HS football team of the week14 counties are represented on our football team of the week ...
Five things we learned this weekendIt was an eventful weekend on and off the field ...
Odds: Kerry and Westmeath the big moversFollowing their two point victory over reigning champions Dublin, Kerry are now 11/4 from 11/2 to win Division 1 of the Allianz National Football League.
GAA tweets: Liam Rushe and Robbie Henshaw separated at birth?Dublin hurler Simon Lambert highlights the striking similarities between his team-mate Liam Rushe and Ireland try hero Robbie Henshaw ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"We were a bit disappointed with our own discipline."
FL3 round-up: Orchard and Ernemen push onArmagh and Fermanagh continue to set the pace at the top of Division Three after both Ulster teams recorded their third successive victories this afternoon.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerWe've arrived in the month of March and the National football league continued this afternoon.
Allianz Football League back with a bangAfter a three-week break, the Allianz Football League resumes in earnest today when a dozen games will be played across the country.
Leinster MFL semi-finalists knownThe line-up for the Leinster minor football league semi-finals is complete after yesterday's final round of group games.
Team news: Podge in for TubridyPodge Collins replaces David Tubridy in the Clare team for today's Allianz Football League Division 3 clash with Sligo.
Congress: standing ovation for Liam O'NeillLiam O'Neill received a standing ovation from delegates following his final address to Congress as GAA President today.
Congress: one v one penalties get the green lightDelegates at GAA Congress, which is taking place today in the Slieve Russell Hotel, Cavan, have vetoed the introduction of a black card in hurling but have unanimously voted for one-v-one penalties.
Fitzgibbon Cup: Lohan's UL send Davy's LIT packingThe bragging rights belong to Brian Lohan after UL got the better of his All-Ireland winning Clare team-mate Davy Fitzgerald's LIT in today's second Fitzgibbon Cup semi-final.
Ladies previews: round four league games could be crucialIt's a big weekend for ladies football as round 4 of the TESCO NFL takes place.
Davy: Tipp game is vitalClare manager Davy Fitzgerald admits that beating Tipperary is a must in their next NHL Division 1A clash.
Banner look to refocusClare selector Ger Keane believes that the defeat to Louth was a reality check for them.
Davy Fitz calls for Fitzgibbon Cup deferralDavy Fitzgerald is asking for this weekend's Fitzgibbon Cup to be suspended to allow his players time to recover from their bruising quarter-final.
There's no 'bad blood' between Podge and DavyPodge Collins hopes to resurrect his inter-county hurling career at some point in the future but for now he's happy to concentrate on football.
HS hurling team of the weekSix counties are represented on our hurling team of the week ...
"The snipers are already lining up Davy"Anthony Daly has described the recent criticism of Clare manager Davy Fitzgerald as "ridiculous".
GAA tweets: Wedding bells for Down starCongratulations to Conor Laverty who tied the knot on Saturday ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Any time you come to Nowlan Park and get a victory is pleasing."
HL1A: Rebels roar past BannerCork got their national hurling league campaign up and running with a 1-24 to 0-17 victory over Clare at Pairc Ui Rinn tonight.
As it happened: Saturday Match TrackerTwo crucial contests took place tonight in the 2015 national hurling league.
Leinster MFL: Carlow Colts shock CorkThe result of the day was surely in Netwatch Cullen Park where Carlow registered a brilliant 1-15 to 0-14 victory over Cork in round two of the Leinster Minor Football League.
Podge: I haven't fallen out with DavyPodge Collins insists there's no "bad blood" between him and Davy Fitzgerald after he was forced to make a choice between hurling and football.
Team news: Banner stick with same fifteenClare have decided to stick with the same side for tomorrow's Allianz Hurling League round 2 tie versus Cork.
Clare to share media workClare selector Michael Browne has revealed that media interviews will be shared out between the management team.
O'Connor named new underage secretaryNewmarket's Concepta O'Connor has been appointed the new secretary of Clare's Bord na nOg hurling.
Lohan 'happy to get over the line'UL manager Brian Lohan was fulsome in his praise of his players following their 0-18 to 0-15 Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final victory over UCD yesterday.
O'Donnell hoping hamstrings hold upClare attacker Shane O'Donnell is hoping for better luck on the injury front in 2015.
HS hurling team of the weekThe hurling leagues got off to an exciting start over the weekend, here's our team of the week ...
Senior & Intermediate club championship drawsThe draws for the 2015 senior and intermediate club championships in football and hurling were made this evening.
Odds: Cats now clear favouritesFollowing the opening weekend of Hurling League results, Kilkenny are now 2/1 favourites to top Division 1 after a superb win over Cork at Pairc Ui Rinn.
Watch: Jamesie O'Connor's Laochra Gael trailerThe third programme in the current series of TG4's Laochra Gael features Clare hurler Jamesie O'Connor and will be broadcast tomorrow night (Tuesday) at 8pm.
GAA tweets: Slaughtneil's field of dreamsThe gaels of Slaughtneil are looking forward to their trip to Croker on March 17th ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There was no comment from Davy or from anyone."
No complaints from Banner over controversial winnerClare selector Michael Browne wasn't making an issue over claims that Galway changed sliotars before Jason Flynn scored his winning free at Pearse Stadium.
HL1A: Tribe's true grit banishes BannerNeighbours Galway and Clare produced a sensational contest in Salthill, with the hosts prevailing by a single point, 2-15 to 1-17.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerWelcome to what was the first Sunday of the National Hurling League.
Dalo 'thrilled' for GerAnthony Daly says his former Dublin charges will travel to Nowlan Park for round 2 of Division 1A next Sunday 'full of optimism' following their eye-catching display against Tipperary at Parnell Park today.
Team news: Banner leave vacancy at centre-forwardClare boss Davy Fitzgerald won't finalise his team for today's HL Division 1A clash against Galway until shortly before throw-in.
Banner seek to make amendsClare selector Fergal Lynch has stressed that they are keen to make up for the disappointment of last year.
Brennan eager to bounce backClare forward Shane Brennan feels that it is imperative for them to bounce back in their next league match.
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Team news: Cunningham gives youth its flingAnthony Cunningham has included six of last year's U-21 side in his Galway starting 15 to face Clare on Sunday.
Camogie Volunteer of the Year Awards winners announcedThe winners of the 2014 Camogie Association Volunteer Awards have been announced.
Countdown to CongressThere is sure to be lively debate at the GAA's annual congress in Cavan later this month as a black card in hurling and opening up all county grounds to other sports are amongst the contentious motions that will be put to the floor.
TV rights motion ruled out of order for Congress agendaA Clare motion seeking to make all gaelic football and hurling championship games available on free-to-air TV will not be up for debate at Congress later this month.
Six-team league has improved hurling - DalyThe GAA's director of games Pat Daly believes that the six-team Division 1A has led to a rise in the standard of hurling.

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