Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney keeps faith with the Orchard backroom team in place under predecessor Paul Grimley.
The Derry County GAA Board are to investigate ugly scenes which followed Slaughtneil's senior final win over Ballinderry.
- Gaelic Games Clontibret strike late to beat Kilcoo
- Gaelic Games Slaughtneil snatch victory in Derry
- Gaelic Games Cross hammer Harps in Armagh decider
- Scotland Scotland secure shinty-hurling win
- Erne county hit with four departures
- Gaelic Games Cushendall & Slaughtneil to replay
- Gaelic Games McHale joins Cavan management team
- Gaelic Games Donegal to face Tyrone in Ulster SFC
- Gaelic Games Bonner & McHugh rule out Donegal job
- Gaelic Games Mallon calls time on Armagh career
- Gaelic Games Durcan among All-Star contenders
- Gaelic Games Aaron Kernan in Orchard retirement
- Gaelic Games Donegal begin search for new boss
- Gaelic Games Bonner non-committal on Donegal job
- Gaelic Games Kilcoo defeat Burren in Down final
- Watch video McGuinness reflects on Donegal defeat
- Listen to audio Donegal will rue 'final that got away'
- Watch video Kerry's O'Donoghue savours Croke win
- Watch video Lacey delighted to thrill Donegal fans
- Watch video McHugh hails Donegal after Croke success
- Watch video McGuinness lauds 'special' Donegal display
- Watch video Ulster title joy for Murphy and McGee
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Ulster Championship 2014
Donegal regain the Ulster Football title as they earn a deserved 0-15 to 1-9 win over holders Monaghan at Clones.