Ollie Canning on life and the All-Ireland finalFour time All Star and Sky Sports GAA pundit, Ollie Canning, says Galway has a great chance in the All-Ireland final this week.
HS football team of the weekDublin versus Mayo part two is scheduled for next Saturday but, for now, here's our football team of the week...
Championship tweets: Has 'The Sunday Game' lost credibility?Here's what Declan O'Sullivan, Joe McMahon and Paddy Bradley thought of The Sunday Game's analysis of yesterday's All-Ireland SFC semi-final...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I was headbutted alright."
All Ireland Intermediate Football SevensThe newly formed Football Sevens Competition which will have Senior teams participating from all of Ireland is taking place again on 19th Sept. 2015
Banner at a Delooze endClare football boss Colm Collins is on the lookout for a completely new backroom team.
GAA fixtures issue frustrated rugby legendFormer Ireland rugby international Keith Wood has revealed that being involved in training his local GAA club left him both loving it and frustrated at the same time.
Kinnerk is a wanted man!Limerick hurling boss TJ Ryan and his Clare counterpart Davy Fitzgerald are both hoping to secure the services of Paul Kinnerk for next season.
Talented hurler carried from pitch like "an auld dog"Kilmaley manager PJ Kennedy and Clare County Board have a different version of accounts when it comes to the availability of a stretcher in Cusack Park last Saturday evening.
GAA President slams The Sunday GameGAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail says The Sunday Game is predictable, tiresome, unfair and consistent in its negativity.
HS football team of the weekHere's the star performers from yesterday's enthralling All-Ireland SFC semi-final...
Championship tweets: Unusual Kerry scenes of celebrationFive-time Kerry All-Ireland winner Declan O'Sullivan takes Jarlath Burns to task...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's just so hard to take because, you don't want to be a sore loser."
Clare SHC: brawl mars Newmarket winA 29-man brawl marred this evening's Clare SHC encounter between Newmarket-on-Fergus and Tulla at Cusack Park.
GPA accuses Paddy Power of exploiting playersThe GPA is none too impressed with Paddy Power's use of player images in their GAA Hot 100 campaign.
SHC nears business endThe four quarterfinal places are still up for grabs in the senior hurling championship.
Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final ticketsWe have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 6 September.
Lohan stands by call for Clare reviewBrian Lohan doesn't regret calling for a review of the Clare senior hurling set-up last month, despite the 'upset' it has caused to some people.
Video: Late Late Leitrim GoalsSee two late Leitrim goals in their defeat of Clare in the 2015 TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Championship Quarter-finals at Birr on Saturday August 15.
Ladies previews: champions in action as big two meetIt's another fantastic Saturday of ladies football with a repeat of the league final on the cards as Cork put their title on the line once more.
Cusack Park to reopen for club gamesCusack Park in Ennis is expected to reopen next weekend, despite works having commenced on a €2.3 million revamp.
Stars come out in aid of Irish Cancer SocietyIreland's GAA and Horse Racing 'All Stars' got their hurleys out for cancer research on Tuesday night at Saint Conleth's Park, Newbridge, Kildare for a celebrity hurling match in aid of the Irish Cancer Society to raise money for cancer research.
Irish handballers ready to roll in CalgaryThe official 15-strong Irish squad for the World Championships is currently in Calgary, Canada with hopes high among the team members for a successful championships.
All bets off?Bookmakers could soon have to permanently suspend their betting on minor football and hurling fixtures.
HS football team of the weekWho caught the eye in Saturday's All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals? Here's our football team of the week...
HS hurling team of the weekWaterford pushed Kilkenny all the way but it was the Cats who were left standing yet again. We pick our hurling team of the week from yesterday's All-Ireland semi-final.
Championship tweets: business as usual for the CatsFrom Tiernan McCann's hair to Mayo's goals to Richie Hogan's feet, there was a fair amount of GAA activity on Twitter over the weekend...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I can do it any day. It doesn't matter who it is."
Carlow proposal to be discussedCarlow's proposal for a new format to the All-Ireland SFC will be discussed at Central Council later this year.
Moloney: The future is brightClare hurling may be at something of a crossroads in many people's eyes, but under-21 manager Donal Moloney is optimistic for the future.
Cusack Park's last standWork has finally commenced on the €2.3 million redevelopment of Cusack Park in Ennis.
Bugler goes under the knifeClare defender Brendan Bugler has undergone surgery on a shoulder injury.
Blog: when is the slaughter going to stop?Regardless of what unfolds between now and the third Sunday of September, this year's All-Ireland football championship will be remembered for the alarmingly high number of one-sided games it produced.
Championship tweets: 'I would not want to play in a second tier comp'Fermanagh's Sean Quigley would not swap days like yesterday for a shot at silverware in a competition for weaker counties ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"He got a bang on the shoulder so we will just have to wait and see."
Camogie playoff: Dubs toss Banner asideDublin booked their All-Ireland senior camogie championship quarter-final place following a narrow victory over Clare in today's playoff at Semple Stadium.
Clare chairman secures Fianna Fáil nominationClare county board chairman Michael Donagh has been selected to run for Fianna Fáil in the Clare constituency in the next General Election.
Investigation may be launched into Clare club brawlA melee during half time of a Clare senior football championship match looks set to be investigated by the county board's CCC.
Munster U21HC final: Treaty Lynch BannerThirteen points from unerring Man of the Match Ronan Lynch helped Limerick to a thrilling 0-22 to 0-19 victory over holders Clare in Ennis.
Football rankings: Kerry still the kingpins but for how long?Sunday, September 20th is only seven weeks away which means we are entering the home straight in the race for Sam Maguire Cup honours. Just 10 teams are left standing, here's our latest football rankings...
Camogie Association confirm pairingsCamogie Association confirm pairings for the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland senior semi-finals.
Limerick's O'Connell bids for second Munster U21 medalIncredibly, Limerick centre back Barry O'Connell is bidding for his second Munster U21 HC medal tonight.
"His interest is not on the future of Clare hurling"Ger Loughnane believes Michael McDonagh's position as Clare chairman has become "utterly untenable" and claims he is only using it to fulfil his political ambitions.
Odds: The Sam Maguire Cup race gets interestingFollowing on from last weekend's nine point defeat of Westmeath, Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath and his players face the "ultimate test" in Croke Park this Sunday.
Munster U21HC final heading for a sell-outThis evening's Munster U21HC final between Clare and Limerick in Ennis is expected to be a sell-out.
U-turn by the Camogie Association sees Clare v Dublin play-off fixed for SaturdayThe Camogie Association has confirmed that it is offering a play-off game to Clare and Dublin - to be played this Saturday and the winners will take on Wexford in the quarter-final on Monday!
Team news: Banner unchanged for U21 finalClare manager Donal Moloney has opted for an unchanged team for tomorrow evening's Munster U21HC final versus Limerick at Cusack Park, Ennis.
"A coin toss!! Why don't they do a best of 3 Rock Paper Scissor instead"There has been an incredulous reaction on Twitter to the Camogie Board's ruling that a coin toss be used to determine if Dublin or Clare would progress to the All-Ireland camogie quarter-finals.
2015 Martin Donnelly All Ireland Poc FadaThe 54th running of the Poc Fada na hEireann will take place at Annaverna on the Cooley Mountains, north of Dundalk this Saturday August 1 (11.30am) where holder and ex Tipperary goalkeeper Brendan Cummins will be seeking his 9th record breaking title.
Team news: Ryan replaces injured O'Brien for Limerick U21sLimerick have drafted in Colin Ryan at right corner forward ahead of their Munster U21HC final against holders Clare at Cusack Park, Ennis tomorrow evening.