Mayo’s Aidan O’Shea and Chris Barrett celebrate after the victory over Mayo in Castlebar. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Mayo 1-14 Donegal 1-10 Guess who’s coming to dinner? Prepare for a week in which the garlands will be flung in Mayo’s direction, lauding their cou(...)

Tyrone’s Peter Harte: he  is very much on a black-card tightrope. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Tyrone’s Peter Harte is the only player in the football championship who could miss an All-Ireland semi-final in the second week of August due to a bl(...)

Donegal’s Michael Murphy kicks a late free to equalise the game. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Donegal 1-20 Kerry 1-20 A year after Kerry had produced a cracking draw against Ulster opposition in Clones, they repeated the trick in Croke Park on(...)

Donegal’s Jamie Brennan celebrates scoring a goal during the Ulster SFC semi-final against  Tyrone at Kingspan Breffni Park. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Donegal 1-16 Tyrone 0-15 The pendulum swings again. Declan Bonner’s young team took a huge stride forward with a strong and sometimes brilliant Satur(...)

Dublin’s Niall Scully scores his second goal past goalkeeper Donegal goalkeeper Shaun Patton during the All-Ireland SFC quarter-final Super 8 game at Croke Park. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Dublin 2-15 Donegal 0-16 The house DJ played Bowie’s Let’s Dance when Dublin took the field just seconds before the second-half throw-in. But there a(...)

Wicklow are frustrated that they can’t play their home quarter-final against Dublin in Aughrim. Photograph: Inpho

New faces, same old outcome Maybe it was Parnell Park asserting its value to Dublin but the close-run thing against Kilkenny came a bit out of the bl(...)

 Cathal McShane scored two points as Tyrone beat Donegal to claim a place in the Ulster under-21 football decider. photograph:  Lorcan Doherty/Inpho/Presseye

Tyrone 1-15 Donegal 2-8 Tyrone capitalised on Donegal indiscipline to reach the Ulster Under-21 final in a game of two halves at Celtic Park in Derry(...)

Donegal captain Michael Carroll leads the team for their photograph ahead of their Ulster Minor Football Championship quarter-final against Armagh at Athletic Grounds. Photograph: Lorcan Doherty/Inpho.

Ulster Minor Football Championship quarter-final Donegal 2-14 Armagh 0-7 Donegal remained firmly on course to retain their Ulster Minor foo(...)