GAA tweets of the weekThe Cormac McAnallen Cup is staying in Ireland following Saturday's thrilling victory over the Australians...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I'm very proud but I was definitely worried the last quarter there."
Cusack Park plans hit a snagClare GAA's plans to redevelop Cusack Park have hit a stumbling block after the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht lodged an appeal with An Bord Pleanala.
Clare managements ratifiedDonal Og Cusack's appointment as a Clare hurling selector was ratified at this week's Clare county board meeting.
IRS: Irish survive Aussie scareIreland weathered a second half Australian storm to reclaim the Cormac McAnallen Cup at Croke Park this evening.
As it happened: International Rules Match Tracker"We're all on the same team now" - reflect on Ireland's four point victory over Australia in this evening's International Rules test at Croke Park.
Munster club IHC final: Wolfe Tones make historyClare champions Wolfe Tones made history this afternoon by edging Newcestown of Cork in the Munster club intermediate championship final at Mallow.
'Davy doesn't want yes men' - CusackDonal Óg Cusack has insisted that he won't be a 'yes man' to Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald in his new role with the Banner hurlers.
Sheehy focused on NewcestownNewcestown mentor Eamonn Sheehy admits that they are only focused on their own game ahead of Sunday's Munster club IHC final.
Cunningham surprised by Cusack's Clare moveGer Cunningham has admitted that Donal Og Cusack's decision to join Davy Fitzgerald in Clare came as a complete surprise to him.
Carrig taking nothing for grantedWolfe Tones manager James Carrig has no doubt that his charges will have to be at their best in Sunday's Munster club IHC final.
RTÉ2 to screen IRS liveMichael Lyster will present live coverage from Croke Park this Saturday of both the Hurling/Shinty between Ireland and Scotland plus the International Rules Test between Ireland and Australia on RTÉ2.
Munster club fixturesThe Munster club senior and intermediate hurling championships reach their conclusion this weekend.
Eire Og & Doonbeg launch New Club App from ClubifyClare Clubs Eire Og GAA & Doonbeg GAA recently launched their new phone App from Clubify (
New handpass rule to be put under the microscopeThe GAA is set to trial a new ruling that will limit the number of consecutive handpasses a team can make before a player is forced to kick pass.
"He led them to the water and they refused to drink"Ger Loughnane says anyone who takes the vacant Galway hurling manager's job "needs their head examined".
"It's great to be on that list," says BrennanGary Brennan is honoured to be in line to become the fourth Clare man to represent Ireland in the International Rules series.
League 2016: full fixture list revealedA repeat of this year's All-Ireland final between Dublin and Kerry will start the 2016 Allianz leagues after the full fixture details were released today.
Intermediate and junior club championships hotting upIt's getting near the business end of the All-Ireland intermediate and junior club championships in both football and hurling.
GAA tweets of the weekWe're approaching the business end of the provincial club championships...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They are seasoned and they have a bit of hurt on their side."
Munster club SFC: Commercials cruise into finalClonmel Commercials outclassed Clare champions St. Joseph's in their home pitch to qualify for their first Munster club football final in 21 years.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerToday's club championship action saw 14 clubs attempt to seal provincial final places.
Final places up for grabs in three provincesBarring draws and possible postponements due to the inclement weather, the line-up for this year's Munster club football and hurling finals, Leinster club hurling final and Ulster club football final should be known by four o'clock this afternoon.
Brennan's inclusion no surprise to RocheFormer Ireland star Noel Roche believes fellow Clare man Gary Brennan has all the attributes needed for International Rules.
Hurling Gold 2 DVD launchedThe IFI Irish Film Archive launched GAA Hurling Gold 2: All Ireland Hurling Final Highlights 1960 - 1968 DVD at Croke Park today with a gathering of former hurling greats celebrating a decade of superb action on the pitch.
Carigg hails supportWolfe Tones manager James Carigg believes that the supporters played their part in their Munster club IHC semi-final win over Limerick Bruree.
Nine All-Stars feature on strong Irish panelIreland manager Joe Kernan has announced an impressive line-up of newly crowned football All-Star award winners for duty in the upcoming International Rules test against Australia.
Munster club fixturesThe rescheduled Munster club SHC semi-final between Na Piarsaigh and Thurles Sarsfields take place on Sunday, 15 November.
Duffy: clubs have the powerGAA Director General Páraic Duffy says the clubs will ultimately decide if there are to be changes to the annual fixtures calendar.
Hurling/Shinty: TJ Reid included as International squad confirmedThe Irish Hurling/Shinty senior team squad has been confirmed ahead of the side's second one-off test with Scotland on November 21 with 2015 GAA/GPA Opel All-Star Hurler of the Year TJ Reid included in the panel of eighteen.
Cody staying onKilkenny have confirmed that Brian Cody will stay on as manager of their senior hurlers for an 18th season.
GAA tweets of the weekThe great and the good of gaelic games turned out in force for the 2015 All-Star awards on Friday night...
O'Meara hails playersSixmilebridge manager John O'Meara paid tribute to his players after they went through the entire competitive season in Clare unbeaten.
Munster club fixturesThis weekend sees the resumption of the Munster club senior football and hurling championships as well as games in the junior football and intermediate hurling grades.
GAA Discussion Paper: Duffy aims axe at U21FCParaic Duffy has recommended discontinuing the U21 football championship in a bid to end player burnout.
Sixmilebridge stay unbeatenThe Sixmilebridge hurlers have gone through the domestic season unbeaten.
Odds: Corofin now 7/4 to retain Andy Merrigan CupReigning All Ireland Club SFC champions Corofin have hardened into 7/4 from 5/2 to retain the Andy Merrigan Cup after three time champions St Vincent's were dethroned in the Dublin SFC Final yesterday.
GAA tweets of the weekSam Maguire and the Dublin footballers visit the Big Apple ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"At this point, I am not interested in commenting on the inaccuracies in the book while involved with the Donegal senior team."
Clare minor was "hours" from deathA Clare minor footballer is recovering at home after undergoing three operations on a finger infection which threatened his life.
Frost: GAA clubs can help in fight against rural crimeMunster Council chairman Robert Frost is calling on GAA clubs to lead the fight against rural crime.
O'Meara looks to positivesAlthough bitterly disappointed to be out of the Munster club SHC, Sixmilebridge manager John O'Meara is adamant that they have achieved their goal for the year.
Anthony Daly to manager Munster hurlersAnthony Daly has been named as the new Munster hurling manager ahead of the upcoming inter-provincial series.
Munster club fixturesAll the upcoming games in the Munster club championships.
"The sparkle has gone from the Clare hurling scene"Former Clare manager Mike McNamara is adopting a wait-and-see approach on Dónal Óg Cusack's appointment as the county's new senior hurling team coach.
Clare chairman targets All-IrelandClare County Board chairman Michael McDonagh says the Banner County will be aiming for All-Ireland glory now that Donal Og Cusack is on board.
Loughnane's "absolute delight"Ger Loughnane welcomes the appointment of Donal Og Cusack as a Clare senior hurling coach with open arms.
Odds: Castlebar 10/1 from 25/1 to claim first All-Ireland Club SFCReigning champions, Corofin remain the 5/2 favourites to retain the All-Ireland Club SFC with the Galway side odds on at 4/11 to claim a 7th Connacht Club SFC title.
Donal Og is "an absolute fanatic"Anthony Daly is ultra enthusiastic about the addition of Cork legend Donal Og Cusack to the Clare senior hurling backroom team.