» New faces for Kerry and Tipperary
Young defender Fionn Fitzgerald will make his first Championship start for Kerry when his side take on Tipperary in the Munster GAA Football Championship on Sunday.
» Donegal go with familiar XV against Tyrone
The Donegal team to face Tyrone in Sunday's Ulster Football Championship quarter-final is the exact same XV that started last year's All-Ireland final against Mayo.
» Fresh faces in Louth team to face Laois
Ciaran Byrne, who spent time withe AFL club Carlton, makes his championship debut for Louth against Laois in the preliminary round of the Leinster SFC on Sunday.
» Longford introduce trio to face Wicklow
Longford manager Glen Ryan has introduced three championships newcomers to the side for Sunday's Leinster SFC preliminary round clash with Wicklow in Aughrim.
» Extra tickets for Donegal in Ballybofey
Donegal have been given 1,000 extra tickets for Sunday's Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final with Tyrone in Ballybofey after the Red Hand failed to sell their full allocation.
» Kingston starts for Laois against Louth
Laois manager Justin McNulty has named his side for Sunday's Leinster Championship clash with Louth and Donie Kingston has been included in the starting XV.
» Tyrone's O'Neill ruled out for Donegal clash
Tyrone's Ronan O'Neill has been ruled out of Sunday's Ulster SFC quarter-final against Donegal due to a hamstring strain.
» Lacey declares fitness for Tyrone clash
Karl Lacey has declared his fitness for Sunday's Ulster Senior Football Championship quarter-final with Tyrone in Ballybofey.
» Hanley admits to hurt in Galway
Galway's Finian Hanley has admitted there is a lot of hurt in the county after their humiliating defeat to Mayo in the Connacht Senior Football Championship on Sunday in Pearse Stadium.
» Harte warning for Donegal ahead of Ulster clash
Tyrone manager Mickey Harte has warned Donegal of the tough challenge they face in Ulster and beyond after becoming All-Ireland champions.