- Pat McAuliffe reports on Kerry's win over Tipperary in the McGrath Cup final
- Martin McHugh, Bernard Flynn and Des Newton look ahead to the National Football League. .
- Dublin manager Jim Gavin was satisfied with their O'Byrne Cup run despite defeat in the final.
- Monaghan manager Malachy O'Rourke on his side's loss to Tyrone in the McKenna Cup final.
- Tony Considine on the new hurling format proposals.
- Barry O'Neill traces the career of the late Kevin Heffernan.
- Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice on their McGrath Cup win over Tipperary.
- Pat Spillane and Barney Rock pay tribute to the late Kevin Heffernan.
Kerry claimed the McGrath Cup in Munster with a facile 1-12 to 1-05 win over Tipperary at Seán Treacy Park.
Darran O'Sullivan struck home early as the men from the Kingdom managed a first-half tally of 1-07.
Tipperary, playing against a stiff breeze, managed just two points in reply.
There was to be no comeback for the home side, as Eamonn Fitzmaurice's side claimed the early-season silverware, although they goaled late to give the scoreboard a respectable look.