Tyrone clinch their first All-Ireland Under-21 Football Championship title since 2001 with a narrow win over Tipperary.
Derry defeat Mayo in their Christy Ring Cup opener on Saturday but Down suffer a seven-point defeat against Kerry.
- 'Cut Casement capacity in half'
- Minister wants Casement plan review
- Gaelic Games Antrim hurlers aim to restore pride
- Gaelic Games Derry face midfield injury crisis
- Gaelic Games Rossies too strong for 14-man Down
- Gaelic Games Armagh beat Fermanagh in decider
- Tributes to GAA man killed in crash
- Gaelic Games Red Hands confident over Cavanagh
- Gaelic Games Red Hands beat Rossies in U21 semi
- Gaelic Games Donegal defeat Tyrone in play-off
- Gaelic Games Duffy concerned by Antrim relegation
Video & Audio
- Listen to audio Ernemen will learn from defeat - McGrath
- Watch video McCluskey praises Erne boss McGrath
- Watch video Antrim hurling faces major challenges
- Listen to audio Laverty praises impact of boss McCorry
- Listen to audio O'Rourke pleased with Monaghan campaign
- Watch video Cavan boys celebrate MacRory Cup triumph
Video & Audio
- Listen to audio Gallagher takes positives from defeat
- Listen to audio O'Rourke 'happy enough' despite loss
- Listen to audio Corofin ran Slaughtneil ragged - Kearney
- Listen to audio Down boss delighted with comeback win
- Listen to audio Derry boss McIver laments ref calls
- Listen to audio Tyrone deflated as Dublin snatch draw
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.