A motion to ban betting sponsorship in the GAA has been unanimously passed at annual Congress.
Clare boss Colm Collins has been forced to make two changes to his side for tomorrow's Allianz League clash against Down.
Things really start to heat up now in the Allianz Hurling League as 34 teams get set to embark on Round 4 of the competition this weekend.
There's a full schedule of fourth round fixtures in the Allianz Football League and here we preview all 16 games taking place.
There is live coverage of football, hurling and ladies football as well as the Fitzgibbon Cup final this weekend.
Wexford coach Seoirse Bulfin believes that himself and Davy Fitzgerald will have no difficulty putting sentiment aside ahead of Sunday's clash against Clare.
Clare manager Colm Collins is not dwelling on the loss of Jamie Malone and Gordon Kelly.
THE Lidl Ladies National Football Leagues continue apace, with a massive round 4 weekend in store.
Despite adding 0-11 to his overall tally last weekend, Ronan Crowley's advantage at the summit of the Allianz Hurling League scoring charts has been cut.
The GAA, Camogie Association and Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) are pleased to announce that draft memorandums of understanding have been agreed between the three organisations.
Clare defender Conor Cleary says playing two games in the space of 24 hours is doable if you ensure the proper recover.
Clare's Jamie Malone has had his appeal against a two-match ban rejected and will miss the Banner County's upcoming games against Down and Roscommon.
Laois sharpshooter Gary Walsh maintains top spot in the 2018 Allianz Football League scoring charts.
Offaly manager Stephen Wallace has hit out at Paddy O'Rourke over his disparaging comments about Meath football.
Dan Shanahan still believes Waterford can reach the national hurling league quarter-finals.
Pat Spillane believes the GAA needs to open up a club and county transfer window to create a more level playing field.
Clare's Michael O'Malley delivered a Man of the Match display in his hurling league debut against Cork; he's now hoping to be considered for selection against Wexford.
Here are the players that impressed us most in round three of the Allianz Hurling Leagues...
Monaghan, Cavan, Derry and Fermanagh enjoyed league wins over the weekend while Donegal and Roscommon both got their hands on silverware...
Dublin manager Jim Gavin made a big impression on the young footballers of Kilkenny…
Davy Fitzgerald reckons Clare will be desperate to beat him and his Wexford charges next Sunday.
"If I'm honest, I thought the goalkeeper touched the ball and hit the ball away. Of course, I wasn't going to run in and tell the referee that. Just delighted to get it."
LIMERICK secured the result of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues so far when going on the road and inflicting a first defeat of the campaign on champions Kilkenny in Division 1's Group 2 in Dunmore.
"It was a good win and a good display. It is great that these young players are bedding in because if you look at our team, there is an awful lot of new players there."
Clare moved clear at the top of Division 1A with an impressive 0-23 to 0-19 victory over Cork at Ennis.
The hurling leagues hit round three and this usually sees the promotion hopefuls separated from the relegation battlers.
Clare managers Donal Moloney and Gerry O'Connor have made two alterations to their team for Sunday's Allianz League clash with Cork.
The third round of the Allianz HL, an All-Ireland club SFC semi-final plus a Sigerson Cup decider make it a weekend of choice for GAA fans who stay indoors.
Cork manager John Meyler believes that this Sunday's NHL Division 1A clash against Clare will have no bearing on their Munster SHC opener in May.
Clare captain Patrick O'Connor is intransigent that safety is their first priority in the NHL, despite them winning their opening two games.
Clare's Ciaran Russell feels that they have vindicated themselves following their draw against Tipperary as the NFL heads into a weekend break.
The Allianz Hurling League returns to action this weekend and here we preview all of the 17 games taking place in Round 3.
Clare defender Gordon Kelly's league campaign could be over after being hit with a 12-week suspension.
Clare intend to appeal the two-match suspension that Jamie Malone is facing following his sending-off against Tipperary last Sunday.
Eleven counties have representatives on our football team of the week…
Loading lambs by hand is great for recovery, according to Westmeath ace John Heslin...
"That last point of Mattie Donnelly's was priceless in terms of league points."
Clare and Tipperary scored eleven points apiece in a dramatic Division Two encounter at Ennis.