GAA High Performance Sport Scholarships
Ulster University is pleased to announce that once again it will be offering Men's Gaelic Football Scholarships for the 2015/2016 season.
Letterkenny Gaels GAA Club 5k Road Race
The Annual Letterkenny Gaels 5k Road Race, Fun Run & Walk takes place next Tuesday evening 2nd June at 7.30pm.
St. Eunan's GAA Club Golf Classic
With forty seven teams taking part, the St. Eunan's GAA Club Golf Classic once again proved to be one of the premier competitions on the annual golfing calendar.
Championship tweets: Henry's a dedicated follower of fashion
Henry Shefflin made his debut as a TV pundit yesterday and his suit got the thumbs up from Hurler of the Year Richie Hogan ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
"They can shout year in, year out about Limerick this and Limerick that and they can tweet all they like and they can abuse all the players they like."
As it happened: Sunday Match Tracker
It was another busy Sunday afternoon as we brought you coverage of games in both the provincial hurling and football championships.
Rackard Cup round-up: Orchard and Rossies set up final date
Armagh and Roscommon will contest this year's Nicky Rackard Cup final on Saturday, June 6 in Croke Park.
Devenney: Tyrone statement is a joke
Tyrone's response to accusations that one of their minor footballers taunted a Donegal opponent over the death of his father has been blasted by Brendan Devenney.
Tyrone refute claim that death of a player's father was used in sledging
Tyrone have denied the claim that one of their players taunted a Donegal minor footballer over the death of his father.
"I would never dream of stooping to such a low"
Ryan McMenamin says he's disgusted by claims that a Donegal minor player was taunted by the death of his father from cancer.
Durack: We don't fear them
Donegal manager Ray Durack is adamant that they have nothing to fear facing Armagh in the Nicky Rackard Cup semi-final on Saturday.
Devlin facing eight-week ban
Tyrone selector Gavin Devlin is facing a proposed eight-week ban following a CCCC probe into the half-time melee in Ballybofey last Sunday.
Devenney: minor player taunted over dad's death
Brendan Devenney has waded into the 'sledging' debate by claiming a minor footballer in Donegal was taunted over the death of his father by opposing players.
McShea hits out at Cavanagh comments
Donegal great Pauric McShea has taken exception to Sean Cavanagh's comments on what transpired on the field of play during last Sunday's Ulster SFC clash.
17 All Stars among teams confirmed for GAA Open Charity Game
A host of former Gaelic Football stars will line out for a special charity game as part of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Golf events next week in Newcastle.
Armagh to retain home advantage
Next month's Armagh-Donegal Ulster SFC quarter-final will definitely be staged in the Athletic Grounds, despite the venue's modest capacity.
St. Eunan's GAA Golf Classic
St. Eunan's G.A.A. Club, in association with Diver's Hyundai, Letterkenny proudly present our Annual Club Golf Classic
McGuinness: Murphy treatment calculated
Jim McGuinness says Tyrone adapted a "calculated" approach to take Michael Murphy out of Sunday's game.
Cavanagh's sledging concern
Sean Cavanagh is worried that the sledging epidemic prevalent in gaelic football could damage players' mental health.
HS football team of the week
There's nothing like the championship to herald the start of the summer, here's our football team of the week ...
Paddy McBrearty was both relieved and delighted after Donegal won the battle of Ballybofey.
Championship tweets: Donegal get over the line
As expected, the Ulster SFC meeting of Donegal and Tyrone generated plenty of discussion on Twitter ...
Murphy was "targeted"
Rory Gallagher wasn't happy with some of the attention Michael Murphy received during Donegal's win over Tyrone.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes
"I felt probably that while the officials did a good job that Michael was targeted."
Ulster SFC: late Murphy frees see Donegal past Tyrone
Three late Michael Murphy points gave Donegal a 1-13 to 1-10 victory over Tyrone in a niggly and petty preliminary-round clash at wet and windy Ballybofey.
As it Happened: Sunday Match Tracker
Today saw three games down for decision as the Leinster and Connacht SFC continued, while the Ulster campaign got underway.
"There was very little in it"
Rory Gallagher has played down the half-time flare-up between Donegal and Tyrone.
Ulster MFC: holders off to a flier
Donegal held Tyrone scoreless in the second half as they began the defence of their Ulster MFC crown with an impressive victory at a rain-lashed Ballybofey.
McGee sent hate mail over referendum stance
Donegal defender Eamon McGee has revealed that he received hate mail after declaring his support for the Yes campaign in the forthcoming marriage equality referendum.
Rackard Cup round-up: Donegal and Tyrone advance
Donegal and Tyrone successfully negotiated their respective Nicky Rackard Cup quarter-final hurdles today.
Preview: Ulster SFC - Donegal v Tyrone
"I said to the players afterwards that this was as bad a performance as I have been involved with from a Tyrone team over all the time I have been involved, at any level, and at any age."
Team news: No room for McFadden
Colm McFadden has been omitted from the Donegal starting 15 for tomorrow's crunch Ulster SFC opener against Tyrone in Ballybofey.
Gallagher focussed on the here and now
Following in Jim McGuinness' footsteps as Donegal manager could be described as a poisoned chalice but it was a challenge that Rory Gallagher was eager to accept.
Ulster SFC preview: 'The draw from hell'
No disrespect to the other games down for decision but, as far as neutrals are concerned, the Ulster SFC meeting of holders Donegal and Tyrone is the only show in town this weekend.
Check out Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner's Fantasy Gaelic teams
The official GAA/GPA Fantasy Gaelic game is back for another season; and we have a sneak peak at the selections of Derry's Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner from Mayo.