There are a further 12 hurling matches down for decision over the weekend as four All-Ireland championships resume.
Saturday's All-Ireland U21 football final will mark an historic occasion as it will be the last ever at this grade.
Oisin McConville is convinced that Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney will appeal his three-month ban.
Meath will take on Down in an exhibition match at Kilmainham GFC football pitch on April 30th.
Galway issued a statement of intent in the league final against Tipperary while Meath and Laois enjoyed Leinster SHC successes. Here's our hurling team of the week...
The GAA have confirmed the times and venues for Saturday's second round Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard Cup games following yesterday's draws.
Lotto - numbers 2, 3, 4 and 10. Consolation prize of £30 to Harvey Stewart.
President Michael D. Higgins joined in on the Galway league celebrations...
"No, I can't explain it. That was the worst performance we've had in the length of time I've been looking after these boys!"
6pm Irish Dancing; 6.30pm P1/P2 and P3/P4 Camogie practice; Boot Camp
Baile an Locha minors made it three wins from three games with an excellent victory away to Castlewellan to go two points clear at the top of the league.
The Ladies next game is in the Final of the Ulster Championship in the last weekend of June/early July 2017.
Glasdrumman seniors after last week's victory away to Attical, played a tight game against a strong and physical Tullylish side.
The draws have been made for the second rounds of the Christy Ring and Nicky Rackard Cups.
Neil McManus shot 1-11 as Antrim edged out Carlow by 3-20 to 2-22 after extra-time in a gripping Christy Ring Cup opener at Netwatch Cullen Park.
The Club Players' Association (CPA) has held talks with both the GAA and GPA over reform of the playing schedule.
Down hurling manager Marty Mallon has expressed frustration at the lack of commitment being shown by some players to the county team's cause.
It's a busy schedule of hurling this weekend with Galway and Tipperary facing off in Sunday's Allianz League Division 1 final. Here we preview all 13 games down for decision.
Pat McEnaney says county teams that receive a high number of black cards only have themselves to blame.
After a very successful first year, the Celtic Challenge returns for the second year with a new title sponsor - Bank of Ireland.
Eamonn Burns says Down and Armagh will go at each other hammer and tongs in the first round of the Ulster SFC.
2pm U14 Camogie An Riocht v Mayobridge, all girls please be at the club 1pm; 6.30pm P1/P2 and P3/P4 Camogs practice