Mike Finnerty is joined by Billy Joe Padden and Brian Barry to preview the weekend's Super 8s action.
Sky Sports analyst James Horan says the Mayo players should make full use of their time off this summer.
Sky Sports analyst Peter Canavan gives his thoughts ahead of the weekend's Gaelic football action.
Cork star Colm O'Neill has retired following medical advice.
Shane Walsh paid tribute to Galway team-mate Paul Conroy, who is ruled out for the season.
Cork forward Doireann O'Sullivan says she is ready to put knee injury woes behind her.
Sky Sports analyst Peter Canavan gives his thoughts after the opening weekend of the Super 8s.
After a weekend of Super 8s and hurling quarter-finals, we take stock on what we learned from the GAA weekend.
Mayo manager Peter Leahy said he was not one bit surprised to see his team sparkle against Cavan after a turbulent week.
Kerry boss Éamonn Fitzmaurice said they are backed up against a wall facing into their two final games in the Super 8s.
Galway manager Kevin Walsh confirmed that Paul Conroy suffered a double-leg break during the Super 8s win over Kerry.
Monaghan are up and running in the Super 8s, after beating Kildare 0-15 to 1-10 at Croke Park.
Galway got their first championship win at Croke Park since 2001, as they beat Kerry 1-13 to 1-10 in the Super 8s.
Relive all the action from a busy GAA Sunday.
Dublin manager Jim Gavin feels his side must improve in order to beat Tyrone in Omagh next Saturday.
Roscommon manager Kevin McStay was dejected following his side's loss to Tyrone.
Donegal manager Declan Bonner was in no mood for a moral victory after his side fell to Dublin in Croke Park.
Dublin got off to a winning start in the Super 8s, beating Donegal 2-15 to 0-16 at Croke Park.
Tyrone made a serious statement to kick off the Super 8s, comfortably accounting for Roscommon at Croke Park, 4-24 to 2-12.
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