Donegal boss Jim McGuinness says he 'trusts' his players to carry out his instructions against Dublin on Sunday.
Kerry produce a late comeback to earn a 1-16 to 1-16 draw with 14-man Mayo in a thrilling All-Ireland SFC semi-final at Croke Park.
- Gaelic Games Antrim U21s crushed by Clare in semi
- McCloy thanks 'life saving' medics
- Gaelic Games Tipp set up Cats hurling decider
- Gaelic Games Monaghan's Walshe faces long lay-off
- Gaelic Games McCloy improving after collapse
- Gaelic Games Clarke out of Crossmaglen campaign
- Grimley resigns as Armagh manager
- Gaelic Games Findon in clear over doctor push
- Gaelic Games Lacey fitness concern for Donegal
- Gaelic Games Cats defeat Limerick in hurling semi
- Gaelic Games Donegal clinch victory over Armagh
- Gaelic Games Monaghan hammered by holders Dublin
- Gaelic Games Red Hands backroom duo step down
- Gaelic Games Derry hurling manager Rogan resigns
- Gaelic Games Club series delay vital - McGuinness
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