10.02.2012 [Irish Independent] - Dublin's Alan and Bernard Brogan are not yet ready to start and the only change they have made for their game with Mayo is Darren Daly replacing Michael Fitzsimons at corner-back. Cork make two changes to face Down with corner-forward Paul Kerrigan
10.02.2012 [The Score] - #ALLIANZ FOOTBALL LEAGUE Dublin have made just one change for their trip to Mayo tomorrow evening, with Darren Daly coming in for Michael Fitzsimons at corner back. Aiden O'Mahony and Anthony Maher are named in Jack O'Connor's starting XV for their
10.02.2012 [Newstalk 106-108 fm] - Darren Daly has replaced the injured Michael Fitzsimons at right corner back in the Dublin side for tomorrow evenings clash with Mayo in Castlebar, that's the only change made by Dubs boss Pat Gilroy.Alan Quirke is in goal for Cork while Colm O'Neill
10.02.2012 [Irish Times] - Gaelic Games: Dublin boss Pat Gilroy has made just the one enforced change to his side for tomorrow night's trip to Castlebar to take on Mayo, with Darren Daly of Fingal Ravens taking over from the injured Michael Fitzsimons at right corner back.
04.02.2012 [Info DSI] - Basée sur un protocole théorique publié en 2009 par Anne Broadbent de l'Université de Waterloo, Elham Kashefi de l'Université d'Edinbourg et Joseph Fitzsimons de l'Université Nationale de Singapour, l'expérience a montré que, quelle que soit la
06.02.2012 [Herald.ie] - Michael Fitzsimons has emerged as a major doubt following the recurrence of a shoulder injury; Eamon Fennell is definitely ruled out following his straight red against the Kingdom; while there are question marks about the readiness of all three Brogans
18.02.2012 [Herald.ie] - Noel was presented with a shirt by Eamonn Fennell, Michael Fitzsimons and Declan Lally. In his first interview on the RTE programme in 15 years, the singer-songwriter recalled his days as a GAA player growing up and playing at Croke Park.
03.02.2012 [Irish Examiner] - Rory O'Carroll and Michael Fitzsimons remain in the full-back line where they are joined by Philly McMahon, while McCarthy, Brennan and midfielder Michael Dara Macauley have also been retained. Macauley's centre-field partner will be Ross McConnell