Goan always believedEnniskillen Gaels manager Shane Goan has stressed that he always believed that the club had what it takes to win a championship.
GAA tweets of the weekThe Cormac McAnallen Cup is staying in Ireland following Saturday's thrilling victory over the Australians...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I'm very proud but I was definitely worried the last quarter there."
IRS: Irish survive Aussie scareIreland weathered a second half Australian storm to reclaim the Cormac McAnallen Cup at Croke Park this evening.
As it happened: International Rules Match Tracker"We're all on the same team now" - reflect on Ireland's four point victory over Australia in this evening's International Rules test at Croke Park.
Two points please BradleyRoslea manager Sean Bradley admits that last weekend's SFL win over Erne Gaels was all about the win and not the performance.
Ulster GAA supporting Anti-Bullying WeekUlster GAA and our County Committees, in conjunction with The Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF) and the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), and are calling on all units of the Association to take part in Anti-Bullying Week between 16-22 November 2015.
Ulster GAA invest in Irish Language studyUlster GAA have continued their commitment to the promotion of Irish Culture and Language by investing £10,000 for scholarships to the Ulster University Irish Language Diploma for 27 GAA Club Volunteers for the incoming academic year.
Promotion not beyond Fermanagh, says McGrathFermanagh boss Pete McGrath feels that his team are fully capable of securing league promotion to Division One next season.
RTÉ2 to screen IRS liveMichael Lyster will present live coverage from Croke Park this Saturday of both the Hurling/Shinty between Ireland and Scotland plus the International Rules Test between Ireland and Australia on RTÉ2.
New handpass rule to be put under the microscopeThe GAA is set to trial a new ruling that will limit the number of consecutive handpasses a team can make before a player is forced to kick pass.
League 2016: full fixture list revealedA repeat of this year's All-Ireland final between Dublin and Kerry will start the 2016 Allianz leagues after the full fixture details were released today.
Intermediate and junior club championships hotting upIt's getting near the business end of the All-Ireland intermediate and junior club championships in both football and hurling.
GAA tweets of the weekWe're approaching the business end of the provincial club championships...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"They are seasoned and they have a bit of hurt on their side."
Final places up for grabs in three provincesBarring draws and possible postponements due to the inclement weather, the line-up for this year's Munster club football and hurling finals, Leinster club hurling final and Ulster club football final should be known by four o'clock this afternoon.
Hurling Gold 2 DVD launchedThe IFI Irish Film Archive launched GAA Hurling Gold 2: All Ireland Hurling Final Highlights 1960 - 1968 DVD at Croke Park today with a gathering of former hurling greats celebrating a decade of superb action on the pitch.
Henry keen to push onSt Joseph's manager Mark Henry has urged his players to push on following their SFL Division 1 win over Devenish.
Nine All-Stars feature on strong Irish panelIreland manager Joe Kernan has announced an impressive line-up of newly crowned football All-Star award winners for duty in the upcoming International Rules test against Australia.
Duffy: clubs have the powerGAA Director General Páraic Duffy says the clubs will ultimately decide if there are to be changes to the annual fixtures calendar.
McGrath hopes Erne veterans will soldier onFermanagh boss Pete McGrath says he's hoping to hold on to his more seasoned campaigners for 2016.
Two-tier hurling championship introduced in UlsterThe Ulster SHC is undergoing a major revamp next season, with the introduction of a two-tier format.
GAA tweets of the weekThe great and the good of gaelic games turned out in force for the 2015 All-Star awards on Friday night...
Goan laments over defeatIrvinestown player-manager Shane Goan admits they were bitterly disappointed to lose their Ulster club IFC quarterfinal.
McGrath to take charge of Ulster's finestPete McGrath and Kevin Ryan have been named as the managers of the Ulster football and hurling teams respectively for the upcoming Inter-Provincial Championships.
Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher Champions 15The GAA has confirmed the Champions 15 award winners for the 2015 Ring, Rackard and Meagher hurling championships.
GAA Discussion Paper: Duffy aims axe at U21FCParaic Duffy has recommended discontinuing the U21 football championship in a bid to end player burnout.
Fermanagh Fixtures UpdateFixtures for upcoming weekend
Odds: Corofin now 7/4 to retain Andy Merrigan CupReigning All Ireland Club SFC champions Corofin have hardened into 7/4 from 5/2 to retain the Andy Merrigan Cup after three time champions St Vincent's were dethroned in the Dublin SFC Final yesterday.
GAA tweets of the weekSam Maguire and the Dublin footballers visit the Big Apple ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"At this point, I am not interested in commenting on the inaccuracies in the book while involved with the Donegal senior team."
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was another bumper afternoon in the club calendar with seven provincial quarter-finals and two county finals taking place.
Irvinestown bid for semi-final berthIrvinestown are hoping to make an impact in this year's Ulster club IFC starting with this weekend's clash against Antrim champions Glenavy.
Ulster GAA retains Investing in Volunteers AwardUlster GAA has successfully retained the prestigious Investing in Volunteers Standard, which highlights the Association's commitment to volunteering practices and policies.
Ulster club fixturesThe quarter-finals of the Ulster club senior, intermediate and junior football championships take place on Sunday, 1 November.