Player of the Month awards for Andrews and ReidPaddy Andrews of Dublin and Kilkenny's TJ Reid have been named as the Opel GAA/GPA Players of the Month for September in football and hurling respectively.
Ladies: 2015 TG4 All Star Award nominees announcedCork and Dublin are both well represented in the 45 player short list with champions Cork receiving 11 All Star nominations whilst Dublin have 10 players nominated.
The provincial championships have had their day...Former Munster Council chairman Sean Fogarty says it's time to get rid of the SFC provincial championships.
Head injury "not a badge of honour" - O'CarrollRory O'Carroll has called for a change in attitudes towards head injuries.
"Ger was a huge player for Dublin over the years"Michael Darragh MacAuley has paid tribute to his former Dublin team-mate Ger Brennan.
Dubs had "huge advantage" - O'KeeffeKerry legend Ger O'Keeffe says Dublin enjoyed "a huge advantage" going into this year's All-Ireland final against the Kingdom.
Gavin pays tribute to retiring GerDublin manager Jim Gavin has been leading the tributes to Ger Brennan after the St. Vincent's man announced his inter-county retirement this morning.
"I have fulfilled my boyhood dreams", says retiring BrennanGer Brennan has officially announced his retirement from inter-county football.
GAA tweets of the weekAfter the highs of the inter-county season, club action is taking centre stage across the country...
Dublin LGFA Weekly NotesOur Junior club county champions Skerries Harps commence their Leinster club championship campaign this weekend with an away fixture versus Geraldines of Louth on Saturday at 2pm.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Galway didn't deliver when the pressure came on. Blaming the manager is a pathetic cop-out."
Brennan to call it a dayGer Brennan is set to announce his inter-county retirement.
Dublin stars bring Sam to brothers' gravesideMichael Darragh Macauley and Bernard Brogan took the Sam Maguire to the resting place of the tragic Harris brothers yesterday.
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.
Bohan to coach Clare footballersClare have secured the services of the highly-rated Mick Bohan as their new football coach.
Dublin SFC: Mossy fires Vins into last eightSt Vincent's bid for a Dublin SFC three-in-a-row remains on course after they negotiated the considerable challenge of Ballymun Kickhams in this evening's second round clash at Parnell Park.
"We're all good friends so there'll be no bad blood or anything like that"Dublin ace James McCarthy is hoping to secure the bragging rights over his county team-mates Diarmuid Connolly and Ger Brennan in this evening's Dublin SFC clash at Parnell Park.
Dublin SFC: Brogan brothers point the way for PlunkettsSt Oliver Plunketts ER and Ballyboden St Enda's are safely through to the last eight of the Dublin SFC after getting the better of Raheny and Kilmacud Crokes respectively in a Parnell Park double-header last night.
Dublin stars support football changesBernard Brogan and Kevin McManamon have backed the GPA's proposals to revamp the football championship.
McManamon "back in the bunker"Kevin McManamon has decided to park the celebrations as he gets ready to return to club action this weekend.
Hurling All Stars: 12 nominations each for Cats and TribeThe GAA, GPA and Opel have confirmed the nominations for the 2015 All-Star hurling awards with recent All-Ireland finalists Kilkenny and Galway leading the haul with 12 each.
Philly: no hard feelings between me and 'Gooch'Philly McMahon insists there is no bad blood between him and Colm Cooper.
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...
Dublin stars return to club actionMany of Dublin's All-Ireland football champions will be back in action for their clubs over the coming days.
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.
Gillick reveals frustration at lack of club actionIrish athletics hero David Gillick is one of countless club footballers in Dublin who have been left frustrated by a lack of games caused by the Dubs' All-Ireland success.
Dubs to appeal McMahon banDublin are set to appeal a proposed one-match ban for Philly McMahon arising from an incident with Kerry captain Kieran Donaghy towards the end of the All-Ireland final.
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.
Player of the month nominees announcedDublin and Kilkenny dominate the nominees for the September GAA/GPA All-Star Player of the Month awards.
Leinster U21 and minor championship draws for 2016The draws for the 2016 Leinster U21, minor and intermediate championships in football and hurling took place tonight.
Hurling rankings: Kilkenny are Top CatsKilkenny continue to rule the hurling landscape...
Camogie: Cork and Galway dominate All-Stars nominationsAll-Ireland champions Cork and finalists Galway dominate the 2015 Camogie All-Stars shortlist. The final team will be announced at the All-Stars banquet, sponsored by Liberty Insurance at Citywest Hotel on November 7th.
Dublin GAA clubhouse hit in €12k raidGardai have launched an investigation after thousands of euros were stolen from a well-known Dublin GAA club at the weekend.
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.
HS Ladies Football team of the weekHere's the players that stood out for us in yesterday's TG4 All-Ireland Ladies football final triple header at Croke Park...
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.
Dublin SHC: champions crash outKilmacud Crokes' reign as Dublin senior hurling champions is over after they suffered a 0-20 to 0-22 extra-time defeat to St. Jude's at O'Toole Park on Saturday.
Rebelettes remain a thorn in McGonigle's sideGregory McGonigle must be sick of the sight of the Cork jersey!
Sunday Game panel changed their mind on Man of the MatchPhilly McMahon's controversial clash with Kieran Donaghy may have cost him the Sunday Game RTE All-Ireland final Man of the Match award.
Video: Fantastic Day at TG4 All Ireland FinalsSee a unique LGFA montage of all the best bits from the 2015 TG4 All Ireland Finals in a sun-splashed Croke Park.
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."
Ladies SFC final: Five-in-a-row for RebelsCork are TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football champions for the tenth time in eleven seasons.
Ladies finals smash European attendance recordToday's All-Ireland ladies football finals have attracted the biggest attendance of any women's sporting event in Europe this year.
O'Sullivan staying groundedCian O'Sullivan says he and his Dublin team mates will have to endeavour more than ever if they are to win more All-Ireland titles.
Rowe not out for second placeDublin's Carla Rowe says she doesn't want to endure the same pain Kerry's footballers experienced last Sunday.
Curran tips Dubs to keep winningPaul Curran expects Dublin to win at least one more All-Ireland SFC title before the end of the decade.
Year makes a huge difference for CooperOne year has made a world of difference for Dublin's Jonny Cooper.

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