GAA launch referee recruitment driveGAA President Liam O'Neill launched a new recruitment campaign at Croke Park today aimed at bolstering the number of volunteers involved in refereeing at all levels of the Association.
Sutcliffe: Dalo the man for Limerick jobDublin hurling star Danny Sutcliffe believes Limerick have pulled off a coup by appointing Anthony Daly as Director of their Underage Hurling Academy.
"Maybe in hurling, I'm a bit of a bad cop" - McEnaneyPat McEnaney insists he is capable of making decisions pertaining to hurling.
Limerick secure Dalo's servicesFormer Dublin and Clare hurling manager Anthony Daly has been appointed as Director of Limerick's Underage Hurling Academy.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"He comes in for a lot of attention in a lot of games but he's a couple of years older now."
Championship tweets: Vins raise the barSt Vincent's 10-point victory over Rhode yesterday was the talk of twitter.
Quadruple celebrations for CratloeCratloe brought the curtain down on a memorable 2014 when completing a remarkable Clare hurling and football quadruple.
GPA answers criticismThe GPA has responded to recent criticism of the role it plays in the GAA by publishing detailed answers to 'Frequently Asked Questions' on their website - gaelicplayers.com.
Moloney praise for CratloeClare under-21 joint-manager Donal Moloney believes that Cratloe are an example to every club in the county.
Two elections at conventionThere are two elections to be held at this year's Clare GAA convention.
Farrell: players want changeGPA chief executive Dessie Farrell claims the championship structure is "broken" and players want it changed.
Munster awards for Fitzmaurice and O'DonoghueEamonn Fitzmaurice is the Munster Council's Manager of the Year.
Managerial appointments in ClareThere have been a couple of big managerial appointments on the Clare club scene this week.
Devaney and Wall join Munster Hall of FameTipperary hurling hero, Liam Devaney, and Waterford star footballer, Jim Wall, are the latest Munster legends to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
"The big ogre is beginning to lose his sense of danger"Ger Loughnane has backed Clare to become hurling's top dogs in the wake of the raft of retirements suffered by Kilkenny.
Championship tweets: ice baths or hot whiskeys?Despite the inclement conditions, Ballyhale Shamrocks and Kilcormac/Killloughey served up a Leinster Club SHC final thriller in Portlaoise yesterday.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"The big ogre is beginning to lose his sense of danger, Kilkenny."
Another title for CratloeCratloe's amazing year continued yesterday when they added the Division 3 league football title to their Clare SFC and SHC crowns.
Banner's all-conquering U21s to be fetedClare's All-Ireland U21 hurling winning teams of the past three years will be honoured at the West County Hotel in Ennis tomorrow night.
Clare clubs agree to pay levyClare GAA clubs have backed the decision by the County Board to introduce a levy for the next ten years.
County board to look at dual club affiliationIt was confirmed at the most recent county board meeting that only one dual club in the county is fully affiliated.
Marty crowned Clare Person of the YearRTE GAA personality Marty Morrissey has been selected as The Clare Person of the Year for 2015 for his services to sport and to Gaelic games in particular.
O'Sullivan to speak at GAA National Games Development ConferenceIrish Olympian Sonia O'Sullivan will be a guest speaker at the 2015 Liberty Insurance GAA National Games Development Conference which was launched today.
10 GAA gift ideas for this ChristmasIf you are on the look out for Christmas presents for the GAA mad person in your life, here's a few ideas to help you along the way.
Clare great Lynch takes Newmarket reinsClare's 1997 All-Ireland winning midfielder Colin Lynch has been appointed manager of the Newmarket-on-Fergus senior hurlers.
GAA stars up in arms over Hunt claimStephen Hunt's claim that GAA players would struggle in the Premier League has sparked an angry reaction from current and past footballers and hurlers.
Championship tweets: a year to remember for Star2014 has been good to Kieran Donaghy on both club and county fronts.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"The amount of silly mistakes we made today was incredible."
Cusack Park car park plan in a knotClare GAA won't be able to proceed with the development of a 200-space car park beside Cusack Park until a Japanese knotweed problem is dealt with.
Munster GAA awards €1 million to clubsThe Munster GAA Council has announced details of the 2014 Development Grant Scheme, funding club and school capital development projects across the province.
Clare clubs to be hit with ten-year levyThere was good news in Clare this week following the green light being given for redevelopment work on Cusack Park, but the news is not so good for clubs in the county.
Changes to be made at conventionThere will be at least five changes to the Clare executive for 2015.
Draws for 2015 McGrath, Waterford Crystal CupsThe draws for Munster's McGrath and Waterford Crystal Cups were made this evening.
Waterford Crystal and McGrath Cup draws tonightThe draws for Munster's 2015 Waterford Crystal and McGrath Cup competitions will take place at tonight's Munster CCC meeting in Limerick.
Redevelopment work at Cusack Park gets green lightCusack Park in Ennis is to get a €2.3m face lift.
O'Mahony accuses Ryan of gamesmanshipKilmallock's Gavin O'Mahony says "a bit of cuteness" from Conor Ryan resulted in his red card in Sunday's Munster club hurling final.
McGrath magnanimous in defeatCratloe manager Joe McGrath refused to use his players' recent gruelling schedule as an excuse for their Munster club SHC final loss to Kilmallock.
Championship tweets: Vins make life hard for themselvesClub finals and the International Rules were the main topics of discussion on twitter over the weekend.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I said to them when I went in there first that I wanted to win a Munster club with this team."
Munster club SHC final: Kilmallock have that bit extraKilmallock overcame the second half dismissal of county star Gavin O'Mahony to be eventually see off Cratloe after extra-time in an absorbing Munster club hurling final at the Gaelic Grounds.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe weeks are flying by and so too are the games as we had another five down for decision this afternoon.
International Rules series to take place in 2015The future of the International Rules series is secure after yesterday's successful Test match in Perth.
Will it be Kilmallock's third or Cratloe's first?The Munster club SHC final between Kilmallock and Cratloe takes place at the Gaelic Grounds this afternoon.
IRS: Ireland left to rue slow startIreland will return home from Australia this week empty handed after falling to a 10-point defeat to the hosts in Patersons Stadium, Perth this morning.
Earley upbeat despite defeatIreland manager Paul Earley took his hat off to Australia, saying his side struggled to cope with the accuracy and movement of their professional opponents in today's IRS test.
Twitter: McKeever's omission a big talking pointBenny Coulter and Steven McDonnell questioned Paul Earley's decision to leave Armagh's Ciaran McKeever out of his squad for the IRS.
"Australia deserved their win"Ireland captain Michael Murphy admitted they left themselves with too big a mountain to climb against Australia at the midway point of this morning's International Rules test in Perth.
Team news: Morgan and O'Neill left outNiall Morgan (Tyrone) and Padaig O'Neill (Kildare) have failed to make manager Paul Earley's 23 for today's International Rules test against Australia.
Good luck Ireland!This year's International Rules test against Australia is due to get underway in just under an hour in front of a full house in Perth (9.45am) and the Irish team has been sent lots of good luck messages via Twitter.
Collins looks forwardCratloe football manager Colm Collins believes having a Munster club SHC final to look forward too is one way of getting over a provincial club SFC semi-final defeat.