Bon Voyage Peter Acheson...
"All-Ireland semi-finals are there to be won. We all have enough experience of playing epic finals and one thing or another so we are just content with getting to the final at this moment."
Cratloe manager Colm Collins admits that he was a relieved man at the full time whistle after his charges defeated Lissycasey after extra time in their SFC clash last weekend.
It's the last All-Ireland Ladies quarter-finals this weekend and it is without doubt the biggest day so far in the season.
Clare manager Neil Moynihan looks ahead to their TG4 All Ireland Quarter-final on Saturday in Mullingar (3.45pm).
Former Down star Conor Deegan says it's high time the football championship structure was revamped.
ProGAA believe they have the largest hurl in the world on display in their west Belfast store.
Outstanding individual performances were in plentiful supply across two enthralling All-Ireland SHC semi-finals. Here is our team of the week...
Do you know your stuff when it comes to what happened in the GAA world at the weekend?
The popular reality TV series Googlebox is coming to Ireland and they are looking for a GAA family to voice their opinions on what's on the telly!
Two epic hurling encounters kept GAA fans on the edge of their seats this past weekend...
"It's well documented that we've struggled to win those kinds of games. Whether you like being associated with that or not, I can't change the facts."
Today we had the second of this year's All-Ireland senior hurling championship finals down for decision.
Clare supremo Donal Moloney admits that the county have gone backways in hurling terms over the last few years.
Former Antrim footballer Kevin Carey is facing the biggest battle of his life.
Davy Fitzgerald says he is undecided on whether or not he'll be at the helm with Clare's senior hurlers at the beginning of next season.
Clare captain Laurie Ryan is looking forward to a showdown with Tyrone in the TG4 All Ireland Intermediate Championship quarter-finals.
The annual Camán to Croker event took place on Monday August 8th in Croke Park Stadium, Dublin. This is the 5th year of Camán to Croker with over 1,150 Camogie players from 64 clubs nationwide took part in the annual Under 12 development initiative.
It's Mayo and Dublin who are still standing in the Sam Maguire Cup race following Saturday's quarter-final double-header. Here is our football team of the week...
After a thrilling All-Ireland SHC semi-final in Croke Park yesterday, we select our team of the week...
How is your knowledge from a hectic weekend of football and hurling?
There was no shortage of GAA talk on Twitter over the course of an action-packed weekend...