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Analysis: Mayo and Kerry should march on

Analysis: Mayo and Kerry should march on

While hoping for an improvement in the quality of football, Martin Carney is going with Kerry and Mayo to get past the challenges of Galway and Cork respectively in Sunday's All-Ireland quarter-finals.
GAA team news: Mayo unchanged for Cork

GAA team news: Mayo unchanged for Cork

Mayo boss James Horan has kept faith in the side who beat Galway last month to capture their fourth consecutive Connacht as they take on Cork on Sunday.
At a glance: The championship weekend

At a glance: The championship weekend

Football takes centre stage this weekend at Croke Park with the final two qualifiers, and All-Ireland quarter-final action when Kerry take on Galway and Mayo face Cork. James McMahon previews what's in store.
Sleepwalking and rats: the stuff of GAA nightmares

Sleepwalking and rats: the stuff of GAA nightmares

James O'Donoghue sleep-walks, Lester Ryan's teeth fall out, and Paudie O'Sullivan battles rats - GAA stars have been revealing their nightmares.
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