Dublin are All-Ireland SFC Champions for the third time in five years as the Dubs proved to strong for 2014 winners Kerry to secure a three-point win and bring the Sam Maguire cup back to the capital.
Kerry will look to retain their All-Ireland crown as they head to Croke Park for the All-Ireland SFC Final but standing in their way are old rivals Dublin, as the Dubs look to claim a third All-Ireland title in five years.
Kilkenny are All-Ireland hurling champions for the 36th time as the Cats produced a brilliant second half-display to deny Galway after a 1-22 to 1-18 victory in front of a sold-out crowd at Croke Park.
Kilkenny will search for their fourth All-Ireland SHC title in five years but Galway will be sure to do everything they can to deny the Cats a 36th hurling championship as the Tribesmen look for their first title since 1988.
Two Bernard Brogan goals proved vital as Dublin secured a narrow 2-12 to 1-14 win over Mayo to lift the Sam Maguire for the second time in three years in the All-Ireland SFC Final.
It’s the big one today and the two best teams from this year’s All Ireland – Mayo and Dublin – will contest for the Sam Maguire in front of over 80,000 at Croke Park.
Philly McMahon is the only change made by Dublin manager Jim Gavin for this Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC final against Mayo.
A look back at Mayo’s incredible run to the final, including storming 2012 champions Donegal in the quarter finals. The Heather county are in their second All-Ireland final in a row but can they lift Sam for the first time since 1951?
A look back on the journey of Dublin’s road to the final, as new manager Jim Gavin re-ignited the Dubs with a number of new young stars, as well as keeping the faith in the old-reliables.
Mayo manager James Horan has named an unchanged side for this weekend’s All-Ireland SFC Final against Dublin.