Padraig Pearses club notesPádraig Pearses G.A.A. Club's AGM was held last Sunday evening in Ballymacward Hall
GAA tweets of the weekIt was a weekend to remember for Crossmaglen, Oulart-The Ballagh and Clonmel Commercials...
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"Best day of my life so far anyway! The feeling is just unbelievable."
McGrath: Time to give Galway's youth a chanceCorofin star Ciaran McGrath reckons that Galway need to put more faith in their younger players if they are to start competing for silverware again.
Dublin and Galway hit with €5k finesDublin and Galway's county board have both been issued €5,000 fines as a result of the melee which marred last Sunday's Fenway Classic in Boston, the Irish Independent reports.
Third time unlucky for Ó GriofaPeadar Óg Ó Griofa is expected to miss most - if not all - of the Galway footballers' 2016 campaign after rupturing his cruciate knee ligament for a third time.
Fenway Classic defendedGPA chief executive Dessie Farrell has defended last Sunday's Fenway Hurling Classic in Boston.
Farrell defends GPA's role in Galway/Mayo disputesDessie Farrell has strongly refuted suggestions that the GPA was involved in the recent players' management heaves in Galway and Mayo.
Sarsfields win earns player's father €1,000Veteran Sarsfields' forward Kerril Wade has revealed that his father put his money where his mouth was at the start of the championship.
Campbell to manage Connacht hurlersIn a break with tradition, Roscommon manager Justin Campbell will take charge of Connacht in the upcoming Inter-provincial hurling series.
Red Sox owner becomes hurling's latest fanThe owner of the Boston Red Sox and Liverpool FC has branded hurling "a fantastic game".
Rochford's appointment expected early next weekMayo are expected to appoint Stephen Rochford as their new senior footballer manager early next week.
Double blow for TribesmenGalway football manager Kevin Walsh has been dealt a blow with the news that he could have to plan without two of his regulars next season.
Galway clubs given Monday night deadlineGalway's clubs will have until Monday night to put forward their nominations for the county's new senior hurling manager.
CCCC to review Boston incidentPlayers involved in the melee which broke out during last Sunday's Fenway Hurling Classic in Boston could yet face disciplinary charges.
Cooney "over the moon"Joseph Cooney was thrilled to lead Sarsfields to their first Galway SHC in 18 years.
"These things don't come cheap and they send two panels to the States?"Laois manager Seamus Plunkett can't see how the Fenway Classic is doing anything to promote hurling.
Rows "a reality of contact sport" - GPAGPA spokesman Sean Potts doesn't expect any players to be sanctioned following the Fenway Hurling Classic brawl.
Dunphy likens hurlers to cage fightersEamon Dunphy says the Dublin and Galway hurlers who got involved in a mass brawl in Boston would be better advised to take up cage fighting.
Dubs to feature strongly in Setanta's live league scheduleSetanta Sports will broadcast all bar one of Dublin's seven Allianz Football League Division 1 games lives next year, starting with a repeat of the All-Ireland final against Kerry at Croke Park on January 30.
Joyce's final game ends in defeatPadraic Joyce played his last game for Killererin yesterday.
Kilbeacanty GAA Monster AuctionKilbeacanty GAA Monster Auction this Sunday 29th November
Murray glad he stuck aroundSarsfields player-manager Cathal Murray's 20-year wait for a second Galway SHC medal finally ended yesterday.
"We need to do that again"Boston Red Sox president Sam Kennedy gave a ringing endorsement to yesterday's Fenway Hurling Classic.
GAA tweets of the weekThe Cormac McAnallen Cup is staying in Ireland following Saturday's thrilling victory over the Australians...
Boston brawl was 'handbags'The brawl which overshadowed yesterday's Fenway Hurling Classic in Boston has been played down by both Galway and Dublin.
Odds: Na Piarsaigh now 11/10 from 9/4 to win All-IrelandFollowing their seven point win over Ballygunner in the Munster Club SHC Final on Sunday, Limerick side Na Piarsaigh are now 11/10 from 9/4 to claim their first All-Ireland Club SHC title.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"I'm very proud but I was definitely worried the last quarter there."
Rochford's thoughts turn to Mayo jobStephen Rochford expects to talk to Mayo officials soon about becoming the county's new football manager.
Connacht club SFC final: Castlebar shock championsBarry Moran was magnificent as Castlebar Mitchels regained the Connacht club football title with a stunning victory over provincial and All-Ireland champions Corofin at Tuam Stadium.
Mass brawl mars Fenway Hurling ClassicWhat was meant to be an exhibition match between Galway and Dublin descended into a mass brawl in this evening's inaugural Fenway Classic in Boston.
Galway SHC final replay: Sars in seventh heavenThe bonfires will be blazing in New Inn and Bullaun tonight after Sarsfields withstood a late Craughwell rally to lift the Tom Callanan Cup for the first time since 1997 at Pearse Stadium.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerIt was six of the best today with two provincial finals, two Leinster semi-finals and a couple of county final replays taking place.
Provincial and county titles up for grabsIt's another busy Sunday on the club front with provincial and county titles on the line.
Rochford won't neglect his Corofin dutiesStephen Rochford has reassured Corofin that he will remain in charge as long as they're involved in the club championship.
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.
Galway players break silence on Cunningham issueGalway's senior hurlers have released a letter explaining their unhappiness with former manager Anthony Cunningham.
Galway players 'incredibly brave', says ParkinsonFormer Laois footballer and Newstalk radio presenter Colm Parkinson has lauded Galway's hurlers and the footballers of Mayo for not going with "the easy option".
Previews: All-Ireland ladies club semi-finals this SundaySix Ladies All Ireland Club Football Semi Finals take place this Sunday at Junior, Intermediate and Senior levels and there are some potentially brilliant matches ahead.
Manager-less Galway hurlers depart for BostonThe Galway hurlers jetted out from Shannon Airport this morning for Sunday's AIG Fenway Classic against Dublin in Boston.
O'Shea rules out Galway roleEamon O'Shea has dismissed speculation linking him with a return to the inter-county fold with Galway.
Sam and Liam 2015 DVDs now outExperience the highlights and drama of the 2015 GAA football and hurling championships in these action packed Official GAA DVDs.
Galway role for O'Shea?The involvement of Eamon O'Shea in his prospective backroom team is set to boost Michael Donoghue's chances of becoming the next Galway hurling manager.
Fitzgerald as hungry as everCorofin defender Kieran Fitzgerald has laughed off the notion that he doesn't have the same hunger these days.
The GAAmbler: Aussies to make their mark againA mixed bag with our selections last week, as we managed to get our NAP up as both Scotstown (4/9) and Loughinisland (8/13) prevailed.
Hastings Cup cut to eight teamsThe number of teams competing in next year's Hastings Cup U21 football competition is set to be halved.
Joyce to hang up his bootsGalway football legend Pádraic Joyce will play his final game for his beloved Killererin this weekend.
Keating blasts Galway board and playersBabs Keating has had his say on the fall out between the Galway players and manager Anthony Cunningham which led to the latter's resignation on Monday.
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.