Fixtures for upcoming week
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The Ladies football finals took centre stage over the weekend and Cork's win over Dublin was shrouded in controversy...
"Obviously, ladies football have to answer the question - to Dublin and our players and their families who have sacrificed as much as the girls have - why do we not have Hawk-Eye?"
The Fermanagh county board are on the look out for a new minor football manager following Keith Reilly's decision to step down from the position.
Here are the fixtures for the Ulster club football and hurling championships which commence on October 16.
Keith Reilly has stepped down after two seasons in charge of the Fermanagh minor footballers.
The draws for the 2017 Ulster U21 football and hurling championships were made yesterday evening.
Fixtures for upcoming weekend
Here's our team of the week from a drama-packed All-Ireland final...
There was no shortage of talking points from an All-Ireland SFC final that was low in quality but high in entertainment...
"There is plenty of character in the group and I expect the boys to get their heads down."
All-Ireland champions Tipperary will open their 2017 national hurling league account in the capital.
All-Ireland finalists Dublin and Mayo will take on Cavan and Monaghan respectively in the first round of the 2017 national football league.
Erne Gaels are through to their first Fermanagh SFC final in 35 years after powering to a 2-13 to 0-9 victory over former kingpins Roslea at Brewster Park yesterday.
Roslea manager Brian Gormley may be in his first year in the position, but he knows all about the rivalry between his charges and Erne Gaels.
Peter Harte was named as Player of the Year at the Irish News Ulster All-Stars awards ceremony at the Armagh City Hotel last night.
As GAA chiefs put the finishing touches on a fresh TV rights deal with interested parties, Association President Aogán Ó Fearghaíl has insisted that "there is no automatic right for everybody to see every game."
We have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland football finals on Sunday 18 September.
Attendances at this year's Ulster SFC were up, thanks mainly to the two drawn semi-finals.