Irish sporting greats to turn out for 'Hurling for Cancer Research'A who's who of Irish sports people will take to the St Conleth's Park pitch in Newbridge on Tuesday, August 11th for a celebrity hurling match in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.
Championship tweets: Dara Ó Briain bumps into Liam in KilkennyComedian Dara Ó Briain got to meet Kilkenny's most famous resident in person ...
What they said ... the football weekend in quotes"From where I was looking, it was no penalty. If anything it was a free out."
SF Qualifier: Quigley on fire as Ernemen repeat the dose against SaffronsSean Quigley pointed 14 times as Fermanagh thumped Antrim at changeable Enniskillen, 1-21 to 0-11.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe first of this year's provincial finals were down for decision this afternoon.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerHappy July 4th to all our American cousins as we brought you the latest edition of our live text commentary.
Preview: SFC qualifier: Fermanagh v AntrimFermanagh and Antrim will meet for the third time in championship action in the space of 12 months tomorrow and it's honours even as things stand.
Crozier promising 'positive' approach from AntrimJustin Crozier says Antrim will be a lot more attack-minded against Fermanagh tomorrow than when the sides met in the Ulster SFC quarter-final five weeks ago.
Team news: Fermanagh team revealedThe Fermanagh team for Sunday's All-Ireland SFC Qualifier Round 2A clash with Antrim has been announced.
Football and hurling qualifier draws on Monday morningThe Round 3A Football and Round 2 Hurling draws will take place next Monday morning, July 6 on RTE Radio 1 shortly after 8.30.
Lámh Dhearg players grab food on the go thanks to Mace MoneenHoey's Mace, Moneen has celebrated 15 years at the heart of the local community with a complete re-vamp of the store, including a brand new Food-To-Go range.
Council slammed for removing Cushendall GAA concert postersA local authority in Co. Antrim has been criticised for taking down posters advertising an upcoming concert by country music star Nathan Carter in aid of Cushendall GAA club.
Donnelly bemused by complacency claimsFermanagh captain Eoin Donnelly believes that they have no reason to be complacent for their clash against Antrim in the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers this weekend.
Team news: Saffrons welcome back McVeighAntrim boss Frank Fitzsimons has made three changes to his side to face Fermanagh in Round 2A of the All-Ireland SFC Qualifiers with full back Sean McVeigh returning from suspension.
McVeigh accepts that red card was rightSean McVeigh says he deserved to be shown a red card when Antrim lost to Fermanagh in the Ulster SFC.
Versatility key for FitzsimonsAntrim manager Frank Fitzsimons will test the versatility of his squad in Sunday's Qualifier against Fermanagh at Brewster Park.
2015 GAA Player Academy launchedThe 3fivetwo Group Ulster GAA Player Academy 2015 has been officially launched by 3fivetwo Group Development Director Mark Regan at the Ulster University, Jordanstown.
Antrim GAA apologises to Casement groupThe Casement Park redevelopment controversy has taken another twist after Antrim GAA issued an apology to members of the Casement Park Social Club.
HS football team of the weekAfter an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, Dublin have five players on our team of the week while Donegal and Westmeath have three each.
Championship tweets: Come back of all come backs!!!!Westmeath are in dreamland following yesterday's historic championship victory over neighbours Meath ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's a miracle for the lads there."
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe Leinster SFC semi-finals were the main attraction in today's games.
Ulster SHC: Ardsmen into finalDown will face Antrim in the Ulster senior hurling decider after defeating Derry by 3-16 to 1-17 at Owenbeg.
Ulster MHC: Antrim too good for neighboursAntrim are through to another Ulster MHC final after overwhelming Down at Owenbeg.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerToday we had the latest edition of our live text commentary.
Saffrons hit by summer emigrationAntrim will be without three of their brightest prospects for their All-Ireland qualifier second round clash with Fermanagh next weekend.
Ulster GAA and Cancer Focus Promote 'Care in the Sun'Ulster GAA and Cancer Focus Northern Ireland have once again joined forces to promote a 'Care in the Sun' message to all GAA players, mentors and fans this summer.
Ulster to host Wheelchair Hurling TournamentUlster GAA will host the first round of the M. Donnelly GAA Wheelchair Hurling Interprovincial league for 2015 on Saturday (10am- 3pm) at the Barry McGuigan Sports Hall, Colaiste Oiriall, Monaghan.
Trio still part of Saffrons plansManager Frank Fitzsimons has confirmed that Conor Burke, CJ McGourty and Kieran McGourty remain very much part of the Antrim senior football squad.
"It was nothing more than a poke, it was certainly not a kick"Pete McGrath has confirmed that Fermanagh will appeal the straight red card shown to centre back Ryan McCluskey against Monaghan.
HS football team of the weekNone of the so call bigger guns were in action but what a dramatic weekend it turned out to be with surprising but fully deserved victories for Antrim and Sligo.
Qualifier fixture details for 4/5 July confirmedSaturday 4 and Sunday 5 July will be a busy weekend of GAA action with eight football and hurling qualifier fixtures confirmed for those dates by Croke Park this afternoon.
Spot the differenceSaturday was a great day for Antrim footballers but they did have a slight wardrobe malfunction along the way.
Dropped CJ takes aim at county boardCJ McGourty has blamed the county board for his omission from the Antrim team that recorded a famous victory over Laois on Saturday.
Championship tweets: 'Sea sessions taking my mind off that dirt in O'Moore Park'It was a hectic couple of days of GAA action and it caused plenty of debate on twitter...

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With Kilkenny claiming their 70th Leinster SHC title, is the provincial system any benefit to the other counties in Leinster?

No, the Cats' dominance stifles other counties
Yes, it give others a level to aspire to
Dublin and Galway have won titles recently, so yes