale improves. Dublin, playing at walking pace, were rarely threatened and never worried(...)

Longford’s Michael Quinn scores his team’s third goal against Kildare. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Kildare 1-21 Longford 3-15 AET This was one of those draws where you’d struggle to make a cast-iron argument that either side deserved to win. It was(...)

2018 Division Two champions Roscommon:  Conor Devaney lifts the league trophy in Croke Park. Photograph: Inpho/Bryan Keane.

Armagh Armagh’s Jemar Hall Manager: Kieran McGeeney (5th season) Selectors: Jim McCorry, Paddy McKeever, Denis Hollywood Last good le(...)

Robbie Smyth scored 0-8 to help Longford to an O’Byrne Cup victory over Meath. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Robbie Smyth maintained his strong pre-season form for Longford with another match-winning display in the O’Byrne Cup. The experienced attacker struc(...)

Peadar Healy could struggle to keep Cork in Division Two. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Cork Status: Steadily dropping. Last year’s unlucky relegation was followed by a first defeat by Tipperary since the 1940s and a fourth year of wat(...)

Things getting heated between Kildare’s Cathal McNally and Nigel Dunne of Offaly. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Kildare 1-22 Offaly 2-14 In a game that bore little resemblance to the provincial fare they had been involved in, Kildare and Offaly produced a barns(...)

Wexford’s Ciaran Lyng will hope to help his side to a surprise victory over Kildare at Croke Park. Photo: Inpho

If there’s to be a shock at all in the football championship this weekend, this has the look of where we might have it. Kildare were impressive for (...)

Kildare manager Cian O’Neill: “We very clearly set out our objectives and we won’t deviate from that.” Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

New Kildare manager, Cian O’Neill insists that the sometimes overinflated expectations of the county’s passionate supporters will not have any bearing(...)

Meath’s Stephen Bray: is available to represent Leinster this weekend though he recently announced his intercounty retirement. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

It’s been lost and neglected and kicked around more times than a stray dog and still it refuses to go away. The question won’t go away either: does an(...)

Stephen Rochford: the Ballinrobe native won an All-Ireland club medal with Crossmolina in 2001 and managed Galway club Corofin to the same title last March. Photograph: Inpho

Mayo county committee on Monday night ratified Stephen Rochford as the county’s new football manager and handed him a three-year term subject to annu(...)

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