The GAA and Gaelic Players Association have announced details of a new deal worth €6.2m per year that includes a number of significant increases in benefits for inter-county players.
Our 12s had a fantastic win on Sunday, coming from 6 points down at half time to run out eventual winners by 4
Check out a round-up of the GAA topics that were trending on Twitter over the weekend...
"There is more important things in life than sport."
2016 Down GAA All County Hurling League Division 1, Venue: Kilclief Ben Dearg, Kilclief V Shamrocks 19:30,
Castlewellan 0-9 Annaclone 4-15
We wish a speedy recovery to senior player Raymond Clarke who sustained a knee injury during Friday nights game.
It was a busy week-end for a severely depleted senior men's team with an away game against Clan na Gael on Friday night followed up by a home tie against Derrynoose on Sunday afternoon.
11am Men's Shed; 11am KYC Summer Scheme Kids Basketball Camp and Tops Activities
The U-16's got their first win in the East Down A Championship last Thursday evening when they defeated Castlewellan for the second time this season
CONDOLENCES TO POWELL FAMILY AND QUINN FAMILY both living in Slievenagarragh on recent sad bereavements
CORK cemented their place in the semi-finals of an incredibly competitive Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship with a 0-16 to 0-9 victory over Galway at St Brendan's Park.
Aughlisnafin got back to winning ways, after last weeks reversal against Liatroim, with a comprehensive victory at home to Kilmegan
The draws for the 2016 Ulster club football and hurling championships have been made.
Antrim will face Derry in the 2016 Ulster U21 HC final following an excellent away victory over Down tonight, 2-21 to 1-18.
Derry had 15 points to spare over Armagh in their provincial U21 hurling championship semi-final at Crossmaglen tonight, 3-19 to 1-10.
Kevin McKernan believes the Down County Board have made the right decision in reappointing Eamonn Burns as senior footballer manager.
The GAA could be set to go down the road of paying its elite referees.
After an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, here are the players that make our team of the week...
The Seniors picked up their first ever piece of silver ware after defeating Saul in the final of the Connolly Cup hosted by Ballykinlar GAC last Friday evening.
Pearse Stadium and Kingspan Breffni Park will host next Saturday's All-Ireland SFC Round 4A qualifier ties, while Croke Park will stage a Round 4B double-header on Saturday week.
Both clubs fielded without several of their regular starting fifteen and this made for an interesting contest played out on a warm, but breezy, eveing in Ballykinlar.