New Cork ladies senior football team manager Ephie Fitzgerald has added former county player and Nemo Rangers forward James Masters to his backroom team for the 2016 campaign.
Having enjoyed last week's return to National League action and especially Antrim's profitable win over Carlow, the only negative from a betting point of view was Downs's heavy defeat to Donegal.
Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath has made three changes to his starting 15 for the Allianz FL Division 2 visit of Meath tomorrow.
Previews for this weekend's National Football League Round Two fixtures (Divisions 1-4).
Previews for Round Two of the Lidl Ladies National Football League this Sunday.
Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath has thrown down the gauntlet to his players ahead of the 'must win' game against Meath on Sunday.
Uachtarán CLG Aogán Ó Fearghail today announced the return of Lá na gClubanna to the GAA Calendar in 2016.
The draw has taken place for the 2016 Fermanagh adult club football championships.
All-Ireland Garda Gaelic Football Representative Brian J. Willoughby is presently compiling a book about Garda members, both male and female, who have represented their counties at senior level.
After round one of the Allianz Football Leagues, we pick our team of the week and 13 counties are represented...
Following their 2-14 to 0-14 victory over Kerry in Croke Park on Saturday evening, Dublin are now Evens from 11/10 to retain the Division 1 National Football League title.
Thankfully, both Lee Keegan and Eoin Cadogan are on the mend following their collision in Pairc Ui Rinn yesterday...
"You go into any game looking to put in a performance, to put your best foot forward. Clearly, we were second best today."
Derry scored 1-7 without reply in a devastating 19-minute spell in the second half to put Ulster rivals Fermanagh to the sword at Celtic Park.
Fourteen Round One national football league matches went down for decision this afternoon.
Today is an extremely proud day for all Antrim Gaels, as Rasharkin man, Michael Hasson, became the 35th Ulster GAA President at the Ulster Convention in Owenbeg.
Derry manager Damien Barton has rung the changes ahead of tomorrow's Division 2 encounter against Fermanagh in Celtic Park.
This weekend sees us get down to the nitty gritty of the GAA season, managers can no longer claim to be playing "experimental line-ups" and players can no longer claim to be getting back to fitness.
Previews for this weekend's National Football League fixtures from divisions one through four.
Fermanagh have unveiled their starting fifteen for Sunday's FL Division 2 away trip to Derry.
Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath admits that he has heard all about Derry's free flowing style of football, but he is more concerned with how his charges play when the sides meet in the National League on Sunday.
The Lidl Ladies National Football Leagues get underway this Sunday with a full programme of fixtures across all 4 divisions.