Collins is "touch and go"A hamstring injury is threatening Galway defender David Collins' participation in Sunday's Leinster SHC final against Kilkenny.
Galway announce intermediate hurling teamGalway have named their side to face Kilkenny in tomorrow's Leinster IHC semi-final.
Conroy: time for Tribe to stand up and be countedGalway football captain Paul Conroy says the Qualifier against Armagh would be an ideal time for the Tribesmen to make a statement.
Hurling Feile success for Ballygar Under 14'sBallygar Under 14 Hurlers had a fantastic Feile na nGael weekend, capturing the All-Ireland Hurling Regional Feile title, defeating Shinrone (Offaly) on scoreline of Ballygar 2-8 to 0-3 Shinrone
HS football team of the weekAfter an action-packed weekend of gaelic football, Dublin have five players on our team of the week while Donegal and Westmeath have three each.
Championship tweets: Come back of all come backs!!!!Westmeath are in dreamland following yesterday's historic championship victory over neighbours Meath ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It's a miracle for the lads there."
Round 2B Football Qualifier drawThis morning's Round 2B Football Qualifier draw on RTE Radio 1 turned up some interesting games.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerThe Leinster SFC semi-finals were the main attraction in today's games.
Galway forfeit All-Ireland final placeGalway have been denied the chance to play in the All-Ireland U14 girls football final after they were deemed to have fielded an unregistered player in their semi-final win over Cavan.
As It Happened: Saturday Match TrackerToday we had the latest edition of our live text commentary.
Flynn fit for Leinster finalJason Flynn has declared himself fit for Galway's Leinster SHC final showdown against Kilkenny on Sunday, July 5.
Round 2B Football Qualifier draw on Monday morningThe Round 2B Football Qualifier draw will take place next Monday morning, June 29th on RTÉ Radio after the 8.30am news.
Joyce turns back the clockFormer Galway footballer Padraig Joyce may be getting a call from Kevin Walsh this week.
Annual Festival of hurling in honour of Niall McInerney350 hurlers will descend on Galway next weekend for the Annual Niall McInerney Connacht GAA academy day at under 16, 17 and minor level. Initially the event was at Under 16 level but in the last number of years the event has expanded.
Larkin impressed by serious TribesmenEoin Larkin says Kilkenny's Leinster hurling final opponents, Galway, are "a serious team".
Galway club football updateThe draw for the third round of the County Senior and Intermediate Football Championships took place on Sunday night
Tuam Stars Golf AMOur annual Golf AM-AM takes place on this Friday and Saturday June 26th and 27th at Tuam Golf Club.
Cunningham had expected tougher testAnthony Cunningham was surprised at the ease with which Galway defeated Laois on Saturday.
HS hurling team of the weekWe saw probably the two best teams in the country in action on Sunday while Galway's continued improvement and demolition of Laois marks the Tribesmen down as serious challengers.
Championship tweets: 'Sea sessions taking my mind off that dirt in O'Moore Park'It was a hectic couple of days of GAA action and it caused plenty of debate on twitter...
Blog: does hurling need another tier?After three woefully one-sided provincial semi-finals this weekend, the question has to be asked: does hurling need another tier?
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt's the third Sunday in June and the action was coming thick and fast at this stage.
Leinster SHC: reality bites for Laois as Tribesmen progressGalway are through to the 2015 Leinster hurling final after this resounding 3-28 to 1-14 victory at Tullamore.
As it Happened: Saturday Match TrackerWe had no fewer than seven games to bring you today from across the country.
Camogie: Winning starts for Galway, Limerick and KilkennyLeague champions Galway were the big winners as the Liberty Insurance senior camogie championship got under way with two games in the ultra-competitive Group 1 and one tie from Group 2.
Preview: Leinster SHC - Galway v LaoisGalway and Laois clash for the third year in-a-row in the Leinster SHC later today with a place in the Bob O'Keeffe decider on Sunday, July 5th up for grabs.
GAA to hold a moment's silence at all games after Berkeley deathsThe GAA has announced that a moment's silence will be held at all inter-county championship fixtures this weekend in memory of those who lost their lives in the tragic accident in Berkeley earlier this week.
Regan: Canning was booked for 'sledging'Daithi Regan has claimed that Joe Canning was booked during Galway's recent Leinster SHC quarter-final replay against Dublin for 'sledging'.
Football and hurling double header on Sky SportsSky Sports will broadcast its first GAA double-header of 2015 this Saturday.
JJ and the Rock: predictions for the weekend's big hurling gamesThere are three more provincial final places up for grabs this weekend, and both Diarmuid O'Sullivan and JJ Delaney are predicting that Galway and Kilkenny will claim two of them. However, they have differing views on who will join Waterford in the Munster decider.
Football and Hurling Qualifier draws on Monday morningThe Round 2A football and Round 1 hurling Qualifier draws will take place next Monday morning.
Cunningham: Laois not getting the creditGalway manager Anthony Cunningham believes that Laois' improvement is continuing on an upward curve.
Walsh finds positivesGalway manager Kevin Walsh is confident that his side are making progress.
Team news: 'Cheddar' shakes up Laois attackThere are two changes to the Laois team for tomorrow's Leinster SHC semi-final versus Galway at O'Connor Park, Tullamore.
Team news: Flynn out with broken fingerJason Flynn is out of Galway's Leinster SHC semi-final against Laois at O'Connor Park, Tullamore tomorrow after suffering a broken finger in training this week.
Flynn comfortable with free-taking dutyGalway manager Anthony Cunningham is expected to, once again, trust Jason Flynn with the free-taking duties for Saturday's Leinster SHC semi-final against Laois.
Hurling moments: 14-man Faithful force draw with TribesmenThis week back in 2010, Galway and Offaly played out a pulsating Leinster SHC draw at GAA headquarters.
Champions Cork to begin title defence against GalwayOur Game Your Game campaign returns for championship season
HS football team of the weekFollowing their impressive dismantling of Armagh in the Athletic Grounds, Donegal have four players on our football team of the week while Mayo, Kerry, Cork, Kildare, Westmeath, Meath, Galway, Wexford and Wicklow are also represented.
Video: "That heart attack was nothing to do with me!"If Sunday Game anchor Michael Lyster has his way, he could be back on our TV screens as early as next week.
Walsh calls for clock-hooterKevin Walsh has called for the introduction of the clock-hooter system.
Championship tweets: 'Ref is slightly screwing Tipp here'With seven championship games down for decision, there was plenty of gaelic football debate on Twitter over the course of the weekend ...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"All I'll say is that the GAA have got some brilliant referees."
Connacht SFC: Mayo survive Galway challengeMayo are through to yet another Connacht final after posting a 1-15 to 2-8 victory over Galway at Salthill.
As it Happened: Sunday Match TrackerWe brought you a busy afternoon of action as there was no fewer than six games down for decision.
Lyster: my wife saved my lifeMichael Lyster has revealed how he was given the kiss of life by his wife Anne when he collapsed at his home last Friday week.
Preview: Connacht SFC - Galway v MayoCan Kevin Walsh and Galway throw a spanner in the works of Mayo's bid for a fifth Nestor Cup triumph in-a-row?
"A bad day for Galway when Leitrim manager says we are playing negative football"All-Ireland winning Galway midfielder Seán Ó Domhnaill doesn't give the Tribesmen much of a chance against Mayo tomorrow - but hopes he's proven wrong.
Team news: Breathnach and Flynn back for TribesmenManus Breathnach and Tomas Flynn return to the Galway team for Sunday's Connacht SFC semi-final versus Mayo as manager Kevin Walsh makes three changes.