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  • Weekend Fixtures Guide
    Here's your guide to another action-packed weekend in the Hurling and Football Championships, including match previews of all the big games.
  • Christy Ring/Lory Meagher Cup Previews
    Three of the six hurling championship finalists for the June 6 triple-header at Croke Park have been decided, with the other three places up for grabs in Saturday's Christy Ring and Lory Meagher Cup games.
  • Preview: Munster SFC - Waterford v Tipperary
    Waterford and Tipperary meet in the Munster Championship for the first time since 2003 at Semple Stadium on Sunday, where the prize for the winners is a semi-final against Kerry in mid-June.
  • Preview: Leinster SHC - Dublin v Galway
    Dublin are aiming for a third successive Championship win over Galway since 2011 when the sides meet in the first game of the knock-out stages of the Leinster Championship in Croke Park on Sunday.
  • Preview: Ulster SFC - Antrim v Fermanagh
    Fermanagh haven't won an Ulster Championship match since 2010, though this looks like a game they are well capable of winning.
  • Preview: Leinster SFC - Dublin v Longford
    Longford are the last county to have hosted Dublin outside of Croke Park in Leinster Championship action and surely they'd love to take the Dubs to Glennon Brothers Pearse Park this weekend.
  • Peter Kelly: The accidental full-back
    Peter Kelly is one of the top full-backs in hurling and the 2013 All Star will man the edge of the square for Dublin in Sunday's Leinster quarter-final showdown with Galway.
  • Mannion: Galway still haunted by Tipp defeat
    Galway's Cathal Mannion admits that last year's All-Ireland qualifier defeat to Tipperary still haunts the Tribesmen.
  • Mayo's Horan won't manage any other county
    FORMER Mayo boss James Horan has ruled out managing any other county in the future.
  • Surprise in Laois hurling as Plunkett steps down
    Laois hurling has been rocked by the resignation as manager of Seamus Plunkett just days before their crunch Leinster quarter-final with Offaly.