Column: Dublin's better balance can topple Cork
Martin Carney runs the rule over this weekend's Allianz Football League finalists, with Dublin and Cork going head-to-head in the showpiece Division 1 final at Croke Park on Sunday.Armagh battle past Fermanagh to claim Div 3 spoils
Fourteen-man Armagh won the Allianz FL Division 3 title with a 0-16 to 0-11 win over Ulster rivals Fermanagh at Croke Park.Offaly brush aside Longford to take Div 4 title
A storming second-half at Croke Park saw Offaly secure the Allianz Football League Division 4 title on a 4-16 to 1-12 scoreline as well as draw first blood ahead of the Championship.U-21 final switched to Parnell Park
Owing to necessary remedial work at Páirc Tailteann in Navan, the 2015 GAA Eirgrid U21 football final between Tipperary and Tyrone will now be played at Parnell Park on Saturday next.McConway returns for Offaly finale with Longford
Paul McConway returns to the Offaly team for their Division 4 final against Longford at Croke Park.O'Hare laments emphasis on fitness over skills
Strength and conditioning work must be done, admits Down's Donal O'Hare, but shouldn't be at the expense of practising the core skills of Gaelic football.Roscommon's Smith has black card overturned
Roscommon footballer Enda Smith has had his black card given in the Division 2 league clash with Westmeath earlier this month overturned by the Central Hearings Committee.VIDEO: Jamie Wall – 'I never feel like giving up'
In his first broadcast interview, former Cork underage star Jamie Wall speaks to Marty Morrissey about his paralysis.Blow for Mayo as Regan ruled out for 12 weeks
Mayo have been dealt an injury blow after Evan Regan broke his collar for the second time this year while training on Tuesday.VIDEO: Dublin v Cork – Farce in Croke Park
Ahead of Sunday's Allianz Football League Division 1 final between Cork and Dublin, we look back at a bizarre incident in 1987 when the sides met in the league quarter-final.