Cusack: Galway will test new-look Kilkenny
RTÉ analyst Donal Óg Cusack believes Galway will give a revamped Kilkenny their biggest test so far when the sides meet at Croke Park in the Leinster Hurling Championship final.John Evans 'proud' of victorious Rossies' response
Roscommon manager John Evans was full of pride over his side's victory over Cavan in their All-Ireland football qualifier as the Rossies put aside the disappointment of their surprise Connacht semi-final defeat to Sligo a fortnight ago.At a glance: Championship weekend
Your guide to the weekend's championship action, including the Munster football final and the Leinster hurling decider.JBM pleased to have got over Wexford 'banana skin'
Cork confidence was sure to have taken a bit of a hammering following their Munster hurling semi-final loss to Waterford, but for manager Jimmy Barry-Murphy surviving the "banana skin" that was Wexford was most pleasing.Column: Making a case for the Cork footballers
Kevin McStay expects Cork to be more up for the fight than was the case in last year's Munster final, but asks if it will be enough to topple Kerry?Dublin cruise past Laois in qualifiers
A 32nd-minute Conal Keaney goal provided the platform for victory as Dublin registered a 4-17 to 0-19 win over Laois in the first round of the All-Ireland SHC qualifiers at O'Moore Park.Galway ladies overcome Offaly
Niamh McGrath came off the bench to edge Galway over the line but the league champions were given the fright of their lives by Offaly before snatching a 1-11 to 1-8 victory in the Liberty Insurance Camogie Championship at St Brendan's Park, Birr.First-half dominance key as Cork see off Wexford
Cork had a 2-22 to 0-20 victory Wexford to continue on in the hurling qualifiers despite some uncomfortable moments in the second half.Ryan says Kildare lucky to emerge from 'dogfight'
Kildare overcame a six-day turnaround to beat Offaly in the qualifiers but manager Jason Ryan admitted they were lucky to come out of a "dogfight" in Tullamore as winners.Clare record first championship win in 21 months
Clare powered to their first All-Ireland SHC victory in 21 months with a 20-point victory over Offaly in the first round of the qualifiers at Cusack Park.