"A lot used to be made about amateurs against professionals. There's nothing amateurish about how they prepare."
The middle of November may have came and went, but we still have plenty of action on the GAA front.
Ireland will travel home from Australia empty-handed after a gutsy second test performance came up short at the Domain Stadium, Perth today.
Ireland manager Joe Kernan has described the standard of refereeing in this morning's second International Rules test as 'diabolical'.
Irish captain Aidan O'Shea doesn't subscribe to the theory that fatigue was a factor in their IRS second test defeat to Australia in Perth this morning.
The International Rules series has a future if tweets by present and past inter-county stars following this morning's second test are anything to go by…
GAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail says the 2019 completion date for the proposed Casement Park redevelopment "sounds ambitious" to him.
Former North Antrim Board chairman Jim McLean is set to challenge Collie Donnelly for his post as county board chairman.
Kilkenny have been drawn against Kildare and Laois in the 2018 Walsh Cup group stage which commences next month.
Orthopaedic surgeon Pat Carton is concerned about over-training in the GAA, having recently carried out double hip surgery on a 15-year-old.
The draw for next year's Ulster minor football championship (U17) took place tonight.
Translink and Ulster GAA have released the names of the nine coaches shortlisted in the Translink Ulster GAA Coach of the Year Awards.
There was 'unreal scenes' in Aughrim yesterday as Rathnew sent Dublin champions St Vincent's packing from the Leinster Club SFC...
"If we get three 'overs', we're right back in the mix. It's game on, we can improve. I think there is more improvement in us than there is in Australia."
Welcome to our latest edition of our live match tracker as we brought you coverage of all today's action.
Ireland have it all to do if they're to retain the Cormac McAnallen Cup after they suffered a 10-point defeat to Australia in the first International Rules Test in Adelaide.
Ireland's International Rules squad has been hit with a vomiting bug ahead of their opening test against Australia this weekend.
Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) recently launched the 2017/18 GAA Scholarship Programme.
Matthew Bradley, who was killed in a hit-and-run incident in Liverpool on Friday night, was a member of the St Joseph's GAA club in Glenavy.
Reacting to the Master Fixtures Plan, the CPA is disappointed that "individual counties may more or less do as they wish in April".
The 2017 football and hurling All-Stars generated plenty of debate on Twitter over the weekend…
"It was backs to the wall stuff. We looked gone at half-time. It looked like there might be no way back."
Hurling took centre stage this afternoon as we had action from the Leinster and Munster club SHCs.
All-Ireland finalists Dublin and Mayo share thirteen places on the 2017 GAA/GPA PwC All-Stars football team which was revealed at a gala banquet in Dublin's Convention Centre tonight.
The PwC GAA/GPA Champion 15 selections have been announced for the Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cup hurling competitions.
All-Ireland champions Galway have taken the lion's share of the spoils on the PwC All-Star hurling team for 2017.
The GAA's head of games Feargal McGill has admitted that they thought long and hard about 'conceding a certain amount of the sports territory' in September when debating the new-look master fixtures plan.
It's up to the GAA at central level to make sure that county players are released to play with their clubs next April, according to Club Players Association chairman Micheál Briody.
Paraic Duffy reckons the GAA's new intercounty Master Fixtures Plan will be of major benefit to clubs.
The 2018 Leinster and Munster SHC finals will both be staged on Sunday, July 1st.
Ireland's 2023 World Cup bid is in trouble as three of the GAA stadiums involved are currently not up to the required standard to host the tournament.
Cavan Gaels had things very much their own way at Kingspan Breffni as they breezed past Lamh Dhearg to qualify for an Ulster club SFC semi-final against Derrygonnelly Harps.
It was a thrilling day on the club front with no fewer than twelve pulsating clashes taking place.
The 2018 inter-county season is set to get underway in late December.
Ireland manager Joe Kernan has added Cork's Sean Powter and Armagh's Niall Grimley to his final squad for next month's International Rules series.
The number of county finals might be less than in previous weekends, but there's still a host of action over the Bank Holiday break with games across the various provincial club championships.
Irish International Rules manager Joe Kernan has announced a provisional panel to will travel to Adelaide and Perth early next month to face Australia in the International Rules Series.
The Tier 2, Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Cup draws for 2018 were were made today by the CCCC.