Ulster club fixturesThe Ulster club senior, intermediate and junior hurling championships continue this weekend.
McHugh bolsters UUJ backroom teamMartin McHugh has been added to the Jordanstown management team.
GAA tweets of the weekAfter the highs of the inter-county season, club action is taking centre stage across the country...
Scarvey GAA finals to help Childhood Cancer FoundationThe Inishowen GAA season will reach a conclusion at The Scarvey in Buncrana on Friday night when two new competitions are down for decision
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Galway didn't deliver when the pressure came on. Blaming the manager is a pathetic cop-out."
2016 championship draws next weekThe dust has barely settled on this year's championships and already thoughts are beginning to turn to next year's campaign.
Ulster club fixturesThe Ulster club senior, intermediate and junior hurling championships get underway on Sunday, 4 October.
Cruciate woe for O'ConnorDonegal's Darach O'Connor is the latest GAA star to be struck by the cruciate curse.
Brick feels rejuvenatedNaomh Conaill forward Dermot 'Brick' Molloy admits he is back enjoying his football once again.
Football rankings: Dominant Dubs reclaim top spotAs the dust settles on the 2015 All-Ireland SFC, we update our football rankings and (surprise, surprise!) All-Ireland champions Dublin take over in pole position...
GPA unveils football structure proposalsThe GPA has unveiled its football competitions proposal which has been submitted to the GAA as part of the Association's competition structures review.
McMahon nominated for Footballer of the Year awardPhilly McMahon has been shortlisted for the GAA/GPA Footballer of the Year award.
Eleven Dubs up for All Stars as Cluxton and Flynn miss outUnsurprisingly, All-Ireland champions Dublin dominate the GAA/GPA All Stars shortlist will 11 nominations.
Hurling rankings: Kilkenny are Top CatsKilkenny continue to rule the hurling landscape...
GPA backs McGuinness in Donegal disputeThe GPA's head of communications has sided with former Donegal manager Jim McGuinness in his holiday dispute with the Donegal County Board.
Silence on the sideline!Termon GAA Minor Board and Kilmacrennan Celtic soccer academy joined forces last weekend to jointly promote the "Silent Sideline" approach to their respective Gaelic Football and Soccer games.
Donegal Board replies to McGuinness holiday voucher claimDonegal County Board has issued a statement in response to Jim McGuinness' column in today's Irish Times.
Burns would support removal of tricolour (and National Anthem)Former Armagh midfielder Jarlath Burns would be in favour of the GAA getting rid of the tricolour at its grounds to reach out to the unionist community.
Kernan not giving up on MurphyJoe Kernan is optimistic that Michael Murphy will make himself available for Ireland's International Rules Test against Australia.
Six moments of brilliance in the 2015 football championshipNow that the dust has settled on the 2015 football championship, we look back at six standout moments in what was an brilliant year of football action.
Donegal SFC: Glenties set up final date with holdersSt. Eunan's will defend the Dr Maguire Cup against Naomh Conaill on October 18 in what is a repeat of the 2012 Donegal SFC final.
Championship tweets: "All Ireland Title Number 10!"The Rebelettes maintained their vice-like grip on the Brendan Martin Cup at Croke Park yesterday...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I'm very proud, and just relieved."
Curran talks up St Michael'sSt Eunan's manager Maxi Curran believes that St Michael's are one of the most complete teams in the county.
Gaelscealai Inis EoghainA weekly insight into the GAA in Inishowen, our peninsula's beating heart.
Strictly tops the bill at Naomh ColmcilleA weekly insight into the GAA in Inishowen, our peninsula's beating heart.
Murphy opts out of International Rules dutyIreland's hopes of gaining revenge for last year's International Rules defeat to Australia have been dealt a blow with the news that Michael Murphy won't be available for the Croke Park encounter on November 21.
GAA/Basketball crossover programmeFor many years, GAA players have turned to soccer and rugby to keep up their fitness levels over the winter, but they are now finding that basketball is of more benefit to them during the off-season.
McGuinness highlights Brogan's critical contributionJim McGuinness says substitute Alan Brogan made a vital contribution to Dublin's All-Ireland final victory.
Ulster GAA President launches upgraded Club MaithDerrynoose GAC was the setting for the recent launch of the upgraded Ulster GAA Club Maith programme.
HS football team of the weekIt was far from the classic All-Ireland final that gaelic football fans had hoped for but that won't dampen Dublin's deserved celebrations. Here's our All-Ireland football final team of the week...
Championship tweets: "Up the Dubs!!! It's time to celebrate"The curtain came down on the 2015 inter-county gaelic football season yesterday and the Dubs are celebrating All-Ireland title number 25...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"What happens on the pitch stays on the pitch We shook hands and that was the end of it."
SFC semi-final dates confirmedThe dates for the Donegal senior football championship semi-finals have been confirmed.
Lacey to seek sabbaticalKarl Lacey will ask Donegal manager Rory Gallagher to grant him an extended winter break.