Ireland overturn a nine-point first-leg deficit to win the Shinty-Hurling series for the sixth year in a row at Newry.
Donegal forward Ryan McHugh wins the Young Player of the Year award while Kerry's James O'Donoghue is named top player for 2014.
- Gaelic Games Durcan among four Donegal All-Stars
- Gaelic Games Woods takes break from Fermanagh
- Gaelic Games McGeeney names Armagh back-room team
- Gaelic Games Derry Board to probe ugly scenes
- 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.