Saturday's big stories
A last minute free from Cillian O'Connor failed to reach the target, ensuring that Jim Gavin's charges would secure the Sam Maguire for the second consecutive year and their fourth since 2011.
They looked to have been assured of the honours inside the final minutes but Mayo clawed their way back to within a point but the O'Connor was just outside his range.
At least two barrel bombs hit the largest hospital in a rebel-held part of the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo, an organisation that supports it said.
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the conflict, said at least one person died.
The Oscar-winning actor took his own life in 2014 without knowing what was wrong with him.
Writing in the Neurology journal, Susan Schneider says her husband had been suffering from Lewy body disease, which has characteristics common to both Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Dr Tom Ryan, the president of the Irish Hospital Consultants Association (IHCA), made the warning at the organisation’s annual conference in Kilkenny.
He said members of the public are being forced to accept "healthcare rationing" as hospitals prioritise balancing budgets.
Rory McIlroy's eagle on the 16th hole on Friday evening, closed the gap to 5-3 at the end of Friday's four-balls. The result sealed a winning session for Europe after they lost 4-0 in the morning's foursomes.
McIlroy's win with Thomas Pieters meant that Europe ended the day with a badly needed win.