Glancy slams Galway tacticsJames Glancy has accused Galway of systematically fouling Leitrim in Sunday's Connacht SFC quarter-final.
HS football team of the weekThere's nothing like the championship to herald the start of the summer, here's our football team of the week ...
Hanley seeks home comfortsFinian Hanley is hoping home advantage will count for something when Galway welcome Mayo to Pearse Stadium for their Connacht SFC semi-final on June 14.
Shefflin to officially open Kilbeacanty's new pitchHenry Shefflin to officially open Kilbeacanty's new pitch as Ballyhale Shamrocks are set to compete in the 2015 Kilbeacanty Hurling 7s
Walsh wants Galway to be ruthlessKevin Walsh says Galway will need to be more ruthless if they're to derail Mayo's bid for a five-in-a-row of Connacht SFC titles on June 14.
Galway Football Club ChampionshipThe Galway Senior football championship is back under way next weekend and Corofin, the reigning All Ireland Champions
Championship tweets: Donegal get over the lineAs expected, the Ulster SFC meeting of Donegal and Tyrone generated plenty of discussion on Twitter ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I felt probably that while the officials did a good job that Michael was targeted."
Ward not impressed by Galway gamesmanshipLeitrim manager Shane Ward accused Galway of being "very negative" after yesterday's Connacht SFC first round clash in Carrick-on-Shannon.
Connacht SFC: Galway too hot for LeitrimGalway bossed the second half to defeat Leitrim by 1-13 to 0-8 at Carrick-on-Shannon.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerToday saw three games down for decision as the Leinster and Connacht SFC continued, while the Ulster campaign got underway.
Connacht JFC final: Farrell goal proves the differenceAndrew Farrell's 18th minute goal proved all-important as Mayo edged out neighbours Galway at Carrick-on-Shannon to be crowned Connacht junior football champions.
Ladies football: Rebelettes make it three-in-a-rowA late point from Rena Buckley proved to be the difference as Cork edged out Galway in a thrilling Division 1 final replay in Portlaoise this evening.
Preview: Connacht SFC - Leitrim v GalwayGalway manager Kevin Walsh is taking nothing for granted ahead of tomorrow's Connacht SFC quarter-final against Leitrim.
Cork and Galway unchangedCork and Galway have both named unchanged starting XV's for their TESCO NFL Division 1 Final replay tomorrow in O'Moore Park, Portlaoise at 7:30pm.
Check out Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner's Fantasy Gaelic teamsThe official GAA/GPA Fantasy Gaelic game is back for another season; and we have a sneak peak at the selections of Derry's Paddy Bradley and Peader Gardiner from Mayo.
Cunningham allays Canning injury fearsAnthony Cunningham expects Joe Canning to be fit for Galway's Leinster SHC quarter-final against Dublin on May 31.
Video preview: Cork v Galway replay to 'go down to the wire'Cork and Galway played out a thrilling draw in the Tesco Homegrown National League Division One Final at Parnell Park and much of the same is expected in the replay in Portlaoise on Saturday (7.00pm).
Connacht SFC preview: Mayo bidding for a famous fiveGalway manager Kevin Walsh reckons Mayo are "streets ahead" of everyone else in Connacht and, on the basis of what we have witnessed in the last four years, it's impossible to argue against him.
Team news: Galway bring in O'Donoghue and LundyThe Galway team to face Leitrim in Sunday's Connacht SFC quarter-final shows two changes from that which defeated New York in the first round.
Supermac's enhance Galway GAA sponsorshipSupermac's have announced that a new sponsorship package to cover GAA in the county.
Silke not looking beyond LeitrimGalway selector Brian Silke is adamant that they are not looking beyond the Leitrim game.
Video: 'Great advert for the game'See reaction from players and managers to a thrilling draw in the 2015 Tesco Homegrown National League Division One Final between Cork and Galway at Parnell Park on May 9.
"Mayo are streets ahead of everybody else"Galway manager Kevin Walsh is under no illusions as to who are the top dogs in Connacht.
Calling all Cúl Heroes to Croke ParkCúl Heroes is the new official trading card of the GAA/GPA which provides an innovative way of promoting Gaelic games, the players and the unique skills of our national games.
Injuries mount for TribesmenFormer All-Star David Burke has emerged as a major doubt for Galway's Leinster SHC clash against Dublin.
Division 1 Final Reply Deitails ConfirmedThe Ladies Gaelic Football Association have this evening confirmed the details for the TESCO National Football League Division 1 Final Replay.
Updated GAA BettingThe All Ireland football championship gets under way this weekend (sorry New York) with Galway facing Leitrim in the Connacht quarter final.
Mother and son launch the Irish Kidney Association's annual Run for a LifeA mother and son who hold a unique double record for living donor kidney transplantation were at Corkagh Park last week to announce the Irish Kidney Association's annual Run for a Life (www.runforalife.ie).
Play It Your Way with Fantasy Gaelic 2015The official GAA/GPA Fantasy Gaelic game is back for another season; inviting you to join the 2015 GAA championship challenge and play it your way.
GAA tweets: "he will be back stronger than ever"The season ending injury sustained by Waterford ace Pauric Mahony was the talk of twitter over the weekend ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's a terrible blow for Pauric himself. He's our talisman."
Video: highlights from all three Tesco ladies NFL finalsSee all of the best bits from all three Tesco NFL Finals in Parnell Park on Saturday May 9.
Ladies FL1 final: replay required between Cork and GalwayCork and Galway must meet again to decide who gets their hands on Tesco Ladies NFL Division 1 silverware after they played out an entertaining draw in Parnell Park today.
Hurling rankings: Chasing group closing in on the Cats?We update our hurling rankings ahead of a busy summer.
Previews: ladies national league finalsIt is set to be a cracking weekend of ladies football action with three national league finals on Saturday.
Cooney set for spell on sidelineGalway forward Conor Cooney could miss the entire campaign after he suffered a recurrence of a foot injury.
Video: Ladies Football finalists tested on their sporting knowledgeHow many Leagues have Galway won? Who was the Cork captain in 2010? Who won the Armagh-Donegal Final in 2005?
Comer happy to get job doneGalway forward Damien Comer admits there was a nervousness in their play against New York.
Farmleigh hosts launch of Leinster championshipsThe 2015 Leinster GAA Championships were launched today.
Chinese reality TV stars take up hurlingStars of a Chinese television show with 500 million viewers are in Ireland learning how to hurl.
Walsh looks to LeitrimWith the New York hurdle safely negotiated, Galway football manager Kevin Walsh says it's now time to focus on Leitrim.
Connacht SFC: Galway easily clear first hurdleShane Walsh and Damien Comer struck second half goals as Galway cantered to a 16-point victory over New York in the opening game of this year's football championship at Gaelic Park.
Race for Liam and Sam gets underwayIt may not feel like it - we won't hear the iconic Sunday Game jingle for another fortnight - but the 2015 hurling and football championships commence today.
Meehan: Galway third favourites for ConnachtMichael Meehan reckons Galway are third favourites behind Mayo and Roscommon for Connacht SFC honours this year.
Preview: Connacht SFC: New York v Galway"Look, I'm not going to make any great predictions, but I would say we're quietly confident going into Sunday that we can turn the tide and win a Connacht championship match in New York for the first time."
Conroy 'delighted' to retain captaincyPaul Conroy is looking forward to leading Galway out in Sunday's Connacht SFC opener against New York at Gaelic Park.
Walsh takes cautious approachGalway manager Kevin Walsh is certainly not getting carried by the fact that his charges are red hot favourites to see off New York in the Connacht SFC.
Football rankings: Sky blues breathing down Kerry's neckThe league is over so it's the perfect time to update our football rankings.
Team news: New York line-up to face GalwayManager Ian Galvin has revealed his New York team to take on Galway in the opening round of the Connacht SFC at Gaelic Park on Sunday (8pm Irish time (3pm New York time)).