GAA team news: One change for Dublin
Dublin make one change in defence for Sunday's All-Ireland SHC quarter-final against Tipperary.Joyce: Galway v Tipp is '50-50'
Former Galway great Pádraic Joyce has warned that the Tribesman will have a job on their hands to oversee a greatly improved Tipperary side in their round 4A qualifier on Saturday.Dooley: Wexford to roll on – Dubs to upset Tipp
Joe Dooley is anticipating two intriguing All-Ireland hurling quarter-finals and backs Wexford and Dublin to advance to the last fourAt a glance: The championship weekend
The hurling championship reaches the All-Ireland quarter-final stage, while in football, two more qualifier games are down for decision. James McMahon previews what's in store.Offaly U-21 manager Hogan dies in fall at home
The Offaly County Board has paid tribute to U21 hurling manager Dermot Hogan, who died last night after falling while painting at his home.TJ Ryan: Limerick need to take their chances
Limerick manager TJ Ryan believes that his side need to be more "ruthless" in front of goal but that they will go into Sunday's clash with in-form Wexford with confidence despite losing to Cork.Daly demands more of Dubs for Tipp test
Dublin manager Anthony Daly is targeting a "massive display of courage, commitment and great hurling" against Tipperary on Sunday after his side's Leinster final thrashing by Kilkenny.Preview: Ladies Football – Qualifiers Round 1
Saturday sees the opening round of qualifier action in the TG4 Ladies' Football championship with three games down for decision.Cuthbert: 'Sligo game is our All-Ireland'
Cork football manager Brian Cuthbert has described their meeting with Sligo in Saturday's round 4A footballer qualifier in Tullamore as "our All-Ireland final".Antrim cruise to Ulster U-21 victory
Antrim coasted to the Ulster U-21 hurling title with a 7-17 to 1-05 demolition of Down in the Athletic Grounds.