Attendances at intercounty senior football championship matches are dropping to alarming lows.
The GAA has released a more detailed document outlining proposals for a new GAA Football Championship structure.
The 2017 Independent.ie HE GAA Sigerson Championship Weekend will be hosted by Comhairle Ardoideachais Connachta in the Connacht GAA Centre in Bekan, Mayo on February 17-18, 2017.
'The Mark' is to be implemented in the Independent.ie Higher Education GAA Senior Football League Division 1.
Gregory O'Kane has warned his Irish team to be prepared for a physically tough Hurling / Shinty International clash with Scotland.
A GAA Club Players Association (CPA) could be up and running within three weeks.
Michael Murphy has saluted his team-mates after Glenswilly won their third Donegal SFC in six seasons.
Tipperary's All-Ireland winning McGrath brothers, John and Noel, have been named in the Ireland hurling/shinty panel which will take on Scotland in Inverness on Saturday.
Burt had nothing left in the tank as they suffered a heavy defeat to Bredagh in the Ulster club IFC yesterday a day after their Donegal final replay win over Milford, which went to extra-time.
Here's the Twitter reaction to a hectic weekend of county finals across the country and the shock passing of a rugby icon, Anthony Foley...
"The Rattler... in our club, when we were growing up we heard so much about Mickey Byrne, 11 county finals in a row (winning 10) and that record, 14 county titles. So we were always looking up to them."
Michael Murphy's 10th minute goal dashed Kilcar's dreams as Glenswilly captured Donegal SFC honours with a 1-10 to 0-12 win at MacCumhaill Park, Ballybofey.
It was busy today: ten county football finals, nine hurling deciders and the start of the Ulster Club SFC.
Burt were crowned Donegal intermediate football champions for the first time in their history by accounting for Milford after extra-time today, but the celebrations are likely to be put on hold until after tomorrow's Ulster club clash with Bredagh of Down.
There's no shortage of club action this weekend with an incredible 21 county finals set to be decided.
The winners of tomorrow's Donegal IFC final replay won't have much time to celebrate after the Ulster Council turned down a request to have Sunday's provincial club IFC clash with Down champions Bredagh postponed.
Kilcar captain Ciaran McGinley believes that they are long overdue a county title.
All-Ireland champions Dublin will begin their quest for a twelfth Delaney Cup in thirteen seasons against either Carlow or Wexford after the draws for the 2017 provincial football championships were made tonight.
Jarlath Burns says the playing rules committee has "no appetite" to replace the black card with a sin-bin.
Peter Harte accepts that Tyrone's defence of the Ulster SFC will be difficult regardless of what tonight's Championship 2017 draw throws up.
GAA president Aogán Ó Fearghail has confirmed that the black card is not going to be given the boot.
The Ulster club senior, intermediate and junior football championships commence on Sunday.