This weekend sees action across the Leinster club intermediate and junior football championships, as well games in the province's club junior hurling championship.
"I've been fortunate to win an All-Ireland with Donegal, but to win a county title with my club is right up there."
In one of the most hectic Sunday's of the year we were served up some cracking matches. Here are a list of the day's results.
Mount Leinster Rangers finished with nine points to spare (3-17 to 0-17) over Naomh Eoin in today's Carlow SHC final at Netwatch Cullen Park.
There were no fewer than 19 games being covered this afternoon.
The provisional 2018 Allianz League fixtures have been announced, with a Croke Park double-header involving the Dublin footballers and hurlers getting proceedings underway on Saturday, January 27.
A huge weekend of club action lies ahead with nineteen county finals - thirteen in football and six in hurling - taking place across the country.
The Club Players' Association (CPA) remains frustrated with the GAA over the lack of progress to finalise a master fixture plan for 2018.
Eire Og manager Joe Murphy is in no doubt that the SFC final replay will be as tight as the drawn game.
Naomh Eoin joint-manager Tom Quirke knows that they face a tough task in Sunday's county SHC final.
The opening round of the Leinster club junior hurling championship takes place on Saturday, 14 October.
Defending champions St Peter's of Wexford have been drawn in a tough group with Dublin and Westmeath opponents in the battle to retain the Br Bosco Cup as Top Oil Leinster Schools Senior A Football champions.
There was no shortage of milestone achivements on the club scene over the weekend while the debate over the rights and wrongs of the Gooch's upcoming testimonial dinner rages on...
Carlow manager Turlough O'Brien fears the new Super 8 format in football will "leave weaker counties behind".
"Naturally, we'll smell the flowers and the bloom. County finals are always hard to win and we'll certainly enjoy this one."
Cormac Mullins' injury-time point ensured a second bite of the cherry for Eire Og against Rathvilly in today's Carlow SFC final.
The county finals are coming thick and fast.
There are seven county finals - four in football and three in hurling - taking place tomorrow.
All-Ireland intermediate champions Meath and runners-up Cork have received nine nominations each for the Camogie Association's Soaring Star Awards.
Former Laois star Joe Higgins will manage IT Carlow in next year's Sigerson Cup.
The Leinster club championship gets underway this Saturday with the opening games in the junior football competition.
Two Carlow clubs are up in arms over having to play the junior A football championship final tonight (Wednesday).